How do you play Bitcoin Squares?
It’s simple. Just pick a game under Live Contests in the Bitcoin Squares main page, click Join Now and you will be sent to a specific Bitcoin Squares matchup page.
On the matchup page, you can pick a “square” — or a two-digit number combination– in a 10×10 grid. This will be your entry for a particular contest.
How do you gain entry to Bitcoin Squares (Free Entry)?
You must be logged in to your nitrobetting.eu account before being eligible to join the contest and select a square. Once you’re logged in, you will be able to select a square, which will be your entry to the contest.
How do you gain entry to Bitcoin Squares (Betslip Buy-in)?
You must be logged in to your nitrobetting.eu account before being eligible to join the contest and select a square. Once you’re logged in, you can send a betslip, which is part of the requirement for betslip buy-in Bitcoin Squares, and then select a square for your entry to the contest.
What is a “betslip buy-in”?
Entries to Bitcoin Squares are either free or via betslip buy-in. In betslip buy-in Bitcoin Squares contests, users are required to submit a valid betslip before selecting a square. Each betslip submitted is subject to system review which determines its validity.
Are there bet requirements for betslips submitted for Bitcoin Squares with betslip buy-in?
Yes, there are betslip requirements and this will be explicitly stated in each contest. Each betslip must be made within a specified Date Range and fall in with a predetermined Minimum Bet Risk.
Are wagers from free bets allowed to be an entry to betslip buy-in Bitcoin Squares?
Wagers using free bets are not allowed to be used to enter Bitcoin Squares contests.
How do you win the Bitcoin Squares contests?
You win a contest if you have picked the square that reflects the winning number combination of a particular matchup. The winning square is determined by the last two digits of the final score of each side/team in the chosen matchup.
The winning team’s last digit in their final score will be the first number and the losing team’s last digit in their final score will be the second number in the winning square.
Example: The final score in a Utah Jazz vs. Denver Nuggets game is Jazz 105, Nuggets91. The winning combination for this particular game/example is 5-1, which means entries under 5-1 will be declared the winners.
Is a 5-1 square different from a 1-5 square?
Yes, it is different. The last digit of the winning team’s final score always comes first before the last digit of the losing team’s final score when determining the winning square.
Using the example above, the winning team’s last digit (Jazz’s 5) is the first digit of the winning square and the losing team’s last digit (Nuggets’ 1) is the second digit in the winning square, which is 5-1 in this scenario.
What happens if a game goes to overtime?
In case a game goes to overtime or a number of overtimes, the score considered for the purpose of the Bitcoin Squares is the final score for the game, meaning the scores of the teams after overtime and not after regulation period.
How many squares/number combinations can I pick for each Bitcoin Squares contest?
A user is allowed to choose only one (1) square per Bitcoin Squares contest, unless stated otherwise in the general rules section of the square. In the future, we may offer Bitcoin Squares contests with different variations like allowing a user to choose multiple squares in a single contest.
How many users are allowed to select a single square for each Bitcoin Squares contest?
Unless stated otherwise in the general rules section of the square, each square will only have ten (10 slots available for ten (10) different users. In the future, we may offer Bitcoin Squares contests with different variations like allowing just one user per square or another predetermined number of users per square.
How much are prizes in the Bitcoin Squares contests?
The amount of prizes in Bitcoin Squares contests vary from one another. The prizes will be prominently displayed in each contest.
How much can I win in Nitrobetting Bitcoin Squares contests?
Each contest will have a predetermined amount of prizes/prize pools and this prize will be shared among the entries/users who have picked the winning square.
For example, there are 10 entries under a winning square. This means that the prize will be divided by 10, and equally shared among those 10 entries.
On the flip side, if there is a single entry under the winning square, s/he will be the sole winner and will be awarded the entire prize.
How do you win the Bitcoin Squares Esports contests? / Where will you base the winning scores (or winning square) for Esports events?
The result of the featured matchup does not have a bearing in the declaration of the winning square. Instead, the total hero/champion kills from both teams will be the basis for the winning square.
The winning square is determined by the last two digits of the final hero/champion kill score of each team in the chosen matchup.
The team with the higher total hero/champion kills will be the first number and the team with the lower total hero/champion kills will be the second number in the winning square. In case of a tie, or the same number of kills, the order will not matter and the winning square will be those digits.
The final total hero kill score in game 1 of OG vs Team Liquid is 51-44. The winning combination for this particular match/example is 1-4, which means entries under 1-4 will be declared as winners.
The final total hero kill score in game 1 of OG vs Team Liquid is 66-66. The winning combination for this particular match/example is 6-6, which means entries under 6-6 will be declared as winners.
Is a selected match in esports per game or the whole series?
Only a selected game/map in a series will be counted and a chosen game (e.g. Game 1 of OG vs Team Liquid). This will be explicitly stated on the matchup page.
What are the prizes in the Bitcoin Squares contests?
All prizes will be paid in bitcoin free bets at nitrobetting.eu sportsbook.
When are the Bitcoin Squares prizes awarded to the winners?
All prizes will be awarded within 24 to 48 hours and after verification of all entries and winning entries.
When can I start picking my squares in the Bitcoin Squares contest?
Each Bitcoin Squares contest will have different times of when they go “live”– or when users can start selecting their squares.
When do Bitcoin Squares contests close for entries?
Generally, deadlines for each contest will be near the tip-off time/start of a particular matchup. The deadline for each contest will be prominently displayed on the matchup page.
Are there any rollover requirements for this promotion?
All users are required to make a first-time deposit and provide significant action before being able to withdraw any winnings from Nitrobetting poker freerolls, contests, and free bets including these Bitcoin Squares contests.
Can I enter more than once for each Bitcoin Squares contest?
Most Bitcoin Squares contests allow just one (1) entry per user. In some cases, multiple entries from a user are allowed in a single Bitcoin Squares contest. For some betslip buy-in Bitcoin Squares contests, users are given the chance to select multiple squares as entries. Each of these entries is required to come with a unique betslip that conforms to the preset betslip qualifications.
Can I enter more than one Bitcoin Squares contest?
Yes, you are allowed to join multiple Bitcoin Squares in a single day.
Can I see the squares/selections of other players?
Yes. You can view the squares/selections of other players by clicking on any square and it will show you the selections of other players.
What happens if a game is rescheduled or cancelled?
We will void all entries for games that are rescheduled or cancelled.
Can I select squares in advance?
As long as a contest is “live”, you can make your picks.
Can I change my squares/selections after I have made my pick?
No. Once a user has made a pick, he/she can no longer change it under any circumstances.
I see some errors in your Bitcoin Squares contest. Where can I send questions, clarifications and suggestions?
Email [email protected] for any queries regarding Bitcoin Squares.
What if something happens that is not covered by any of the rules above?
In cases where no rules can be applied, Nitrobetting reserves the right to apply their own judgement in handling and weighing the options to resolve issues. In cases where the judgement can/will affect multiple players, we try our hardest to ensure all decisions remain consistent across all player accounts.