Only a few short days ago we reported on how professional sports simulations are the hottest gambling trend in America today and now it seems as if offshore operators have started to treat them as if they’re real. A few traditional promotions tweaked slightly for eSports are arriving, designed to attract eyeballs since everyone in America is locked down and starving for something to place action on.
The long parade of virtual events has continued and apparently it’s time to honor Super Bowl I at universally-admired MyBookie Sportsbook for U.S. players, as they’re putting Missouri’s favorite team back into The Big Game. Their high-energy marketers are referring to this as a “celebration” of the classic, which is leading to wild speculation in chats during other NFL SIMs as to whether or not Head Oddsmaker, David Strauss will be dropping any extra surprises throughout the festivities.
Strauss has rebooted the popular MyBookie Turkey Day NFL Free Play and is ensuring everyone who wagers is a winner. It’s a straightforward free bet like any other seen before: simply get down on the Green Bay Packers @ Kansas City Chiefs full game spread this Saturday and if successful, winnings are awarded as per usual. However, a loss triggers a rebate of amount staked within an hour, making this a win/win result for all involved.
There are only a few standard rules such as no buying points, parlays or teasers don’t qualify, nor do first half, second half or quarters. Also, only the first bet made is eligible for refund so choose amounts carefully before confirming. The maximum return is only $20 but it’s a great way to try out eSports for free, with all returned funds having a minuscule 1x rollover requirement before withdrawing.
Virtual kickoff is at 4:00pm EST on April 25th, so anyone wanting to see the current NFL SIMs schedule at MyBookie should go check out listings now. Every day leading up to Saturday is stacked with tons of games from morning until late at night, guaranteeing nonstop grid iron thrills until real leagues return from hiatus.