Unfortunately, March wasn’t another triple-digit profit month that we became used to in February but it was still a profit… Just! The Betting Gods team of tipsters managed to collectively secure 28.44pts profit. Not the most exciting profit figure we’ve ever seen but a profit nonetheless! But who did what?
Let’s start by taking a look at who performed particularly well in March:
NHL Betting Master
NHL Betting Master stored to the top of the charts with a few big wins on underdogs to secure 33.67pts profit. But that’s not the impressive part. It’s his ROI that makes him a standout performer in March with a staggering 82.12% return on investment achieved during the month.
Premier Greyhound tips
Michael from Premier Greyhound Tips continues to make a habit of appearing in the top 3 tipsters for the month with another 28.21pts of profit secured and an ROI of over 50%! He’s fast approaching £10,000 in lifetime profit with £10 bets (on the greyhound racing!?)… With April be the month he achieves it?
The Racing Pundit
The Racing Pundit might be the newest racing tipster to join the network but he kicks things off in style by making quite the impression. He secured a mighty 38.51pts profit in his first live month with the network.
Other Notable Mentions
Plenty of other tipsters achieved double-digit ROIs in March including Cheek Pieces and Cricket Betting Tipster who both hit 20% ROIs. The Basketball Geek also hit a 13% ROI. Finally, the latest addition to Betting Gods, The Winning Trap, also picked up a huge 50.64pts profit with a 10.77% ROI.
As with all months, there are always going to be a few poor performers. We don’t hide this fact! Here are the tipsters that didn’t quite perform as well as hoped:
The Rolling Aces
It’s been a bumpy month for The Rolling Aces who lost 23pts with a poor -52% ROI for the month. He’s a bump in the road for now but we’ll keep a close eye on his performance in April.
PGA Profit continues to just miss out on winners on the golf proving just how volatile golf betting can be. The month could have been completely different if one of the three placed bets had won instead at odds of 55/1, 66/1 and 80/1. Let’s hope he can pull in a winner or two in April.
Under Par Golf Tips
Under Par Golf Tips had a fall from grace in March after topping the charts in February. It just wasn’t meant to be with too many bets missing out with plenty of close winners. We’re confident he can turn it around having seen what he can do in February.
With 28.44pts profit in March, it wasn’t the most exciting month but plenty of tipsters did perform well individually.
Below is a table outlining exactly how each tipster performed, ranked from highest to lowest ROI: