Inside Sport (Final Update)

| November 2, 2019 | Reply


Product Name:

Inside Sport

Company Name & Contact Details:


100 Euros per month
280 Euros per quarter
540 Euros for 6 months
850 Euros for 11 months (there are no tips in July each year). This option saves 22% over 11 individual monthly subscriptions.

At the current exchange rate of c.£1 = 1.08 Euros the monthly cost equates to c.£92.50.

There is no automatic rebill and you need to re-subscribe at the expiry of each subscription period.

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes. If the service does not manage to record a profit during a 3- or 6-months subscription period they will refund 100% of the subscription fee. In the case of a one-month subscription, a losing month is compensated with a free second month.

What Do You Get?

Selective football tips from Europe using the Asian markets.

Where to Buy:

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

No opening bank is recommended but with so few tips each month and a good history of profitability, a bank of 50 points should be more than ample.

How Much Money Can I Make?

These selections are based on high limit stakes and so the points per month average will look low. Our partner site Tipstars shows 24-points profit in the 16 months since February 2018 (remember there are no tips in July each year).

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

This service is very time light, there are not tips every day and there have been no more than two tips on a single day. The tips are straightforward and take seconds to place.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

A PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet connection. Access to multiple online bookmaker accounts will enable you to secure the best price for each selection.

Value for Money?

Let’s wait and see at the end of the three-month review, but early signs of promise. A profit over three-months of 5.42 points may not sound like much, but this service is aimed at high pounds per point stakes, with a stated target of 20-points over the course of the season (August to June). On that basis they are absolutely bang on target at an average monthly profit of 1.8 points. The breakeven pounds per point level over the course of the review was £51.20, anything below this would have given a net loss after paying three month’s subscription fees. Realistically, anything less than £100 per point stakes is probably not going to give you value for money.

Quality of Customer Service?

E-mails have been answered quickly and efficiently. However, there is no reminder that your current subscription is coming to an end which means you need to be on the ball with the renewal if you don’t want to miss any tips. An automatic rebill option would be useful.


Since we reviewed Inside Sport a year ago there have been two major changes to the service. There is now a “warning” email sent a few minutes before each pick goes live to give everyone the chance to be ready to take the best available price. They have also introduced a profit guarantee and cashback policy. If the service does not manage to record a profit during a 3- or 6-months subscription period they will refund 100% of the subscription fee. In the case of a one-month subscription, a losing month is compensated with a free second month.

Inside Sport is run by a group of professionals that work in the I-Gaming industry for various Sportsbooks and as external content writers and researchers. There is a free service which covers predominantly football, but also basketball and a few other lesser sports such as handball. However, in January 2018 they launched their premium service which is designed to identify the best of the information from their panel of experts and deliver these as the paid for “Selected Picks” service. To make it to Selected Pick status the selection has to be approved by every member of the panel.

This process does mean that there are less than 20 selections per month on average, but they should deliver a high strike rate and a good return.

An e-mail notification is now sent five minutes before a new selected pick is coming out, so you can be prepared to act immediately on the information.

The tip e-mail itself is very clear and straightforward and contains details of the match, an analysis/rationale of the selection, the tip, the stake and the advised odds. They tend to recommend Pinnacle, 188 Bet and SBO because they have many users placing high stakes. However, the selections are available with all the main bookmakers and often at a better price than quoted.

The majority of matches covered are in Scandinavia, although there are selections in other European leagues and internationals.

The service takes a break during July each year.

Results for Month 1 (1st August to 31st August 2019)

There were 19 tips in the first month, of which eight were winners, a win strike rate of 42.11%. However, there were also three half-wins and a further three were pushes, leaving five outright losers. These results culminated in a profit of 3.82 points for our first month at an ROI (Return on Investment) of 20.11%.Interestingly, the first month’s profit in our previous review a year ago was very similar at 3.65 points.

The average odds of the selections were 1.92 (just under evens), which compares closely with the level recorded by the web site since the service went live and also with what we saw in the previous review. The longest odds we saw in the month were 2.07 and the skinniest 1.75.

The breakeven stake after taking into account the cost of the service for the month was around £24 per point. However, at £50 per point you would have made a net profit (after the cost of the subscription) of around £98.50.

Results for Month 2 (1st September to 30th September 2019)

Just the ten selections this month, which produced five wins, one half-win and four losses. That was good enough for another 1.31 points of profit and a cumulative gain after two months of 5.13 points. This performance is well on course to achieve the 20-point profit they set themselves for the season.

The ROI this month was 13.1% and the return across both months now stands at 17.69%.

The average odds remained constant at just under evens (1.98) and the range was also very similar at 1.88 to 2.13.

The breakeven stake this month, taking into account the subscription cost, was around £70 per point. After two months that figure is c.£36. If we assume 11 months subscriptions to be £1,000 (the service closes in July each year) and take the stated target points profit of 20-points, then breakeven for the year will be around £50 per point. This figure reduces to £42.50 if you pay an annual subscription.

This service is aimed at high stakes per point users and you need to bear this in mind when assessing its suitability for you.

Results for Month 3 (1st October to 31st October 2019)

The 17 selections this month delivered eight wins, two pushes and seven losses. Overall, this equated to a small gain of 0.29 points. This does mean, however, that the three months of the review end with an average monthly profit of 1.8 points, which is absolutely spot on target to achieve the stated aim of 20-points profit for the season (August to June).

It was a frustrating month in many ways, but a run of four consecutive winning selections at the end of the period ensured a further element of profit towards the season’s target.

The average odds dropped slightly this month to 1.90 (c.10/11), with the range slightly wider at 1.73 to 2.27.

The breakeven stake this month would have been around £320 per point, but over the review as a whole that figure is £51.20. This takes account of the monthly subscription fee.

The overall strike rate across the review period was 45.65% at average odds per selection of 1.92. However, there were also five pushes and four half-wins in the period. The average odds is very similar to what we saw last time we reviewed this service, as was the range of odds of between 1.73 and 2.27. 

The overall ROI was 11.78% and the return on capital for the review period was 5.42%. This is based on a bank of 100-points, but I remain convinced that a bank of 50-points would be more than adequate for this service.

Summary at end of Month 1

An encouraging start from this very selective service, with results not dissimilar to a year ago. This service will not suit low pounds per point punters as you would not cover the cost of the membership. If you don’t mind being patient waiting for quality selections then there are signs this could be worth a look.

Summary at end of Month 2

Another step towards the 20-point target for the season and achieved with a decent return on investment too.

Summary at end of Month 3

Despite this month only delivering a tiny profit, the overall gain was exactly in line with achieving the stated target of 20-points profit for the season.


The full results of the review to date are available here.


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