Betting Gods Review


Betting Gods Review a Comprehensive Analysis of Their Tipster Services


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Betting Gods ReviewI think it was about time that I did a comprehensive Betting Gods review. I have been asked many times for my take on this prominent tipster outfit.

There are an unquestionably high number of tipsters on the market and sorting the wheat from the chaff can be a difficult task. Personally, I have a series of red flags that I look out for.

These include things like a lack of proofing, convoluted staking plans that inflate the profits, and most importantly of all, no ridiculous claims (well, perhaps the most important thing is that it is profitable) 🙂

Of course there are a certain breed of tipsters that pop up on a seemingly weekly basis that contain all of these. They can be immediately dismissed.

Next up are the reams of independent tipsters, all of whom seem to giving it a genuine go.

These are guys who are doing their best to turn their betting knowledge into an income. The problem here is that these services often lack the kind of profits that justify their costs (things like £50 for 12 points profit per month).

Enter tipster stables. There are a number of examples available and I have already provided rather substantial coverage of Betfan, arguably the largest tipster stable on the planet.

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Unfortunately, biggest isn’t always best which is where Betting Gods come in. I will delve deeper into this relative newcomer below, but there is a lot to be very excited about.

Ok, let’s start this review. I warn you now, it is a long one, as they have a lot to offer…

Product Title: Betting Gods Tipster Services

Price: £1 for a full 30 day free trial

Guarantee: ClickBank standard guarantee

What You Get:

  • – Access to the tipsters advertised, and their daily selections.
  • – Free Trials.
  • – Full help and support.
  • – After sales support from Betting Gods.

Who Are Betting Gods Ltd?

Betting Gods is what I refer to as a tipster stable. This means that it is an online service that brings together a number of different tipsters under a single platform (the same roof).

This allows Betting Gods to manage their tipsters’ services, market them and most importantly for you as a punter, ensure that the best quality tips are made available.

The whole operation is managed by Darren Moore who has bags of experience in the field of operating tipster services. In terms of what you can get from Betting Gods, it links punters up with tipsters in a variety of different disciplines. From football to golf, and horse racing to rugby.

Naturally, this variety means that there is something for everybody, no matter what type of betting you like, or your approach.

Betting Gods was founded almost 2 years ago and to say that it has grown exponentially is something of an understatement. It was born out of Darren Moore parting ways with his old business partner, Neil Stevens-Wood.

The pair had preciously run Tipster Warehouse, a similar set up to Betting Gods.

They ultimately parted ways after deciding that they both wanted different things.

If you aren’t too certain whether or not something like Betting Gods is for you, Darren Moore provides one of the most comprehensive and best quality free tipping services I have encountered  – and I have reviewed a lot of them, and tested many!

Each day, a select tip from one of Betting Gods’ many services are sent out to people who are signed up for free tips. There certainly aren’t many good quality tipster services that give away something like this, so this is quite unique, and shows the level of confidence that they have in their services, which is very good to see.

This outfit is not a scam.

At this point you might be wondering whether or not there is any legitimacy to Betting Gods, especially given the fact that so many tipsters are out to make a quick buck. To create some context, you simply have to look at the ways in which Darren Moore interacts with the racing community.

Betting Gods have sponsored a number of different races and courses as well as opening themselves up to unwarranted levels of scrutiny through reviews such as this. In fact, Betting Gods founder Darren Moore has actively called for regulation of tipster services to ensure that punters stop getting scammed, as there is a lot of it out there, and if you are one of the few services that offer a genuine service, then it goes without saying that you would want the industry cleaned up.

Who is Darren Moore?

To say that Darren Moore has an understanding of the “tipping” industry is like saying that the ocean has some deep bits. He has been involved in betting for a number of years and by his own admission has ridden some massive highs, as well as slogged through some very bad lows.

Through his losses he developed a disciplined approach to betting and this is something that has definitely carried over to his approach to business.

The fact is that Betting Gods isn’t the first tipster service that Darren Moore has been involved in. He has previously operated as a tipster himself (for a management service that Betting Gods now dwarfs).

Darren_Moore_Betting_Gods_picAs time went on he began to learn the ropes through this company, Darren admits to finding himself frustrated with their missed opportunities, and most importantly, the fact that their customers weren’t being listened to.

This is hugely important because Darren Moore places customer service at the heart of Betting Gods. I will explore this in depth later but his customer focus is legendary.

So much so that he has written articles for Clickbank on his low refund rate (which can be read in full here).

To summarise, he says that if you want to reduce refunds you need to embrace customer service and put it at the centre of everything that you do.

