The victor went to the Eskimos’ office first thing Friday morning. An authority check presentation has been booked for Tuesday
25 july 2014
Watch above: Many disappointed fans stormed out of Commonwealth Stadium in the wake of using piece of the amusement holding up for 50/50 tickets that some didn’t even get to purchase. Shrub Gregory reports.
EDMONTON — A 20-year-old Edmonton man who went to Thursday night’s Eskimos diversion is $348,534 wealthier, in the wake of winning the exceedingly expected 50/50 draw.
The victor went to the Eskimos’ office first thing Friday morning. An authority check presentation has been booked for Tuesday.
The previous evening’s win adds up to more than a large portion of the aggregate sum distributed last season. In 2013, $678,353 was recompensed to 10 separate champs.
It’s likewise more than most CFL players will make in a year.
A little more than 40,000 individuals went to the amusement at Commonwealth Stadium, and numerous remained in long lines for an opportunity to get their active the colossal prize.
Edmonton cops were close by to control swarms, as there were some disappointed fans who weren’t ready to purchase a ticket before deals were cut off.
A few individuals said they remained in line for 60 minutes to get tickets for the big stake, which hit $250,000 by the center of the second quarter.
Numerous fans were short of what awed with the hold up time.
“Silly. Epic fall flat. Epic fizzle,” said Eskimos’ fan Daniel Gilchrist as he at long last arrived at the front of a line. “I’ve effectively put more than a hour in line, you’ve gotta experience with it.”
“I purchased $260 worth of tickets,” said Donny, an Esks fa