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Football Acca Tipster Review – Betting Gods

Football Acca Tipster is a sports betting tipster service which is operated through the Betting Gods stable of tipsters. As the name suggests, the service, you are dealing with football accumulators.  

Introduction to Football Acca Tipster

I make no real effort to hide the fact that I can appreciate what the Betting Gods team do with their tipsters.  By and large, their services are launched only after a decent proofing period, and when a service isn’t performing in the longer term, it doesn’t tend to stick around.

Whilst these may not sound like positives, I know some companies who will keep a tipster service up with historic results and claims, all the while taking money whilst a service underperforms. All of this is important to consider as the results for Football Acca Tipster are decidedly average looking, however that is only a small part of the picture here.

Football_Acca_Tipster_Review This is an accumulator based service, and as such, there is always the possibility that there is a big win around the corner right…? Let’s have a look and see.

What Does Football Acca Tipster Offer

So, I am quite keen to see what you actually get from Football Acca Tipster. Much of what you can anticipate here is the typical Betting Gods experience. This means a professionally managed tipster service with selections being emailed to subscribers on a pretty much daily basis.

There is also a members area on the website where you can view selections, as well as them being released on the Betting Gods app (which is available on both iOS and Android).  Selections are typically made available between 8am and 10am, and on the occasions where Football Acca Tipster doesn’t have any selections, subscribers are notified.

In terms of the bets themselves, there are a number of different notes to consider. First things first, I want to talk about the bets themselves. There are a massive variety of different examples.

Predominantly speaking though, you are of course looking at accumulator bets. It is right there in the name. But these bets are made up of a variety of bet types. For example, there are a number of BTTS bets, over/under bets, and of course straight “team to win” bets. The volume of bets from Football Acca Tipster is relatively low, which is a blessing for  reasons that I will explore a little later.

Another thing that is quite important is the staking plan. Betting Gods’s proofing shows that whilst the majority of bets that are advised through Football Acca Tipster have quite high stakes.

These range from 1 point on a bet, going all the way up to 7 points on a given bet. This creates a situation where you may be staking as much as 35 points in a day. If you are following Football Acca Tipster long term and there are a few busy losing days, this can decimate a betting bank. With this in mind, I think that even the 200 point betting has the potential to come up short on a losing run.

This brings me into the final aspect of Football Acca Tipster that I want to talk about and that is the strike rate. Everything that I have seen so far suggests that you would need quite a high strike rate in order to make the service consistently profitable.

Betting Gods claim that this stands at 28.84% which feels like it is just about on the cusp of what you would need in order for Football Acca Tipster to be profitable.  

How Does Football Acca Tipster Work?

When it comes to how things work with Football Acca Tipster, there is not a massive amount of information which is available for. This is pretty typical when it comes to Betting Gods and their products which is somewhat disappointing.

The fact that there is full proofing provide for Football Acca Tipster does go some way as a mitigating factor in this regard. I also know that the Betting Gods team do screen their potential tipsters quite well. As such, I am inclined to believe that there is probably something happening in the background, however I wouldn’t like to hazard a guess at what this is.  

What I will say (somewhat speculatively) is that I have a reasonable idea of what is happening here. If you look through the proofing for Football Acca Tipster, there are games  selected from a huge variety o leagues.

Some of these are quite well known or are obvious choices, however there are also elements of Football Acca Tipster that look at much smaller leagues. I am of the belief that the tipster who is ultimately behind Football Acca Tipster prefers to extensively research less obvious leagues with a view to gaining an edge of the bookies. I wouldn’t like to stake my life on this, but it seems like the most likely scenario.  

What is the Initial Investment?

There are just two options available for those who wish to subscribe to Football Acca Tipster. The first of these is a monthly subscription which is priced at £29 per month.

Alternatively, you can sign up for the full year for a one time cost of £279 representing a saving of “nearly 20%”. It is worth noting the fact that Betting Gods offer a one week trial with both of these options which will cost you just £1. As well as this, it is also worth keeping in mind that there is a full 30 day money back guarantee in place as Football Acca Tipster is sold through Clickbank.

What is the Rate of Return?

Football Acca Tipster launched back in October last year and since then, it has produced an overall profit of 45.8 points. This equates to a monthly profit of 5.72 points per month. There is no denying the fact that these results are disappointing, as is the ROI which Betting Gods claim stands at just 2.37%. These are incredibly low numbers.

I will not try to pretend that they aren’t however I do think that there is some wider context to be had. First of all, Football Acca Tipster had peaked in February at some 95 points which would have been a little more respectable. Furthermore, when you look at some of the bets that are involved with Football Acca Tipster, there is some potential for things to turn around.

For example, in just a few days, Betting Gods’s proofing demonstrates that you can make 16 points of profit in just a few days. This has happened a few times in the past.

Conclusion on the Football Acca Tipster service

Looking at Football Acca Tipster, the most obvious complaint to make here is that it isn’t profitable enough. There has been a 22% bank growth in some 6 months or so, which means £220 for each £1,000 you started out with.

In some respects, this looks pretty reasonable, but I would implore you to consider that 3 months ago, this was closer to a 95% increase. This recent decline in results has been sharp and very noticeable. There is no ignoring this fact.

I don’t think that this is all that there is to say about Football Acca Tipster though. Honestly, there are some things here that stand out as quite interesting. Before the obvious decline, this was a service with consistent growth, month on month. I feel that it is more likely that a tipster who is able to achieve this has hit a bad run than it is to say that a tipster can get lucky for 6 months before experiencing an inevitable decline.

With this in mind, I am going to say that I don’t really think that I would recommend Football Acca Tipster as it is. The lack of profit is definitely the driving reason behind this. Furthermore, whilst Football Acca Tipster isn’t exactly expensive, you aren’t exactly paying Betting Gods pennies to access the service. Those are my final thoughts on the service as it is.

But with that having been said, what I don’t want to do here is necessarily entirely write this service off. The football season is drawing to an end and that presents an opportunity in my mind for Football Acca Tipster to start afresh. If the previous form can be captured, then this will be something worth some serious consideration.


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From: Simon Roberts