Nobel Peace Prize 2021 Odds – Who Stands a Chance?

  • On 9th October the winners of the Nobel Prizes in 2021 will be announced
  • There are already some odds on the Nobel Peace Prize 2021
  • Here is the list of people and organizations with a chance
Nobel Peace Prize 2021 Odds
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Winning a Nobel Prize is unquestionably one of the most honorable things that can happen to a person. It is also a huge question each year that moves the entire world: who will win? It is also something that bookmakers like to make predictions about. This is how we already have some odds on the Nobel Peace Prize winners in 2021.

On 9th October, they will announce the winners of the Nobel Prizes in 2021. The Norwegian Nobel Committee has already selected the eligible candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize for 2021. The shortlist contains 329 out of which 234 are individuals and 95 are organizations. However, the Committee has restricted the information about the nominations. And this is something that makes the job of bookmakers much harder! But it also makes the waiting a lot more exciting. Anyhow, some online sportsbook sites in the US, like Unibet already came up with some odds for the possible winners of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021.

Nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize

According to the official site, the “nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize may be submitted by any person who meets the nomination criteria. A letter of invitation to submit is not required. The names of the nominees and other information about the nominations cannot be revealed until 50 years later.” So, we could only find out about this year’s 329 candidates in 2071 – the soonest. Until then – if you did not place your money on the winner – you can be wondering if you were just almost right! It is the Norwegian Nobel Committee that selects the Laureates. The Committee has five members appointed by the Storting (Norwegian parliament). It means the decision is all in their hands. All the online gambling news sites in the US can only be guessing the odds on the Nobel Peace Prize 2021.

Nobel Peace Prize 2021 Odds
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Take your time before a bet

The next important date for gamblers – and Nobel enthusiasts – is October 9th. At the beginning of October ”the Nobel Committee chooses the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates through a majority vote. The decision is final and without appeal.” The Nobel Laureates receive their prizes on 10th December. The Nobel Peace Prize ceremony is in Oslo, Norway. It is not in Stockholm, Sweden, where the Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and the Economics Prize are awarded. It means that you still have several months to decide who – or what – to place money on. You can either go with your instincts or check out predictions on online magazines or gambling sites. And of course, you can check out Nobel Peace Prize 2021 odds on Unibet! Keep on reading to find out who stands the best chances according to the sportsbook.

Nobel Peace Prize 2021 Odds

These last several months have been trying – and the next couple will probably be the same. But there were some outstanding people – and organizations –  that have been tirelessly working on keeping these hard times bearable. Because of the whole health emergency, we are in, it is not a surprise that the World Health Organization stands on top of Unibet‘s list with an odds of 2.75. The second is the young, but always fierce and persistent Greta Thunberg with odds 4.00. Her devoted work to save the planet undoubtedly needs recognition. The third on the list is Alexei Navalny, the Russian oppositionist politician with odds of 4.50. The fourth is the Black Lives Matter movement with odds of 6.00. It gained more recognition than ever after the tragic death of George Floyd in 2020. Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand also stands a chance with odds of 7.50.

If you would like to see the whole list, check it out on Unibet!

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