EURO 2016 tipster competition

EURO 2016 tipster competition

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Which football team will win the Euro 2016 title in France? If you think you know it better than others, join our fantastic tipster competition!

EURO 2016 tipster competition

“Le Rendez-Vous” is the official slogan of the 2016 UEFA EURO Championship which will be just in a few days in the spotlight of millions of sport fans around the globe. This tournament is a perfect opportunity to join our free EURO 2016 tipster competition which will consists of the complete set of 51 matches played within the tournament, starting with the opening match played on 10th of June and ending with the final match played on 10th of July 2016.

All our tipster competitions are completely free to enter and organised purely for fun. Nevertheless, we boost the enjoyment of our competitions through awarding financial prizes to our most successful tipsters. The most successful tipsters of EURO 2016 tipster competition will be awarded as follows:

1. Place = 50 Eur,

2. Place = 30 Eur,

3. Place = 20 Eur.

The Slovak players who will finish among first 10 players in our competition will besides the financial prizes defined above win also a 20 Eur free bet at our partner Fortuna. In order to qualify for this free bet opportunity, tipsters are required to have an account at Fortuna and to make at least 1 bet during EURO 2016 tournament at Fortuna. For further information about precise conditions of the tournament, please refer to the Slovak language version of this site.

Competition rules of EURO 2016 tipster tournament

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Information about 2016 Euro football tournament

“Le Rendez-Vous” is the official slogan of the 2016 UEFA EURO Championship, but as the tournament represents the most prestigious football event regularly taking place on the European continent, we all hope that the game on the pitch will not live up to that slogan and we will instead witness some excellent football full of energy, modern football elements and dramatic moments. The already 15th EURO tournament will be hosted by France, country, where the tournament was organized for the first time in 1960 and one of the world football’s superpowers. It will be already the third EURO tournament hosted by France, including year 1984 when France won the EURO Championship.

France was announced to have won the hosting of the tournament against the bids of Italy, Turkey and joint bid of Norway and Sweden in 2010. France is planning to spend around 1,7 billion EUR on the tournament, including costs for refurbishment of the hosting venues. The tournament will kick off on the 10th of June 2016 and the final game is scheduled for the 10th of July 2016. For the first time in history of the tournament, there will be 24 national teams competing for the Championship title, compere to 16 teams in the last tournaments.

2016 UEFA EURO venues

The 2016 EURO Championship will be played in ten French cities - Paris, Saint-Denis, Marseille, Lyon, Bordeoux, Lille, Nice, Saint-Etienne, Lens and Toulouse. Four of the cities (Lyon, Lille, Nice and Bordeaux) are building completely new stadiums for the purpose of the Tournament, Paris and Marseille are upgrading their existing stadiums.

Source of picture: (Stade de France)

The final match of the tournament should take place at the biggest stadium in France - the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris, with the capacity of approx. 80.000 spectators, which was built for the 1998 World Championship. Its construction began in 1995 and it was officially opened on the 28th of January 1998. Besides other important games, it has also hosted the 1998 World Cup final between France and Brazil as well as two Champions League Finals (2000 and 2006).

The other great venues hosting the tournament are the Stade Velodrome in Marseille with capacity of 65.500 fans, Stade des Lumieres in Lyon with capacity of 58.000 or the Pierre Mauroy Stadium in Lille with the possibility to seat up to 50.186 spectators. Nevertheless, none of the tournament stadiums has a capacity below 30.000 fans so a record number of the spectators can be expected.

2016 UEFA EURO format

Similarly to the World Cup, the EURO Championship is also divided into two parts - the qualification round, which takes approximately 16 months and determines the final stage participants, and the final stage, in which the 23 successful qualifiers and the hosting country compete over period of approximately one month for the EURO Champion title.

The qualification stage for the 2016 EURO starts in September 2014 (couple of months after the FIFA 2014 World Cup) and will finish in November 2015. To advance to the final stage of the tournament, a team must either finish in one of the qualifying spots or win the subsequent play-off phase. For the qualification stage, the 53 qualifiers are divided into 9 groups (8 groups with 6 teams and one group with 5 teams) formed during a draw performed by UEFA on the 23rd of February 2014. The teams were drawn from six, so called, seeding pots, which are formed on the basis of the UEFA national team coefficients, pot number one containing the top-ranked teams and vice versa. In each group there is at least one team from each of the seeding pots.

The group stage follows a league format, which means that teams in each group compete against each other on the home and away basis. After all the matches within the group have been played, the group winners, runners-up and the best third-placed team advance directly to the final stage, the remaining eight third-placed teams must go through a two-legged play-offs which will determine the last four finalists (the teams that score the greater aggregate of goals in each tie advance to the finals, away goals and then penalties will be used to determine the winner in the event of a draw).

