PointsBet's World Cup match offers can leave you a winner regardless of the result
With the FIFA World Cup underway, PointsBet offers Aussies a chance to roll the dice and earn some serious cash, even if your team doesn’t come out on top.
Sounds too good to be true; hear us out for one minute will ya.
For the three Aussie Group Stage matches at the World Cup, place a match result bet with PointsBet, and if your team scores first, you’ll be paid out as a winner, even if they go on to lose.
That is how you win the battle even if you lose the war my friends.
Punters can bet on the following matches: November 23 - Socceroos vs. France, November 26 - Socceroos vs. Tunisia and December 1 - Socceroos vs. Denmark.
All you have to do is head to the PointsBet app and place a match result bet on any of the games listed above.
While you’re there, you can also find plenty of World Cup futures markets, so if you think you can pick who will win it all, you can place a bet on the outright winner or even when certain teams will get knocked out, all in the PointsBet app.
If player markets are more your speed, then you can take a punt on which players will score in each game or even who scores the most goals overall for the tournament.
So, if you think Jamie Maclaren or Mitchell Duke are an absolute shoe-in to score for the Socceroos, it’s time to put your money where your mouth is.
Make sure you keep an eye on the PointsBet app, as there'll be plenty more new markets dropped throughout the World Cup.
So invite the lads around and ensure you have your teams selected so you don’t miss out on the action.
Even your mate who loves his sleep can join in and head to bed after he is paid out early when his team scores the first goal.
Full terms and conditions apply and are available at pointsbet.com.au
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