Drake announces a live online betting event: it will offer winnings to fans

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Drake is teaming up with Stake to host a live event where he will play for “real money” which he will give away to his fans.

Drake is sharing his love of the game with his fans by announcing a live event in conjunction with Canadian online betting platform Stake.


He took to social media to share a trailer from the event. The visuals feature Drake engaged in his love of roulette, scoring big wins online and on the basketball court. Titled “Drake on Stake,” it revealed that any winnings he makes from the live event will go to his fans.

“It was inevitable 🤑🤑🤑 Drake and @stake reunited 🤞🏽,” he wrote in the caption. “I will be announcing a date for an upcoming live event where I play to win real money and give it my all because what better way to share the love with my people 💴 stay tuned for more details .”

The God 6 often displays his passion for throwing down a few dollars, whether on sports or casino games like blackjack or roulette.

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“Drake spotted the game on @Stake Earlier today he posted an Instagram story making $215,000 on Lightning Roulette Crazy stuff 🤯”

Drake spotted the game on @Miser

Earlier today he posted an Instagram story making $215,000 on Lightning Roulette Crazy stuff 🤯 https://t.co/uRrLHCkPqt

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Drake wins big at the Super Bowl

Drake is no stranger to big wins from his online betting businesses. In last month’s Super Bowl, Drake bet $1.2 million and took home more than a quarter million in profits. He bet around $1.25 million in bitcoins across three bets on the game. He lost one and won two in the game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals.

“All bets are on the family,” Drake wrote, celebrating his two wins on Instagram.

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Meanwhile, according to the Los Angeles Times, Drake has marked himself his first home in Los Angeles. The outlet reports that the “Take Care” hitmaker has given away more than $70 million by buying English singer-songwriter Robbie Williams’ Beverly Hills mansion. The 20,000 square foot property is reportedly the largest in the area, dwarfing its neighbors.














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