Betting Gods Review 2024 Are They A Scam – Will They Make You Money

Betting Gods seems almost too good to be true right?

They offer multiple tipsters on their platform who have made over £100,00k in profit!

In this Betting Gods review will look at how the Betting Gods Tipster Network, covering how they operate and the tipsters they offer.

Is Betting Gods a scam?

Do Betting Gods tipsters make money over the long term?

Betting Gods are a large company with over 18k followers on the Betting Gods twitter account. Betting Gods free tips are a popular discussion point however this article will focus mainly on their paid tipsters. 

Now I have previously done some Betting Gods reviews on a few of their popular tipsters. So I thought it would make a good article, here are my honest thoughts on betting gods.

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The Shady World Of Betting Tipsters

It is true that the world of sports betting tipsters is a very shady one. With a very large percentage of them offering no value what so ever.

I have written about these very popular social media tipsters that make money from the loses of players they refer to bookmakers. Then there are tipsters that just outright lie about results in order to appear profitable and sell tips.

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However there are a very small percentage of tipsters that actually offer some value. That record odds fairly and really do aim to make long term profits for their subscribers.

So where then does betting gods fit in?

Betting Gods Tipsters

Currently the Betting Gods Tipster Network have a total of 12 tipsters under their name. Ranging from popular betting markets like horse betting and football. To smaller markets such as boxing and European basketball.

I have had the chance to review several betting gods services in depth. A horse racing lay bet service called Cudsworth’s lays. This service really struggled during my review and is now no longer part of the Betting Gods stable.

The Football Guru (review here) a tipster which unsurprisingly focuses on the football markets. This service is showing a long term profit of over £3000 betting at £10 a point since December 2015.  The Football Guru performed well during our review although one negative aspect to report was the inclusion of the Bet365 inplay offer in their results.

Betting Gods Quentin Franks

A service that have I have used and had success with is Quentin Franks Racing (review here). This is a service that had a really stellar track record of producing profit month after month. It had tough year in 2017 but has shown to be profitable long term.

Many of the services that I reviewed are no longer with Betting Gods. The one service that remains of which I have reviewed is Premier Greyhound tips. This service was very profitable during our trial remains a standout service for Betting Gods. It is the best greyhound tipster service that we have ever come across.

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Over the past few years of running this site. I have had a few emails exchanges with people regarding betting gods. Where both the negative and positives of this tipster network have been discussed. Here are some of the main points that have come up.

Betting Gods Review – Negatives 

I can’t match the odds they quote and record!

This is the most common complaint I get about some of the horse racing services that Betting Gods advertise. A lot of people have emailed me asking if I can match the odds which are quoted for the Quentin Franks horse racing service.

In truth I can’t match them all the time, and I really put quite a bit of effort into making sure I am at my computer when the daily email arrives. 

Now from Betting Gods point of view I can see why they advertise their results this way. When emails are sent these odds do exist but bookmakers slash most of the higher odds selections within minutes.

If you don’t have the fastest email provider or are not able to bet close to the time of receiving the emails. You are not going to be able to get close to the odds quoted.

Perhaps a fairer way of recording odds would be to wait 10 minutes after emails are sent and record odds that exist at 2 or 3 bookmakers.

The way they market their services?

So variable staking plans are quite common among tipsters. Depending on the perceived value and odds of a selection will determine your stake amount.

For example lets say we believe Man Utd at home to Preston in the FA cup at odds of 1.30 is a really strong bet. We might bet 10 points £100 on Man Utd at 1.30.

However on the same day we also think Burton at home to Brighton at odds of 8.4 is a really good bet. But due to the difference in odds we don’t bet 10 points we only bet 1 point £10.

We would do this to protect out bankroll and lessen the volatility of betting at higher odds. This is a fairly common way of staking.

However it can lead to some of the roi and results figures looking a little inflated.

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An example of this was one of Betting Gods previous tipsters. Chloe’s football focus boasted some highly impressive figures. With an 89% return on investment and average monthly profit of £1286.04 to £10 stakes it sounds awesome.

However if you look at the detailed results you will see some large bets on high odds. For example 10 point bets (£100) at odds of 11.5 and 17.9 have won.

In a small sample size of 202 bets this can really give unrealistic expectations of the long term profits that can be achieved from sports betting.

Now from Betting Gods point of view. I can see why they would market this service in this way. The results are true and Chloe’s Football Focus is on a great run of results with those 10 point bets having paid off.

This potentially could be a very good service over the long term.

However from my point of view and someone that wants to educate people to be better sports bettors.

I know the pitfalls of this type of staking and understand the variance involved betting on such high odds. Personally I would like to see them include the level stakes results for the services that use variable staking plans.

