Shootout in the Sky

England’s goalkeeping legend Peter Shilton and former Chelsea fullback Graeme Le Saux go head-to-head 200ft. above London to shoot start the biggest single prize in sports betting history – $100 million.

This spectacle is being staged by to mark the UK launch of the 100 million dollar mania. The prize, believed to be the largest stake offering ever, will go to the lucky punter who correctly predicts the outcome of every game of the 2010 FIFA World Cup – win, lose or draw. If no one succeeds in winning the incredible cash prize, will pay a guaranteed $1 million bounty to the competition winner.

The shootout kicked off yesterday (May 17) on the roof of Kingdom Street in Paddington, London. For added pre-World Cup spice, Shilton and Le Saux was joined by ex-Atletico Madrid star and Portuguese World Cup favorite Paolo Futre.


To take part in this competition, all you need is to goto Taking part in the $100 Million Mania is free but participants are required to lodge a deposit of £10 that they can use in any sports bet. All predictions for $100 Million Mania must be lodged by June 10th before the first ball is kicked. You can then sit back and enjoy the 2010 FIFA World Cup in the knowledge that 22 men and a ball could make you $100,000,000 richer.

Whether you consider yourself to be a sporting pundit or just an interested spectator, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to beat the odds and win millions. As the competition progresses, your fellow competitors will fall by the wayside, and if you don’t score the jackpot but you are the last person in contention, will still pay out a guaranteed $1million.

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