Last but by no means least of our monthly Best Tipster countdowns, we list a few of the many services that prefer to venture beyond the two mainstream markets of horse racing and football.
Various sports are covered, so if you see a service you like, then just click on the links for more information about each tipster, and for details of any trial deals that are currently on offer.
Please note: Tipstrr users who have previously enjoyed a trial with a tipster are no longer eligible for any trial period offered by the same service.
Profit: £210.80 to £20 average stake
Lucky Bets has been quietly flying beneath the radar since he began his basketball tipster service in July of last year. Focusing on basketball leagues all around Europe and specialising in handicap betting and points spreads, Lucky Bets has begun 2021 with three straight profitable months, culminating in March's 64% win rate that produced his best ever monthly yield of 15.7%.
Profit: £346.67 to £20 average stake
Featuring in this list for the third straight month is Sports Insider, who won our monthly accolade in January and finished seventh in February, and his re-appearance only demonstrates the consistency of this proven performer. His success in March completes seven straight profitable months that have combined to produce an overall 14% ROI since September for a service that has hardly looked back since specialising solely in basketball a few months ago.
Profit: £186.49 to £20 average stake
It's been a slow steady recovery for our ice hockey tipster, Polakfox, who struggled to find his rhythm immediately after last year's lockdown. No such problems since the turn of the year, however, with four straight months of ever-increasing yields culminating in his best ever monthly return of 19.4% in March, thanks largely to a whopping 76% win rate in his preferred Over/Under market.
Profit: £759.01 to £20 average stake
Tennisbeast returns to our shortlist for the second straight month after finishing fourth in February with a marginally better 24% ROI. All that adds up to a great start to the year for this bustling tennis tipster, who has upped his output in line with the increasingly active tennis circuit, and has been rewarded with an overall 18% ROI in 2021, which converts to well over £1100 in profits to level £20 stakes since the turn of the year.
Profit: £168.39 to £20 average stake
We're always happy to see a variety of sports covered by our leading tipsters, and Chief Picks, whose multi-sport service covers various sports, focused predominantly on rugby union last month. Indeed, his return in this sport alone yielded an even more eye-catching 35% ROI, as he combined his knowledge of the game with the value he found in the Asian handicap market to produce an impressive 74% win rate from his 31 rugby tips.
Profit: £576.33 to £20 average stake
It was only in January that DaleTipster made his first appearance in our Best New Tipster rankings, so we're happy to see him graduating to come fifth in one of our main monthly countdowns. An overall 19% ROI from six months of service on Tipstrr suggests a betting model that is built to last, while in March a 53% win rate from 129 tips across various tennis markets took his monthly yield beyond that average to a tasty 22.3%.
Profit: £219.27 to £20 average stake
Penal07 is another familiar name, who has actually featured in our football rankings in the past, and would appear to be an ideal candidate for anyone looking to diversify their betting with a multi-sport service. However, last month his main attention turned to basketball, predominantly the European competitions, and his focus was rewarded with a solidly successful month, a 67% win rate and a 26% ROI.
Profit: £750.42 to £20 average stake
Our second tipster to have featured in these rankings in all three months of 2021 so far is Batibet, who has climbed the charts from 9th place in February, after having been runner-up in January. To illustrate his consistency further, March was Batibet's 12th profitable month out of 14 on the Tipstrr site, and his mixed diet of football and basketball tips have combined to produce an overall 20% return so far in 2021, which equates to over £1600 in profit to level £20 stakes.
Profit: £1400.29 to £20 average stake
We always find it difficult to pigeonhole the multi-sport service of SVB Tips, who is equally capable of excelling in football as he is in horse racing, occasionally in tennis, and sometimes all three at the same time. March was a prime example that could have seen him feature in both our horse racing rankings (53% ROI) and our football rankings (20% ROI) and with an overall 40% yield he certainly deserves to be showcased somewhere. Offering around 40 varied selections a week, SVB is very much a jack-of-all-trades and on his day he's pretty much a master of them all.
Profit: £320.36 to £20 average stake
If you follow European basketball closely, then Latvian might just be the service for you, and even if you don't follow it, it might be good to have a tipster in your camp who knows how to find the best value in those niche betting markets. Latvian has been producing consistent profits since he first launched on Tipstrr in June 2019, and although the curve of his initial success inevitably flattened a little, he continues to trend profitably upwards. An easily manageable 15-20 tips per week allows easy control of your betting funds, while the 69% win rate he enjoyed from his 49 selections in March earned a tasty 32% ROI and over £300 to level £20 stakes.
We hope there's enough quality among the above list to convince you that diversifying your tipster portfolio to include alternative sports could work happily in your favour.
Well done again to Latvian for his achievements through March, and we hope to see him and others featuring again in our Best Tipster rankings throughout the rest of 2021.