The 2017 Maltese election results: upcoming betting markets available

The 2017 Maltese Election results are out and we won BIG! Here are some of the upcoming events we will be covering giving you more betting opportunities. We will try our best to figure out the exact winnings achieved + provide more exciting events happening soon that will give you a competitive edge to bet on.

The Maltese Election 2017 is now over and seeing how, for the last few months, members of the community were mostly focused on the election betting options provided by LeoVegas, it’s only right to give a complete breakdown of the Maltese Election results and how much punters (that visited our site) made with this betting event.

The total amount played by our visitors was close to €20,000, and in this post, we will provide an estimated amount of how much money was won.

Given the amount played, and that the “election” was somewhat of a “sure bet”, we will try our best to figure out the exact winnings achieved + provide more exciting events happening soon that will give you a competitive edge to bet on.

The 2017 Maltese Election Results

Unsurprisingly, The Maltese Labour Party retained their position as the governing party of Malta by winning with over 35,000 votes (the official result still not confirmed).

The detailed results can be found below, and you might also want to visit the Maltese Electoral Commission website for a complete, in-depth analysis of the election.

Electoral Commission of Malta General Election 2017 - Result of First Count

So How Much Did Our Players Win?

The given odds that were being offered throughout the election were:

  • €1.30 for Labour to Win
  • €3.20 for Nationalists Party to Win

and

  • €1.85 for Labour to win with 10,000 votes.
  • €1.85 for about to win with less than 10,000 votes.

By rough estimation, the winnings paid out range between €10,000 to €17,000 give or take a few digits.

What Is Next?

Just like we covered the Maltese Election, we are covering other events such as this giving you our reader the right opportunity at the right time to make some extra money with your betting hobby.

Some of the event and markets we are covering right now are:

The Donald Trump Impeachment Event.

Will the Donald be impeached, will he last his four years? Will he build the wall? See our list of Donald Trump netting markets here.

The UK Election?

This may be too late for you, but if you still have time and would like to place a bet on the upcoming UK election, you can see how to do that here.

The America’s Cup

The America’s Cup is underway, and we have run detailed analysis on who might #BringItHome.

If you are interested in getting into the betting odds of this event, then we suggest you read our detailed America’s Cup analysis post.

The British Open

The British Open is a golf tournament that will soon kick off brining with it a slew of great betting odds and opportunities. If golf betting is your thing, then give it a go.

The Wimbledon & French Open

We’re also providing detailed analysis on the Wimbledon and French Open tournaments which are two of the biggest competitions in the world of tennis.

See our posts about the two events here:

  • Wimbledon 2017: Betting Odds
  • French Open 2017: How & Where To Bet

Ascot Horse Race

The Ascot horse race will be kicking off soon, and as with these other events listed above, we will be bringing you up-to-date analysis and odds to give you a better chance of winning a high percentage of your bets on the event.

Be sure to join our email newsletter to receive tips and updates about the event.

In Closing

Thanks for reading, we’re glad the 2017 Maltese Election results have been a big winner for our players & visitors. We look forward to more #winning and more successful bets placed with these upcoming, exciting events.

For more information about what we are working on next, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram too.

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