Recommended Tipsters

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How We Rate Tipsters

All of our recommended "best" tipsters are rated out of 100 using an impartial and entirely data-driven method which incorporates many factors including:

All of our recommended “best” tipsters are rated out of 100 using an entirely data-driven method which incorporates many factors including:

  • Age of Account

    How long the tipster service has been running

  • Sample Size

    The sample size of sports bets recorded so far

  • All-time Performance

    How well the tipster has performed since starting out

  • Recent Performance

    How well the tipster has performed over the past three months

  • Volume of Tips

    The estimated number of weekly tips given based on the historical average

  • Subscription Cost

    How much the tipster changes on a monthly basis

Our unique rating system can be used to compare tipsters - no matter what sport they specialise in, or what proofing site they belong to. So be sure to check back in to see how the ratings have changed!

Our system gives a universal rating that can be used to compare all tipsters featured on our site – no matter what sport they specialise in. So be sure to check back in to see how the ratings have changed!

Tipster Proofing Sites

FAQ

You stand the best chance of finding a good tipster by using a reputable tipster proofing site.

The role of these sites is to connect bettors to an array of tipsters for almost any sport, while also auditing their betting records to "proof" their performance. 

I’ve identified the tipster sites that'll give you the best chance of success. They're all featured in my round-up of the Best Betting Tipster Services

Following tipsters you find on Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms is unlikely to yield positive results.

Their performance is usually unmonitored, without any assurances of profitability. Records of historical bets are often non-existent, or inaccurately recorded. 

Additionally, social media tipsters tend to be affiliated with bookmakers - meaning they're motivated to increase the volume of stakes placed through their tracking links rather than help their followers to earn money. This creates a conflict of interest.

Specialist third party sites such as Tipstrr and Smart Betting Club include tipsters that charge subscription fee on a weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. But they give a far greater chance of making a profit than following free tips found on social media platforms.

To learn more check out my article: The Truth About Social Media Tipsters

The majority of subscription-based “money making” schemes within the gambling sector - which includes tipster services - don’t deliver on their promises.

I highly recommend reading my article on tipster trustworthiness, which provides an overview on how the tipster industry works and explains why some bettors are satisfied with the intel they receive, while others feel cheated.

In order help increase your chances of finding profitable betting services I've created a checklist of 20 things to look out for in order to avoid betting scams.

Even if you're impressed by a tipster's advice, it's still important to verify their profitability before you’re overcome with excitement; it will save you a lot of disappointment — and money!

There are 5 key questions to ask about your tipster's results:

  1. Is the sample size large enough?
  2. How does the strategy perform on level stakes?
  3. Does the tipster's strategy have a 'method' behind it?
  4. is variance impacting the results?
  5. Do the result beat the SP (or closing line)?

To learn more on these five questions, check out my article: How To Tell If Your Betting Results Were Luck Or Skill.