During the EURO tournament (both its stages), three points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. If one or more teams have equal number of points after all group matches have been played, the following criteria will determine the more successful team:

  1. Higher number of points obtained in the group matches played among the teams in question.
  2. Superior goal difference from the group matches played among the teams in question.
  3. Higher number of goals scored in the group matches played among the teams in question.
  4. Higher number of goals scored away from home in the group matches played among the teams in question.
  5. Results of all group matches:
    1. Superior goal difference
    2. Higher number of goals scored
    3. Higher number of goals scored away from home
    4. Fair play conduct.
  6. Drawing of lots.

The format of the final stage of the EURO 2016 will be different from the previous EURO tournament. This is due to the increase of the number of finalists from 16 to 24 teams. Two more groups have been added to the group stage as well as round of 16 to the knockout stage, therefore the final stage of the tournament is now divided into a group stage, round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals. In the group stage, the teams will be divided into six groups of four, and teams within each group will play one match against each other. After all the group stage matches have been played, the two best teams from each group as well as the four best third-ranked teams advance to the round of sixteen.

If two or more teams have gained the same number of points after the completion of the group matches, the following tie-breaking criteria will be applied:

  1. Higher number of points obtained in the matches played between the teams in question;
  2. Superior goal difference resulting from the matches played between the teams in question;
  3. Higher number of goals scored in the matches played between the teams in question;
  4. If, after having applied criteria 1 to 3, teams still have an equal ranking, criteria 1 to 3 are reapplied exclusively to the matches between the teams in question to determine their final rankings. If this procedure does not lead to a decision, criteria 5 to 9 apply;
  5. Superior goal difference in all group matches;
  6. Higher number of goals scored in all group matches;
  7. If only two teams have the same number of points, and they are tied according to criteria 1–6 after having met in the last round of the group stage, their ranking is determined by a penalty shoot-out (this criteria is not used if more than two teams have the same number of points).
  8. Fair play conduct (1 point for a single yellow card, 3 points for a red card as a consequence of two yellow cards, 3 points for a direct red card, 4 points for a yellow card followed by a direct red card);
  9. Position in the UEFA national team coefficient ranking system.

The four best third-placed teams are determined according to the following criteria: higher number of points obtained; superior goal difference; higher number of goals scored; fair play conduct; position in the UEFA national team coefficient ranking system.

Knockout stage structure


Round of 16

QF 1: Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2

Match 1: Runner-up Group A vs. Runner-up Group C

QF 2: Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

Match 2: Winner Group D vs. 3rd Place Group B/E/F

QF 3: Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6

Match 3: Winner Group B vs. 3rd Place Group A/C/D

QF 4: Winner Match 7 vs. Winner Match 8

Match 4: Winner Group F vs. Runner-up Group E


Match 5: Winner Group C vs. 3rd Place Group A/B/F

SF 1: Winner QF 1 vs. Winner QF 2

Match 6: Winner Group E vs. Runner-up Group D

SF 2: Winner QF 3 vs. Winner QF 4

Match 7: Winner Group A vs. 3rd Place Group C/D/E


Match 8: Runner-up Group B vs. Runner-up Group F

Winner of SF 1 vs. Winner of SF 2


2016 UEFA EURO participants

Apart from France – the hosting country which qualifies automatically for the tournament, the remaining 23 participants of the EURO 2016 will be only known after the complete qualification stage (including play-offs) has been concluded. In total 53 teams will take part in the qualification stage of the tournament and based on the draw from the 23rd of February 2014, the teams will be divided into the following nine groups:

  1. Group "A": Netherlands, Czech Republic, Turkey, Latvia, Iceland, Kazakhstan,
  2. Group "B": Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Israel, Wales, Cyprus, Andorra,
  3. Group "C": Spain, Ukraine, Slovakia, Belarus, FYROM (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), Luxembourg,
  4. Group "D": Germany, Republic of Ireland, Poland, Scotland, Georgia, Gibraltar,
  5. Group "E": England, Switzerland, Slovenia, Estonia, Lithuania, San Marino,
  6. Group "F": Greece, Hungary, Romania, Finland, Northern Ireland, Faroe Islands,
  7. Group "G": Russia, Sweden, Austria, Montenegro, Moldova, Liechtenstein,
  8. Group "H": Italy, Croatia, Norway, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Malta,
  9. Group "I": Portugal, Denmark, Serbia, Armenia, Albania.

2016 UEFA EURO trophy

The winner of the European Championship title is awarded the Henri Delaunay Trophy, named in honour of Henri Delaunay, the first General Secretary of UEFA, General Secretary of the French Football Association and the father of the idea of a European Championship, who however, died five years before the first EURO tournament. The original trophy was created from Delaunay son’s Pierre initiative, who replaced his father in the role of UEFA General Secretary. The trophy was manufactured by the Chobillon goldsmith in 1960 and purchased by French jeweller Arthus-Bertrand’s company.

