Common questions around playing Tipping and the different competitions or leagues. If the information you need is not hesitate to for assistance.
The overall tipping competition starts in Round 1. However, you can set-up a competition at any time and start from the round following your competition set-up.
The overall competition ends after the NRL Grand Final and includes all matches in the NRL competition including the Finals Series, all NRLW matches and the three State of Origin matches. Make sure you tip for all of these!
Streak starts in Round 8 and will run as a knock-out competition until the end of the NRL regular season matches.
No Streak tip is required for bye rounds (i.e. rounds 12 & 16).
You’re out if you get one wrong!
Unlike the standard NRL Tipping competition, Streak ends at the end of the regular season action, in Round 25.
To enter a public competition, click icon and select Comps. Click Join a Comp in the top navigation menu. This will display a list of public competitions.
Click the icon of the competition you want to join.
You don't need to swap! You can join an unlimited number of competitions, so simply join their competition as well!
Once a competition's first lock-out has begun or the competition reaches its maximum members, no new members can join that competition.
If that isn't the case, make sure you have the correct competition code.
Yes. However, you can only leave a competition before the competition's first lock-out (i.e. the start of the first NRL match of that competition).
To leave a competition, click on the icon and select Comps. This will display the Comps you are in.
Click on the Comp you want to leave. This will open that comp's information. In the top navigation menu, click on Settings and simply click on the Leave this Comp button.
Competition owners have the right to remove users from their competitions. It is possible that you were in a competition where the Competition Owner chose to remove you.
It is also possible that the competition was cancelled or deleted by the Competition Owner.
Create your own competition and start inviting your friends.
Click the icon and select Comps.
In the top navigation menu, click Create a Comp.
Give your Comp a name, select the Privacy setting and the comp start round.
Click the Create a comp button.
Yes! All you have to do is create a Private Competition and then invite your friends via email, Facebook, Twitter and/or give them the Competition Code.
You can only change the name of the competition if you are the Competition Owner (also sometimes called the Commissioner).
If you are the competition owner, go to the Competition's Settings page to change the competition name and/or other settings.
You can only remove members from your competition if you are the Competition Owner.
Go to the Competition Settings page to remove members. Competition Owners can only remove members prior to your competition’s first lock-out.
The Tipping Competition Owner (i.e. the person who set-up the comp) can add NRL experts to your Tipping competition by visiting the Comp's Settings page and clicking the Add Celebrity Teams button.
Add any or all listed by clicking the Add Selection button.
Everybody can share their tipping score on social.
Log in to Tipping and click on the Facebook and Twitter icon to post.
Also, it is easy to invite others to play NRL Tipping through a post to your wall or a tweet.
The NRL Tipping rules grant a two-point bonus to anyone tipping the complete round, if that round has eight(8) or more matches. Eight correct tip points plus two bonus points equals ten (8+2=10).
The Default is 0 before you make your selections. If you don't submit a Margin then you will be awarded the average Margin of all the Margins submitted by users in that Round. If you select the Auto Pick function, you will also be awarded the average Margin of all the Margins submitted by users in that Round.
For any match that you do not tip you will be auto-assigned the away team. To avoid the scenario where this might mean you score more than someone that did enter their tips, the maximum number of points per round you can receive, if you haven’t tipped, is 4. For example, say you tipped seven out of eight matches, but forgot to enter a tip for the other match, and four of your tips were correct. You would score 4 for the round regardless of whether the away won the match you forgot to tip.
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