AFL Online is pleased to announce that the footy tipping competition is back once again for season 2010! Like last years competition it will once again be a Player vs Player competition as opposed to team vs team. In 2009 tippers had to tip who would get more disposals in between the two available players. This year tippers will have to select which player will get more dream team points.
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The competition is free to join and has great cash prizes! (See Below)
DREAM TEAM TIPPING: HOW IT WORKS
In 2010 the AFL Online tipping competition will be like no other. This year you will be tipping on players, or more specifically, their dream team scores. Like a normal tipping competition you will have to choose the winners in eight games per round. The challenge is to select which player will get more dream team points in their game that week.
For example: In round 1 Carlton take on Richmond. Instead of picking the winner of the two teams you will have to pick who will rack up more dream team points between Bryce Gibbs and Brett Deledio.
The source of statistics will be direct from the Official AFL Dream Team website.
In the event of an injury or late withdrawal to a selected player during the week of a match the game will be declared a draw and users will not receive a point for the match. If a player injures himself midway through a match it’s bad luck and scores will still stand.
Season Prizes: Prizes will be given to the participants who finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the overall competition. The three players who have the highest total number of correctly selected winning teams in all 22 Rounds of the AFL Season, as determined by Determination of Winner clause, will be eligible for the prizes. The prizes are as follows:
1st Prize – $200 Cash & A 1 year AFL Online Forum Subscription
2nd Prize – $75 Cash & A 1 year AFL Online Forum Subscription
3rd Prize – $25 & A 1 year AFL Online Forum Subscription