Yuri Andrade and Friends Will Reportedly Be Denied $375k in Winnings

Published on February 11th, 2021 3:30 pm EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

The Superbowl streaker bet is to be void. If you were watching the Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers this past Sunday, you almost certainly saw the disturbance that took place near the end of the game.

The game was stopped by a "streaker" who ran down the field during the last five minutes of the game.

This streaker nearly made it to the endzone before he was tackled by stadium security.

According to reports, the streaker was 31 year-old Yuri Andrade of Boca Raton, Florida.

Andrade was arrested and charged with misdemeanour trespassing and was released on a $500 bond.


After being released from jail, Yuri triumphantly claimed that he had made $375,000 on a bet as to whether or not there would be a streaker at the Super Bowl this year.

The bet paid out at +750, and Andrade reportedly bet $50,000, which made the winnings a total of $375,000.


Many people doubted the story when they heard it, as sportsbooks will almost always put limits on these types of bets.

Yuri reportedly got around the $1,000 limit by convincing his friends to wager at the Bovada sportsbook.


Bovada, for their part, has publicly stated that they will void any bets that were placed by Andrade or any of his friends.

A Bovada representative said that they had already identified one account that had won $6,000 on the wager.


Andrade was reportedly put up to the prank by Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, who has pulled off similar pranks in the past.

Source: Syracuse.com - Super Bowl Streaker Tries to Collect $375k Bet But Gets Shut Down by Sports Book

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