The sports industry has taken quite the hit since the outbreak of COVID-19, and the sports gambling industry is no exception. So, how can sport gamblers wet their appetite without any sports? Simple: bet on Madden 20 games (well not really).
B/R Betting and Madden 20
In lieu of sporting events, B/R Betting is staging Madden 20 simulations, and allowing gamblers to take a stab on the sims. Today’s matchup featured the top two teams in the AFC during the regular season in 2019, the Ravens and the Chiefs.
Madden live sim is back 🚨
We’ll be streaming a sim of Chiefs-Ravens tonight (8 pm ET, https://t.co/97yTQbbtbZ)
Line is Chiefs -1.5. Reply here with who covers the spread and how many combined total yards for Mahomes and Lamar
Giving away hoodies for the 3 closest guesses pic.twitter.com/B2SljTh4M1
— br_betting (@br_betting) March 18, 2020
Now there really isn’t any money on the line here. There is however, some hoodies from B/R Betting on the line. And let’s say people are hooked:
Put yo ✌️’s up @br_betting pic.twitter.com/ZPYmnySi6P
— West Wilson (@Conrad_Wilson) March 19, 2020
Just got sent this. People from all around the world tuning into watch Ravens cover +1.5. WATTBA. pic.twitter.com/4Manmbr9Oi
— 🤑MIKEY LOCKS🤑 (@MikeyLockss) March 19, 2020
The Chiefs, by the way, won this game by a score of 21-16. But don’t worry if you missed out on the action, as B/R Betting will be staging another one of these games tomorrow on their Mixer channel.
Chiefs cover with the 21-16 win. 436 total yards between Mahomes and Lamar
Hoodie winners announced tomorrow 👀 https://t.co/f3lhTfB9XW
— br_betting (@br_betting) March 19, 2020
For more Madden 20 news, be sure to keep checking out the SGO site.
So I have a question is it possible the next time when u guys interview the madden creators please please ask them why they changed the spat in madden 2002 it was perfect but they haven’t changed that old bulky small tape look. Madden players should be able to change the height of the ankle tape as well as how much of the shoe gets covered. I have been wondering this for years