I recently played an equalised win tournament that calculates the scores in the same manner as the Unibet ones.
The difference was that it was running for 6 weeks, the score was based on 1000 rounds, and the minimum qualifying bet was £1. Every game was eligible except for jackpot games and those with feature buys.
I very much enjoy the Unibet tournaments but something similar to what I have outlined above would be pretty cool.
It kept me engaged for the duration despite having a much lower prize pool then the even the daily Unibet tournaments and despite dropping out of the paying positions..
Interesting @Dirtystack and definitely something we can take into consideration! So with the £1 qualifying bet, you'd have to turn over a minimum of £1000 pounds to qualify on this one, correct?
Yes, it worked exactly the same as the tournaments you have.
You have £0.20 min qualifying bet over 20 rounds so £4 turnover.
This one was 1000 rounds £1 min qualifying bet so £1000 turnover.
It was any game so I could do 100 spins on one slot then 100 on another etc.
It was like a big overall background tournament which I was a part of whilst playing in other lesser tournaments. It seemed, to me at least, an extra level of player engagement that was longer term then the daily/weekly tournaments. It kept me checking back on the site to see my standing.
It wasn't exclusive of other promotions, so, for example, I could take part in the daily tournaments like you have had this month and those spins would be counting for both tournaments, provide the min required bet was met for both.