Sportsbetting.ag offers tournaments, too.
For example, you can play or participate in the:
- $20k MTT Leaderboard – Earn points for playing MTTs. Your points will put you on the leaderboard, where you can earn anywhere from $250 to $1,000 depending on the number of points you earn and your average buy-in.
- $5k Weekly SNG Challenge – Same idea as above. Play SNGs and earn points. You can earn as much as $1,000 depending on your average buy-in and where you finish on the leaderboard. There are 60 winners every week.
- $100,000 GTD – Play for your piece of $100,000 every week. Many tournaments you can buy-in for $2-$40 or 4,400 (POP) points. The last Sunday of every month they run their $50,000 GTD, too, which you can satellite into, or buy-in directly for $90.
- Hit & Run Freerolls – They run freerolls with real money prizes every day. These have prize pools up to $100.
- $20k Cash Race Challenge – Play in the Cash Race Challenge to win a piece of the $20,000 prize pool.
One thing I liked seeing are their $1,000 guarantees with a $1 buy-in. This tourney runs daily. They also have a $1,000 GTD for $3 and a $500 GTD for $.50. Between overlays and the soft fields, I’d bet these tourneys are great bankroll builders.
They run freerolls every hour or so, too. These often have real money prize pools. They may only be $100 or so, but these can be another excellent way to build your bankroll.
Experts also say overlays happen often here. That’s when a guarantee isn’t met by the players, so the poker room has to pay the difference. This is great for you because there are fewer players you need to fight through to win, much less cash. It also reduces how long the tournament takes to play.
Overall, a poker player with a strong set of fundamentals can do well here at SportsBetting.ag.
As far as software is concerned – your only option is a download. SportsBetting.ag has a download for both PC and Macs.
Unfortunately, there’s no mobile app or instant play option. However, Sportsbetting.ag upgraded their software in July, 2016. So, we’re holding out hope that a mobile option is next on their to-do list for the near future.