It remains to be seen whether it could ever surpass betting as a primary reason to visit the Sky Bet mobile app and website, but the Super Six certainly makes a change as something you don’t need to place any money on in order to get involved. It’s been an activity online for several years and the demand continues to grow as more punters realise just how easy it is to try it for themselves.
How does the Super Six work?
Developed as a way of potentially winning a large sum of money based on correct scores in six football matches, the Super Six allows for a new round every week as well as the opportunity to take up to £1 million based on a 100% correct prediction. These six games are handpicked by Sky Bet and the winner will be chosen as the one person capable of guessing every single final score.
In the event of a tie for the six scorelines, there’s a golden goal prediction, which is the first goal scored over all six games. This allows for one person to take the entire cash prize, making it important that you take your golden goal prediction as seriously as your Super 6 prediction weekly, as it could be the one thing that stands between you and £250,000.
The concept of it becoming more popular than traditional means of betting remains unlikely, but that doesn’t make it any less worth entering-in your predictions in time for every new round. You can even improve your Super Six entry by looking at the past results from involved teams to see what looks likely to happen. Not only does this include anticipating the final result, but also working out how many goals each team is likely to score or concede.
How much is Sky Super 6?
Admittedly, there are some football fans who are deterred from playing Sky Bet Super Six through thinking you need to deposit money or through expecting a catch somewhere along the way, but it really is as easy to enter your Super 6 prediction as it sounds. The only downside to having a go is that it’s unlikely to win, but the fact that it’s completely free to play makes up for any frustrations that you might have in not winning.
As the outcome of six matches is extremely difficult to predict, it’s hard to imagine winning, especially as a single goal can ruin your winning Super Six prediction, but there’s no reason to not try it every week in case you scoop that jackpot. A lot of football punters play the Super Six and it only takes a few seconds to enter your scorelines on the Sky Bet mobile app or website, so it’s obviously perceived as being worth the effort.