Darren Moore attributes this to something he calls customer delight, a concept developed whilst working as a youngster in the family greengrocers. This means making sure that you don’t just provide the customer with what they want, but actively exceed their expectations.

This is something that is apparent when you start to look at how he operates Betting Gods.

Since starting Betting Gods, Darren Moore has gone on to feature on Richard Branson’s Virgin Pioneers (a website that shines the spotlight on up and coming entrepreneurs).

This article focused on how to organically grow a business and perhaps not surprisingly, Darren Moore attributes this to Betting Gods’ transparency as well as focusing on ‘customer delight’.

He has also been featured on the Guardian’s website as part of their small business showcase.

So the credentials of the man cannot be brought into question from the research I have done.

Who are the Betting Gods Tipsters?

Almost all of the different tipster services that Betting Gods is involved with have their own individual tipster behind the service, with very few choosing to extend themselves.

In fact, the only tipster who offers more than one service is one Quentin Frank. It is important to pick up on his involvement with Betting Gods, as well as to look at how long he has stuck around.

This is because when Darren Moore founded Betting Gods, Quentin Frank came with him from his previous stable.

Each of the tipsters have their own approach to betting and this is something that is clearly reflected if you take the time out to look at the results from one service to the next. Whilst some of the tipsters will tend to focus on value and outsiders, others prefer to look at their strike rate and win more often, albeit generally for less profit per bet.

This variation allows you to find a service that fits your betting style and you budget/bank balance. Again, the fact that Betting Gods allow you so much access to their tipsters, all with no real risk if you choose to bet on paper. I have used the phrase ‘something for everybody’ before now and I definitely stand by this.

Whilst finding your groove in terms of which tipster is for you might be a little time consuming, there is also no reason that you can’t have fun with it. I can also say that I was genuinely quite surprised at some of the things that worked for me, namely because I was rather dismissive out of hand.

Below I shall take a brief look at the various tipster services that Betting Gods offer. I will attempt to summarise what each service is about, how it performs and how much you can expect to earn.

Value Racing Tips

Value Racing Tips is one of Betting Gods longest running services. It is also one of the most straightforward. As the name strongly suggests, the focus is on finding value bets.

Each day provides 3 win bets to subscribers which is combined with a simple staking plan of 1 point per bet.

Since launching all the way back in November of 2013, Value Racing Tips has generated profits of 409.62 points of profit.

This figure is made much more impressive when you see an average monthly profit of £128.01, as well as an ROI of 17.38%.

Master Racing Tipster

Master Racing Tipster is a tipster service that has been created to help subscribers to gain an edge over the bookies. In order to do this, Master Racing Tipster puts out selections as early as possible, usually the night before the race.

The staking plan for the service come with a little variation but given that it has allowed Master Racing Tipster to generate a hugely respectable 415.29 points of profit. Even more impressive is that this represents an ROI of 30.59%.

Tom Nelson Racing

Tom Nelson Racing is a bit different to the services I have looked at so far in so much as it is aimed at serious gamblers. Tom Nelson sends out his selections almost as advice, in so much as he gives honest advice about his selections (allowing you some control over what you do, or don’t do.

There is definitely something to this approach however as Tom Nelson Racing has made almost £6,000 since July. This makes for an average monthly yield of £255.50.

Premier Greyhound Tips

Premier Greyhound Tips is the first to stray from the proverbial sport of Kings, however it doesn’t mean that there is any less to be taken home. The name of the game with Premier Greyhound Tips is experience with the tipster behind the service having over two decades in the sport.

Tips are sent out to subscribers on a daily basis were they have made an average of £178.19 points per month, albeit to varied stakes. This makes for a n ROI of 11.44% and a total profit since Premier Greyhound Tips of £3,563.70.

Big Race Bookie Busters

Big Race Bookie Busters has been with Betting Gods since the back end of 2014 and since then, it has gone on to make some pretty serious profits through horse racing. This is definitely not a service that will suit everybody as it involves pacing big bets when they come in. With the tipster behind the service (Tim) having made his name by offering longer odd tips, you know that you are in good hands.

This is something that the profits for Big Race Bookie Busters also show with £4,462.30 made since launching. This means a very respectable ROI of 26.27%.

The Sports Guru

In many ways, The Sports Guru is something of a newbie to the Betting Gods stable as it has just completed its first year. The service is very high volume and involves betting on a massive variety of different sports. The staking plan foes from 1-5 points per bet so The Sports Guru can be an expected to cost you a pretty penny.

