BetBomb.com Gives Back at the 2013 World Series of Poker BetBomb.com believes that giving back is just as important as having fun. That's why Patrick Gray, BetBomb's CEO, has pledged to give away 10% of his winnings from the World Series of Poker. Up to $1M is up for grabs for a BetBomb user and his or her charity of choice.
LAS VEGAS, June 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BetBomb is pledging up to $1,000,000 cash to a dedicated BetBomb.com user who recruits the most friends, family, and fellow sports betting enthusiasts to join the site between now until the end of CEO Patrick Gray's run. The World Series of Poker begins on July 6th and will last ten days if Patrick goes all the way. The person who refers the most new users to the site will win 5% of Patrick Gray's winnings and donate the other 5% to his or her charity of choice. Details about the promotion are included here: Win a Million.
"I have been playing poker my entire life," says Patrick, "and I'm confident that I'm going to win the main event this year." Last year was Patrick's first appearance at the World Series of Poker, and he faced notable professionals Daniel Negreanu, Todd Brunson and Barry Greenstein, beating thousands of competitors along the way. "I know I can compete with the best players in the world, and I'm excited to share my winnings with BetBomb fans while helping to support a charity that they care about."
BetBomb.com is a free, social sports betting site in which players can compete by picking sporting outcomes to win real prizes. The contests are based on a patent pending, poker style concept where strategy matters as much as sports knowledge and luck.
BetBomb.com has just launched a new feature called "The Assist," where users can build a team of up to five players and compete together in a prize contest. If one of the players on a team wins the prize, so does the user who created the team. Details on the new Assist option can be found within the contest section of the site.
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