To coincide with the start of the new soccer season in Europe, English firm Man Of The Match Limited has launched a new self-titled game offering players a chance at almost two million dollars if they can correctly pick the most valuable player in ten weekly games.
Soccer fans from around the world are invited, through the Elstree-based firm’s ManOfTheMatch.com website, to use their experience and skill to predict the man of the match for a series of ten selected soccer games each week. If all ten predictions are correct, then the prize is a guaranteed jackpot of $1.86 million.
The game includes a special automatic random entry should fans forget to play or enter a prediction and Man Of The Match revealed that it plans to introduce other sports soon alongside other features. In addition, the company is also running a parallel predictor league that will offer players who correctly pick the most man of the matches each month a share of $9,351.
“We are delighted with the pre-launch response of fans and the industry to our exciting new exclusive predictive game,” said Marc Maley, Chief Executive Officer for Man Of The Match.
“We are really looking forward to announcing our first winners.”
The game is being launched with PlasmaNet Incorporated, the American firm responsible for FreeLotto that has 43 million members in 161 countries and has awarded over $82 million in prizes, and it is expected that the massive interest in global soccer will lead to players from all over the world entering the weekly competition.
“English Premier League football itself has a massive fan base in the Far East and Man Of The Match will now be in a position to positively enter that market,” said Maley.