Trademate Sports Review 2021 – Over 6 Million Euros In Profit

Trademate Sports Review – The software that has made it’s customers over 6 million Euros in profit.

With the popularity of matched betting rising in the last few years there are a lot of people that realise there is money to be made from soft bookmakers.

Trademate Sports Review Stats

In this Trademate sports review. Let’s take a look at whether value betting is another way of taking money out of the bookmakers pockets.

What is value betting?

Value betting is based on the concept that sharp bookmakers which don’t limit winning players (Pinnacle etc.)

Are much better providing odds that are close to the true expectation of an event occurring. In comparison to the soft bookmakers (Bet365, William Hill etc.)

This means that by following the odds movement of a sharp bookmaker such as Pinnacle, we can find value at the softer less efficient bookmakers.

If for example Pinnacle are offering something at odds of 2.0 and William Hill have the same bet at 2.2. We can be confident the bet at William Hill is value.

What is closing line value?

Many professional sports bettors look at the closing odds of an event to see if their bet was value. Rather then simply looking at whether it won or lost.

It has been proven that if you are constantly able to bet at odds which close on a sharp bookmaker at a lower number.

Then you will make money over the long term.

For example you bet Manchester United at odds of 1.5. On Pinnacle the odds close just before the event at 1.42. This would be seen as a “value bet” whether it won or lost.

Trademate Sports software monitors thousands of betting odds and flags up value betting opportunities when they occur.

Trademate Sports Pro And Core Review 

Results

After 6 months of using the Trademate Sports pro and core software lets take a look at the results.

Key Stats

Bets1924
Total Staked£61,700
P/L£1539
ROI (Return On Investment)2.5%
ROC (Return On Capital)29%

 

During the six months trial I got to test out both the core software (Costs around a £100 a month) and the pro software (£340 a month.)

The core software allows you to exploit a large number of soft bookmakers such as Bet365, Unibet, Coral, Will Hill etc.

Whilst the pro software focuses on the betting exchanges and Asian Bookmakers.

I have split my results up into two categories Core and Pro.

Trademate Core Results 

Using Trademate to exploit soft bookmakers was very successful.

I used a starting bank of £5000 and set my staking level to low kelly. (There are several different risk levels you can use with Trademate. Ranging from low to medium to high.)

After a total of 1146 bets a total profit of £1970 was made.

This worked out at an average return on investment of 4.1% per bet.

Trademate Pro Results 

Trademate Pro Results

The second set of results are using the pro software. For this software it is recommended you start with a £20,000 bankroll as the return on investment is much lower.

My starting bankroll however was again £5000.

Being based in the UK my focus was on using the pro software with the exchanges rather then the Asian bookmakers.

After 778 trades a total loss of -£430 was made with the pro software.

This worked out at an average return on investment of -3.1% per bet.

How to Use Trademate

Before I go on to my general thoughts about using the Trademate Core and Pro software.

Let’s take a look at how to use Trademate.

If you would like to trial Trademate yourself. Click this link and when signed up quote “Smart Sports Trader” in the chat for an extended two week trial and 10% discount off your first month.

Trademate Sports is a very easy product to use and finding value bets is fairly simple.

It takes between 10 to 20 minutes to set up initially. You choose the bookmakers you want to use and allocate an amount of your overall bankroll to that bookmaker.

Then you choose the sports you wish to bet on, markets, odds ranges and how many hours before a game you are willing to take a bet.

Each time the software finds a value bet you get an alert with the suggested staking.

Once you register a trade, Trademate logs this bet automatically and grades the result. The data is then used to produce your results as seen in the images above.

 

The filters are then saved for future use and any time you wish to find value bets for your selected bookmakers you just log in to the software.

There are occasionally some small problems with the software. For example an edge may show up that has long expired or doesn’t exist because a game has been suspended.

Any errors are usually fixed very quickly though and if you bring it to the attention of the Trademate Sports staff they will reply promptly.

Trademate Sports Filters

An interesting aspect of the Trademate Sports software is that there are several different approaches to using it.

For example there are recommended and non recommended markets.

The recommended markets are the highest liquidity games for example the Champions League, Premier League, NFL etc where it should be less noticeable that you are value betting.

The non recommended markets cover everything from women’s European basketball to the Serbian second division.

My focus was on both the recommended leagues and non recommended leagues. I struggled to get a decent amount of bets by only focusing on the recommended leagues.

Trademate Sports Filter

So I opted to also include non recommended leagues as that dramatically increased the amount of bets that I was able to get on.

Interestingly enough I found that even betting the non recommended leagues I have several accounts that have not been limited despite using them for the six month period.

