The tournament starts at a prize pool of €2.500. For every remaining player, 50 cents will be added after each stage. The players who are still standing after the last stage of the Vuelta share the final prize pool.
Lets say the final prize pool is €5,000 with 25 players still standing.. Then these 25 players will each receive €200 cash on their balance.
You can find the current remaining standing players and the total prize pool at the bottom of the page.
The Last Man Standing tournament is one of elimination, similar to Battle Royale. You need to have a qualifying bet on each race day to advance to the next round. That’s all there is to it.
A qualifying bet is a minimum €5 stake (odd 1.80+) on the next stage of the Vuelta. Live or Prematch, won or lost — doesn’t matter. The important part is that you have a €5+ settled bet on each stage of the Vuelta, before it disappears from the website.
If you made it to the last stage, so when the riders cross the finish in Madrid, you will share the tournament winnings with the other racers who are still “standing”. If you fail to qualify for one stage, you will be eliminated from the tournament.
The goal is to stay in the race as long as possible, and hope that you outsprint others along the way. Missing your €5 bet on one stage will unfortunately remove you from the contest.
Anything, as long as it is on Vuelta with a stake of minimum €10 to qualify and €5 on each stage to stay alive.
1) To qualify for the tournament, you need a €10 stake on any Vuelta outright.
2) To stay in the race, you need a €5 stake (odd 1.80+) on each stage before it ends. Prematch or live, won or lost – it does not matter.