The UBET Sports World Cup Betting Tournament to Launch Next Week
NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via InvestorWire – UBET is thrilled to announce that the UBET Sports World Cup Betting Tournament will begin on November 20 and run throughout the FIFA World Cup, with a total prize pool of $2,000 USDT to be won. The best part is that there is zero risk involved, so you can participate freely.
The Company wants UBET Sports to be a super DApp for all participants, where you can wager on sporting events with the best odds, stake on our liquidity pool, and earn interest.
The launch of the UBET Sports World Cup Betting Tournament is the first step in laying the groundwork for a future decentralized sports betting ecosystem on the blockchain where liquidity providers are protected against the risk of impermanent loss and punters can enjoy boosted odds on a transparent platform with high transaction throughputs, low fees, and instant payouts thanks to our unique Automated Market Maker (AMM).
By launching the UBET Sports Betting Tournament, UBET is giving the UBettors community a first-hand experience with the UBET platform, where they can place bets to compete for cash prizes. Visit https://testnet.ubet.exchange/ to register and take part in the contest.
How do I win?
Here is a simple step-by-step guide that will guide your registration.
Remember, UBET’s mission is to transform unfair sports gambling into fair sports trading! "It is a journey, and we begin it now."
UBET is a decentralized peer-to-peer sports prediction market. We eliminate the house and risk aversion that exists within existing sports prediction market products. Our unique system and architecture will allow all sports fans to trade their predictions, when they want, at market-implied odds without friction. For more information, visit ubetsports.io
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