Battle of the Tipsters is a tipster service that pits two of Betfans tipsters against one another each Saturday.
What does the product offer?
Betfan offer 3 outcomes for their Battle of the Tipsters service. One is that both tipsters win, the second is that only one wins and finally they acknowledge the chance that both tipsters could fail to profit. This leaves users with a 66% chance (on paper) of profiting using the system.
How does the product work?
Battle of the Tipsters involves two tipsters from Betfans many offered products (although all tips are for horse racing with Battle of the Tipsters) going head to head on a back to win basis. The tipster that makes the most profit gets to stay on till next week unless both tipsters make a loss in which case both are dropped. Aside from playing for the bragging rights and exposure Betfan say that they only pay the winner for their services which mean there is an added incentive to produce results.
What is the initial investment?
Battle of the Tipsters will cost users £10 per week (plus VAT for EU customers). There doesn’t seem to be a money back guarantee in place but users should be able to cancel the subscription at any time.
What is the rate of return?
At the time of writing Battle of the Tipsters has made an overall profit of 74.71 points over a 13 month period. Based off £10 stakes this would produce profit of £747.10.
Battle of the Tipsters seems to be more a bit of fun than a legitimate tipster service. It also seems like a way of squeezing another product out of the existing tipsters by Betfan. This would all be well and good if it were cheaper but Battle of the Tipsters comes in at almost £50 per month if you’re an EU resident. This is the cost of a reputable tipster’s service that can provide much more consistent profits than Battle of the Tipsters dose.
Personally I would look at exploring this option if I were looking for a legitimate business opportunity. If on the other hand I wanted a product to make my betting a little bit more interesting whilst still providing some opportunity for profit I’d perhaps consider Battle of the Tipsters, but only on these grounds.