While in the UK sports fans are most enthusiastic about the Champions League or the Premier League, in the US the biggest event by far is the Super Bowl – the NFL’s championship game which grants one rugby team the prestigious title of champions, alongside probably the most coveted trophy in the country. And while UK punters have usually abstained from betting on the Super Bowl for a variety of reasons, this year 10Bet is providing them with the opportunity to participate.
The Historic Super Bowl Match
This year’s Super Bowl will take place in February 7th and will see the defending champions Kansas City Chiefs go up against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the most coveted trophy in the game. The Chiefs’ win back in 2020 came as a huge surprise, as their last win was all the way back in 1970 while they went up against 5-time champions the San Francisco 49ers – there’s no other way to describe that match than an underdog story. But the Buccaneers themselves have only won the trophy once, and that was in 2003, almost 20 years ago. They have nothing to lose, but everything to gain, all while the Chiefs will desperately try to hold onto their well-earned glory.
This exciting match can go either way, and the 10Bet odds reflect that. While the Chiefs have slightly better odds, totaling at 50/51, the Buccaneers aren’t too far behind with 50/57. Experts and fans are both divided over who the favourite of the match is, which is proof that it’s going to be an exciting game to remember. Will you make the safer bet, that the Chiefs will hold onto their title? Or will you go all in on the Buccaneers living up to their name and stealing it from them? Whichever one you pick, 10Bet has a little something extra for you to sweeten the deal: a free Super Bowl bet.
The £5 Free Bet Bonus Offer
It’s important to remember that the Super Bowl is so much more than just a rugby game – the ads that air during its breaks will undoubtedly reach iconic status over the next year, and the musical performances by world-famous artists can be enjoyed even by those who don’t know a thing about rugby. Probably the most coveted and prestigious performance is that of the American national anthem, which has historically been performed by artists such as Beyonce and Lady Gaga. Each artist has historically put their own spin on the iconic anthem, to the point where Whitney Houston’s performance during the 1991 Super Bowl was enough to bring attendees to tears, while Fergie’s rendition during the 2018 NBA All-Stars match also brought attendees to tears, albeit for very different reasons.
This year, the anthem will be sung by Grammy-nominated artists Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church. The question that 10Bet places to punters is how long their unique rendition of the anthem will last? While historically the performance has hovered around the 2 minute mark, it’s not at all uncommon for an artist that sings more slowly to go over that time. If Sullivan and Church do exceed the 2 minute slot, then you win a £5 free bet to use on any match – no strings attached!