Despite this high number of bet and eclectic , The Sports Guru has attained a strike rate of almost 45%, which for a backing service is immense. So much so that it has gone on to make an outstanding £3,254.60 to £10 stakes in just over a year.

Max Racing Tips

This is another relatively new service for Betting Gods with Max Racing Tips going live at the start of May in 2015. Since then, this straight forward tipster service has performed very well.

The tipster behind Max Racing Tips clearly knows his stuff as the whole service is based around statistical research and an aim to provide the simplest possible selections. This combined with an average strike rate of almost 35% makes Max Racing Tips a solid selection for any punter.

The average monthly profits of 15.19 points goes a long way to making it attractive too.

High Rollers Betting

High Rollers Betting is another of the Betting Gods services that has recently celebrated its first anniversary. The selections are research based and are sent out daily to subscribers.

Betting Gods say that the only purpose of High Roller’s Betting is to make money for you, and in this regard, it excels. In 12 months High Roller’s Betting has made an outstanding £3,955.50 to £10 stakes. This means that each month you would have had an extra £329.63 in your back pocket.

The Each Way King

As you might expect from the name, The Each Way King predominantly concerns itself with each way betting. Staking is advised at either 1 or 2 points. This is definitely an exciting betting service with odds going up to 18/1 in some races. Because you are backing each way however, the strike rate still stands at a very respectable 28.32%.

This means a profit of almost £4,500 in a year and a return on investment that dwarves most investments, coming in at 34.08%.

Betting Gods also offer to show you what they offer as a free trial of their tipster services:


Cudworth’s Racing Lays

Cudworth’s Racing Lays is rather unique in that it is the only Betting Gods tipster service that deals with lay betting. It is one of the newest services to be offered through Betting Gods and there is a very clear focus quality of selection. How much quality? Cudworth’s Racing Lays has produced a mind blowing strike rate of 80% meaning that one in 4 bets will be a winner.

Income wise it is a bit of slow burner however with the average monthly profit coming in at £90 (although still not bad). The important thing to remember here is that there is very little risk involved.

Quentin Franks Racing

Quentin Franks Racing is something of a long standing service when it comes to Betting Gods and it has nearly completed its second year. Quentin Frank is a long time partner of Darren Moore (owner of Betting Gods) and this allows for long term results.

In fact, Quentin Franks Racing puts a firm focus on this long term approach and a keen eye for detail, so much so that some days you get multiple emails per day. All of this is combined with a rather decent monthly profit of £215.15.

QF Value Tips

Another offering from Quentin Frank, QF Value Tips continues in a similar mould as his main service. With QF Value Tips however, selections are sent out the day before the race which allows you to seek out the best value and the best odd.

There are only a handful of these selections per day which won’t suit all punters, however a strike rate of 26.62% means that things are kept exciting and most importantly, profitable. This is reflected in the ROI that QF Value Tips has generated to date, a decent 21.54%.

Flat Racing Master

Flat Racing Master is one of the newest services offered through betting Gods however it is also one that is showing the most promise. With a combined focus on flat racing and a simple betting approach (win and each way stakes), Flat Racing Master is in fact probably one of the best tipsters on the market.

Just how good is Flat Racing Master? The average monthly earnings are incredible sitting at £553.60 whilst the ROI is a phenomenal 34.02%.

Golf Betting Expert

Golf Betting Expert is Betting Gods answer to a golf tipster service. It is also the one service that I feel it is easiest to get lost in the numbers. A simple look at golf as a sport shows that there is a massive amount to dislike, for example the strike rate is less than 10% which is frankly, abysmal. In spite of this though, the numbers make good sense.

For example, in just a few short months Golf Betting Expert has led the service to an ROI of almost 50% which is unprecedented whilst the average profit of £324 is still stronger than some tipsters.

Try Time Tips

Try Time Tips is a rugby sports betting tipster service and it is definitely one of the more interesting options that are on the market. In fact, with so little direct competition, Try Time Tips can really be used to identify the best possible rugby selections.

The fact is that Try Time Tips is a massively niche tipster service. Despite that however, since September last year, Try Time Tips has produced profits of £1,243.80 (far from huge when compared to some).

This is however based on a massively impressive strike rate of 48.61%, one of, if not the highest, service that I have ever looked at.

The All Weather God

Whilst other horse racing tipster services concern themselves with mostly seasonal racing, xx looks exclusively at all weather races. There is a certain consistency to these races as the going doesn’t have to be factored in, and the reality is that the less variables, the better.

