Developed by Mark Andrews, SES Ratings is designed to show users realistic footballing odds with a view to allowing users get the best value bets.
What is the product?
Using its unique algorithm system SES Rating is able to provide users insight into the “true” odds of a game. Creator Mark Andrews says that on many occasions you are not receiving realistic odds from bookmakers and so are losing out when you bet. He claims that by checking odds against the ones that are produced by SES you can gain perspective on whether or not you are getting a good deal. The system itself is claimed to be very similar to the ones used by bookmakers and covers a variety of leagues in England, Spain, Italy and Germany. There are also provisions made for European football and the upcoming World Cup.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Access to SES Rating is subscription based with Mark Andrews charging £19.95 per month. As with many subscription based products there is no money back guarantee but you can cancel your SER Rating subscription whenever you choose.
In terms of the rate of return it is really difficult to gauge with a product like SES Rating. The product does not directly generate revenue and isn’t really providing you with a new method of earning money. I suppose that by using the information you can possibly make some winning bets go further.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I am not convinced that SES Rating does provide value for money.
Where I really struggle with SES Rating is in finding a demographic. Obviously the tool may be of mild interest to anybody developing or modifying an existing system. It is perhaps of more interest to anybody who makes betting trades more than anything, but I’m still not swayed.
Unless you are a hard-core trader I just don’t see how you can get enough out SES Rating to justify a cost that could easily cover a reputable tipster service and with that you are at least getting something tangible.