Continuing our series of monthly rankings, we're happy to introduce you to April's Best New Tipsters, which gives us the chance to showcase a few of our new faces, all of whom have enjoyed a promising start to their time on the Tipstrr platform.
A quick click on any of the links below will reveal more information about each tipster, along with details of any trial deals that are currently on offer.
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Profit: £548.20 to £20 average stakes
In tenth place, SoccerBR is the first of five new football tipsters on parade in this countdown after crowning four straight profitable months on Tipstrr with his most productive month to date. Providing selections solely in the Both Teams To Score market, this singularly focused service recommends average odds of around 6/4, meaning that his consistent 45% win rate converts to a healthy overall 11% yield.
Profit: £201.00 to £20 average stakes
It hasn't been all smooth sailing during the first six months of Balkan Syndicat's football tipster service, but he has already done enough to suggest that his profits should continue to trend in the right upward direction. Four profitable months out of six have all yielded double-digit growth, thanks to a consistent 45%+ win rate in his preferred 1X2 market, where he displays a happy knack of identifying winners from leagues all over the world.
Profit: £182.99 to £20 average stakes
It's been a case of saving the best until last for TuttoCalcio, whose knowledge of total football culminated in April becoming the most lucrative of his three months of service so far. Supplying tips on or below the even money line means that profit depends on a prolific win rate, and TC duly obliged last month, landing 36 of his 61 tips in various betting markets from competitions all around the world.
Profit: £1674.60 to £20 average stakes
You'll need to exercise a disciplined staking plan to manage the prolific output of AEC, but if you like plenty of betting activity from your football tipster, then he should fit the bill nicely. His goals-related strategy aims mostly at the Both Teams To Score market, and the fact that April's 21% yield crowns four straight months of upward growth since service launch in January suggests that, despite that tip volume, bankroll management should not be too much of an issue.
Profit: £203.53 to £20 average stakes
The last of our five football tipsters appears in the form of MuddyFootball, who has enjoyed almost relentless success since first setting up shop on Tipstrr back in November. A manageable output of 30-40 tips per month makes this an easy service to follow, while his two-tier staking plan is structured to protect bankroll, mitigating losses and enhancing winners - and there were plenty of those recently, thanks to a 66% success rate that produced April's 25% yield.
Profit: £2350.00 to £20 average stakes
Our top five kicks off with 20 To 1 And Up, and from that name there's no prizes for guessing that this tipster exercises a high-tariff betting strategy. A prolific tip output is aimed at identifying overpriced each-way value low down the betting market, so it is important to follow his advice to bet small betting units. April saw him land 11 whopping winners and 44 each-way places to crown four straight months of double-digit growth, while an overall 28% ROI suggests bankroll management should take care of itself.
Profit: £440.80 to £20 average stake
Don't be fooled by the name of 4th-placed BlindGuess - any horse racing service that can earn over £2,500 profit from five consecutive profitable months indicates a service that is built on anything but blind guesswork. That recent success has culminated with April's best yet 38% yield, thanks to an impressive 13 winners from 58 selections, backed up by a further 9 each-way places for an overall 38% success rate.
Profit: £826.78 to £20 average stakes
The first of our podium positions is occupied by horse racing tipster Fuzzy Logic, who should appeal to anyone who likes their tipster to provide a regular manageable service that is easy to follow. His output of 3-4 tips per day are all published in the same convenient early-morning time slot, while his betting model that computes horse performance alongside jockey and trainer form produced a tasty 39% yield in April, thanks to an impressive 35% win rate.
Profit: £1853.22 to £20 average stakes
Our runner-up comes in the form of TG Tips, who offers a busy horse racing service designed to exploit overpriced outsider each-way value. With that in mind, don't be fooled by April's seemingly meagre 8% win rate - those 12 winners were backed up no less than 48 each way places, and it is that 42% strike rate that forms the foundation of TG's early success, yielding over £7K in profits since first appearing on the Tipstrr site in December.
Profit: £851.23 to £20 average stakes
As so we reach our monthly winner, and April's Best New Tipster accolade goes to The Quest, whose performance in April has put the icing on an impressive first three months of service. His 15-20 horse racing tips per week are published almost exclusively before 9am each day, meaning there is never a rush to get those race-winner bets in place, and leaving plenty of time to sit back and enjoy a hit rate that has consistently produced a winner every three selections. At average advised odds of around 3/1, that's an equation that can only result in consistent profit - perfectly illustrated by April's 62.6% ROI that converted to over £900 profit to level £20 stakes.
So that concludes April's countdown of Tipstrr’s best newcomers, and as always, we must point out that early promise does not guarantee long-term success. However, we are certainly optimistic that The Quest and the other new tipsters listed above can build on their encouraging starts as they take their services deeper into 2022.