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World Tipster Champion 2017 Visits CPH Office to Collect €10K Prize, the world’s leading provider of betting tips, has named Nemanja Dojcinovic, also known as Ninca90, as World Tipster Champion 2017 and awarded the two-time winner a cheque of €10,000.

The incentive behind the prize money is to ensure that users of, and tipster followers, can feel safe that the tips being posted are for the aim of being the best on the site, as tipsters battle it out for the lucrative prize for having the highest yield.

With a total of 7,123 tips and total unit profit of 5,268, Ninca90 showcased once again why he’s the best tipster in the business. 54.3% of his winning tips came from basketball, while football was 31.9%, with handball (6.4%), tennis (5.3%) and ice hockey (2.1%).

As part of his prize for winning the competition, Nemanja was flown out to Denmark to meet the Better Collective team and be shown the bright lights of Copenhagen, where he was treated to a traditional Danish lunch and a canal trip to see the city.

The defending champion was presented with a specially-made cake, depicting his €10,000 cheque, and was also included in a session with their team of specialists to learn how to improve

Gavin Moore, Head of Traffic and Brand at Better Collective, said: “It’s remarkable that Nemanja has won it for the second year running, it goes to show he’s certainly one to follow and his consistency is just remarkable.

“It was great to have him over to Copenhagen to show him the sights and meet the team. His own feedback about the site was a real eye-opener from a tipster’s point of view and will go a long way to helping us improve the product.

“Can he do it for a third year running? You certainly wouldn’t bet against him!”

You can watch a video of his achievements here.

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