OSGA Announces 18th Annual Pick ‘Em Challenge

OSGA Announces 18th Annual Pick ‘Em Challenge

Get involved with the OSGA Pro Football Progressive Pick ‘Em for free and win cash and betting prizes.

As part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Off Shore Gaming Association, OSGA announced the 18th annual OSGA Progressive Pick ‘Em NFL pick contest! The pick ’em challenge is really two contests in one, with a weekly prize and a progressive element that builds each week. And the best part, it’s free to enter.

Players pick all the games on the board straight-up with no point spread in the OSGA Pro Football Progressive Pick ‘Em, with the goal of picking all the games correctly. The progressive prize of $100 in CASH builds each week and only pays out when a player sweeps the entire board. Last year ‘djobie’ correctly picked all of the games on the board at the end of Week 17, cashing a huge $1700 prize! But starting in 2021, the prize pool became guaranteed at $1000, so players who stayed at the top of the leaderboard thorughout the contest, cashed-in as well!

In addition to the Progressive prize, several top-rated sportsbooks are offering weekly prizes for the player with the best score for that week. The prizes will change each and every week, with different betting outlets offering the top player-of-the-week $50 for free to use in their sportsbook. Click Here to sign-up for the 2023 OSGA Pro Football Progressive Pick ‘Em.

Enter the 2023 OSGA Pro Football Progressive Pick ‘Em AND become a member to get in on more contests and get more ways to win. We’re happy to celebrate 25 years with more FREE football contests for every fan, friend and member of OSGA and wish everyone who enters, the best of luck!

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  • Randy J. Chapman
    September 13, 2023, 6:52 am

    It’s bad enough that my "Progressive Pickem 2023" picks for week 1 were not great but somehow my account disappeared. I tried multiple ways to login. None worked. I finally ended up entering my phone # as a new account. I had hoped it would show up that my number was already registered. Can my original account be found? It seems you wouldn’t want this happening to anyone in order to maintain a fair competition. My competition is with my son and he is showing no mercy even for a 75 year old man. He won’t county my first week results if they aren’t showing up. Help me out.


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