Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge Now On All Local Racemeetings

Are You Up For A Fresh New Challenge?

South Africa’s most popular horseracing competition, the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge, has had an exciting revamp and will be available to play from today on all local race meetings, as well as Hong Kong and Singapore.

The free-to-enter challenge has created a multitude of winners over the past 3-years, with the top 20 players on the leaderboard sharing the designated must-be-won daily prize.

While Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge players pit their wits, skill, and racing knowledge against fellow competitors, the ultimate aim for that dream payday, is to select all of the winners on a card.

Lifetime racing man ‘Blaikes’ recently became the fourth Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge millionaire, when he banked R1 275 000 after selecting a 100% clean sheet at the Hollywoodbets Scottsville race meeting on Wednesday, 15 February 2023.

Hollywoodbets thus proudly offers the all-or-nothing prize to the player, or players, who correctly pick all the winners on any race day – and that’s all local race-meetings, as well as Hong Kong and Singapore!

In an important change from the previous jackpot payout formula, the value of the all-or-nothing prize will now be determined by the number of runners at the race meeting multiplied by R10 000, for all venues.

For example, if there are 88 carded runners and 5 scratchings, then the all-or-nothing prize will be based on 83 runners at R10 000 each, giving a value of R830 000 as the prize!

Over and above the premier aim of finding all the winners, daily prize money of R5 000 for each of the scheduled race meetings will be shared by the top 20 players on the points leaderboard at the end of the day.

The winner will be awarded R2 000, with the runner-up R1 000, and the balance apportioned in terms of the published rules down to the 20th finisher.

As an added incentive to players, to top this, the all-or-nothing prize and the daily must-be-won prize will be doubled for those players who have had a bet on the Punters’ Challenge Bet Slip, to the value of R50 or more, prior to the running of the first race.

The Bet Slip is programmatically generated and all you have to do is indicate an amount of R50 or more that you wish to wager.

The Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge is really easy to understand and to play.

All you need is a Hollywoodbets account and the choice is yours to either select one horse in each of the races at the designated race meeting or opt to make use of the ‘quick-pick’ option and take a chance!

Players receive points depending on where their selection finishes in a race, and how many actual runners there are in that race.

Points are awarded in accordance with the horses’ finishing positions i.e. in a 10-horse field, the winner will be awarded ten (10) points, 2nd place is nine (9) points and so on, with the last horse being awarded one (1) point.

Points are also awarded according to the price of the winner only. The winning selection receives a bonus of the Hollywoodbets starting price.

So, commencing with the Hollywoodbets Kenilworth and Happy Valley racemeetings today, make the Hollywoodbets Punters’ Challenge your first play of the day!

Entries must be in at least five minutes prior to the off of the first race. If you intend using the Bet Slip to enhance your payout potential, we would suggest you allow yourself some galloping room in terms of time!

Enjoy it as Hollywoodbets aims to create a whole new world of winners – click here to find out more!

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