Are You Titan Bet’s Ultimate Football Fan?
Posted by Stu on February 26th, 2015
Think Notts County are the best team in the world? Then why not join Titan Bet’s ‘Ultimate Fan’ competition? Your love for the club could be rewarded with amazing prizes.
The Titan Bet Ultimate Fan competition has been set-up to as a way for football lovers across the UK to show how much they know about their team. Utilising three forms of media – video, images and text – football fans must submit a short piece outlining their passion for anything related to their team.
Submissions are encouraged to be as entertaining, impassioned and engaging as possible. The theme for each video, image or text must be related to the entrant’s football team, but the way in which they show their love is up to them. A marriage proposal wearing the team’s shirt, a song dedicated to the manager or a poem outlining the club’s qualities: anything entrants can think of to show their love is fair game.
To successfully enter the competition, ultimate fans need to complete the following process.
- Join Titan Bet Sports and upload some text, an image or a video.
- Take part in regular challenges to win additional prizes throughout the competition.
- Check your progress and size up the competition through the Fan Zone on Titan Bet.
By completing the following steps, entrants will be fully entered in the prize draw and eligible for bundle of prizes worth thousands of pounds.
Prizes for the Ultimate Fan Competition come in three main categories: technology, cash and football tickets. Depending on the challenges which entrants complete and where their submission ranks, the prizes they can claim will differ. However, for the ultimate fan, a top package with a value worth more than money itself awaits.
Tech Prizes: For the avid sports punter, Titan Bet is giving away a selection of GoPro cameras.
Cash Prizes: One of the best ways to show your love for a team is to bet on them. That is why Titan is giving away thousands of pounds in free wagers.
Football Tickets: For a selection of the top ranking fans, Titan Bet has put together the Ultimate Perks Package. In addition to receiving complimentary gift cards for their team’s club shop, Ultimate Perks winners will be given VIP hospitality packages for a selection of matches. When each über fan arrives at the ground they love, most will be ushered down a red carpet of luxury before being wined and dined during the game.
The Ultimate Prize: So what do you get if you are the most passionate supporter in the land? If you can demonstrate that you are a football fanatic, Titan Bet will send you to three of the biggest matches in European football.
The Ultimate Finals Package comprises of tickets for two to three finals in Europe. From the UK’s Wembley stadium to the leading venues in Berlin and Warsaw, fans will be treated to some of the best action inside some of Europe’s finest grounds. Moreover, to ensure the ultimate fan gets to each game in style, Titan Bet is also providing travel and luxury accommodation for two at each event. So, the ultimate fan has the ultimate experience to remember.
If you’re the ultimate fan then make sure you join the competition today.
The Small Print
To check out the full terms and conditions for this promotion, entrants are asked to visit TitanBet.co.uk. For ease of reference, the following conditions will apply throughout the competition.
- Submissions will be accepted from February 8, 2015, until Sunday May 3, 2015.
- Winners will be announced on Sunday May 10, 2015.
- Applicants agree to give publishing rights to their submissions to Titan Bet.
- All applicants must be aged 18-years-old or older.
- Videos must be no larger than 1GB in size and last for 60-seconds max.
- All submissions must be original and not contain any copyrighted material.
- Foul or explicit submissions will not be accepted.
- Titan Bet reserves the right to refuse any submission.
- Prizes cannot be sold, transferred or reassigned.
Posted by Stu on February 3rd, 2015
It’s been a strange few days, not the proudest for the first “City Of Football” it has to be said. Both the city’s clubs have lost their weekend fixtures which generally sets a grim mood by itself – yet the fall out from each defeat has been somewhat spectacular for very different reasons!
Oh and on top of it all, we’ve just released Kyle Dixon today. On the day I sent issue 12 off to the printers with my own article singing his praises, his contract has been terminated by mutual consent. I’m adamant it will be through no fault of his own, and that it’s merely to help facilitate his move to Boston United, but none the less my heart sank when the message came through on my phone. I can’t wish Kyle anything but the very best for the future, and I know he’ll be back in the Football League in no time at all.
Anyway, Notts’ 3-0 defeat at Boundary Park was a miserable afternoon’s viewing, lit up only by internet phenomenon/flash in the pan Twitter joke Andy Tate stewarding the Notts fans. Meanwhile the bunch across the Trent lost 1-0 to Millwall thanks to a costly error from a not long returned loanee of ours, Stephen McLaughlin. (more…)
A Ballad For Balint Bajner?
Posted by Stu on January 31st, 2015
If there’s one thing this staggeringly poor run of results has taught me, it’s that Balint Bajner could well be the key to anything we forge this season.
Clearly lacking in match fitness (or else why would Shaun Derry take him off?), his first half at Boundary Park this afternoon was one of very few positives in a 3-0 defeat. He’s strong, a threat in the air, adept with the ball on the floor, and seemingly he represents a genuine goal threat. But what’s the catch? If these are the tools he possesses why hasn’t he proven it so consistently in his career? Let’s not forget, he wasn’t even taken on by Tranmere when he was there on trial. (more…)