What is the product about?
Provided by Betting Gods tipster stable, Systematic Racing is a tipster system that provides both win and lay selections.
What is the product?
Systematic Racing is a tipster service that Betting Gods says works due to its multi pronged approach i.e. using both win and lay bets. In actuality this isn’t really anything new though. There are usually around 4-5 selections per day, seven days a week, but the number can be more or less than this with Systematic Racing generating a 31.15% strike rate, a figure that I personally find rather disappointing. The system relies on a level staking system regardless of whether you are laying or backing of 1 point.
As is usual with Betting Gods products there is a lack of information on how selections for Systematic Racing are made with the closest to an explanation coming in a statement that Systematic Racing uses a systematic approach. This is hardly eye opening stuff though.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
You can get a one month trial of Systematic Racing for just £4.95. After this subscriptions are weekly, monthly and annually costing £5.95, £19.95 and £49.95 respectively. As Betting Gods use ClickBank to handle payment there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place. In terms of the amounts you can expect to make, Systematic Racing claim a profit of £545.70 which is based on £20 stakes (although that isn’t ever stated). This amounts to a points profit of 27.27 in 3 and a half months which I personally find underwhelming.
Does the product provide value for money?
Being honest I don’t believe that Systematic Racing does provide value for money. There are other tipster services offering better profits for similar costs.
Systematic Racing is a rather disappointing example of a tipster service. This is highlighted in the fact that it uses lay betting but has achieved such a low strike rate. If this were a win only service that backed outsiders, I could understand but in the case of Systematic Racing it just highlights that this isn’t a system that works well enough in its current format. I’d recommend shopping around and seeing what alternatives are available.