2017 NFL Streak Contest has One Man on Massive Roll at BetDSI

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BetDSI.com is one of the websites renowned for their NFL Streak Contests and this year they have quite a successful entrant to kick things off.

“We have customer that has picked 18 straight winners,” BetDSI.com spokesperson Jacob Crossman tells Gambling911.com. “He's already won a handful of free play prizes and is now three wins away from $25K. He has a maximum of three days to make his next selection.”

With the 2017 NFL Streak Contest, you can win up to $25,000 in cash in the BetDSI Free Streak Contest. All you have to do to earn money is start picking winners. You can earn money simply with a five-game winning streak and if you can put together a winning streak of 21 you will win $25,000 in cash. And it doesn’t cost anything to get started as the contest is free to BetDSI members.

Watch the video below for more and be sure to take part in this year’s NFL Streak Contest here.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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