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Advertorial: Fantasy F1 Bahrain Grand Prix: Turn 2.50 euro into 2,500 Euro!

  • Published on 02 Apr 2016 16:30
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  • By: Rob Veenstra

The formula 1 field settles in Bahrain this weekend where the second Grand Prix of 2016 will be held. In Australia we saw Nico Rosberg beating Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. We also expect in Bahrain a serious battle between Mercedes and Ferrari for the number 1 spot. Behind these guys we will see Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen, Valtteri Botas, Felipe Massa, Daniel Kvyatt and Carlos Sainz struggle for a potential podium position.

Zweeler Fantasy Sports Games set up a great game so you can enjoy the Formula 1 even more. For only 2.50 euro you can participate in the Race to Abu Dhabi during the Grand Prix of Bahrain.

The Fantasy F1 Bahrain Grand Prix (RtAD) 2016 starts on Sunday 3 April 2016 at 17:00 hours CET. To create a team you have a budget of 110 million euro to buy 6 drivers. Your drivers will score points based on their results in the race (race points) and the difference with their qualification position (bonus points).

The game will cost 2.50 euro per team and there will be 1 ticket to win for the End Game of the Race to Abu Dhabi. One ticket entitles you to make one team in the End Game of the Race to Abi Dhabi.

The prize pool of the End Game is at least 5,000 euro with a 1st prize of 2,500 euro. All tickets have a value of at least 25 euro!

We have 20 qualifiers in 2016 where you can win a ticket for the End Game of the Race to Abu Dhabi. Click here for more information about the Race to Abu Dhabi.

Additionally Zweeler also has an F1 Bahrain Grand Prix game where you can participate for 2.50 euros and try to win a part of the prizepool of 100 euros (10 prizes in total) with first prize of 25 euros.

Click here to register immediately!

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  • khasmir

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    The lack of news being posted during weekends is really troublesome...

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    • Apr 3 2016 - 23:16

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