BetVictor’s Golden Goal Tips
BetVictor’s Golden Goal Tips
On this page you will find our weekly BetVictor Golden Goal hints and tips – we do the hard work so you don’t have to! For every week that the game is available we will select our tip for the first goalscorer and minute, based on in depth research and analysis.
What Is Golden Goal?
BetVictor have launched their brand new game ‘Golden Goal’, which a weekly free-play game giving new and existing customers the chance to win thousands of pounds.
The idea behind their new initiative came from the success of BetVictor’s Euro 2016 Million Pound Goal campaign and the concepts are very similar. Golden Goal asks punters to correctly predict the minute and scorer of the opening goal in a pre-selected match, which will usually be the late televised kick-off on a Sunday afternoon.
How Can I Play?
All BetVictor account holders will receive one free prediction each week and have the chance to earn up to two additional predictions each week by placing real money bets on any BetVictor product.
If you do not have a BetVictor account but want to play, then you can sign up HERE and also get £30 in Free Bets when you bet your first £10.
What Can I Win?
There will be a £100,000 prize pot available to be won on the first goal scored in BetVictor’s first selected match between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge and this amount will rollover and increase weekly by £25,000 if there is no winner.
The Prize will be won by the participant(s) who places a valid prediction which correctly predicts :-
– the name of the first goal scorer; and
– the minute of the first goal in the Competition Fixture for that week (each a “Winner” and together the “Winners“)
Once the Golden Goal is won for the first time, the prize pool will revert back to £25,000 each week. If there is more than one winner the prize will be shared.
Predicting The First Goal Scorer
When predicting the first goal scorer, participants can select any player from the registered squad of either team participating in the Competition Fixture plus the option ‘’Own Goal’’ which covers any own goal scored by either team.
The first goal scorer will be the first player on either team to score a goal in the Competition Fixture (unless it’s is an own goal in which case the goal scorer will be “Own Goal”) during the full 90 minutes of the match.
Participants may predict that the first goal scored will be an own goal by selecting the option ‘’Own Goal’’ from the list of players. For the avoidance of doubt this option will cover all players on the field that may score an “Own Goal”.
The identity of the scorer of the first goal will be determined by the first goal scorer as announced by www.opta.com.
Predicting The Minute of First Goal
When predicting the minute of the first goal, the participant may select any minute during the full 90 minutes of play;
Minutes are calculated as follows: minute 1 is the period between 0:00 and 0:59, minute 2 is the time between 1:00 and 1:59, and so on. Minute 45 covers the period 44:00 to Half Time and Minute 90 covers the period 89:00 to Full Time.
The correct prediction will be the prediction of the minute in which the first goal is scored.
The minute of the first goal shall be determined by the time of the first goal as announced by www.opta.com. For the avoidance of doubt, and by way of example, a goal awarded in minute 30’ according to opta would belong to the minute band 29.00-29:59 within the Competition minute selector.