Bettingexpert launches 15 new tipping competitions

bettingexpertcompetitionsBettingexpert, the super affiliate tipping network with customers across 10 languages, has revamped its competition structure after reaching the milestone of 100,000 tips a month.

While the Tipster of the Month competition still offers a £3,000 prize pool, bettingexpert has now started competitions for specific sports. The best football tipsters can now compete every month for a share of €3,000, while tennis tipsters vie for prizes from a €1,000 pot and Major League Baseball followers also compete for a $500 pool. The football and tennis prizes are supplied by 10Bet, while Pinnacle Sports funds the MLB prize pool.

Bettingexpert has also launched 12 other sport specific tipster competitions, which include tipping tables for Basketball, American Football, Ice Hockey, MMA, Volleyball, Rugby, Handball, Snooker, Australian Football, Darts, Cricket and Horseracing.

Bettingexpert’s Gavin Moore said: “The fact we have extremely established liquidity now in terms of number of tipsters and number of tips – we’ve reached 100,000 tips a month – means that we can now open up these sport specific competitions and offer real challenges for our tipster community. The introduction of 15 new competitions is just the latest development at bettingexpert as we continue to grow in markets across the world.”

The new monthly football tipping competition will see the best rated tipster in the sport receive a prize of €1,200 with rewards for the top ten tipsters for the month. To qualify tipsters need to have registered and placed a bet with 10Bet, as the prizes are supplied by the bookmaker as free bets.

Similarly the monthly tennis tipster competition sees the winner pick up €500 free bet with 10Bet with a further €500 in free bets shared amongst the rest of the top ten. Again to enter players need to be 10Bet customers. For MLB, the top three tipsters win cash prizes, with the best tipster of the month picking up $350 in free bets, this time with Pinnacle Sports.

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