SkySports offer plenty of opportunities when it comes to football and the unending world of betting. SkyBet is a platform where they provide Request-A-Bets and enhanced offers on all available sports. Soccer Saturday Super 6 is another area that brings in a mass of customers, made all the more entertaining through being a weekly game that anyone can get involved in without even needing to wager a single penny.
Super 6 is an interesting game to get involved with but it’s an understandably odd format for newcomers, so the guys over at FootyAccumulators have put together a guide on exactly what it is, how it works, and ways of boosting your chances of getting close to a winner. If you require tips or predictions on the Super 6 by a site that regularly keeps involved with each week’s events, FootyAccumulators operate their own Super 6 Tips page, which is updated in time for each edition of the game.
What is it?
Operating on a usually weekly basis, with some occasionally extra editions for cup competitions, Sky Sports Super 6 is a free football prediction game where you can win £250,000 by correctly guessing the final score of six specifically chosen football fixtures over a given day. The prize money goes up if Jeff Stelling and co are feeling generous, with a recent edition featuring a whopping £1m prize on offer.
If more than one person somehow manages to get all six games correct in their final score predictions, the money is shared between all winners. If nobody is able to win the game on a given week, a £5,000 prize is given to the top points scorer of all players in that gameweek, as every player is drawn into a leaderboard for a worthwhile consolation.
In the event of a tie at the top of the leaderboard, the back-up winner of that week is decided through a ‘Golden Goal’ selection which you provide when you make your predictions, and is the predicted closest time to the first goal in a selected fixture.
How do I get involved?
All you need to play Super 6 is a SkyBet account and you can even make your selections on computer or from your phone, so it’s easily accessible.
Betting on all games to result with the final scores exactly how you predict would surely provide some massive returns, so it’s clear just how difficult a game it is to get 100% right. The best thing to do is look back the form of all involved sides, taking how each team perform home and away into perspective, and try to avoid unrealistically hefty scorelines unless you’re certain a game will shock the world with a 8-2 thriller that only Alex Ferguson would be proud of.
It’s the sort of game you keep tabs on every week and make sure to take part in at every given opportunity. The game itself is free and could win you from between £5,000 and £1m, so as the old phrase goes, if you don’t buy a ticket, you don’t win the raffle.