SportsGrind.Net has taken the concepts of online gambling and created a game of skill. Instead of wagering dollars, players compete by wagering points. Only winnings accrue. It’s a fun test of skill and consistency. The NFL Season is in play, but it’s not too late to join. Plus, unlike fantasy, The Grind plays all the way through the playoffs. Players don’t need a full roster of players, they just lines to pick against. In fact, no players are even eliminated. All players get to participate all the way throughout the Super Bowl.
Each week players receive a Handout (Points – Game Currency) which they wager against spreads, over/unders and moneylines. Only winnings accrue.
Leagues are structured similar to that of fantasy sports. You can enter public or private leagues. Private leagues range between 4 and 24 players. Public leagues have 12 players. All leagues have a ‘Smack Tank’ where members can bash each other with their words. Free memberships are available, but they aren’t part of the competition. Paid players are eligible for weekly gifts along with the grand prizes. Winner gets $10,000. Runner-up gets a trip for two to Las Vegas, NV.
Our year one promotional fee to join is $13, but if you use the Promo Code: MIDSEASON when you sign up – it’s good for $6 off, making it $7 to play the rest of the NFL season. That makes you eligible to win weekly gifts as well as grand prizes, let alone have yourself a damn good time.
There’s a lot of season left to play. Winnings add up over the course of the season, but weekly competitions always start out on a level playing field. And remember, IT’S ALL ABOUT THE PLAYOFFS. So get in the game and give yourself a chance to win $10,000 or other cool weekly prizes! It’s never too late to join a league. It’s still anybody’s game.
Year one is all about the NFL, but the website will be adding NCAA Basketball & Football, UFC, MLB, NHL, NASCAR and NBA in the future.
The site also features streaming headline news, a blog page, along with tons of shopping options. We also support charities, such as the Joyner Walker Foundation (www.joynerwalkerfoundation.org) and its subsidiary, Par and Poker (www.parandpoker.com).
For more information, go to www.sportsgrind.net
Hope to see you there!