After 18 months out of the Octagon, Conor McGregor takes on Donald Cerrone on Saturday at UFC 246 in Las Vegas. The event is certain to be one of the most popular events in 2020 at Cloudbet as not only do we offer micro-limits of just 10 Sats for anyone just starting with bitcoin betting but to mark the return of the Mac, Cloudbet are committed to offer the highest limits online for his return to MMA.
So if you are a crypto-betting high roller and your bitcoin wallet is deep enough, bet UFC 246 at Cloudbet. We also offer a dedicated VIP Program to personally manage your experience once the action has ended in the Octagon, and our limits as standard put traditional bookmakers in the shade.
24 hours ahead of the fight our standard limits for McGregor vs Cerrone are already at 5.7 BTC (€45,000) and will increase considerably closer to the start.
Where to find our UFC 246 limits
To bet with unbeatable limits for McGregor vs Cerrone here's what you need to do:
- Go to our UFC 246 odds and make a selection from the winner market, which will open a Bet Slip.
- On the Bet Slip hit the Bet Max button to see the available limit, which will increase closer to the event, and build to the highest anywhere online.
Limits will increase the closer we get to the fight; for reference Cloudbet offered 100 BTC limits for 2018 World Cup Final.
Are there any restrictions?
No, we will offer these unbeatable limits to all players.
How can Cloudbet offer the highest limits?
Just as Notorious has disrupted MMA, Cloudbet has been turning traditional betting on its head since 2013, offering a completely new way to bet with the freedom to push the limits that traditional bookmakers face.
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The Expert View on UFC 246
If you want the expert view on UFC 246 we have an in-depth preview of the headline bout between McGregor and Cerrone looking at the key stats and form, along with a review of the five main bouts on what is one of the most competitive cards ever in UFC history.