BettingXpert offers a comprehensive coverage of European and South American football, NBA, NHL and Tennis (ATP & WTA). Different subscription packages are available for different sport specialities plus an "All Inclusive" package. Every plan comes with a monthly profit guarantee as well as a
guaranteed number of picks. Tipsters target high-limits markets, ideal for high-rollers looking to stake big, and use only bookmakers who accept "winners" without limitation: PinnacleSports, Sbobet and IBC. Fully approved & monitored by the BettingAdvice.com Surveillance Group since its start in August 2009 and proofed to Sports-Tipsters from 1st March 2012 until 17th February 2014.
Having advised 7,150 picks in nearly two years, BettingXpert delivered a profit of just 50 points from over 70,000 staked for a return on investment of 100.07%. To all intents and perposes anyone purchasing the full set of picks over this period would have lost money after subscription fess had been taken into account. The profit time series (see below) displays a random walk and is strong evidence of little or no forcasting skill across the whole group of tipsters. Some tipsters performed better than the average (for example tennis) but none were better than a marginal profitability (and certainly not statistically significant), and were offset by those performing worse and showing negative yields. In Sports-Tipsters opinon, such a large record of tips adds further confirmation that tipping conglomerates do not, taken altogether, offer value for money, and like Betadvisor and Expert-Tipsters before, simply provide a means of increasing the probability that at least some of the parcitpating tipsters will show a profit. This is then just an exercise in chance and marketing. [If I run a conglomerate with 100+ tipsters it stands to reason that at least one or two of them will perform spectacularly well just by luck.] Of course almost every tipster believes that the profit they might happen to make has been caused be somthing special they have done. The statistics show that almost all of them are wrong. In Sports-Tipsters' opinion subscription tipping should be about selling skill, not luck. Readers here are as always free to make up their own minds about the qaulity of this (and any) service, which Sports-Tipsters always encourages them to do by studying the facts and asking questions.