Hat Trick Hero Review

Hat Trick Hero is the newest tipster service to be offered by the Betting Gods stable of tipsters. It uses a specific bet type and a huge variety of sports in order to find profit in betting for customers.

What does the product offer?

As is all too often the way when it comes to anything from the Betting Gods team, there is very little in the way of extravagant fanfare and claims surrounding Hat Trick Hero. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing however and I am of the opinion that Betting Gods hold their tipsters to some of the highest accountability out of all of the major tipster companies. With that in mind, the fact that Hat Trick Hero is their first service to be launched in some time makes it a rather big deal.

In terms of what you are getting, Hat Trick Hero is a relatively straight forward tipster service (with one difference that I will explore below) logistically. Selections are issued on a daily basis via email and are also uploaded to the Betting Gods website where you can view them in a member’s area. There is just one bet per day however and this is with very good reason.

Hat Trick Hero exclusively provides treble bets to its subscribers (hence the arguably confusing name). This is something that is rather unique as far as tipster services go and whilst I have seen focus on a number of different bet types before now, I don’t recall one being as disciplined. In terms of the bets, the tipster behind Hat Trick Hero is clearly knowledgeable on a broad variety of sports and this appears to be key to extracting the best value.

In the proofing that Betting Gods supply, a given week can include football to NFL to basketball and even rugby and speedway racing. This allows Hat Trick Hero to produce odds ranging from just 1.59 all the way up to 6.0 plus. All the time backing what appear to be pretty sure fire selections that are hypothetically low risk.

In terms of the numbers, Hat Trick Hero does have a very reasonable staking plan which is based around level 1 point stakes per bet. This means that despite the fact that Hat Trick Hero can have some losing streaks (currently the longest is 7) your betting bank is never really at too much risk. As you could probably gather from the fact that you are constantly betting on trebles, the strike rate for Hat Trick Hero isn’t fantastic with the Betting Gods site reporting 13.9%.

How does the product work?

Unfortunately, there is no information provide that explains what the selection process behind Hat Trick Hero is. This would typically be a cause for concern but having followed the development of the Betting Gods stable over time I don’t find it to be a particularly big problem. This is mostly down to the vetting process that Betting Gods have in place. Their trial period for a new tipster is one of the most substantial and rigorous that I am aware of. Furthermore, I know that the Darren Moore (the Director of Betting Gods) has pulled services that aren’t producing a profit for subscribers before now.

All of that having been said, as I have touched upon, I don’t feel that Hat Trick Hero makes any particularly out there selections. Whilst I can’t profess to be an expert by any stretch of the imagination, Juventus beating Palmero, Monaco beating Bastia and Club Brugge beating Wessterlo all feel like inherently pretty safe bets.

What is the initial investment?

There are 3 options available for those who wish to receive selections from Hat Trick Hero. The first of these is monthly at a cost of £39.95 per month. There is also a quarterly option available at a cost of £99.95. As is the case with a lot of Betting Gods products, both of these options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee whilst your first 30 days of selections will cost you just £1 (on a trial basis).

The last option on offer for Hat Trick Hero is a lifetime option which costs £359.95. This seems like a high price but over 12 months you would save £119.45 compared to the monthly option. As with the monthly and quarterly subscriptions, this also comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee. It is worth pointing out that although it doesn’t explicitly state it on the sales page (and as such I wouldn’t like to commit to this definitely being the case, but Darren Moore has historically offered to transfer a lifetime subscription if a service has to close within the first 12 months.

What is the rate of return?

Since launching in January of 2017, Hat Trick Hero has produced an overall profit of 83.47 points of profit. Whilst this may not sound like a lot, it does represient a very respectable ROI of 88.8%. I would also highlight that whilst the profit growth for Hat Trick Hero has slowed, I can still see how a service of this nature can be profitable again in the future.


A quick look over the numbers for Hat Trick Hero demonstrates something that any sensible bettor would be able to tell you off the bat and that is that this is a service with a lot of ups and downs. The nature of betting on trebles means that not everything is going to be a winner and you have to be prepared for some periods of loss. After all, it only takes one bet in 3 to lose out and you are out of profit.

That having been said, I feel like Hat Trick Hero isn’t the kind of product that will be successful because of the numbers so to speak. Yes, it is profitable, there is little doubt about that, and I can see Hat Trick Hero maintaining this profitability in the foreseeable future. Where I think this stands out from the competition is in the thrill of the win.

I know more than anybody that to make money from betting consistently you must keep a measured and a level head. Otherwise, you make mistakes, pursue losses and ultimately, will destroy your own betting bank. What this doesn’t mean however is that the fun that comes with monitoring a treble over the course of a day can’t still remain intact.

If I am truthful, as much as I like what Hat Trick Hero is doing, I don’t think that it is something that will appeal to serious bettors unless they are looking to expand their portfolio quickly and aggressively into multiple sporting markets. For a more casual kind of bettor however, there is plenty of appeal here. The odds are big enough that wins feel substantial, there is the thrill of watching a bet come in (or not) over the course of a day and most importantly of all, it makes a bit of extra money.

All of this is subjective however and the real question is whether or not Hat Trick Hero is worth paying for. After all, it is far from the cheapest tipster service on the market. Personally, I think that Hat Trick Hero is fairly priced. Betting Gods put out decent products and the tipster is entitled to be compensated for his advice. If you really aren’t sure if it is for you however, then it is well worth trialling the service for £1 and keeping in mind that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place as well.




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From: Simon Roberts