Good news: Intertops.com continues to take ‘Survivor’ bets
By staff
Online sportsbook Intertops.com continues to take bets for the CBS reality television show ‘Survivor: Pearl Island’ despite rumours of naming the two finalists.

It was reported that there has been extremely high amount of betting in the Vancouver area on both Osten and Sandra. This caused concerns and forced some sportsbooks to suspend bets on the seventh in the series of the TV reality show.

Intertops.com is the first online sportsbook to take on bets for the show, with the very first ‘Survivor’ show. This is not the first time that this has happened: back in April, it was rumoured that CBS employers were cited as the source insider knowledge. While other online books, like BetWWTS.com immediately cancelled the bets, Intershop.com saw this as an opportunity rather than a threat, by adding more action on the show.

“There has been some heavy action on Osten and Sandra which is why we have created some exciting new bet offers around these two and an option on who will survive if they both do get voted off or make it indeed to the very final,' said Intertops.com Chief Bet manager Michael Maerz.

'Scandal seems to be the order of the day for this series, but this makes it all the more interesting for viewers and customers alike. Reality TV betting has proved so popular with our customers and we will keep offering them exactly the action they want. That's why our book will remain wide open on the outcome of Survivor VII.' he said.

 
 
 
 
 
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