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FanDuel Has a Free Roll Election Game With a $50,000 Prize Pool

As you are assuredly aware, the presidential election between Joe Biden and Donald Trump culminates next Tuesday. OutKick’s partners at FanDuel are hosting a fun free roll game where you get 1,000 tokens to disperse amongst 17 different props. They are calling it Bet the Ballot, and there are $50,000 in prizes up for grabs. The way to play is to go to the FanDuel daily fantasy site here, and scroll down to “free to play”. Here are the odds you can pick between for the sweepstakes:

Who will win the US presidency?
Joe Biden -175
Donald Trump +138

Who will win the MAJORITY in the Senate?
Democrats -175
Republicans +200

Who will win majority of states?
Biden -120
Trump +105

Will Trump win at least one state that Hillary Clinton won in 2016?
Yes +150
No -200

Will either candidate win the popular vote by 10% or more?
Yes +175
No -200

Will there be at least one state who elects a Democratic senator but awards its electoral votes to Trump?
Yes -150
No +110

Will there be at least one state who elects a Republican senator but awards its electoral votes to Biden?
Yes -150
No +110

Will Biden be the first Democrat since 1976 to win Texas?
Yes +225
No -333

Who will win Florida?
Biden -150
Trump +110

Who will win Iowa?
Biden +125
Trump -175

Who will win Ohio?
Biden +110
Trump -149

Who will win North Carolina?
Biden -150
Trump +110

Who will win Georgia?
Biden -150
Trump +110

Who will win Michigan?
Biden -350
Trump +225

Who will win Pennsylvania?
Biden -350
Trump +225

Who will win Arizona?
Biden -225
Trump +163

Who will win Nevada?
Biden -350
Trump +225

Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.

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