This service is no longer part of betting gods

Betting Gods Review – Positives

They are pretty transparent 

Out of all the tipsters networks that exist Betting Gods are one of the most transparent. I have noted issues with including bet365 offers in results and variable staking inflating some of their tipsters results. But they don’t try to hide of any of this. If you want to go and have a detailed look at any of the 12 tipsters they promote you will find detailed results.

This is a big positive for me as it really allows you to get an idea of type of odds a tipster focuses on. The volume of bets a tipsters puts out, which markets they focus on.

It gives you a feel for the service without needing to join up first.

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They offer trials and money back guarantees 

A lot of tipster platforms are just looking for suckers that will pay for the first month of a service and aren’t bothered about the longevity of their customers. They will just trick some new people to join and this is their business model.

Well Betting Gods do want long term subscribers and that’s why they offer 30 day trials for a £1.99. This is enables the subscriber to see whether the tipster service works for them and suits their style of betting.

You can also get a full refund within 30 days no questions asked if you weren’t happy with the service.

Professionalism and support

Like I wrote earlier the world of sports betting tipsters is a very shady one. So it is refreshing to have a tipster network that is very transparent. Offers live chat and email support. And generally runs itself like a professional business should do.

So whilst the Betting Gods tipster network isn’t perfect. It is far from a scam and if you are looking to add a betting tipster to your portfolio. You can very easily take a detailed look at any of the tipsters they offer and take a up a 30 day trial to see if they fit well for you.

If you can’t match the quoted odds or have an issue with the service you can get a refund without any issue.

Overall I think you should always do your research before joining a tipster.

Betting Gods are far from perfect and I do think some of the tipsters are not going to be profitable long term. However they do also have some solid tipsters that stake reasonably and have long term winning records.

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12 thoughts on “Betting Gods Review 2024 Are They A Scam – Will They Make You Money”

  1. terrible experience that didn’t last long, the issue wasn’t even the losing picks as i understand the ebb and flow of betting. the issue was no response to their using inaccurate pricing (eg. picking a team -1 but using the -1.5 payback on the money – such as instead of -1 -120 or -1.5 +140, they would publish -1 +150, taking the best of both yet which never was the correct terms). this happened more than once in a short period. i put a message in their picks blog, which was ignored, then emailed them, to which they issued me a refund that i did not even request. don’t be fooled by the appearnce and the fact they have an app – disappointed as i really wanted to find a football service that was legit.

  2. Transparent?? Any Betting Gods tipster is the service becomes available to the public with 6 months of unvalidated results, which are usually far better than any results that happen once the service is available to the public and can be validated.

    Therefore there is the potential that the first 6 months data could be manipulated to attract customers to a new service.

    The service is always described as “Tipster has been active since”, however the service has only been available to the public since 6 months later.

    Seems very fishy to me, you have been warned.

    • Hi David thanks for the comment.

      Been a while since I used a Betting God tipster and generally only follow one once they have been around at least a year.
      I agree that they should not included results from there proofing period which cannot be verified by anyone else.

  3. I spent 3 years with this lot, not 1 tipster turned a profit at attainable odds over several months of trial (15 in total trialed!)
    They use early odds with no liquidity so they can claim the price is available at 2 major bookies, it is but there isn’t any money there to prop the price up which is the bit they don’t mention so when the first bet goes on the price collapses, fees are never included in returns either and at BSP they all lose money without exception.
    Quentin Franks and Golf betting expert increased the banks by 50pts after busting out, so much for managing a bank, my best years profit was -630pts after fees in 2018, the previous year was slightly worse.
    I made a few quid short term with a couple of tipsters who promptly went on to blow it, always maintain your own figures as they will be nothing like theirs in real life if you must use them and bear in mind with high fees and low returns small stakes are no good, it wouldn’t cover fees, use a dedicated email address too to avoid SPAM.
    If you want to be a smart sports trader, learn your sport and avoid outfits like BG.
    It sounds like Disappointed got stung by the same tipster lots of others did looking at the bet format, I had him too.

    Bear in mind, out of 15, not 1 made a +ve return after fees and attainable odds over several months in real life.

  4. Yea, I’ve been following betting gods, tipster Empire and a couple of other and it’s been awful, I’m pretty sure they are full of s***, I was doing betting on my own and I know nothing about horses, I was just trading changes in price etc.

  5. Betting God’s email marketing is questionable at the least. They suggest guaranteed income from betting which is unethical. I have been with them for about 15 months and agree with your comments. They also NEVER quote prices with VAT. So an advertised £59 for a six month subscription to one of their services is actually £70. My betting bank for betting God’s has been nearly emptied by following two of their services, their tennis service and the US racing service. The tennis service relies on any success he has by the occasional accumulator coming good which is irregular at best. Very disappointing. I have more success following my own selections based on football when on a bad month, I at least break even.


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