PointsBet’s Name a Bet by OddsUSA
The PointsBet Name a Bet by OddsUSA
One of the biggest names in sports gambling is teaming up with OddsUSA to help you create the most unique betting markets in the United States. PointsBet and OddsUSA are teaming up for the PointsBet Name a Bet by OddsUSA promotion where you can submit your requests and suggestions for different parlays and sports betting markets that you would like to wager on. Only the best of the best wagers will be accepted so make sure you take your time and think of something sportsfans around the country would like to gamble on.
The first PointBet Name a Bet will run through at least the start of the baseball season (Opening Day: March 26) and features a man that is going to try to lay down the law in the 2020 season; Aaron Judge. In the wake of the Astros cheating scandal, many people (even Yankees haters) feel like Judge was cheated out of the 2017 AL MVP Award as he lost to the Astros Jose Altuve. Now with Altuve no longer getting signals from the dugout, PointsBet is giving you the opportunity to make some serious money if Karma plays her part. The first PointsBet Name a Bet by OddsUSA is a Parlay of “Aaron Judge to win AL MVP & Yankees to Win World Series.”
The Parlay is currently paying off at an astounding +4000. Considering Judge is only a couple of years removed from (probably wrongfully) finishing second in the AL MVP voting and the New York Yankees added Gerrit Cole to the rotation, this is a mega parlay that has a real chance of hitting. Not only are the Yankees expected to have a terrific 2020 season, but their competition and Judge’s competition both got worse. The Astros obviously are expected to not be as much of a juggernaut in the wake of the cheating scandal and Judge has one fewer MVP candidate to worry about in the Wake of the Mookie Betts trade. Do you think Judge and the Yankees have what it take to pull off the double? Now with PointsBet’s Name a Bet by OddsUSA, you can make some serious money if they do. Good luck… and keep an ear out for the trashcans.