With limited sporting fixtures over the past couple of months, there are still many tipsters using the available events to bring in some solid returns. With esports still live (albeit without any live ‘in person’ events), some football managing to continue as normal, and horse racing in Australia and the United States running there are several tipsters performing very well, here are a few that may well be worth a follow at the moment.
Profit: £1034.97 to £20 average stake
There can’t be many better examples of a tipster adjusting his strategy to suit the current climate than Aurum 21+ Esports. Having won our Best Football Tipster rankings for February with Aurum 21+, this tipster quickly recognised that no sport is better suited to the current lockdown environment than the remote gaming platforms involved in esports. Exploiting the generous outsider odds sometimes on offer in the polarised win/lose markets, his 80% ROI was earned by a 41% success rate in the Match Winner market at juicy average advised odds of 4.67.
Profit: £157.50 to £20 average stakes
The betting model of CD Systems Daily Bargain has transitioned seamlessly from the UK circuit to horse racing Down Under. Still offering his single carefully-selected tip per day, his 26 selections produced four tasty winners – two at 9/1, one at 17/2 and another at 9/2. Anyone who follows this proven service will not be surprised by the tipster’s success in 2020, of course, as the previous four months also each produced an ROI in excess of 40%.
Profit: £441.24 to £20 average stake
With limited sport available, multi-sport tipster Batibet has done well to provide tips in no less than seven of them over the last month. By far the most prolific tipster in this list, his 192 selections throughout April were centred mainly on the few football leagues still operating, while he also dabbled to a lesser extent in esports, basketball, ice hockey, baseball, as well as a couple in tennis and darts. Apart from his two tennis tips, all the other sports produced a profit, and a 75% hit rate from 40 multiple tips suggests he knows how to combine his bets to good effect.
Profit: £384.82 to £20 average stakes
Some of us have suddenly become increasingly interested in the game in Belarus, Nicaragua and Turkmenistan, whose leagues remain the last bastion of top-flight football around the world. Around The Ball Bets has certainly adjusted well to the new limited betting markets, and has done so to impressive effect, and although the average price of his 72 tips throughout April was only 1.77, a win rate of nearly 70% was enough to create a healthy 26% ROI.
Profit: £140.40 to £20 average stake
The second of three horse racing tipsters to make this list, Talo Bets has hit the ground running since launching his service in February this year, when he announced his arrival with a whopping 66% profit in his first month. While that kind of return is almost impossible to maintain, he consolidated his position with double-digit profits in March, and even when he had to shift his attention from British courses to the American circuit, his betting tips have held up well to the transition with a tidy 13% haul last month.
Profit: £191.00 to £20 average stake
Araya is another of our football tipsters who has performed strongly recently. Having been a regular tipster since December 2018, it hasn’t been totally smooth sailing during his first eighteen months on the platform, but his 28% gain in April followed his only downward month this year, and two winners at odds better than 3.00 have already helped him to hit the ground running in early May.
Profit: £113.37 to £20 average stake
Basketball tipster Around The Orange Ball recently moved his experience and expertise from the NBA and NCAA to the Taiwanese SBL. It has worked so far with some impressive returns, and whilst his output has been much reduced, his 17 tips nevertheless managed to bring in 12 winners, helped greatly by kicking off the month with 8 (EIGHT) straight winners.
Profit: £114.79 to £20 average stake
Sportske Kladionice has been able to show us his capabilities with a 75% win rate from his eighteen tips (twelve winning tips, four losses, two pushes) for a healthy 31% profit over the course of the month. With noises being made about other football leagues resuming soon, we look forward to seeing what this tipster can do when more events and markets become available.
Profit: £144.28 to £20 average stake
Shearer1 has certainly picked his way carefully through the slim pickings available in the Premier League in Belarus in April. Nevertheless, his thirteen tips produced eight winners, and with average selected odds of 2.41 he was able to boast an eye-catching 55% ROI.
Profit: £683.72 to £20 average stake
Our final tipster, and indeed the last of our three horse racing tipsters is Quasi’s Hunches, who took a month off following the shutdown of UK racing just ten days after the Cheltenham Festival. He certainly seemed to benefit from his rest, bouncing back with a 9/2 winner in his first foray into the American market. Better was to follow later the very same day, with back-to-back winners at 9/1 and 22/1, while a further 20/1 place meant that his ten tips in April had earned a mammoth 341% profit, equating to a £683 return from level £20 each way stakes.
So there you have ten tipsters that have been performing well recently and are worth keeping an eye on. With sport getting busier and busier over the coming weeks and months, these profitable betting tipsters could be decent additions to any betting portfolios.