The Oscars are a excellent occasion for movie buffs who enjoy watching their favourite stars rewarded for their efforts. Along with the Oscars (a.k.a. Academy Awards) are even more enjoyable to see if you’re doing it with friends and/or co-workers.
Of course, most people do not just get together and watch the Oscars for a social event. However, you may turn this into a fun affair by hosting your betting pool.
If you like the Oscars and would like to make more excitement with friends, follow along as I discuss how to set up a betting pool. I’ll also cover why you should understand your state gaming laws first, and if you should consider an Oscars fantasy draft instead.
Who Do You Hold an Oscars Betting Pool For?
I simply clarified holding an Oscars betting events to your pals. But this isn’t the only group you can to sponsor an Oscars betting pool for.
Here are some ideas of different groups that might like such an occasion:
Coworkers — Office betting pools are always common. If you have enough colleagues who adore this awards 17, such is true for the Oscars.
Customers — if you have a company, you might run a non-cash gaming pool and provide awards to whoever guesses the most Oscars winners.
Social Media Followers — Twitter is a great place to conduct pools like this because it gives you the capability to set up different alternatives and have followers vote.
Friends — Again, the most exciting way to have an Oscars occasion is by watching it with your buddies.

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