Similarly to the minimum financial investment (or bankroll), in theory there is almost no minimum amount of time needed.
However, the minimum amount of available time needed depends on what you want to achieve. As with the monetary investment (bankroll), the greater you put in the higher the rewards (profits). Some traders may spend 15 minutes or an hour a day investing in arbs, which might make them a small profit each month that helps towards paying the bills.
It's important to note that you probably won't be able to log in and find an available arb that you can invest in at all hours of the day, so it's unreasonable to expect to spend just 15 minutes or an hour and see reasonable profits.
Sports arbitrage trading is suited to either a full time trader, or someone who has access to the Internet pretty much all day long, as you never know when an arb will appear.
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