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eSports Betting Guru – Results Update

The tough times continue for the eSports Betting Guru unfortunately, with another 8 points lost since our last update a month ago. 

That means they are now 40 points down for our trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

They have now lost over half the advised 75 point starting bank so could do with turning things around before we start getting towards the bank-wipeout stage. 





eSports Betting Guru – Results Update

12th January 2021

A small decline for the eSports Betting Guru over the last month, with a loss of 3 points made since our last update.

That means they are now 32 points down for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

The bet volume has been quite low lately, probably due to a lack of action over the Xmas and new year period but the last few results have been a bit more promising so let’s see if that’s a sign of things to come.





eSports Betting Guru – Results Update

7th December 2020

It’s been a tough start to our trial of the eSports Betting Guru, with a loss of 29 points made so far after six weeks.

You can view full results here.

Bets are recommended with a range of bookies including the “sharps” – Pinnacle, 188Bet, Dafabet etc, as well the “softs” like Bet365, William Hill etc.

This service was introduced with quite a lot of fanfare and expectations were high so it’s been a bit disappointing to see the results so far, but it is still early days and plenty of time to turn things around.





eSports Betting Guru – New Review

21st October 2020

For those not familiar with it, eSports is basically competitive video-gaming. It involves competitions in various video games between professional players, individually or in teams. 

It has grown hugely in popularity in recent years and (before the covid pandemic at least) had stadiums full of people watching the biggest contests. 

We have to admit it’s rather unfamiliar to us and we have never sat down and actually watched a live eSports game (or match?) but it’s all the rage with younger folk these days we understand. 

We always say though we don’t mind what a service bets on as long as it has shown an ability to give those darn bookies a good bashing and the service we are taking a look at today has certainly done that. 

It is a specialist in eSports betting and is causing some serious waves in the betting community.

The service is called the eSports Betting Guru and is based at the reputable Betting Gods tipster platform. 

The tips come from a chap called Dan, a full-time data scientist by day using those skills to also pick out some solid eSports betting tips across various games including CS:GO, League of Legends, DOTA and Overwatch. 

The strike rate of the selections to date is 66% and the total profit stands at 68 points since Dan started tipping in June.

That has been achieved with a return on investment of over 15% and the bank has nearly doubled in just four months which is very good going.

So those results look pretty stellar and there has certainly been a great deal of excitement about the launch of this new tipster, with spaces for the tips filling up fast. 

Let’s hope the long-term results match that excitement and we see some steady, consistent profits. We will launch our trial today then and please check back here for updates to see if that turns out to be the case. 

In the meantime you can check out the eSports Betting Guru for yourself here.





1 reply
  1. Alessio
    Alessio says:

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