Created by Kevin Laverick, Value Football Betting is a sports betting tipster service base around identifying value bets for football games.
What is the product?
Value Football Betting comes as a piece of software that Kevin Laverick claims is able to show users the best value bets on Betfair. Despite this comment Value Football Betting is also advertised as being able to work on any bookie however realistically I would expect to use a Betfair account with Value Football Betting due to how it works. Essentially Value Football Betting looks at the various games that are playing out on a given day and then uses a database of statistics to identify the best possible bets.
Kevin Laverick says that Value Football Betting will look at 24 different leagues as well as data going back a number of years. It is by looking at these statistics that Value Football Betting is able to assign its own values to bets and compare these with what is being offered elsewhere. The bets that you will be placing with Value Football Betting are mostly based around home wins however the software will also provide selections based around under/over markets and generally looking at the goals scored.
The strike rates for services are hugely varied with Value Football Betting starting at around 20-25% right up to around 40% depending on which strategy you ultimately choose to implement.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Access to Value Football Betting is actually granted on a £37 per month subscription basis. This payment is handled through Paypal and given the fact there is no money back guarantee mentioned, one must presume that this is to be the case. That having been said this is generally the case in this kind of industry and as such Value Football Betting cannot be viewed in too harsh a light. In terms of the income potential of Value Football Betting, the points profit will depend on what bets you are backing etc. for example one of the three methods of betting has earned a points profit of 16.35 whilst another option has made 39.16 points of profit. Both of these have been made in a relatively short space of time however with Value Football Betting having launched in March this year.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally, I would consider Value Football Betting to be a tad expensive given the length of time for which the system has been proofed and the results that it has generated to date.
In order to ascertain whether or not Value Football Betting is any good i feel that the best place to start is with the same concept that Kevin Laverick has built it on, namely whether or not it provides value. At a cost £37 per month I would expect a pretty decent profit however I am not certain that this is offered to subscribers. The other issue does lie in the losing periods which could well start to eat into your betting account. After all Value Football Betting doesn’t have the best strike rate. Despite all that, there is some small merit to Value Football Betting and whilst it is worth monitoring, at this point I don’t believe I would personally buy into it.