With the 2013 NRL season approaching, Sportingbet have again launched their NRL Last Man Standing Competition. Make one correct selection each weekend out of the 8 NRL games and you are through to the following week – get it wrong and you’re eliminated. The Last Man Standing wins $50,000 cash.
To ensure that there only will be one last man standing, from week 14 of the NRL onwards, all remaining participants must make one selection each week at the game line. For example, instead of picking the Warriors to win, you must now pick, say, Warriors -3.5.
To assist you in your endeavours, Mike Wilson will again be providing weekly NRL tips this year.
The Last Man Standing gets $50,000 in cash. From our experience once you’re eliminated you receive an email offer where you can deposit $50 into your Sportingbet account and get a $50 bonus bet.
Sportingbet’s NRL Last Man Standing Competition (“the Competition”) is open to all Australian residents over the age of 18. The Competition will commence on March 7, 2013 and concludes on October 6th, 2013.
The object of the Competition is for the Entrants to make correct predictions on NRL matches run throughout the 2013 NRL Season. The predictions will be based on Head to Head markets (where Entrants will be required to pick one (1) winner from any of the games running from Round 1 up to and including Round 13 of the 2013 NRL Season) and later based on Line markets (where Entrants will be required to pick one (1) winner from any of the games running from Round 14 up to and including the Grand Final of the 2013 NRL Season after taking into account the points handicap as determined by the Promoter).
The Competition is a knock out competition with successful Entrants going through to the next Round until they make an incorrect selection or until the Grand Final (whichever is first to occur).
The Competition is split into two separate stages:
i. Part 1: Head to Head selections up to and including Round 13 of the 2013 NRL Season.
ii. Part 2: Line Selections from Round 14 up to and including the Grand Final for the 2013 NRL Season.
Competition will conclude and a winner or winners declared as follows:
(i) If there is only one (1) remaining Entrant who has made a correct selection in a Round or the, Qualifying Final, Semi Final, Preliminary Final or the Grand Final (as relevant) and there are no other correct selections made by any other Entrant/s in that Round, Qualifying Final, Semi Final, Preliminary Final or the Grand Final the remaining Entrant will win $50,000; or
(ii) After the conclusion of the NRL Grand Final on October 6, 2013, if there is more than one (1) Entrant that has made a correct selection up until (and including) the Grand Final, the tied Entrants will share equally in the $50,000; or
(iii) If, in any Round or Final, all remaining Entrants fail to make a correct selection, all remaining Entrants will proceed to the following Round or Final (as the case may be) and will be able to make another selection in that following Round or Final; or
(iv) In the case that no single Entrant has made a correct selection for the Grand Final and, therefore, there is no clear winner, all the tied Entrants will share equally in the $50,000.