UBET soon to launch World Cup sports betting tournament

Participation is free, and all players have to do is signup, analyze the games, and place their bets.

The UBET Sports World Cup Betting Tournament launches on November 20 and will run throughout the entire FIFA World Cup.

The prize pool is $2,000 USDT and will be split among three players.

The UBET Sports dApp is set to become a “super dApp” for wagering on sports events, and the FIFA World Cup is sure to attract a lot of attention.

UBET is a classic Web3 decentralized sportsbook and offers a platform that enables sports fans to trade predictions using USDC, and UBET Sports is its dApp product that will provide the infrastructure for the FIFA sports betting tournament.

UBET Sports offers participants the ability to place wagers on sports, stake in UBET’s liquidity pool, and even earn interest on their investments.

The launch of the UBET Sports World Cup Betting Tournament comes with a prize pool of $2,000 USDT, and it takes only two steps to participate: analyze the games and make predictions and use UBCKS tokens to wager on your chosen events. The top three players in the tournament will split the prize.

The UBCKS tokens and their transactions in the testnet don’t carry any real value – all that is required is that the player uploads a screenshot of their winning bet to UBET’s Discord, because that’s how the leaderboard is created. The sign-up is $0, and all it takes is just a keen eye on sports and a dose of luck.

The company’s aim is to use UBET Sports and the UBET Sports World Cup Betting Tournament as the starting point for a complete “decentralized sports betting ecosystem” in the future, and the FIFA World Cup 2022 is a great opportunity to attract attention from soccer and sports fans.

If you’re a fan of more classic bets when staking your own funds, you might be interested in what WORLD CUP DOGE has to offer for the FIFA World Cup 22.

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Written by Kyamil Nasuf


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