Soccer 13 in South Africa is one of the most popular soccer betting games. Soccer 13 is originally hosted by Svenska Spel in Sweden, but TAB has a license to operate in South Africa. To win Soccer 13 in South Africa, you must predict the correct outcomes of soccer matches from a list of 13 scheduled soccer matches. Soccer 13 is similar to Soccer 10, except that there are 13 matches instead of 10. Each day, South Africans look for the latest Soccer 13 Fixture so that they can bet and win massive jackpots. The Soccer 13 payouts are even much bigger. In this article, you will learn what is Soccer 13, how it works and how to play Soccer 13 in South Africa.
What is Soccer 13?
Soccer 13 in South Africa is one of the most popular soccer betting games. Soccer 13 is similar to Soccer 10, except there are 13 matches (M1 through M13) instead of 10. Soccer 13 is operated by TAB in partnership with Svenska Spel Sweden. The game is hosted by Svenska Spel in Sweden and their rules apply.
According to Soccer6.co.za, all Soccer 13 pools in South Africa close 2 hours before the official closing time. This is because all Soccer 13 bets in South Africa are collated into a single batch by TAB and sent to Svenska Spel to be commingled into the host pool.
Soccer 13 Fixture
Soccer 13 Fixture is released in South Africa on a regular basis. A popular South African site soccer6.co.za, is best know for publishing the latest Soccer 13 Fixtures South Africa. You can also check the latest Soccer 13 matches and fixtures on TAB and the National Lottery. At Quick Read Magazine, we recommend that punters get a Soccer 13 Fixture in South Africa from the official website that is dedicated to only publishing soccer pools, making the Fixtures to be easily found.
According to bettingguide.co.za, Soccer 13 has two fixture lists, one for the week and the other for the weekend. The weekend Soccer 13 Fixture is posted every week on Wednesdays, while the weekdays Fixture is usually published on a Saturday or Sunday.
How to Play Soccer 13 in South Africa?
To win Soccer 13 in South Africa, you must predict the correct outcomes of soccer matches from a list of 13 scheduled soccer matches. Soccer 13 is similar to Soccer 10, except there are 13 matches (M1 through M13) instead of 10. All results based on score at end of 90 minutes.
There are 13 matches and 3 choices each match:
- Team A Win
- Team B Win
Soccer 13 Results
The result of a match shall be the score at the end of the normal 90-minute playing period. The Soccer 13 results and payouts can be found on the TAB website. The website lists the latest Soccer 13 results, payouts and prizes for each game. For more information, visit http://www.soccer6.co.za/results-and-payouts/soccer-13
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