StrataBet announces BOF 2015 football knowledge quiz

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Attendees at tomorrow’s Betting on Football Conference (#bofcon) will have the opportunity to test their sporting knowledge against their peers for a chance to win a full 2015/16 season subscription to sports trading platform StrataBet worth more than £50,000.

Exhibitor Stratagem Technologies is inviting delegates to take part in a specially constructed quiz designed to test even the most knowledgeable football experts. It consists of 17 multiple choice questions in total, including a final tie-breaker, and should take 5-10 minutes to complete.

Whoever becomes cream of the crop will take home with them a 1 Year StrataBet “Invest” subscription, with full, in-depth coverage of 15+ competitions.

The invest subscription provides access to statistical models (deadball and in-play), proprietary analyst data, expert analysis on 16 leagues (plus Champions League) and the ability to execute directly. In short, a huge amount of trading support.

Betting on Football organiser Andrew McCarron commented: “With the amount of expertise attending #Bofcon at Emirates Stadium tomorrow, whoever comes out top of this quiz will really be among the best in the industry. Stratagem has been really generous in putting up one of its Stratabet subscriptions as the top prize and the winner will be able to put its capabilities to great use.”

There are still a limited number of tickets available for the Betting on Football Conference, please click below tab to book your place.

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