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ESPN Streak for the Cash


ESPN Streak for the Cash
  • Publisher: ESPN
  • Genre: Sports
  • Released: 22 Dec, 2009
  • Size: 5.9 MB
  • Price: FREE!
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Description

Think you know sports? Put your prediction talents to the ultimate test with ESPN Streak for the Cash.

This popular game challenges you to build the longest streak of correct picks from a daily list of matchups across the world of sports. And now you can pick anywhere and anytime using your iPhone or iPod touch.

ESPN Streak for the Cash features:
* Make multiple picks a day & preview matches
* Compete to win over $1.2 million in yearly prizes.
* Discuss the Streak matchups with other sports fanatics and Streak aficionadas.
* Track your personal stats and pick history.
* Follow the Leaderboards and measure yourself against the longest streaks.
* Track your performance and compete against friends, family, and coworkers within private and public groups.
* Streak Alerts - Receive notifications with your pick results that will let you know when it’s time to make your next selection!

ESPN Streak for the Cash.

Predict the Winners. Build a streak. Win the cash.

What's New in Version 3.1.5

- New design for increased readability.
- Improved performance across all device types.
- App now allows you to sign-in with Facebook.
- Enlarged buttons to allow easy access to matchup conversations, status alerts, and group options.
- Fixed issue which was causing some users to no longer receive alerts.

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