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It’s a fine Saturday morning, Premier League (and other leagues) are back, which means an end to the fabulous Treble Media Days, but now we get Performance Buzz and In Play Dividend payouts.

The share split has happened now, so dividends look a little less. Be assured, the dividends are actually higher than previous (although £0.05 looks less than £0.12, granted!)

This post will highlight the payout changes since the share split.

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Adam Cole said during the Trader Meet that he wanted the minimum payout to be at least £0.01, due to decimal dividends not being great for the platform.

He certainly delivered, by increasing the dividend payouts across the board.

Old Times vs Current Times

Partnered with the Share Split, I think this gives the platform real potential for more growth now, as not only do the better players look cheaper, but they are now actually better than value before.

As the table above shows, you earn significantly more now from Performance Buzz, with Media Buzz also getting a significant increase.

The biggest riser is In Play Dividends, the Goals & Assists, these have absolutely rocketed! They are only available for the first 30 days, but offer a great option for Match Day Traders!

Is there a new dividend coming?

We have been teased slightly about a New dividend mechanic, with it rumoured to be based around Media Buzz.

I believe this will be enabled around about the same time that the Euro 2020 starts kicking into gear, which will be another excellent addition.

However, we can’t say much on it now really, as it could just be a ‘fad’ dividend, much like traders thought Goals & Assists dividends were when they were introduced.

Stay tuned for another post on this, as we aren’t comfortable in guessing what this dividend mechanic could be, as it can land you in hot water if you get it wrong!

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