On the 31st of October, TopBetta will be providing a tournament with a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000!
At the end of the days racing, one lucky punter will be walking away with at least $60,000 for first place.
There are two ways to gain entry into this incredible tournament - you can pay the buy in amount of $1,100 or you can enter Jackpot racing tournaments and win a ticket into the Tournament of the Year.
Jackpot tournaments will be held throughout the week leading up to this weekend.
Punters are also encouraged to enter with a group of friends if the initial buy-in amount is too high.
Ten mates entering together as a team would only be $110 each and it could result in each mate cashing in for a cool $6,000.
The tournament structure is simple, each member that enters the tournament will be credited with $10,000 BettaBucks which is used to bet on each race throughout the day.
The person or group is able to risk it all on the one race and either go big or go broke, or they can used a strategy to attempt to slowly building their BettaBucks throughout the day.
There is a live leader board that is updated after each race to allow for each participant to see where they stand against the rest of the field and they can adjust their strategy and bets appropriately to give themselves the best chance of winning the tournament.
To learn more about how to play in these types of tournaments click here and check out the video below of a past winner of the Tournament of the Year.
Find out more about the site on our TopBetta Review Page.
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