The Stars Group unveils World Cup £100 Million Challenge

The Stars Group, through its flagship PokerStars, BetStars and PokerStars Casino brands, has announced the biggest prize in online sports betting with the launch of the Stars £100 Million Challenge.

The competition puts punters 64 correct selections away from winning a life-changing prize of £100 million during this summer’s much anticipated World Cup.

Straightforward and free to enter, this contest is open to adults in the U.K, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland, who must correctly select all 64 results (simply as a win, lose or draw prediction) from this summer’s spectacular football tournament.

If all are correctly selected, the winner will take home the lump-sum £100 million bounty, if more than one person wins, the prize will be shared equally.

Each eligible player has one free entry. However, players can gain additional entries by completing challenges at the PokerStars, BetStars and PokerStars Casino gaming sites, where millions of Stars customers play for winning moments.

In addition to this historic top prize, every entrant whether on web, mobile or desktop – will be entered onto the Leaderboard Challenge where there are 1,000 prizes up for grabs. With points awarded for correct predictions.

The Leaderboard Challenge allows entrants to track their progress against friends, relatives and neighbours, with the top 1,000 entrants awarded a selection of prizes from $10,000 in cash and a $30,000 PokerStars Players No-Limit Hold’em Championship(PSPC), Platinum Pass to PokerStars Spin & Go tickets, BetStars free bets and PokerStars Casino bonus spins.

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