Is BOTB A Scam – Can You REALLY Win?

BOTB or Best Of The Best has been around since 1999 and was established by Managing Director and CEO, William Hindmarch. Since it’s beginnings BOTB has given away over 500 cars costing a whopping £30m. That’s a lot of M’s. But is BOTB a scam?

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In this post we will go over what BOTB really is, whether they are a real company, do people REALLY win expensive nice cars and whether BOTB really is a scam.

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What Is BOTB?

BOTB is an online lifestyle competition where customers can sign up, pay for a ticket to play spot the ball. Customers have the choice to choose a car from the list of whatever they want to win, whether it’s a Lamborghini, a cash prize, a nice watch or a holiday.

The game is nice and simple, all you do is click on a picture of footballers and guess where the ball could be on the screen. Then independent panel of judges pick a winner dependent on who they deem is closest to where the ball would be.

These competitions run once a week and there is a guaranteed winner every week.

BOTB might seem like a bit of a scam, but we can assure you, even the ex-stig Ben Collins has collaborated with them and even F1 racing driver David Coulthard is an ambassador for them. Needless to say, they have friends in high places.

Are They A Real Company?

Feeling a little unsure whether BOTB is a real company still, believe it or not they are. Their presence has been know for quite sometime, with their high circle of friends and being featured in places like Car Throttle and Goodwood Festival Of Speed.

Not only that, the company has a huge online, including over 250k followers on Facebook and nearly 20,000 followers on Twitter. If that doesn’t shout legit, I don’t know what does.

What else helps to establish its legitness is its on the London’s stock exchange, you can’t be scamming and be on the London exchange market too. That just doesn’t work.

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So yes they are a real legitimate company, that also gives to over 80 different charities a year, with all good intentions to give away cars for the price of a couple of quid ticket.

Do People REALLY Win Their Dream Car?

I don’t know, ask one of the 500 winners! There’s one every week, I’m sure you can find one. Don’t actually go looking for them, that’s a bit stalkery. But there are over 500 winners and there will be another at the end of this week.

It isn’t fixed, everything is regulated by an independent panel of judges, it’s all official and if you don’t believe us, check out this guys post on piston heads or the 3,000+ Trustpilot reviews. They have a very legit background and huge following.

If you want to keep updated with the hundred of people that have won over the years and see this week’s winner check out their YouTube channel, this will show you the amount of people that have won and give you some security.

The only people that slate BOTB are the sore losers, it’s a game and if you don’t win, you don’t win, I’ve played previously and not won, does that mean it’s a scam? I’ve played the lottery in the past and not won, does that make the lottery a scam? If you don’t win, you don’t win, just enjoy the game.

But if you do play and win, get in touch we love to hear from you guys, we might even throw you a cheeky shout out and help throw some followers your way on Instagram!

Still Don’t Believe Us?

If you still don’t believe us after all the information we have provided and still have a little skepticism, why not sign up for free here, you don’t even have to pay a membership a monthly fee, just a free sign up and if that’s alright, why not play one game for 0.79p! Cheaper than a can of Diet Coke!

For 0.79p you might even win! You might have an Aston Martin on your drive come the weekend! Who knows! But you’ll never know if you don’t try, Right now while the odds are better and it’s not as popular as the lottery are the better times to play as there is less competition!

So get signed up for free, buy a ticket and pick a prize. Who knows, you could be the next big winner!

Play The Game

What are you waiting for! Get playing the game. If you’re still a little unsure we have another post on this to help ease your mind. Also, there are plenty of people playing right now, myself included that are all after a nice shiny new car.

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If you are a winner or you’ve read this and won because you read this post, we would love to hear from you in the comments below! Just drop a comment or find us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!

What are you waiting for! Get playing!


Founder of Boost And Camber

16 Replies to “Is BOTB A Scam – Can You REALLY Win?”

    1. Hi Colin,

      We’re really sorry to hear that and we hope you’re keeping well, especially in these uncertain times.
      Did you’re brother have a dream car?

      All the best

  1. Well this looks legitimate to me and its not a scam I’ve seen people win. Think about that you have more chances winning on botb than lottery ur spending a lot of money on lottery tickets when with botb its way cheap and it all depend on a ball come on thats not really hard all we have to is guess. But with lottery u have to tink of numbers and takes a life time to win. But botb gives u more chances for less money and you never know u or myself can be a winner tomorw all becoz of a ball we have to predict positioning. Keep playing u could be next believe in yourself.

    1. Hi Afsana!

      Absolutely agree with you, playing the lottery is literally completely random and 1 million to 1.
      With BOTB, you could win a car worth hundreds of thousands for the sake of £1 and it’s more about skill than picking numbers.
      I keep playing regular! One day one of us will win our dream cars!

      All the best

  2. Ive played n played I hope I win soon, I’ve never ever won anything in my life this would be a dream come true for sure

  3. What is the chance of winning a prize? You mention all the 500 prize vehicles and the amount of cash, but never mention the number of people globally entering the competition every week, why? Come on, be honest, what is the real chance of winning the game.

    PS, the vehicles you offer all seem to small for my requirements, I need enough boot space to carry an electric wheelchair and an electric hoist yet also carry driver and maximum number of passengers so they all fit in and their and our shopping.

    1. Hi there Chris,

      Thanks for taking the time to comment. I don’t actually work for BOTB, I’m just a regular player like everyone else that wanted to reassure people that there is a chance of winning.

      As far as what your chances are, it’s all down to spot the ball, which is just guessing where a ball will be in a picture, check it out in this link Literally anyone can win!

      For your wheelchair and hoist, there are bigger cars like Range Rovers, Mercedes GLC63, Jauguar F pace, Audi SQ7, Tesla Model X, Volkswagen T6, BMW X3M, Porsche Cayenne, the list goes on. If you are after something bigger there are also Motorhomes and more.

      Best of luck


    1. Hi Nick,

      I can’t answer this question because I don’t work for BOTB, nor do I have access do their data, this is a question you would have to raise with them.

      I am just a humble blogger that enjoys the odd game of spot the ball.

      Hope this helps


    1. Hi Justin,

      I believe BOTB is playable worldwide but the reason you will see most winners in the UK is because it is based in the UK and the majority of players being from the UK.

      If you do play, you have the same chance as anyone else who plays. There was a man from Ireland who won a DeLorean only last year.

      All the best

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