Is there a minimum number of picks required to be eligible for the accuracy competition?

Yes, leaderboard eligibility requires a minimum number of Quick Picks based on the sport (weekly or daily) and bet type (ATS, O/U, Moneyline).

For Weekly Sports (i.e.: NFL, NCAAF)

  • Regular Season: At least 4 Quick Picks for a particular bet type (ATS, O/U, Moneyline) must be made in order to qualify for the leaderboard of that bet type for a given week during the regular season.

  • Playoffs: During the playoffs, the minimum requirement is 2 Quick Picks for each of the first 3 rounds and 1 Quick Pick for the Super Bowl/Championship game.

In total, at least 80 Quick Picks of a specific bet type are required to qualify for the full season accuracy leaderboard for that bet type.

For Daily Sports (i.e.: MLB, NBA, NHL)

  • Regular Season: At least 12 Quick Picks per bet type (ATS, O/U, Moneyline) and per month must be made to qualify for the leaderboard of that bet type for a given month during the regular season.

  • NBA Playoffs: During the playoffs, the minimum requirement is 8 Quick Picks for each of the first two rounds, 4 Quick Picks for the Conference Finals, and 2 Quick Picks for the Finals.

  • MLB Playoffs: During the playoffs, the minimum requirement is 8 Quick Picks for the divisional round, 4 Quick Picks for the Conference Finals, and 2 Quick Picks for the Finals

  • NHL Playoffs: During the playoffs, the minimum requirement is 8 Quick Picks for each of the first two rounds, 4 Quick Picks for the Conference Finals, and 2 Quick Picks for the Finals.

In total, at least 100 Quick Picks of a specific bet type are required to qualify for the full season accuracy leaderboard for that bet type.

You can of course participate in multiple bet type leaderboards provided you meet the pick requirements. You can also make more than the required weekly or monthly picks for each bet type if you’d like.


Please Note: All BettingPros Picks are for tracking and informational purposes only, and do not include real money wagers, payouts, or prizes.

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