Win more on table tennis betting with Premier Bet’s new leaderboard!

Table tennis betting leaderboard
Have you enjoyed table tennis betting in the last few weeks? You could win even bigger cash prizes up to 295,000 shillings with our new leaderboard!

Despite the lockdown that has affected nearly all team sports, there is still action going on around the world. One of the most popular sports to arise in recent weeks has been table tennis.

Why? This is because there are so many matches to bet on every day at every hour. Since table tennis games take place in so many countries, it means there’s always a game being played. The major international tournaments available on our website include the Master Tour and the Setka Cup. There are also European tournaments available to bet on, such as the Liga Pro in Russia and the Czech TT Star Series.

How you can climb our leaderboard with table tennis betting


Until Sunday 12 April we will be running a leaderboard for customers who bet regularly on table tennis – with 295,000 shillings as the main cash prize! That’s not all, though, as we’re offering out 49 more prizes for the runners up.

To earn points and reach the top of our leaderboard, simply place bets on table tennis at odds of 1.20 or higher. If your bet wins, we will multiply your stake by the overall odds. This will be the number of points that are added to your account. The higher the odds or the stake, the more points you earn! Alternatively, we know that some players prefer smaller odds. To climb our leaderboard, you can place a larger stake or play more often.

The first leaderboard will run until Sunday 5 April. At this point, the player with the most points will receive the big prize, while the other players in the top 50 will receive a prize too. We will then run another leaderboard the following week. You can find all of the details here.

Those of you who have already won on table tennis betting will know that, as with football, stats and form are important when choosing which player will come out on top. Who will be the winner in our tournament?