Sports Gambling Podcast Network™ will launch the new National Football League season with a free $100,000 contest for its consumer audience, rewarding the person who picks all 16 games against the spread and hits on six of six over/unders from Sept. 9-13.
The contest begins on Wednesday, Sept. 1, and fans can enter on the SGPN App, which is available on all devices and is downloadable at Apple’s App Store, the Google Play Store, and from www.SportsGamblingPodcast.com. SGPN is the only independently-owned and operated sports gambling media networkthat places a premium on entertainment value.
The no-cost app, which debuted in June, includes content for sports wagerers on the move from over 45 SGPN writers and personalities plus exclusive access to multiple, free audience contests, now including the $100,000 Week 1 NFL Challenge.
In accordance with contest regulations, only one entry is permitted per person and the total number of eligible participants is 5,000.
“Our audiences are loyal and they deserve the opportunity to convert a big payday,” stated Sean Green, SGPN co-founder, CEO and co-host of the popular Sports Gambling Podcast . “Interest is at a fever pitch now with preseason games in the books and the level will reach its apex that second week of September when the new season commences. Winning the cash will require a little bit of luck, but our audience is savvy. We actually think someone will pull this off.”
SGPN is all over the upcoming NFL season, providing its audiences with insights, analysis and definitive selections non-stop during the pre-season window. On July 13-14, the unprecedented 24-hour Fantasy Football Draft by SGPN expert Ryan Kramer resulted in over 100,000 minutes watched and a 100% approval rating from the audience.”
The most recent contest for app downloaders was an NBA playoffs contest with a $1,000 winner-take-all cash prize. The winner identified the Milwaukee Bucks as NBA Champions and correctly predicted that the series would be over in exactly six games. The tiebreaker prediction of total number of points scored in those games was needed to determine the winner.