Ultimate Football Tips

| November 24, 2018 | Reply

Product Name:

Ultimate Football Tips

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betting Gods Malta Ltd

Level 5, The Quay
Portomaso Marina
STJ 4015
Malta

darren@bettinggods.com

www.bettinggods.com

Price:

£50 per quarter or £150 annually (saving 25% off four individual quarters).

NB – There is no monthly option for this service.

You can purchase a 10-day trial membership for just £1.

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes. A 30-day, no questions asked refund period is offered.

What Do You Get?

Daily football tips from around the world. Mostly singles, but with doubles, trebles and accumulators from time to time. The majority of selections are match odds or both teams to score (BTTS), although there are a few Asian handicaps, match result and BTTS etc. as well.

Where to Buy:

Ultimate Football Tips

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 75-pints is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The website claims average monthly profits of £128.33 to £10 per point stakes since the service launched in May 2018.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

This is a simple, straightforward service and takes minutes daily to place the bets.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

The standard PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet connectivity and a range of online bookmaker accounts is sufficient.

Value for Money?

I’ll defer until the end of the three months as always. Suffice to say at this point that the quarterly membership works out to just £16.67 per month, so there is plenty of scope for VFM here.

Quality of Customer Service?

Part of the Betting Gods platform, who provide full customer support via email, live chat and the members’ area of the website.

Review

Launched in May 2018 on the Betting Gods’ platform, Ultimate Football Tips (UFT) provides daily football selections from around the world. As well as singles, which form the majority of bets, there are doubles, trebles and accumulators from time to time as well. The selections focus on the match odds and both teams to score (BTTS) markets, but occasionally delve into other options such as match odds + BTTS and the Asian handicaps.

Personally, I have an issue with services that cover too broad a range for their selections as it is difficult to keep fully abreast of all of the information and data all of the time. Having seen selections from as far afield as the Israeli, Polish, English, Bolivian and Slovenian leagues, I would put UFT firmly in that camp. However, the results will speak for themselves and I’m happy to be proved wrong.

The selections are sent out by email each day and are also available via the members’ area of the website and the free mobile app which is provided as part of your membership package. This is a nice touch that helps to ensure you don’t miss tips if emails are delayed.

As a member of UFT you can also gain access to the private Betting Gods Mastermind group on Facebook.

The email itself usually has a write up of the rationale behind the selections, which is something I think all tipsters should provide at least at some level. Aside from that, the email contains the league, the match, the kick off time and the bets to be placed, together with the recommended stake and odds, and the bookies offering those prices.

The stakes range from one to three points and in the first month of the review averaged out to 1.62 points per bet.

Although the website indicates that tips are delivered between 10:00 and 11:00 each day this has not been our experience in the first month of the review. As well as seeing tips anytime from 07:00, we have seen three days when they came the evening before – two around 19:30 and one at 22:25. The majority have actually arrived between 08:00 and 10:00 in fact.

The website has a full breakdown of the results since launch, as well as monthly totals and ROI calculations.

Results – Month 1 (22nd October to 21st November 2018)

There were 37 bets in this period, slightly down on the 40-50 per month stated on the website, although the international break would probably have played a part in that number. Of those 37 bets, 11 were winning selections, a strike rate of 29.73% which is roughly a quarter down on the historic average. However, it is only the first month of three and there is time for that rate to rise closer to the mean.

The overall result this month was a loss of 12.04 points. This came from average odds across all selections of 3.12 (just over 2/1) and average winning odds of 2.55 (around 6/4).

The breakdown this month was 24 singles (loss of 8.78 points), seven doubles (loss of 3.44 points), three trebles (profit of 3.18 points) and three accumulators (loss of 3 points).

Summary at End of Month 1

The analysis of the tips is a big plus, and whilst it is early days in the review, we will be looking for a significant performance improvement in the next two months to help substantiate the historic claims for UFT.

You can see a full breakdown of the results here.

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