TopBetta are running a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool racing tournament for the Magic Millions this Saturday, January 9 - all for just a $110 buy-in!
There is no doubt punters in Australia are flooded with choices. Sometimes it's hard to know which sports betting website you should punt at - especially when most of them are just offering the same product.
That's where TopBetta comes in.
If you like betting on the horses, then you have probably already heard of TopBetta betting tournaments which pits regular punters like you against other punters to see who can accumulate the largest virtual bankroll during a certain day of racing or specific event.
In 2015, TopBetta held some of their biggest tournaments, including the Stradbroke 'Tournament of the Year' which saw one recreational punter turn his small buy-in into a $20,000 first-place prize.
And now you could do the same with the $50,000 Magic Millions Tournament which takes place this Saturday, January 9.
Costing just $110 to enter, it is expected the winner of the Magic Millions Tournament will take home at least $15,000! No roughie at the track will allow you to turn $110 into that much cash and you certainly wont have as much fun as you will playing a TopBetta tournament.
For those that don't know how TopBetta Betting Tournaments work, basically each punter pays a set buy-in (in the case of the Magic Millions it's $110) and each buy-in becomes part of the tournament prize pool. In the Magic Millions Tournament there is a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool, so if more than 500 people buy-in then the prize pool will start increasing with each buy-in.
The $110 buy-in then gives each participant $10,000 worth of 'BettaBucks'. This virtual bankroll can be used to bet in any way you see fit, with the goal to finish with as many BettaBucks as possible after all the designated races.
If you lose all your BettaBucks, you will have the opportunity to buy-in back in for another $110 which will allow you to refresh your bankroll back to $10,000 worth of BettaBucks. You can only rebuy if you lose your entire bankroll and there are 5 rebuys available for the Magic Millions.
For those that want to play the Magic Millions Tournament, but don't want to dish out the full $110 buy-in, there are lots of jackpot qualifiers taking place in the lead up to the event.
Perhaps the best value satellite taking place is this Wednesday's $22 buy-in Magic Millions Jackpot Tournament which will award a minimum of 20 tickets into the Magic Millions Tournament! So why not have a midweek punt and win your ticket into the Magic Millions tournament, today! Sign-up to TopBetta today and give the betting tournaments a try!
Make sure to read full terms and conditions of any tournament before entering
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