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Here’s how to bet on Madden NFL 20 Simulation Games

If you are reading this, you are probably like us and thoroughly miss betting on live sports. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way of life for people all over the world, and in the grand scheme of things, not having sports to watch or bet on for the last month isn’t really that big of a deal. Still, sports and betting are two “normals” we truly miss.

Until sports officially come back (the PGA Tour is planning to re-start in June without fans), one of the best options out there for sports bettors is wagering on Madden NFL 20 simulated games (a.k.a. Madden 20 sims).

Our friends at MyBookie.ag have one of the most expansive Madden 20 Sim offerings in the industry.

Here’s how you can get in on the action.

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Create your account:

First off, you need to create an account with MyBookie. When you do so, use the promo code ODDSON and you’ll get a nice freeplay match on your deposit.

Check the betting lines and place a wager:

MyBookie is offering Moneyline (ML), against the spread (ATS), over/under (o/u), and prop bets for every simulation game — just like every other NFL game you’ve bet on in the past.

On that note, you can also create parlay and teaser cards using the betting lines for each day’s Sims.

How the simulations work:

  • MyBookie’s Madden NFL 20 Sims are all set to run 15-minute quarters on the game’s most difficult setting mode (All-Madden).
  • The weather conditions are pre-determined, so bettors won’t have to play the guessing game when it comes to field conditions, wind, rain, etc. Yes, weather does matter in Madden NFL 20 — especially on All-Madden mode.
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  • The rosters used in MyBookie’s simulations look exactly like each NFL team’s roster at the end of the 2019 season. Rosters are not reflective of the 2020 NFL offseason (free agency, trades, etc.) — Tom Brady is still on the Patriots, for example.
    • Note: If you are unfamiliar, the Madden NFL 20 staff works diligently to ensure each specific player in the game has a similar skillset to their real life skillset. (i.e. Tyreek Hill is the fastest player in the game)
  • Simulations will be broadcast live on MyBookie’s Twitch channel, and will be completely out of the hands of the person/sportsbook running the sim.

The Bottom Line:

Is this the same as betting on live NFL games? No.

Is it something that’s fun and entertaining that can help fill a massive void in your life right now? Absolutely.

Note: This post was sponsored by MyBookie.ag.

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