Trademate Sports Core Review – Thoughts On Core Software

The core software is the staple of Trademate Sports. It is the software that the majority of its user base are subscribed to.

It has a higher return on investment per bet then the pro software and is a third of the price.

My results using the core software were much better then the pro (which is to be expected as the pro software in general has a lower roi.)

The software covers a large amount of soft bookmakers and I realized that there are also a lot of clone bookmakers that I didn’t have accounts with or barely used in the passed.

The big upside of the software is its simplicity and efficiency.

Which means that there is still a lot of opportunity for me to use the core software despite being limited by the majority of bookmakers.

Also I found that even the likes of Bet365 and Skybet where I am limited still allowed me to stake to win £50 to £100 on a lot of lower league English markets.

Overall I was very impressed with the Core software. I think if you have a lot of soft accounts and are looking for a way to utilize them.

Then Trademate Core is a great way to profit from your soft bookmaker accounts.

Trademate Sports Pro Review – Thoughts On Pro Software

My results using the Trademate Sports pro software were not as successful in comparison to the core.

At the start of the review I had 0% commission with Matchbook, with Matchbook I was able to get a large amount of value bets above 2.5% however after around 2 months my 0% commission was removed.

After that there was a large drop in the amount of bets I was able to get on using the pro software.

The Betfair exchange provided the most. However the main issue with this was often the liquidity. Often it was was very low and I could only get on £20-£30 which isn’t enough when the subscription costs £340 a month.

Using the pro software to find profitable edges is much more challenging then the core software. I did find some profitable areas however I struggled to get a decent amount of volume through.

Whilst I know there are people that have used the pro software successfully. It is not as simple as the core software and you really need to dig into the big data analytics tool to discover some profitable angles.

I think the majority of people would be better suited to using the core software.

Due to the lower expected return on investment of the pro software and larger amount of capital needed.

My personal preference is the core software.

Trademate Sports Review Conclusion

Based on the results of the core software I am happy to give a recommendation to Trademate Sports.

For a more in depth look at the software you can view the video above.

I feel that with the pro software I would need some more time to delve into the Asian bookmakers and get more data with the exchanges.

However the core software has proven to be very profitable.

Over the last few years there has been a reduction in the amount of money that can be made from matched betting.

Trademate Sports and value betting in general are a great way of getting more money out of your soft bookmaker accounts.

The big upside of using the software is its simplicity and efficiency. Allowing hundreds or potentially thousands of value bets a month.

Trademate Sports Discount

I will continue to use Trademate for my own personal betting, as part of the making a million from sports betting challenge.

Whenever I come across a service or product that is profitable I use it myself going forward.

By combining these profitable methods and services I have been able to generate a very good income over the last 4 years.

Value betting has been one of the main methods used.

Making A Million

I reached out to the Trademate Sports team and was able to get a special deal for readers of smartsportstrader.com

If you would like to trial Trademate yourself. Click this link and when signed up quote “Smart Sports Trader” in the chat for an extended two week trial and 10% discount off your first month.

Trademate Sports Review

 

 

 

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Trademate Core

£100
8

Service

8.0/10

Pros

  • Profitable way of betting
  • Easy to use software
  • Large volume of bets

Cons

  • Would recommend at least £3000 starting bank
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10 thoughts on “Trademate Sports Review 2021 – Over 6 Million Euros In Profit”

  1. are you going to continue using it?
    your average stake for this was ~7GBP is that right? i guess you wouldnt be getting
    limited even with soft bookies for those stakes?
    when you say you “get an alert” when there is a trade, do you actually have to be on their
    website or they send an email or something?
    how much time a day did this take you to find and make all these bets?

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  2. I might come back to it with a larger bankroll as they have just added a few more bookmakers. I don’t use these bookmakers for horse racing so I wouldn’t mind getting limited betting larger stakes.

    Once you sign up to Trademate you get a dashboard. After you have filled in the bookmakers you want to use and your bankroll it scans for value bets. Edges then pop up on something called the tradefeed and you get a sound notification with the edge % and recommended staking amount.

    The average stake was around £7 yes. I would have the tradefeed open for most of Satuday and Sunday. Probably around 10-15 hours a week I would have it open but would also have been doing other things at the same time.

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    • Hi Don,

      A profit was made with a £1000 bank.

      However when you take into account the subscription fees it would not have made a profit. With a bigger bank you would be betting larger amounts per bet. But still be able to stick to good bankroll management. If you were betting larger stakes your profits would have been bigger.

      This would means that you could cover subscription fees. Build your bank and then compound the profits over time.

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    • Until you are limited by most bookmakers.
      Will be different for everyone but had over 6 months using it now myself and still have bookmakers left to use.

      Reply

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