Before the EURO 2008 the original trophy was slightly re-designed and enlarged. The new trophy, still based on the original design, was produced by famous London’s silversmiths and jewellers Asprey and it’s made of sterling silver. It weighs 8kg, is 60 cm (2kg and 18 cm more than the original) tall and names of the EURO Championship winners are engraved on the back of the trophy.

Compare to the original, a small figure juggling a ball and the marble plinth were removed from the back of the trophy and the silver base of the trophy was made larger. The EURO championship winner doesn’t actually win the trophy, only the right to keep it until it is handed over to the next EURO tournament winner.

Brief history of the UEFA EURO

The first idea to organize a tournament for European nations dates back to 1927 when it was proposed by the French Football Federation’s secretary-general Henri Delaunay. However, his idea materialized only 31 years later in 1958, when qualification for the first EURO tournament started (at the time called the UEFA European Nations Cup, this name lasted until 1968), and the final competition of the tournament was played in 1960, originally only between four nations that qualified from the 17 qualifiers.

The format of only four finalists was applied until 1976, while the number of qualifiers has been constantly growing over the years. In 1980, the number of national teams in the final competition increased to eight and it also involved a group stage (two groups with 4 teams each) after which the group winners played for the EURO Champion title and the runner-ups for the third place. This system changed again for the next tournament in 1984, when the top two teams from each group advanced to semi-final stage and there was no third-place game involved.

For the 1996 UEFA EURO in England, the number of competitors in the final stage doubled again, bringing it to 16. Due to the higher number of finalists, the teams had to play a quarter-final stage for the first time in the tournament history. The 2000 EURO Championship, organized four years later, was also unique as it was jointly hosted by two countries – Netherlands and Belgium. Since then, the joint hosting of the tournaments has been repeated already twice (2008, 2012). The latest significant change to the tournament format is the increase of the finalists from 16 to 24, which will be applicable from the 2016 EURO Championship. This decision was triggered by the increased number of football associations in Europe after the breakups of several countries (Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia) and the inclusion of Israel and Kazakhstan.

The last EURO Championship title holder is Spain, who won the previous tournament in 2012 hosted jointly by Poland and Ukraine. BY winning the 2012 tournament, Spain became the only nation to win the title twice in a row. The 14 UEFA EURO tournaments have been won by nine different national teams. The most frequent winners are Germany and Spain with three EURO Champion titles, followed by France with two titles. Soviet Union, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Netherlands, Denmark and Greece have won the championship once so far.

According to the latest UEFA statement, the next EURO Championship in 2020 will not be organized by one single country, but the matches should be spread across several European states/cities.


Source of illustration picture: © KB3 -

Terms and Conditions of Betting in EURO 2016 tipster competition

1. Organiser:

Inventic, s. r. o.
018 26 Plevník - Drienové 523
Slovak Republic
Identification No. of the company: 45519978


2. EURO 2016 tipster competition starts on 10.06.2016, ends on 10.07.2016.


3. Additional conditions of participation in the tournament:

Conditions of participation in tipster competition are specified in the general Terms and Conditions. In accordance with the Terms and Conditions, every player (natural person) must be over 18 years of age and can have only one account at The player has to fill in the home country in his profile. (Go through main menu > select page "manage profile").


4. Rules of evaluation of the tournament and determination of the winners:

Standard rules based on the default evaluation criteria (in the order of priority): Level Stakes Profit (LSP), Return On Investment (ROI), Win Rate.

The first condition to qualify for the prizes is that the player has to place at least 20 bets in EURO 2016 tipster competition.


Our next condition to qualify for awarding prizes is the requirement of positive LSP score in EURO 2016 tipster tournament.


5. Prizes:

Financial prizes:

1. place = 50 €,
2. place = 30 €,
3. place = 20 €

In the case that an awarded player does not meet all criteria necessary for awarding prize, the next player in order will be entitled to win a prize.


The Slovak players who will finish among first 10 players win also the possibility to get a 20 Eur free bet at our partner Fortuna. In order to qualify for this free bet opportunity there is an additional requirement to have an opened account at Fortuna and to place at least one valid bet during EURO 2016 tournament. For futher information please refer to the Slovak version of this terms below.



6. Handover of prizes:

The organiser will contact winners of the competition via email to confirm the fulfilment of competition's conditions, the tipster's age as well as to negotiate handover of the prizes within 10 working days after the tipster competition has finished. The tipster competition is considered completed after the result of the last match will be known. If the results will be delayed due to interruption of the games or other external circumstances, rules of evaluating results specified in the section Frequently Asked Questions will be applied.


