iWinSoccerBets Review by Webcern Ltd

iWinSoccerBets is a sports betting tipster service which is seemingly being offered by Webcern Ltd. Despite a rather clunky looking website, this a service which can potentially offer a lot to subscribers.

Introduction to iWinSoccerBet

I don’t hide the fact that I have been doing this for some time now. In fact, I am (rather rightly I believe) proud of the time that I have spent getting to know the various betting services, tipsters and content creators that are on the market. In this time, I have seen a lot of different products that operate in lots of different ways. What I haven’t ever seen before is much that is really quite like iWinSoccerBets.

There are several reasons for this, none of which have particularly negative connotations. It is simply that Webcern Ltd seems to have had aims to cram as much as possible into iWinSoccerBets, and if this was the aim, then they have succeeded greatly. There is a lot of ground to cover here and finding what you are looking for can be a struggle, so with that in mind, let’s look at iWinSoccerBets and what you get for your money.

What Does iWinSoccerBets Offer?

The way I see it, iWinSoccerBets can be broken down into four core aspects which are Stats, Tips, Predictions and Information.

There is a lot of overlap between these things and some people may quite reasonably conclude that predictions and tips are the same thing. You would be well within your rights to do so, but I don’t believe that Webcern Ltd intended them to be quite the same for reasons that I will discuss a little later on.

First things first, I want to talk about the stats. From looking at iWinSoccerBets, this is key and an underlying factor in all other aspects of the service. Here Webcern Ltd compile a huge number of different statistics from teams from across the world, ranging from the English, all the way to the Kenyan Premier League.

Here you can see things like the home and away record, form ratings and goal statistics. These mean that you could feasibly use iWinSoccerBets for your own betting system if you were so inclined.

Taking full advantage of these statistics are the predictions that iWinSoccerBets puts out. These seem to be based entirely off the numbers and highlight where there is a particular perceived advantage for one team or another.

These predictions can be based on a number of different statistics, but ultimately, they appear to be robotic in their design.  What this means is that they don’t consider any factors that a human may spot (for example, a star striker being injured).

The tips stem from this, and ultimately, they seem to come from somebody within Webcern Ltd rather than being advised mechanically. It is worth noting that there is proofing for iWinSoccerBets although not too much in the way of numbers. There is however a claimed strike rate of 60% which looking at the results seems about right.

Finally I want to talk about the information side of iWinSoccerBets. This is comprehensive and covers a range of topics in a dedicated training area. Equally of interest here are the blog posts from the Webcern Ltd team. They are reasonably well written and genuinely quite informative. Whilst not integral to iWinSoccerBets in many ways, I do see it as a nice addition.

How Does iWinSoccerBets Work?

As I have mentioned already, it seems apparent to me that iWinSoccerBets is very clearly a statistics based service. This is evidenced by looking at the predictions page which show a number of potential betting outcomes.

These are based around the exact statistics that Webcern Ltd put out elsewhere. What is reassuring about this for me is the fact that the statistics are a key component of iWinSoccerBets in a wider sense.

The fact of the matter is that I can think of a number of different tipsters who claim that their selections are based around statistics. Where iWinSoccerBets stands out to me is that their stats are there for you to see. You could literally use that element of the wider service without paying a penny if you were so inclined. With the right system, this should even prove profitable.

What is the Initial Investment?

You can sign up to iWinSoccerBets with limited access for free. If you want to receive full access to everything (including the tips), then you will need to pay a subscription fee for iWinSoccerBets. Webcern Ltd are asking just £4.97 in order to receive selections for the first 30 days.

Once this has elapsed, then the price goes up to just £15 per 30 days. It is important to note with this that iWinSoccerBets is ultimately sold through Clickbank. This means that it comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee, a fact that Webcern Ltd freely advertise.

What is the Rate of Return?

There is unfortunately no specific claim made in terms of the income potential of iWinSoccerBets. This is somewhat disappointing as ultimately, this is likely to be a priority if you are reading this.

With a strike rate of 60% however, I think that it is reasonable to say that you will make money through iWinSoccerBets. Quite how much will depend on how much you are willing to stake, but I think that it is important to keep in mind that football betting doesn’t tend to have particularly long odds.

Conclusion on iWinSoccerBet

There is a lot about iWinSoccerBets to like in my opinion. Unfortunately, there is one criticism that I have to address first which is the website. I love what Webcern Ltd have created here. The website is informative, it (by and large) does a good job of conveying information where it needs to be conveyed.

This is all very good, especially given the price, but finding what you are looking for can be tremendously hard work. I understand from my research that Webcern Ltd seems to be a bit of a one man band, but this is an area where a little investment would go a long way.

Moving on from this, I don’t think that iWinSoccerBets is something that will simply suit everybody. This is not necessarily an easy option and I think that it is very fair to say that having some existing knowledge will go a long way here.

But that doesn’t mean that Webcern Ltd are bad at what they do.

In fact, if the truth be told, I know some people who would rather have this information overload than not have enough. For those who don’t want much involvement, once you get used to the website you can find your way around iWinSoccerBets pretty easily.

Arguably the stand out factor here is the pricing. iWinSoccerBets is incredibly inexpensive for what is on offer. This doesn’t in and of itself warrant a recommendation. I can say with my hand on my heart that there are a number of services which are arguably better as a tipster than iWinSoccerBets which are somewhat similarly priced.

But the whole point of looking at this is to view Webcern Ltd’s service as a whole, not just a single aspect. In this regard, there is little like it on the market and for the costs involved, it could be well worth a look.

I have to say though, the website is a mess and looks like something created on Windows 95.


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From: Simon Roberts