You can win £350 cash, just for registering.
If you’ve been following my updates on this you’ll know I was introduced to United Games by a chap called Eric who I got talking to whilst on a boat trip on Lake Tahoe in the US on my summer holidays.
Well, Eric flew over to London last weekend to promote United Games, and I met up with him on Tuesday for lunch and to talk about the app.
To say I’m rather excited about this is an understatement.
You may be aware that when Pokemon Go launched recently it made national news headlines. Over 50,000 downloaded it within the first four hours of launch and it caused a ripple across the world media.
Well, so far there are over a million players pre-registered for the United Games app across the world so on launch day this will smash all previous records for app downloads right from the off. If you think Pokemon Go was big, wait until you see what happens with United Games.
So what is United Games all about?
It’s an interactive app that allows you to play along whilst watching your favourite sports games, or rather, it allows you to play along on the lead up to the actual game, and during the intervals within the game, so that you can make predictions on the outcome of the game or elements of the game and win tokens based on how many predictions you got right.
So it’s a bit like Fantasy Football but much easier, much more fun, and with the added bonus that the tokens you win can be exchanged for real, tangible products and prizes such as sports kits, tickets to games, flights, hotel stays etc. etc.
You can play on your own, or you can set up groups to play against your friends.
It’s entirely free to download, and free to play, and you can not only have a lot of fun but actually win real life prizes. As a player you can earn more tokens by winning games, or by sharing the app with friends, or by watching adverts within the app.
And here’s the thing, in order to encourage as many people as possible to try this app, Eric is offering a prize of £350 (or $500 if in the US) to anyone in his ‘team’ that registers as a player before the app launches next month. What this means is that if you simply spend 30 seconds filling in your details on the registration page, you will be eligible to win the prize. Even if you have no interest whatsoever in the app, and have no intention of downloading it, you’re still eligible to win the prize just for registering. He will be drawing the winners name out of a hat live on Facebook on 25th October.
If you haven’t registered for this app yet then I’d recommend taking a minute to do so because essentially it’s a free bet with a £350 cash reward if you win. And even if you don’t win, you can win heaps of other stuff just by playing it, so you may well want to take a look.
Drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and I’ll send you the registration link.