TWTD World Cup Prize Sweepstake
Monday, 4th Jun 2018 15:15
TWTD is running its usual World Cup Prize Sweepstake during Russia 2018.
Every site member who wants to enter will be allocated a team completely at random.
As there will be a lot more people entering than there are teams at the World Cup, each country will be allocated to more than one entrant.
All those allocated the eventual winners will be entered into a final draw with one selected at random to win a £25 Amazon voucher.
The competition is completely free to enter. New allocations will be stopped on the first day of the tournament. Admins may enter but can't win the prize on offer. Click here to find out more and to be allocated a team.
We’re not running a Prediction League during this World Cup but the regular season competition will return ahead of 2018/19.
The winner of the 2017/18 Prediction League was Alfie, who received a £150 Amazon voucher, with 85 points ahead of TinternTrojans and The_Prisoner only a point behind on 84 in joint-second.
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