Stax launches SPL predictor with over £70,000 worth of prizes

Published:  08 September, 2016

Stax Trade Centres has given fans of the Scottish Premier League (SPL) the chance to turn their football knowledge into top prizes, with the launch of a free-to-play predictor game.

With the Talksport Predictor well established for the English Premier League, Stax chairman Eddie Brady, a devoted SPL follower, wanted to launch a predictor competition game specifically for the SPL, which provides an opportunity for like-minded fans to pit their wits against each other.

The game has been designed to give players lots of ways to win throughout the season. Players are entered into a lucky draw, with weekly spot prizes, including televisions and power tools on offer regardless of how accurate their predictions are.

For the more knowledgeable fans, a points accumulator game where players accrue points on predicting the outcomes accurately will reward the top player with a new van at the end of the season.

Mr Brady said: “We’ve all been playing various football predictor games for years, but the SPL has been neglected, so we wanted to create a game for our Scottish customer base and SPL fans. The game is free to play and we’ve got a huge prize pot on offer so just for a bit of fun we’re inviting the Scottish trade fraternity to play along to see who will be crowned Stax Predictor Champion next May.”

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