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New Sit&Go competition of MFX: everyone gets the prizes!

MFX Broker starts a series of unique competitions Sit&Go Lucky with no defeated – absolutely everyone will get the prize!

Sit&Go competitions consist of separate rounds each of which starts right after the last participant is registered is created for five participants.

Denis Kulagin
head of MFX Broker marketing department:
Due to extremely simple rules and vibrancy, this type of competition gains popularity among both experienced traders and novice ones. The competition gives them all the chance to try themselves without any risk. Every Sit&Go Lucky competition lasts for three hours, participation buy-in composes just $2 and it is fully used for creation of the prize fund – MFX Broker takes no fee for participation.

Competition is held on demo accounts with similar initial balance. 

The winners are determined according to the state of the account for the moment of the competition’s finish. There are no defeated parties in Sit&Go Lucky because every participant, even the last one, gets cash prize according to the rules of the competition.

Any certified trader of MFX Broker can take part in this competition. The number of Sit&Go Lucky rounds which one and the same trader can participate in is not limited, so absolutely everyone has chance to get the lion’s share of the prize fund having taken the first place.

Monday, 09 Feb, 2015 / 10:53

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Source : https://mfxbroker.com/en/news/09022015-lucky

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