With a couple of days to go before the Thanksgiving Cup, the third tournament of the SportX World Tour, we decided to put out a power rankings preview. Analyze the competition and see who you’ll be competing against for the $5,000 prize pool!

We took a look at the top 10 SportX World Tour players and broke down their betting style to predict their performance next week.

1) Kaleifornia

World Tour Points: 3,298
Specialty: NFL

Kaleifornia tops our list after winning the SportX Fall Classic, coming from outside the top 10 with two days left to finish +$3,098 for the tournament. Key to his victory were two bets on big NFL favourites: cashing a $5k bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to beat the Oakland Raiders and a $4.5k bet on the Cleveland Browns to beat the NY Jets on Monday night.

It will be interesting to see whether Kaleifornia repeats this strategy with big favorites during the Thanksgiving Cup: the Patriots vs the NY Giants on Thursday night, and the Baltimore Ravens against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

2) Mountain View Pitbulls

World Tour Points: 1,979
Specialty: Tennis

Mountain View Pitbulls was the wire-to-wire leader of the SportX Fall Classic before being passed on the last day by Kaleifornia. Still, finishing +$2,516 for the tournament was an impressive showing and the consistency demonstrated shows that MVP is likely to be a contender for the Thanksgiving Cup.

Key to his great showing was a $1,200 bet on Bianca Andreescu to beat Serena Williams in the final of the US Open, which netted a $2,700 profit. It’s worth noting that there won’t be any big tennis tournaments during the Thanksgiving Cup.

3) VIPgogen

World Tour Points: 1,253
Specialty: NFL, FIBA, MLB, Tennis

VIPgogen looks like a strong contender, as one of the most consistent bettors in the Fall Classic. VIPgogen remained near the top 10 throughout the tournament, before cashing an $800 profit and taking bronze on the last day by betting the under on the Browns vs. Jets Monday night game.

VIPgogen mixes things up, with a third of his bets being in bookmaker mode, and a roughly even split of betting volume across basketball, baseball, football, and soccer. FIBA basketball, which won’t be on during the Thanksgiving Cup, contributed the bulk of his profit during the Fall Classic.

4) SNOTROCKET

World Tour Points: 890
Specialty: NFL

SNOTROCKET was the most profitable NFL bettor during the Fall Classic, netting around $1,800 of profit from just $2,600 of bets. Similar to Kaleifornia, SNOTROCKET made a late push up the standings, moving from outside of the top 50 into the top five after a number of shrewd Sunday and Monday night NFL bets.

With NFL betting likely to dominate volumes again in the Thanksgiving Cup, SNOTROCKET is well positioned to take home another top prize.

5) Gosster

World Tour Points: 827
Specialty: F1

Gosster, the winner of the $2,500 Redemption Challenge tournament, rounds out our top five. After finishing in the red (-$178) and outside of the top 50 in the Fall Classic, Gosster was the runaway winner of the Redemption Challenge with a three-day profit of +$930.

Gosster specializes in Formula 1 betting, which makes him a dangerous threat for the Thanksgiving Cup with the Japanese Grand Prix over the weekend.

6) NHL_wagers

World Tour Points: 725
Specialty: NHL

NHL_wagers made a late run in the Fall Classic to nab one of the top spots after a number of accurate Sunday night NFL bets.

Given the username though, we’re expecting big things from NHL_wagers now that the NHL season has restarted. With daily NHL games versus only weekly NFL games, being a prolific NHL bettor sets NHL_wagers up to be a top contender.

7) GOATJAMES23

World Tour Points: 725
Specialty: MLB, NFL

GOATJAMES23 is one of the most consistently profitable bettors across sports in the tournament, having been net positive across all the three sports that he bet significantly on: (+$980 baseball, +$304 football, +$37 basketball).

8) EL TORO

World Tour Points: 660
Specialty: UFC

EL TORO is SportX’s resident UFC expert. After having cashed a $6,000 bet that won $1,500 on Khabib Nurmagomedov to beat Dustin Poirier, and losing a smaller bet on Nordine Taleb, EL TORO coasted to a top spot in the Fall Classic.

With a UFC Fight Night planned for the weekend of the Thanksgiving Cup, it’s likely we’ll see some major movement from EL TORO.

9) DAI4GOLD

World Tour Points: 594
Specialty: MLB

DAI4GOLD had a strong run in the Fall Classic after cashing a number of different MLB bets.

Now that the MLB playoffs are here, it will be interesting to see how they perform in the Thanksgiving Cup, since playoff environments (and picks) are dramatically different from the regular season.

9) DAI4GOLD

World Tour Points: 594
Specialty: MLB

DAI4GOLD had a strong run in the Fall Classic after cashing a number of different MLB bets.

Now that the MLB playoffs are here, it will be interesting to see how they perform in the Thanksgiving Cup, since playoff environments (and picks) are dramatically different from the regular season.

10) Glasser’s Picks

World Tour Points: 561
Specialty: MLB, NFL, bookmaking

Glasser’s Picks is one the most prolific bookmakers on SportX, with almost 80% of his volume coming solely from bookmaker mode. Glasser’s Picks is an MLB and NFL specialist, netting $362 and $275 of profit across both sports during the Fall Classic.

He was also one of the most consistent performers in the Fall Classic, remaining in the top 15 every single day. Since betting volume always increses during tournaments, GP is positioned to take advantage of the extra activity.

To check out the Top 25 SportX World Tour rankings or to sign up for the $5,000 Thanksgiving Cup, head to https://tour.sportx.bet/.