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Take Part in the $1 Billion Game for Good
If you won $1 billion, how much would you give to charity?Play your part in creating the world’s largest prize and charitable event.
Ten leading charities including WSPA Australia ( the reason why i am promoting this game) have signed up to be beneficiaries of the game. Other charities include: Age UK, Amnesty UK, British Red Cross, Cool Earth, Guide Dogs UK, Merlin, World Cancer Research Fund, World Heart Foundation and WWF UK.Funds raised for WSPA Australia will support our overall vision for animal welfare.
Jaro aims to be the single largest fundraising initiative in the world and potentially the provider of the biggest single prize pot of money ever!
Rules of Jaro
In Jaro, the goal is to guess the location of your opponent’s numbers (1 to 9 inclusive). The player who guesses most accurately, wins the game and progresses into the next round. The last player left standing wins the Jaro tournament and the prize pool can win upto 1 billion. There are no cash prizes for second place.
Tickets cost US$10 plus a 5% service fee plus any payment processing fees. Payment processing fees will vary depending on payment method and card provider.
Prize pool and charity contribution split
Firstly, each player chooses how much of their ticket purchase should be donated to charity and how much should be contributed to the prize pool.This is what we refer to as the ‘split’. For example if a player purchases one US$10 ticket and he or she chooses to split 50% of the purchase with their charitable causes—US$5 goes to the prize pool and US$5 is donated to charity.
Visit https://www.jaro.com/ for more details
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