SuperSports Global Review: as a multi-level marketing platform, SuperSports Global offers sports and affiliate coupons to partners.
Also, the SuperSports Global investments involve virtual gaming apps and affiliate earning matrices.
Besides its sports and games earning category, there is an investment cache proffering partnership plans for clients. As our SuperSports Global Review finds on the internet, tracking the official website seems like a treasure hunt.
However, we have been able to piece the loose bits of information about the platform together. The result is this SuperSports Global Review. You can learn more about the company in this article as you read below.
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SuperSports Global Review: Overview
SuperSports Global merely offers a registration/sign-up slip for potential clients. There is nothing else on the website.
For all its PR reps as a sophisticated earning network, SuperSports beats its partners in selling their brand. For example, the website focuses on currying enrollment rather than stating the services SuperSports Global offers.
As there is scant information about the company on the website, finding SuperSports Global CEOs proves a hard task. But we’ll get to the topic later.
SuperSports Global Review: the company only recently set up its website a few months ago. Later, in a career listing platform, Chris Frere turns up as a part-owner of the organization.
Also, note that details about the owner of SuperSports Global are culled from its truncated source on Chris Frere’s social media profile.
Moreover, the company offers electronic fantasy game gadgets at retail at the tagged prices. Depending on the buyer’s request, SuperSports Global games are available for $100, $50, and a minimum of $25 units for sale.
Bar its affiliate membership coupons, clients can earn from fixed percentage profits on the SuperSports Global website.
CEO Iterates Gaming Sports Career
SuperSports Global Review: one of the owners of SuperSports Global, Chris Frere, racks up an iterative games career record.
Already noted as a key person with the erstwhile United Games Marketing platform, the CEO can be traced to other MLM sports projects. Chris Frere is seen in a trade lattice that crisscrosses SuperDraft (SuperSports parent stump) incorporation by Caesars Entertainment.
Although the sale legitimizes SuperProfits Global to an extent, it might stoke cynicism about the company.
Further, the SuperSports Global CEO stealthily offers his sports packages. But he occurs in a partnership gig with SuperDraft.
SuperSports Global Review: although his presence on several companies does not detract from the credibility of SuperSports Global, Chris Frere is an anonymous front for a higher bidder. How does that affect the company funds? You can guess.
SuperSports Global Review: Affiliate Commissions
As we hinted at in the previous section, clients earn fixed percentage profits per sale of a game package on SuperSports Global. Our SuperSports Global Review finds that the listed 10% referral commission is propped by residual bonuses. See how it works below:
Based on a 3×10 matrix, you can earn bonus pile-ups from the SuperSports Global residual commission. It cedes three (3) arms to each unit on every level. While the first level gets three (3), the second gets nine (9), the third gets twenty-seven, and so on.
The cycle caps at the 10th level. After that, you can pay a recommitment price to start another cycle. Notice that by the tenth level, you will be earning from cumulative matrix units.
Based on the payment model above, you can earn $00.50, $1, and $2 on the following products:
$25 SuperSports Global game
$50 SuperSports Global game,
Lastly, the $100 SuperSports Global game.
SuperSports Global Review: all profits generated on the matrix units reflect the platform’s 2% bonus.
SuperSports Global Review: the company offers affiliate levels in tiered, referral-sensitive caches. You can join a level when you recruit the threshold referral mark. Below is how it works:
One (1) recruitment for Level 1 and Level 2
Two (2) recruitments for levels 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Three (3) recruitments for Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Four (4) recruitments for Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
Five (5) recruitments for Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9
Six (6) recruitments for Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.
All affiliate levels attract a 2% bonus paid via the SuperSports Global 3×10 matrix cycle.
SuperSports Global Bonus
A Global Bonus promo on the SuperProfit Global platform also incentivizes affiliate marketing on the platform. Below is a brief description of the available five (5) Global Bonus Pools on the website:
SuperStar Pool _ personally recruits five (5) members, and ten (10) SuperSports Global partners, and provides a threshold of 2500 partnerships.
MVP Pool _ personally recruits four (4) members, and eight (8) SuperSports Global partners, and provides a threshold of 1000 partnerships.
Captain Pool _ Have three (3) personally recruited members, and five (5) SuperSports Global partners, and provide a threshold of 500 partnerships.
Rookie Pool _ Have two (2) personally recruited members, and three SuperSports Global partners, and provide a threshold of 100 referral pile-ups.
Jump Start Pool _ for a threshold of 25 referral pile-ups and five (5) recruitments spanning thirty years of active membership, you can get the package.
SuperSports Global Review: the wording for affiliate compensation packages on the website uses a blunt style. It only shows a register/login portal.
For instance, it does not expressly describe a criterion for the bonus as per the player/affiliate duo. If affiliates double as players, every member can earn profits from the commission. However, if players are necessarily those who buy the game packages, affiliates may not get commissions.
Likely, the verdict tilts towards the first scenario. But that is not all.
Our SuperSports Global Review finds that the company recurs in Chris Frere’s several MLM networks. How does this affect an investor’s funds? Not much. But it could easily be a problem if SuperProfits Global closes without issuing notice or refunds.
SuperSport United’s Review: End-of-Season Report Card for the Capital City Outfit
GOAL rates SuperSport United’s performance across all competition this season as we look back at how Gavin Hunt fared in his return to the Spartans. SuperSport United head coach Gavin Hunt might have downplayed his achievement this season to the point that he suggested that his nomination for Premier Soccer League Coach of the Season was just a fuss.
But in reality, given Matsatsantsa A Pitori’s thin squad, the United coach did an impressive job of making sure that the Spartans were counted among the best teams the league saw this season.
Hunt guided his side to a third-place finish, falling just short of going a position better. GOAL takes you on a journey to review SuperSport’s season and we give them a scorecard.
Manager – 8/10
For Hunt to get a nomination for the PSL Coach of the Season award already speaks volumes about the kind of work that he did at Matsatsantsa A Pitori.
Hunt walked into a blunt SuperSport side but he managed to make lemonade out of lemons. Hunt guided United to a third-place finish with what was a relatively thin squad. Third place means the side will play in next season’s Caf Confederation Cup, and that will be a feather in Hunt’s cap.
Defence – 7/10
With a blend of youngsters and experience, Hunt managed to strike the balance in his rear guard. It was the reincarnation of Thulani Hlatshwayo that made a big difference for Hunt. ‘Tyson’ played alongside Kaizer Chiefs-bound Thatayaone Ditlhokwe for most of the season and the duo had a formidable partnership.
SuperSport managed to be the third-best defending team in the league, having conceded 22 goals, which is a stone’s throw away from what Orlando Pirates in second place conceded.
Midfield – 6/10
A few years ago, when you spoke of SuperSport’s midfield, you’d mention the likes of Reneilwe ‘Yeye’ Letsholonyane and Dean Furman. At their peak, these players were senior national team regulars. Fast forward to today, Hunt’s group of midfielders are relatively young players.
But with their inexperience, they managed to hold their own and made sure that as the midfield, which often connects the backline and the frontline, they were able to deliver. Siphesihle Ndlovu had a brilliant season, alongside Grant Margeman as the duo was the most trusted combination by Hunt, with Jamie Webber playing as the anchorman.
Forwards – 6/10
This season did not see the best of Thamsanqa Gabuza and Bradley Grobler, who are the most experienced forwards in the team. Grobler and ‘Ganda-Ganda’ banged in a combined total of 12 goals, while the rest of the goals were chipped in by midfielders and defenders.
In the league, SuperSport scored 34 goals, which is not a bad return, but their conversion rate versus the amount of opportunities created is underwhelming.