FansUnite Kicks Off 2019 with Once in a Lifetime LCFC Competition

Leicester City

The Canadian blockchain-based sports betting platform FansUnite is giving away two tickets and return flights to watch the Leicester City Foxes play Arsenal in April this year!

The contest, dubbed Unite The Fans, is launched in collaboration with FansUnite partner Leicester City Football Club and will run until the 24th of April.

The lucky winner will receive two tickets to the game plus return airfare to Liecester and two nights stay in a hotel for them and a friend. Not only that, FansUnite will throw in spending money and a VIP Tour of King Power Stadium with a player Meet & Greet inlcuded!

Competitors can enter multiple times across a broad range of social media platforms, with entries being awarded based on various social interactions. Fans get two entries for following @FansUnite on Twitter and a further two for a retweet with the hashtag #UniteTheFans.

On Instagram you can get an extra two entries if you post a picture with the #UniteTheFans hashtag and on Youtube you can get a massive 25 entries for posting a video related to why you deserve to win the competition. Email referrals also garner one extra entry for each friend that joins.

The FansUnite Platform

FansUnite is a decentralized, efficient and transparent blockchain protocol that provides a public library of smart contracts, data structures and market information for betting on the blockchain. The open-source platform built upon the Ethereum blockchain offers a resource for developers to create applications such as sportsbooks, betting exchanges, digitial fantasy applications and risk management tools.

Using its proprietary FunsUnite token (FAN), the platform rewards users for providing sports data which helps to resolve wagers on the blockchain. All transactions are transparent and immutable, making it a unique and trustworthy marketplace for the provision of bettor odds.

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