Win big with Ladbrokes' new football scratchcard during Euro 2016
Thursday 9th June 2016
Ladbrokes are offering an incredible GBP250K top prize in their fantastic new football scratch card games.
Scratch and Match comes just in time for Euro 2016, which starts in France on Friday, with fans able to keep enjoying the football even when the matches have finished (http://games.ladbrokes.com/en/games/scratchcards/Scratch-and-Match-SuperCup).
You might not be able to pick and choose which country to support at the Euros, but you have a choice of four Scratch and Match cards. The great options are listed below:
Scratch and Match Trophy - Stake: GBP1, Top prize: GBP10K
Scratch and Match League - Stake: GBP2, Top prize: GBP25K
Scratch and Match Premier - Stake: GBP5, Top prize: GBP100K
Scratch and Match Super Cup - Stake: GBP10, Top prize: GBP250K
Each card offers a fantastic four opportunities to win. In the first game players must scratch away at a series of football shirts, and a pay-out of up to GBP50 is guaranteed if they reveal a 'No.7'. In game two players must find a 'Goal' within one of six symbols to win a fixed prize.
The really big money is available in games three and four, with players simply needing to match three symbols to win up to GBP10K on the GBP1 card, or an incredible GBP250K through the Super Cup option.
Premier and Super Cup players get an extra chance to win huge sums should they reveal a golden symbol. They then proceed to the 'Golden Bonus' round in which, should they score, Premier players can win up to GBP100K and Super Cup aces can grab a GBP250K top prize.
Scratch and Match was created by CORE Gaming, the developer behind the brilliant Scratch 4 range of games.
CORE's Mark Smith said: "Scratch cards are among the most popular games we offer, and customers love it when we bring out something new.
"It's fantastic to partner with such a huge company as Ladbrokes on this range of Scratch and Match games, and we think their online and mobile players will have great fun scratching away this summer."