This follows a simple enough 1-3 point staking system and has produced an average strike rate of 30.48%. This means that there is a profit of just over £1,000 in 6 months and an ROI of 13.98%, neither of which is necessarily life changing, however with a consistent service this doesn’t matter quite as much.

How do I get my tips?

When a tipster sends out their selections to their subscribers, they are issued via email and are also uploaded to a special member’s area on the Betting Gods website. One of the things that I really like about Betting Gods is that tips aren’t issued in the same way as some tipster services.

Instead of just listing them in an unengaging and unanimated fashion, Betting Gods encourages tipsters to explain their selections (although not all the tipsters feel the need to do so).

This carries multiple benefits for subscribers. First and foremost, you are encouraged to develop your own understanding of the sport that you bet on. For example, a tip from today makes reference to a certain stable struggling a little recently, but also talks about how they are coming out of this slump.

This is important information if you are interested in horse racing as you may then want to follow them independently.

My Betting Gods Account

Just to show you that my review is genuine, and I am reviewing this based on actual fact, here is a screenshot of my Betting Gods account:

Ben's Betting Gods Account

As you can see, once you have joined Betting Gods, and depending which services you have chosen, you can log in and view the tips for that day.

How much does it cost to join Betting Gods?

At present there isn’t a way of signing up for all of the services that Betting Gods offer. Instead you have to sign up for each service individually.

The prices are understandably varied as one tipster may provide more selections or put more research into their selections. In the main however, the tipster services that Betting Gods offer will cost you around £30 – £50 per month or £70 – £110 per quarter.

These numbers may seem high, but I can assure you that given everything that Betting Gods offers, they are amongst some of the best in the industry. It is also worth pointing out that almost all of the services offer a trial period where you can test a service for a full 30 days for just £1. As mentioned earlier, there is also a free daily tip.

This means that regardless of your budget, Betting Gods will have something for you.

Is Betting Gods safe?

I can genuinely say with the utmost confidence that Betting Gods is probably the safest tipster service on the market. As well as the transparency and honesty that Darren Moore provides, there are free tips, 30 day trials and finally, all subscription options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee which is backed up by Clickbank.

This is unprecedented in the tipster community with almost all other tipsters taking the approach that the dice fall how they fall and if you’re out of pocket, then it sucks to be you.

By offering the Clickbank money back guarantee, Darren Moore ensures that if for any reason one of Betting Gods’ services doesn’t meet your expectations, at all, there is an ironclad 2 month period to claim a refund.

This is possible as Clickbank actively process refunds themselves which means it is out of the hands of a vendor.

With all of this in mind, I would invite you to cast your mind back to the fact that Darren Moore wrote an article for Clickbank about his low refund rate. I think that this nicely sums up just how safe Betting Gods is as an investment.

All of that having been said, Betting Gods ultimately deals with tipsters and this means that there is bound to be some variation in performance from one month to the next. The fact is that any kind of investment or betting cannot be said to be 100% safe but I feel comfortable in saying that Darren Moore has done everything that he can to make it as close as possible.

Betting Gods are also a genuine company:

The company are genuine, and they do not hide. In fact their details are plastered all over Google for anybody to see, and find, as you can see below:


How can I become a tipster?

Signing up to be a tipster through Betting Gods is a pretty straightforward affair. In fact, you can very easily apply online. All that you have to do then is prove that you can consistently make money.

The reports from inside the Betting Gods camp are absolutely glowing in terms of the service and the management, and it is clear that Darren Moore has put together a very attractive package.

The income potential for a tipster is an outstanding 40% of all sales, before costs.

This means that for every pound your service makes, you see 40p (with Darren Moore estimating that £3,000 – £4,000 per month is a decent amount for a tipster to earn). Whilst this doesn’t sound like a lot of money and like you might be better going solo, Betting Gods does so much for their commission.

This includes full management of your service from updating results to sending tips out and managing subscriptions. They also provide a comprehensive customer support experience which means that your customers will never feel isolated.

Betting Gods also provide full promotion for your services. This ranges from things like reviews and email marketing to advertising campaigns in the Racing Post and even sponsorship deals. In fact, at the time of writing, Betting Gods are sponsors at Nottingham, Worcester and Wolverhampton race courses.

You are then left free to run your tipster service as you want, “with or without an explanation”. This means that all the administration is taken out of managing a service, yet you are free to run it how you want.

Profits with Betting Gods?

Darren Moore is extremely straight forward with you about what the various services can potentially earn you. As for the profits you can make, I won’t give a full play by play here, but you can do very well. On a monthly basis different services have averaged out at around £150 to more than £500 per month.