In case of awarding a financial prize to a player who is a Slovak citizen, the money will be transferred via a bank transfer, in case of awarding prize to a player who is a citizen of other country, the money will be transferred via the sevice called If a player doesn't have a Skrill account, he can open it via this link, the service is provided free of charge.


If a player doesn't respond to this email message within 10 working days, the prize will not be awarded to the player in question.


7. All issues concerning this tournament not specifically stipulated in this statute are governed by the General Terms and ConditionsFrequently Asked Questions and the Privacy Policy of, respectively.


8. By joining the tournament, the players taking part in it acknowledge and agree that their user e-mails (submitted to may be provided to the organizer of this tournament who may in turn use them in accordance with Sections 15 through 17 of the Privacy Policy.


Podmienky tipovania v tipovačke EURO 2016

1. Organizátor:

Inventic, s. r. o.
018 26 Plevník - Drienové 523
Slovenská republika
IČO spoločnosti: 45519978


2. Tipovacia súťaž trvá od 10.06.2016 do 10.07.2016.


3. Dodatočné podmienky účasti v tipovacej súťaži:

Podmienky účasti v tipovacej súťaží sa riadia Všeobecnými podmienkami používania služieb portálu V súlade s týmito podmienkami musí mať každý hráč viac ako 18 rokov a môže súťažich len pod 1 účtom. Hráč musí mať vyplnený svoj profil, a to najmä uvedenú svoju domovskú krajinu (hlavné menu > vyberte stránku "môj profil").


4. Pravidlá vyhodnocovania tipovacej súťaže a podmienky priznania cien víťazom:

Pre určenie víťazov je rozhodujúce kritérium dosiahnutého zisku (LSP – Levered Stake Profit) nasledované kritériom výnosnosti (ROI) a dosiahnutou mierou úspešnosti tipov (Win rate).

Prvou podmienkou pre udelenie cien je, že tipér musí mať minimálne 20 vyhodnotených tipov v tipovačke. Druhou podmienkou je, že tipér musí v rámci tipovacej súťaže dosiahnuť kladné skóre LSP.


5. Ceny:

Finančné odmeny:

1. miesto = 50 €,
2. miesto = 30 €,
3. miesto = 20 €,


V prípade, že niektorý z ocenených hráčov nesplní podmienky na udelenie finančnej ceny, nárok na výhru je priznaný ďalšiemu hráčovi v poradí.


Voľné stávky:

Hráči, ktorí skončia na 1. až 10. mieste v tipovacej súťaži a: 

  • sú slovenskej národnosti, 
  • majú účet v stávkovej kancelárii Fortuna a
  • počas trvania futbalového turnaja EURO 2016 podali aspoň 1 stávku vo Fortune,


získajú 20 Eurovú voľnú stávku u partnera súťaže - stávkovej kancelárie Fortuna. Vyplatenie voľnej stávky vo Fortune dohodneme overení všetkých podmienok po vyhodnotení tipovačky.


Ak ešte nemáš otvorený účet v kancelárii Fortuna, otvor si ho prostredníctvom tohto linku a získaš stávku v hodnote 30 Eur zadarmo a tiež bonus až do výšky 100 Eur.


6. Odovzdávanie cien:

Organizátor bude kontaktovať hráča prostredníctvom emailu za účelom potvrdenia splnenia podmienok súťaže, veku a dohodnutia spôsobu odovzdania ceny najneskôr do 10 pracovných dní po ukončení súťaže. Súťaž sa považuje za ukončenú vyhodnotením posledného zápasu, ktorý bolo možné tipovať v rámci mesačnej tipovacej súťaže. Ak sa vyhodnotenie zápasov zdrží v dôsledku prerušenia zápasu, postupuje sa v zmysle pravidiel vyhodnocovania zápasov uvedených v sekcii častých otázok.


V prípade udeľovania finančnej odmeny táto bude v rámci SR poukázaná prevodom na účet, v prípade udeľovania finančnej odmeny hráčom mimo Slovenska, bude na prevod použitá internetová služba Skrill. Ak hráč nemá zriadený účet na službe Skrill, môže si ho zriadiť prostredníctvom tohto linku, služba je bezplatná.


Ak sa Organizátorovi nepodarí spojiť s hráčom do 10 pracovných dní, nárok na prípadnú výhru hráčovi zaniká.


7. Všetky ostatné záležitosti týkajúce sa tejto tipovacej súťaže, ktoré nie sú špecificky upravené v týchto podmienkach, sú upravené vo Všeobecných podmienkachČasto kladených otázkach alebo Podmienkach ochrany osobných ú


8. Zapojením sa do tipovacej súťaže je hráč uzrozumený, že Organizátor je oprávnený komunikovať s hráčom prostredníctvom emailu spôsobom upraveným prostredníctvom v článkoch 15 až 17 Zásady ochrany osobných údajov.

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