This weekend, TopBetta is hosting its regular Saturday Mayhem racing tournament but it will be even better as they are giving competitors the opportunity to win a ticket into the largest tournament in TopBetta’s history, which will be held on Saturday the 21st of May.
The Saturday Mayhem is a $110 buy-in and there is a guarantee of $20,000 in cash and 50 tickets into the $110 buy-in Brisbane Carnival that has a massive guarantee of $250,000!
This gives punters the opportunity to take part in this weekends tournament, win a massive cash prize and entry into TopBetta’s biggest tournament ever next week and have a chance of walking away with a life changing amount of money all for the one buy-in this weekend.
The tournaments structure allows you to take part in betting on the biggest races throughout the whole day for as little as just $110.
Each participant will be credited with $10,000 BettaBucks and this amount is used to place bets on whichever race you wish and the goal is to accumulate the highest BettaBucks at the end of the day and finish in first place on the TopBetta ladder.
The ladder is live and updated at the conclusion of each race which gives you the opportunity to be able to see what position you are in and whether you will need to make a risky play to climb up the ladder or try to secure your spot near the top by placing a smaller bet.
There is five rebuys available throughout the day for another $110 and each time you rebuy you will be credited with another $10,000 BettaBucks.
If you win a ticket into the Brisbane Carnival, you will be participating in a tournament where the first prize is a guaranteed $100,000 and the tournament will take place over four days with one buy-in allowing you to bet throughout the four weekends if you don’t lose your BettaBucks.
There is 10-rebuys available for the Brisbane Carnival giving you a lot of chances to pick up a massive payday and it also gives you a few different strategies.
To take part in TopBetta’s Saturday Metro Mayhem and have a chance of winning a massive payday in two different racing tournaments, simply sign up to TopBetta today and make a deposit and enter the tournament.
To learn more about betting tournaments and the bookmaker, check out our TopBetta Review page.
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