2021 FootyTips

(Prize depends on Number of participants, Min 15, Max 36)

All Monies to be paid upfront.

Please Transfer $50.00 to:

If using PayPal, entry is $53.00

 

PayID:   0418 996 818

OR

ING

(Acc Name: Simon Royal)

BSB: 923 100

Acc No.: 87808256

Ref:  Your Name

Once Payment is received your name(As seen from funds Deposit) will be on the list and tips may be submitted!!

sktomeg@hotmail.com

0418 996 818

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Note: This is a Fun competition ONLY and if systems fails for any reason then Prizes to be paid and remaining monies in Pool will be divided equally between all players. By participating you agree to terms outlined. Tips for each round must be lodged prior to first game of the round. One BONUS Point is awarded to anyone getting all Round winners correct.

FootyTips will be a similar structure to last season, this year the sections 1-8, 9-16 and 17-23 will have a 1st 2nd 3rd prize and a Weekly "Top Tipster" , If there are more than 5 Equal Top Tipsters Prize will go towards next years Tips, tips for next round can be submitted at the end of the previous round. The aim this year is to submit tips through this website, see current progress etc. all online.  Tips not submitted prior to first game of the round will get Random Computer Tips(zzzRandomTips)  Please read Terms to see full description.

 Prizes  shown below is shown below
Minimum Prizes are depending on player numbers: Prize increases as player numbers increase.
 
 There is a Weekly Top Tipster Prize:

Overall Prize  +

 

Rounds 1-8, 9-16, 17-23

Additional Information:

A footy (sports) tipping competition does not require Gaming Commission approval as it only involves an element of chance (unlike a lottery or raffle which involve entirely chance) with some level of skill and knowledge to select a winning team.

A sports tipping competition involving elements of chance can only be conducted where:

  • all of the money that has been collected is returned as prizes

  • the total value of prizes distributed is not more than $5000.

This means that the organiser of the tipping competition cannot take money out of the prize pool as expenses.

Prize money

The value of the prizes can be determined by whoever is running the competition.  Information about prizes as well as entry fee to the competition should be clearly explained to participants before they choose to enter.

Entry fee

If the competition is based on skill and knowledge, then it is up to the person running the competition to set the entry fee. Entry fee should be clearly explained in the rules.

Workplace footy tipping competitions

There are no set guidelines for how a workplace tipping competition should be conducted, and it is up to the person organising the competition to develop their own rules.

Office Use Only

Questions

Any questions can be sent to me using the "Contact" tab above.