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Pinnacle to Accept Bets of $1m on World Cup Final
- July 8, 2014 By Nemanja L. -
Pinnacle Sports has announced that they have raised their betting limit to staggering $1,000,000 for the 2014 World Cup final, giving high rollers everywhere a chance to place massive stakes on the tournament winner.
The final game of the 2014 tournament will take place on 13th July at the iconic Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, with Brazil, Germany, Argentina and Netherlands vying for the two places in the final.
And with the highly anticipated match likely to be one of the most heavily bet events in recent history, Pinnacle has offered a special incentive to their players by increasing the bet limits to $1m on the game in question.
What is more, players who wish to do so can place the maximum bet more than once, while the bookmaker’s Winners Welcome policy means they can continue betting without any restrictions regardless of the outcome.
Pinnacle Sports Marketing Director Aly Lalani has moved to explain the company’s latest business decision that could have a serious effect on their earnings.
“Our $1million World Cup final limits aren’t hype,” he said. “We fully expect existing players to test them to the max. And for all other high-rollers out there looking for sky-high liquidity and the best potential return for the World Cup final, Pinnacle Sports really are your only serious choice.”
About Pinnacle Sports
Founded in 1998 and operating out of Curacao, Pinnacle Sports have established themselves as one of the best sports betting operators in the business, with their no-nonsense approach ensuring the customers have advantage of the most competitive odds and highest wagering limits in the industry.
Rather than offering low-value promotions like most competitors, Pinnacle has opted to give their players the best possible value by seriously decreasing the house edge, which ensures they can consistently quote some of the best prices in the market.
Their latest decision to raise the betting limits for the 2014 World Cup final is likely to win them even more admirers, especially among the VIP players, who rarely have a chance to stake considerable amounts of cash on sports matches.
While casual players might not find the Curacao-based bookmaker too attractive due to the fact they offer no welcome bonuses or promotions for existing players, the fact their odds ultimately ensure the greatest possible value is the reason why Pinnacle remains extremely popular among sports bettors everywhere.