The Sports bookmaker TopBetta has just got a whole lot better as it has released its brand new website.
TopBetta is now offering fixed odds on racing for its customers however it is best known for its betting tournaments on racing and sporting events.
They have created new types and increased the amount of tournaments that are on offer for their customers.
The new super-size tournaments will include multiple venues with a meeting every 10 minutes for punters to bet on. This prevents having to wait 30-40 minutes between races and also allows for more strategic plays.
Shorter tournaments have been included for people who are in a rush and don’t have all day to take part as the one-hour tournaments give you the opportunity to rise to the top of the leader board and earn a big win in a short period of time.
From 6pm to 10.30pm on Friday there is an option to enter a $12 tournament with a total prize pool of at least $1,000 and you will be betting on the Dish Lickers and the Red Hots.
The tournaments work by having a set buy-in amount and each person who enters the tournament has the same starting amount known as "BettaBucks" that they use to bet.
Each punter will use this amount to bet on either the sporting or racing events and attempt to accumulate the most BettaBucks by the end of the tournament.
At the end of each event the leader board will be updated, which gives the punters the opportunity to determine which play is the best for them as they attempt to get into the best position.
At the end of the tournament the prize pool will be given to either the first place finisher in a “winner takes all tournament” or it will be shared out for the top three finishers.
This will give you a freeroll opportunity at a massive prize pool and the chance to gain an understanding of the tournaments with no risk at all.
To learn more about the site check out the TopBetta review page.
Always remember to Gamble Responsibly.
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