Enter Tour de France pool with main prize of 3,000 euros
This Saturday, the world's biggest cycling event kicks into gear in Brussels. It is expected to be an open race and the Tour de France skill gaming pool by Zweeler adds an extra element of excitement to this July's showdown. For just 10 euros you enter a game with a guaranteed amount of 31,000 euro in prizes, while the first prize is 3,000 euros.
The GC battle commences as early as the first week with a TTT on the second day and a summit finish at the steep Planche des Belles Filles on the sixth day of action. This year’s Tour de France serves the Pyrenees in the second week, while the Alps are tackled in the third.
Likely contenders in the battle for the maillot jaune are Egan Bernal, Thibaut Pinot, Adam Yates, Jakob Fuglsang, Steven Kruijswijk, Richie Porte, Daniel Martin, and title defender Geraint Thomas. Dylan Groenewegen, Elia Viviani and Caleb Ewan are the sprinters to watch, while Peter Sagan, Matteo Trentin and Michael Matthews will be eyeing the more hilly races. Breakaway-experts on this Tour de France are Thomas De Gendt, Julian Alaphilippe and, possibly, Vincenzo Nibali, who are also likely to battle it out for the polka dot jersey.
For 10 euros you’ll enter the Tour de France skill gaming pool by Zweeler. There’s good chance to win as there are hundreds of possibilities to do so. The main prize is 3,000 euros, while the total number of prizes on GC is 451 with an accumulated value of 31,000 euros (guaranteed). Also, every stage offers separate prizes of 100, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20, 15 and 10 euros.
To create a team every player enters 15 riders and 5 substitutes. When a rider abandons the race, his place will be taken by the first substitute. The points of the drop-out remain in your total, while the points of the substitute start to count once he enters the race.
Fantasy Tour de France by Zweeler starts on Saturday 6 July 2019 at 12:25 CET.
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