TopBetta is hosting its Saturday Metro Mayhem racing tournament this weekend as another guaranteed prize pool of $25,000 is on offer!
The buy-in to the tournament is just $110 and one lucky punter managed to walk away with a cool $12,850 after claiming first place in last week’s Saturday Metro Mayhem tournament.
The racing tournament is held on the Saturday and gives you the opportunity to take part in betting on racing for the entire day for as little as $110.
The structure of the contest is very simple, each participant will be given $10,000 BettaBucks, which are used to bet on each race as you wish.
You can bet as little or as much as you would like and as soon as the race is complete then your bet will be settled and you will be credited with either your winnings or you loss will be taken.
If you run out of BettaBucks you can rebuy for an additional $110 up to five times throughout the day.
The purpose of the tournament is to increase your starting BettaBucks to the highest amount possible and have a larger amount than the other people in the tournament and find yourself on the top spot of the TopBetta Saturday Metro Mayhem leader board.
To ensure you know how much you should bet, the leader board is constantly updated throughout the day and you can see where you are ranked and the BettaBucks of every other competitor in the tournament.
Whilst there are some expert punters who take part in the tournament, a lot of the participants are amateur bettors who are looking for some enjoyment on a Saturday.
Last week’s winner ‘Dejan’ entered the tournament with no plan of attack and did it just for a laugh.
Well he will be laughing all the way to the bank after he was able to turn his $110 into the $12,850 payday and stated the tournament is great value for money.
“For value for money, it’s up there. $110 buy-in for a return of twelve grand plus,” Dejan said.
If you are interested in a larger tournament with a massive guaranteed tournament then TopBetta will be hosting the Doomben Cup Carnival tournament that will have a $250,000 guaranteed prize pool and will be held over four days.
TopBetta’s Saturday Metro Mayhem is ran almost every week and to take part, 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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