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About this game

SPRT MTRX is a FREE, easy to use and fun game where you bid on the outcome of NHL hockey games. Cash prizes are awarded to the player who receives the most points for winning games. When you have some skin in the game, it’s more fun to watch. You can’t win, if you don’t play. Hey, you never know.

The events are organized as “Challenges” and cover multiple games on Saturday. Example: The Saturday Hockey Challenge involves bidding on the scores of all of the NHL games played on Saturday.

It’s EASY:

1. Pick your sport – “Hockey”.
2. Pick your challenge – “Saturday Hockey Challenge”.
3. Bid on each of the games included in the Challenge.
4. Wait until shortly before each game of the Challenge starts.
5. See the scores for which you won bids.
6. Cheer on your team for your scores.

You may ask yourself - How do I bid?

Each hockey game is presented as a 7 by 7 grid of squares, modeled after the classic Super Bowl game, Squares. All of the possible outcomes of the hockey game are available for you to bid on.
SPRT MTRX provides you with a token $10 for each hockey game. This is NOT real money! You don’t ever have to pay ANYTHING!
You bid this imaginary $10 however you like on the grid. You can bid the most on the score 4 – 3. That’s the most likely outcome. Or you can bid on the less likely scores such as 1 – 0 or 8 – 0. These squares will be cheaper. You can spread your bids around evenly or focus on a few likely scores.
But you need to know that you are bidding against between 5 and 8 other players for your desired scores and the highest bidder for each square wins that score.
It’s Transparent.
Before each hockey game starts, you will be able to see which squares you’ve won and which scores you need in order to win the point for that game.
During the Challenge, you can follow the live Leaderboard to see where you stand in the rankings and know how many more games you need to win to claim the prize.
The player that wins the most points for winning the correct scores of each hockey game on Saturday wins the prize.
Bid on the Grid!
Updated on
Sep 23, 2022

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What's new

New UI and Single Bid functionality