Thanks Mission! I donít think you need to pump the winnerís pot at all. The championship prize is big enough on its own.
Looking forward to it.
Hopefully, everyone will get the fact that they need to submit predictions for the SB teams and their scores with their first entry (unless that aspect has changed).
I'm IN!!! ...and I have a sure fire strategy for 1st place this year =D. Anyone taking odds on who will win before the season starts (aka can I bet on the Wizard with like 2-1 odds???)?
Not for the pick'ems but something else... we used a site that collected the fees from everyone automatically... if there is a small surcharge for the service I think we should accommodate that and just use that. We should get all fee's collected prior to the season starting, that way if anyone flakes out it's on them, and not on all of us to absorb the blow.
Thinking like $10 per person? If we have that service with a fee, we could make it like $12 per person, where the extra $2 per person goes to covering the fee for setting everything up... I'd be 100% on board with that to streamline the process.
Ah, yes, something like this! Whatever the fee is just plan to divide it among 15-20 people and make the entry fee that much extra. I.E. $11 to enter, $1 to fee, $10 to pool. I think that's very fair, especially given all the work mission does to update and run the game.Quote: MidwestAP
Wiz wins every other year. I have all the years results compiled, will post them sometime soon.
As far as the money, I know I've used LeagueSafe in the past and it's worked very well. Theress a small fee for this, but it's not extravagant. Then fees are collected ahead of time and the organizer doesn't have to worry about collection not payout. On the other hand, I think with only a few exceptions, there hasn't been issues collecting individual payments in the past.