Beauties are paired with a Geek to work together on real-life challenges in the hope of finding friendship or a romantic spark.
At the end of the series one couple will be named the winner and go home with $100,000 prize money.
Sportsbet has Keira Johnstone as the odds-on favourite to win, with her odds of taking out the reality show for the Beauties currently sitting at $1.25.
Behind Keira, the next Beauty most likely to take out the win is Ashleigh, with Sportsbet placing her odds at $5.00.
The 31-year-old is a performer who spent the past five years working in Japan and dressing up as cartoon characters, superheroes and princesses every day.
The favourite to win for the Geeks is motorsports-loving Lachlan, with his odds placed at $1.50.
The 32-year-old sweetheart runs a small motorsports PR agency and says he took a leap of faith by applying for the reality show, hoping he will learn how to get out of the friend zone and finally find himself in a relationship.
Behind him is fan-favourite Mitchell, with Sportbet placing his odds of winning at $5.00.
Sportsbet is rarely wrong in its predictions of reality star winners, having correctly predicted Shaynna Blaze as the champion of the recent season of Celebrity Apprentice Australia.
Martial arts-fanatic George, who has made headlines over rumours he's a paid actor, sits towards the back of the Geeks pack, with his odds of winning currently at $10.00.
With an unkempt beard, messy hair, both his partnered Beauty Leticia and the Australian audience were quick to fall for this Dungeons and Dragons aficionado.
However, some were left to wonder where they might have seen George before.
It seems his dream of becoming an action movie star might have already been in motion, with the hot geek having two movie credits already. An IMDB page for George Goldfeder revealed he had starred in two shorts in 2016.
The first, Consequence, saw him play the role of Sam, and the other, Painkiller, had him credited as a character called Thrasher.
It seems he also had a Facebook page used to promote his acting, although it has now been removed.