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No Gangnam Style Repeats in 2013


Tuesday, 4 December 2012
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No Gangnam Style Repeats in 2013

Psy’s Gangnam Style may be a one hit wonder, but its popularity isn’t tipped to be exceeded any time soon, with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au pricing $1.14 that no Youtube video will receive more hits in 2013.

After it became the most watched clip ever on Youtube this week, ‘yes’ has been priced as the outsider at $5.00.

And while it is the most viewed clip, it seems it will take a bit longer to reach the 1 billion viewers mark, priced at $1.45 to do so by 9am on the 30th December or later.

“If Psy has overtaken Justin Beiber on Youtube, honestly who else can stop him?” said sportsbet.com.au’s Shaun Anderson.

Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Will any Youtube video overtake Gangnam Style in 2013?
$1.14 No
$5.00 Yes

When will Gangnam Style pass 1 billion Youtube viewers?
$1.45 9am December 30th or later
$5.00 9am 25th December – 8.59am 30th December
$7.00 9am December 20th – 8.59am 25th December
$9.00 9am 15th December – 8.59am 20th December
$11 9am December 10th – 8.59am 15th December
$13 Before 9am 10th December

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