Offered as a part of the Betting Gods stable of tipsters, On the Ball is a sports betting tipster service with a focus on ball games.
What is the product?
On the Ball is a tipster service that specialises in providing selections for a number of different sports, namely Football, Tennis, NBA, NHL and MLB games. The bets are generally over/under games or a match outcome and these are typically sent out up to 12pm on the day. On the Ball will typically have an average of 2-3 tips per day and these can be in any of the aforementioned sports. In terms of statistics, On the Ball has allegedly achieved a strike rate of 57.02% with stakes of 1 point. In terms of how On the Ball works, the answer appears to be statistical analysis, possibly with some form analysis, with Betting Gods saying that the tipster behind On the Ball being a fan of number crunching.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There are 3 different subscriptions for On the Ball running monthly, quarterly and for life. These each sell at £29.95, £69.95 and £149.95 respectively and each comes with a 60 day money back guarantee (backed by ClickBank). In terms of how much you can earn, On the Ball claims to have produced £736 of profit since January. In terms of results that they provide (going back to May) On the Ball has made 22 points since May which based on £10 stakes would be £220.
Does the product provide value for money?
For reasons I shall explore below I don’t believe that On the Ball does provide value for money.
The biggest problem with On the Ball lies in the fact that to me, it simply doesn’t represent value for money. Let us assume we’re on a monthly subscription and look at the months that Betting Gods have provided figures for. £30 per month for 4 months means that we would have spent £120 of our £220 profit over this period on subscription costs. Given the huge number of bets involved this would mean that we would have staked anywhere between £730 and £960 for £25 per month profit. This simply doesn’t show a product that is worth the money to me. I’d recommend looking at other tipsters as unfortunately On the Ball doesn’t cut it for me.