Las Vegas Sports Books Offering Up $30,000 this College Bowl Season

William Hill sports books in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada are offering up their 20/20 College Bowl Challenge again this year.

Entries are $20, and you’ll have to choose 20 games (hence – 20/20) from the 38-game bowl season schedule. Each of the 20 games a player selects will have a point spread and you can submit as many entries as you like – at $20 a pop of course.  William Hill is accepting entries until Monday December 29th at 11 am, which is the kickoff to the Auto Zone Liberty Bowl pitting Texas A&M vs. West Virginia.

Per William Hill, “the winner-take-all format will pay out a $30,000 guaranteed grand prize – up from $20,000 last year – to the entry to select the most correct games against the spread. If the total amount of entry fees collected exceeds $30,000, then 70% of the additional entry fees will be added to the grand prize money.” And for the shrewd college football handicapper who perhaps nails a perfect 20 for 20 entry? There’s a $100,000 bonus that William Hill has ponied up as an added windfall. 

William Hill Sports Books in Las Vegas Offering up $30,000 this College Bowl Season

William Hill Sports Books in Las Vegas Offering up $30,000 this College Bowl Season

Some of the places that William Hill Sports Books can be found in and around Las Vegas include: The Riviera, Hooters, The D, Plaza, Downtown Grand, Binions, Silver Sevens, Tuscany, and at State Line (Primm).

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