- Democrats vote to block transgender troop ban 6 Years Ago
- Twitch-famous bounty hunter kicks down target’s door in wildly popular live stream 6 Years Ago
- New GOP bill would audit major tech companies for bias 6 Years Ago
- Instagram artist accused of faking her paintings says they’re ‘100%’ real 6 Years Ago
- Trump refuses to apologize for Central Park Five death penalty ads Today 11:08 AM
- While Rubio smiles at Trump’s campaign rally, the internet drags him Today 11:04 AM
- Dr Disrespect is still banned from Twitch. When will he be back? Today 10:36 AM
- ‘Avengers: Endgame’ is returning to theaters with new material Today 10:18 AM
- House fails to pass amendment curbing government surveillance Today 10:12 AM
- What happened when Ed Krassenstein crashed the Chapo Trap House subreddit Today 9:21 AM
- Andrew Yang comes out as pro-Bird Scooters Today 8:59 AM
- Netflix claims Adam Sandler’s ‘Murder Mystery’ broke viewing records Today 8:09 AM
- How to watch ‘Yellowstone’ online for free Today 8:00 AM
- How online allies joined a trans artist’s street art war Today 7:30 AM
- These edited videos show the dark side of your favorite cartoons Today 7:00 AM
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay gives away more prizes via Twitter.
Jim Irsay is at it again.
The Indianapolis Colts owner made minor news last week when he sent $8,500 to an unsuspecting fan who correctly predicted the score (within a point) of the AFC Championship matchup between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens.
Irsay’s quirky generosity doesn’t stop there. In the past week, he’s used Twitter for four separate giveaways.
On Saturday, the Colts owner asked his 210,649 followers to reply at him with their predictions of who would win Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, the margin of victory, who would score the first touchdown, and who would be awarded the most valuable player award.
All was quiet on the Irsay front until Thursday, when the generous owner announced that he would give a $500 reward to whomever predicted the result of the coin toss.
Irsay took a break from holding contests by revealing that same day that he had left two tickets to the big game and $4,000 spending cash to whomever collected it first.
But then he went back to his contest-having ways, instructing his followers to reply to him with an assortment of trivia facts.
Based on his previous contest, our guess is the future lucky winners will get their prizes in cold hard cash.
Photo via @JimIrsay/Twitter
Fidel Martinez is a web culture and politics reporter. His work for the Daily Dot focused on Reddit and YouTube.