Offered under the Betting Gods umbrella of tipster services, Stars and Stripes is a sports betting tipster service that is centered on US sports.
What is the product?
Stars and Stripes is a new tipster service provided through the Betting Gods group that specialises in betting on NBA, NHL and American Football. The man behind the service isn’t named but is referred to as a “US Sports Betting God” who devotes their time to monitoring trends and team news. This suggests to me that Stars and Stripes is heavily steeped in statistics and form, particularly the latter as it tends to make up a much bigger part of American sports when compared to most Europeans sports. Unfortunately this must remain speculative as Betting Gods provide no insight or information into the selection process for Stars and Stripes. Bets for Stars and Stripes are sent out directly to your email with around 55-65 bets released each month which Betting Gods say should produce a strike rate of 58.9%. The bets follow a simple level staking plan backing win selections, total points and over under bets being the main ones that you will be betting on.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Betting Gods are marketing Stars and Stripes on a subscription basis which is available monthly for £14.95, quarterly for £39.95 and a lifetime subscription is available for £119.95. All options come with a one month trial which is available for just £4.95 and because it is sold through Clickbank, Stars and Stripes also comes with the distinction of having a 60 day money back guarantee in place which is rare to see with tipster services. In terms of income potential, Stars and Stripes isn’t going to make you a millionaire with the service having made 62.8 points for the 3 months that it has been active. This means that over a year a reasonable projection is 240 points however I would personally expect less than this.
Does the product provide value for money?
Whilst Stars and Stripes may be lacking in terms of the profit potential it is a pretty solid looking tipster service that is exceptionally well priced. With that in mind I believe that it probably does represent value for money.
American Sports Betting remains something of a niche although I believe that this is something that will grow with time. If you are interested in getting into it then I happen to know that you can do worse than Stars and Stripes, namely because I have looked at other US sports betting products that have done worse. Admittedly, Stars and Stripes isn’t going to be a massive money earner but that isn’t what betting is about. Personally I feel that it would fit in best as part of a larger portfolio where you are perhaps looking for new ways to boost your income but are perhaps already covered on the more well known avenues i.e. horse racing and football. That having been said it is early days but with a trial period and a money back guarantee in place, Stars and Stripes is probably worthy of a look.