Pay £1 to predict 6 ANY TIME goal scorers in a round of Premier League or Cup games and, if they all score, you win the jackpot or a share of it if there’s more than one winner.
Our jackpot winners on average have won more than 5 times with us than they would have done with the bookies, we’ve had over 100 winners and given away over £100,000 in winnings so far this season!
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The domestic football season has come to an end and what a season it’s been.
Leicester won the league, but the biggest news was that we had over 100 Predict the Six winners who took home over £100,000 in jackpot winnings between them! The prize winnings ranged from £141 each when all the big hitters scored in November and 41 players shared the jackpot, right up to some winners scooping the entire jackpot to themselves, with Darren R from Swansea winning £10,000 from his £1 stake on Boxing day and a whole host of winners taking home £5,000 or more.
On average, our winners picked up from us more than 3 times the payout they would have received from the bookies if they’d picked the same 6 any time goalscorers in a normal accumulator. The likes of Darren from Swansea won over 12 times what they would have picked up at the bookies, showing the value of winning with a slightly out of the ordinary selection!
We know everyone loves their stats, so we've compiled a list of the players of the season (top and bottom!).
The top 20 most selected players list over the course of the full season doesn’t contain many surprises, Kane probably pipping Aguero to the number 1 spot because of his better injury record. The biggest shocks though are Christian Benteke making an appearance as high as the 9th most selected player this season, and Raheem Sterling sneaking in at number 20. Both causing a lot of disappointed PT6 players no doubt! Eden Hazard still making it in at number 15 shows how much faith everyone continued to show in him all season despite it being a car crash of a year until the last few weeks.
At the other end of the spectrum, our bottom 10 Premier League players picked the fewest times reveals a few of you thinking outside the box and trying to beat the system with some left field picks! We've excluded from this list the many players who weren't picked at all.
After a promising year, we’re now going into an early pre-season training camp in the snowy mountains with Rocky Balboa and will come out the other side with a shiny new website and smartphone App to improve your playing experience and add some features that we think you’ll love. Unfortunately that means we aren’t able to run a PT6 competition for the Euros but will be running some competitions on Twitter and Facebook so look out for them over the next few weeks.
We'll be testing our new site and App over the summer before re-launching in August, so if you'd like to be part of the testing group in exchange for some free credits to play next season please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any credits you've got left in your accounts will still be valid to use next season.
Thanks for playing this year, we hope you've had fun and it's added to your weekly football enjoyment. We’ll see you back here in August for the start of the Premier League season!
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Here at Predict the Six, we are always looking at ways to make your weekly play more fun.
Now you can find out how your performance ranks across the nation, as well as set up your own mini-leagues to compete against your mates.
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Note: Only one point per round is allocated to each player for playing (regardless of how many times you play). Only your highest scoring slip in any one round counts towards your points, and in the event of tied points the player who placed their first prediction the earliest in the season takes the higher place. If you enter the competition mid-season, you will be allocated a starting score of the current average score for the season, less 1% for each round of the season you have missed.