CrownBet's Competition to take a $250,000 Mark at the AFL Grand Final

Enter CrownBet's free AFL competition and you could win $250,000 by taking a mark at the MCG on Grand Final day.

We’ve seen some magical marks in the AFL this year but the most spectacular grab could be on Grand Final day! One lucky CrownBet client will get the chance to take a catch worth a quarter of a million dollars!

CrownBet’s AFL Competition

CrownBet, the official betting partner of the AFL have launched a competition named ‘Game of Drones.’ It’s free for all CrownBet members to enter except residents from the ACT. To register simply fill out your details via the online registration form at If you’re not a CrownBet client you can still take part in the competition, just sign up with the bookmaker to get involved. All entries before 11.59pm AEST on Monday September 28 will go into the draw, with only one entry per person eligible.

CrownBet’s Competition Winner

CrownBet’s competition winner will be randomly selected via an electronic draw on Tuesday September 29. The successful entrant will receive a minor prize and of course get the chance to claim the major prize of $250,000. The minor prize is 2 tickets to the AFL grand Final at the MCG on Saturday October 3. Should the winner be from out of state they’ll also be provided return airfares to Melbourne as well as accommodation.

Playing ‘Game of Drones’

At half time during the AFL Grand Final, CrownBet’s competition winner will get their chance to shine. They’ll be required to mark random balls, dropped from a drone in designated areas. Sherrins will have random values assigned to them and if they’re caught by the player, he or she will be awarded the cash. One ball among the several dropped will be worth 250,000 bucks, which is the maximum award which can be won.

You could be the one trying to make your make on the big stage… quite literally! One great grab will see you score the jackpot. Head to CrownBet’s promotion page for further information on the competition and the full terms and conditions.