WINk announces sports mining boost promotion

WINk released its sports platform on August 26 2019 and the company is already looking for opportunities to scale its player base. While the combo event will focus on regular sports, WINk features esports events, such as CS:GO.  Players wagers are paid in TRON (TRX).

As to the specific promotion, WINk has made it very simple for players to participate. A customer needs to select their favorite game and then proceed to choosing a Combo on their bet slip. One this is done, you need to just wait and see if you have won your selection for a substantial Combo and Mining boost.

To participate, there are some specific criteria that you must meet. Your selection must be greater or equal to 1.3 in terms of odds. Bets that will qualify for the promotion can be placed between September 17 through September 19.

Your bet slip must contain at least 3 matches selected and bet on in order for the bonus to be activated. Based on your selection, you can have a minimum Multiplier and Mining Bonus of 1.03 for 3 bets all the way up to a Multiplier of 2 and Mining Bonus of 3 for 20 selections or more.

It’s important to note that the cash out function will not be available during the event so as to guarantee the fairness of the contest.

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Written by Roman


Roman is a big crypto enthusiast and a bigger sports fan, so crypto sports betting comes as a major interest for him. Has been involved with the gambling industry since 2017 and sees crypto as a major breakthrough for the payments side, specially beyond first world countries.

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