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What is your league Payout Structure? (1 Viewer)

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  • 60%, 25%, 10%, 5% $600, $250, $100, $50

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  • 50%, 25%, 15%, 10% $500, $250, $150, $100

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  • 50%, 30%, 15%, 5% $500, $300, $150, $50

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  • 45%, 25%, 20%, 10% $450, $250, $200, $100

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BNL Fan #24

Footballguy
If you were going to pay out 4 spots, which would you choose?We are trying to re work our payout structure for our 12 team dynasty league. All 12 teams make the post season in some for with the top four being in the Super Bowl (roughly a $1400 prize pool) the next four being in the Toilet Bowl ($100 prize pool) and the bottom four being in the Sewer Bowl ($50 prize pool). We pay out all teams to keep incentive up to keep making transactions and keep owners attention until the end. It has worked out pretty well as some owners who would never make a transaction towards the end because they are out of contention to still doing it (and paying transaction fees) to try to keep competitive. Currently we use A for our pay structure but the difference between 1st and 2nd is a big spread. I am curious what other 12 teams leagues use if you pay out to 4 spots. Any thoughts? (cash figures based on a $1000 prize pool)A. 60%, 25%, 10%, 5% $600, $250, $100, $50B. 50%, 25%, 15%, 10% $500, $250, $150, $100C. 50%, 30%, 15%, 5% $500, $300, $150, $50D. 45%, 25%, 20%, 10% $450, $250, $200, $100E. 45%, 30%, 15%, 10% $450, $300, $150, $100F. 40%, 30%, 20%, 10% $400, $300, $200, $100

 
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tenacious_b

Footballguy
We payout like example B, except the 4th money prize goes to the Toilet Bowl winner and the other prizes to the top 3 teams.

 

Harry Beanbag

Sausage King of Chicago
My keep two league pays the League winner $1,000 and the runner-up gets the transaction money. (This year is was close to $400) Also, we have three divisions and the div. winners each get $100. Hope that helps.

 

Wu-banger

Footballguy
If you were going to pay out 4 spots, which would you choose?

We are trying to re work our payout structure for our 12 team dynasty league. All 12 teams make the post season in some for with the top four being in the Super Bowl (roughly a $1400 prize pool) the next four being in the Toilet Bowl ($100 prize pool) and the bottom four being in the Sewer Bowl ($50 prize pool). We pay out all teams to keep incentive up to keep making transactions and keep owners attention until the end. It has worked out pretty well as some owners who would never make a transaction towards the end because they are out of contention to still doing it (and paying transaction fees) to try to keep competitive. Currently we use A for our pay structure but the difference between 1st and 2nd is a big spread. I am curious what other 12 teams leagues use if you pay out to 4 spots. Any thoughts? (cash figures based on a $1000 prize pool)

A. 60%, 25%, 10%, 5% $600, $250, $100, $50

B. 50%, 25%, 15%, 10% $500, $250, $150, $100

C. 50%, 30%, 15%, 5% $500, $300, $150, $50

D. 45%, 25%, 20%, 10% $450, $250, $200, $100

E. 45%, 30%, 15%, 10% $450, $300, $150, $100

F. 40%, 30%, 20%, 10% $400, $300, $200, $100
poll function down ????We use something similar to "A"

 

LTsharks

Footballguy
12 team league, 4 make the playoffs.150 entry fee. we feel all playoff teams should at least get their money back, this rewards the regular season. playoffs can be a bit of a crap shoot anyway.payout this year was 675 / 420 / 300 / 150

 

stevec

Footballguy
We use 45%, 20%, 10%, 5% with 10% each to leaders in each of play-all record and scoring. There are small ($5-10) payouts for having leaders at positions.

 

TommyGilmore

Footballguy
With a $100 buy-in, our goal was for 1st to get ~50% and for 4th to break even. What we ended up with was:1st - $4752nd - $3003rd - $2254th - $100Total points - $1001st place ended up getting less than 50% but if he wins total points it just about equals out.

 

JohnnyU

Footballguy
Make the playoffs = $100 (6 x 100 = 600)Division Champ Game - $100 (2 x 100 = 200)Super Bowl Champs - $300 (1 x 300 = 300)Points Champ = $100 (1 x 100 = 100)600 + 200 + 300 + 100 = 1200

 

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