After the success of our AFL Freeroll Tournament on TopBetta last week we are ready to ramp up the action with an exclusive added-value $12 buy-in tournament. It’s going to be the best value way to bet on the AFL this weekend as you play a punter’s club style tournament against other real bettors.
Thanks to TopBetta, the Before You Bet AFL Round 14 Betting Tournament will see the eventual champion take home the lion’s share of the user generated prize pool PLUS a free $100 bonus credit.
To play the tournament all you have to do is either already have a TopBetta account, or click here to sign-up and get involved in our Round 14 betting tournament! As previously mentioned, the tournament costs $12 to enter ($10 of which goes into the prize pool) and there is a $100 bonus added for the winner, thanks to TopBetta!
The tournament will run in a very similar fashion to our freeroll event – each player will begin with $1,000 in ‘Starting Bucks’ and you can then use that on any game and market on offer throughout Round 14 of the AFL. The punter who builds the biggest bank roll by the time the final game has been played will be deemed the winner! There are also three rebuys available per player, so if you bust your virtual bankroll, you can re-enter and get another $1,000 to start with.
The payouts of the tournament will be determined by how many entrants there are, but regardless, the winner will pocket the bonus $100 in TopBetta bonus credit on top of whatever they win from the prize pool.
For those that have never played a tournament on TopBetta, be sure to head to our TopBetta review page. You can also see a detailed rundown of some of the strategies used during last week’s freeroll in our live blog of the tournament.
Make sure to hit us up on Twitter @Before_You_Bet if you are playing the tournament as we will post some updates throughout the weekend as we are excited to see who comes out on top!
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