CrownBet is giving its members an opportunity to become the King of the Carnival and win a share of a massive Ten Million CrownBet reward points!
The competition is based on The Championships at Royal Randwick and there will be two chances to win as the first tournament will be on Saturday April 2nd and your second opportunity will be on Saturday April 9th with each day giving away 5 million in CrownBet points.
In each week of the King of the Carnival competition, you will be given three options to select from in four different groups and you are required to select which horse you believe will be first past the post out of the three nominated.
You will then be required to select one trainer from the nominated trainers list that you believe will have the most winners on the day.
The winner of the competition will be the CrownBet member who correctly select correctly in all five categories.
If there is more than one person that correctly selects all five categories, than the 5,000,000 CrownBet reward points will be shared equally between all winners.
If a horse that is selected ends up being scratched or does not run, then the allocated substitute will become the horse selected by the member.
In the case of two of the horses being a dead heat for the first past the post, then both horses will be declared as winners of that category.
If you aren’t currently a member of CrownBet, then sign up through BeforeYouBet to take part in the King of the Carnival.
To learn more about the bookmaker, check out our full CrownBet Review page.
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