RoM have formed a partnership with PickLive and through this have the opportunity to offer a RoM reader £100 for nothing.
I’ll be signing up and having a go and a league table for RoM readers will be formed. Nothing wrong with a bit of healthy competition between us lot.
The game will be launching this week ahead of our match against Wolves but you can join after that and still be in a chance of winning the prize.
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‘Five Minute Fantasy Football’ – allows football fanatics to win cash prizes in real-time by picking a team of three players who then accumulate points for all of their actions on the pitch; from passes and tackles to goals and assists. The three teams who accumulate the most points within that five minute period win a share of the cashpot, whilst the player with the most points at the end of the week takes home the £100 jackpot.
All players get 3 free games on sign-up, giving all readers three chances to set the benchmark for the exclusive The Republik of Mancunia Jackpot. The RoM reader who gets the highest individual score will bag the £100 cash prize.
We also have some mouthwatering United games on the calendar thougout February and March, including the derby and crucial clashes with Chelsea and Liverpool. The first chance to bag that jackpot winning score will be during the game with Wolves on February 5th.
Check out the rules of the game and the full scoring system. You can also play the demo game on the first link, that only takes a couple of minutes and just gives a rough outline of how the game works during a match.
How to Play
– Go to PickLive
– Sign up for a free trial
– With this you get 3 games completely free
– PickLive have provided some FF stats for United players for the season so far to help you pick your players.
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