Super 6 Offers A Guaranteed £1Million Prize
Added On 24th July 2017
The new football season is only a couple of week's away but to be fair it doesn't feel like it ever went a way. The usual merry-go-round of managers and insane big money transfers has helped keep football in the news. Mind you it's not only the top clubs who are splashing out the cash - Sky's Super 6 game has also gone money mad.
Super 6 is the free football score prediction game that you can play weekly at Sky Bet. Once registered, all you have to do is predict the results and scores of six selected games. You earn points for a correct result and extra points for the correct score. If you match all 6 scorelines then you win the jackpot.
Now usually that jackpot is set at £250,000 although occasionally there'll be a special £1million game. However, to kick off the new season, Sky Bet are putting up a £1million prize - and it will stay available until it's won. In theory you could be playing for the chance to be a millionaire during the whole of the 2017/18 season.
Remember that to win the million, a player needs to match all six scorelines. If no-one gets all six scores then the jackpot isn't paid out. However the player with the highest points total of the week will win a consolation £5000 prize. That's not too bad for a couple of minutes of score predictions!
The first Super 6 game of the season will kick off on the 5th August. To take part you'll need to be registered and have your scores submitted by 3pm. The games that feature in the first week include: Bristol City v Barnsley, Wolves v Middlesboro, Sheffield United v Brentford, Ipswich v Birmingham, QPR v Reading and Fulham v Norwich.
Super 6 can be played via mobile or desktop, but an app is available which makes keeping up to date with play a lot easier.
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