This is all achieved with level stakes of just £10 per point. This means that any results should be reasonably consistent and the income potential should always be attainable.

What else does Betting Gods offer?

Betting Gods is mostly focussed on providing the best possible access to top tipsters. However, this doesn’t mean that this is all there is to it. There is actually a surprisingly informative blog which is maintained by Darren Moore, with frequent contributions from the tipsters too.

These posts allow you to understand their approaches to betting and their analysis, as well as being a decent read if you want to get information and a professional opinion on upcoming sporting events.


Conclusion Betting Gods

What more is there to say about Betting Gods that I haven’t already covered? Ever since the company launched I have been an advocate of their approach which puts you, the punter, at the heart of everything.

I have actually reviewed a number of their products before now (which have all been positive) and every time I have walked away content with what I have looked at. What has surprised me in carrying out this much more detailed and extensive review, is just how much there is a focus on you as the punter.

Darren Moore is more committed to a great customer experience than anybody I know of online in the tipster field. Furthermore, there is bags of evidence to back all of this up, From the natural and organic growth of Betting Gods, to interviews with the man himself.

The thing is, when looking at Betting Gods as a whole is you really develop a new found appreciation for how everything ties together. This is a well oiled machine that rewards everybody at all levels.

Tipsters receive top notch marketing, promotion and management. As a punter, you definitely receive the best service by a mile – or should that be by a furlong? 😛

I have mainly focussed on the service side of Betting Gods but it is important to acknowledge as well that of the 14 services that Darren Moore manages, all of them have remained profitable in the long term.

Sure, there is the odd hiccup, however any tipster will tell you that this is simply part and parcel of the industry, but in the case of Betting Gods, the results are definitely amongst some of the more positive I have looked at.

Betting Gods Has My Recommendation

So to summarise, I have always like Betting Gods products, and after a lot of research I like them even more. Darren Moore genuinely seems to be one of the nicest guys in the industry and he cares about the service his punters get. This has allowed Betting Gods to develop into a truly international business.

If you are new to any form of tipping service, then I would recommend Betting Gods over all others. The reputation precedes them and I have yet to encounter a bad product of theirs. You can also trial things without risk which is a lot more than most tipster services can offer you. If you aren’t happy, you can claim a refund very easily.

The same also applies to seasoned bettors. Betting Gods has a service for every betting portfolio and again, there is very little harm in giving things a dry run.

With all of this in mind I wholeheartedly endorse Betting Gods and I think that it is something very rare. A tipster service that anybody interested in making money online should look into.

Summary on Betting Gods

  • Very generous packages that allow you to extensively trial the various tipsters with little risk
  • All services are profitable
  • Exceptional customer service. Second to none
  • The best all round tipster stable online

£1 for a full 30 days Betting Gods Trial

The fact is, for just £1, you can try any of the Betting Gods Services, so you really have nothing to lose, and everything to gain, because if the results are not as advertised, which they will be, but if you are not happy for any reason then you can easily cancel.

It is a case of you make money, or you pay anything else, and either way the only risk to you is a single £1 for a full 30 days worth of tips. You cannot get better than that, guys 🙂

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  • David Cary says:

    A very fair review on Darren Moore

  • Folkvar says:

    Paid for advert. The tipsters there are absolutely horrendous with the only exception being the golf expert. Truly the rest are awful.

    • Daniel says:

      Hello Folkvar, nothing paid for on this site, it is a review site, and products and services get reviewed, nothing more.

      Best Wishes,


  • Jez says:

    It is annoying to read the negative comment, I follow several tipsters since April 2016 on Betting Gods and can confirm that I have averaged approx. 400GBP per month profit from 10GBP bets. So far in 2017 the horse tipsters I follow have not been as good as last year but if you have a portfolio of tipsters (4 in my case including the Golf tipster who has been amazing) to even out any poor months – that all tipsters have sometimes, and as long as you take a long term view you will make good money with them.

    • Daniel says:

      Hello Jez, thank you for the feedback on Betting Gods, as with anything not everything works for all, but we actually dug deep in the review and found most good things. Obviously they are reliant on their tipsters and their performance.

      Best Wishes,


  • joan jenks says:

    Have you any update on Betting Rants latest venture. ? Kevin.

  • Dan says:

    Just an update for 2018 if anyone reads it, many of the tipsters above failed and were dumped by BG, after 2 years and numerous trials EVERY SINGLE ONE failed to make money after fees including the Golf expert someone mentioned above, he lost the entire bank of 200pts then increased it to 500pts when he had done so to keep his system afloat.
    Horses in particular rely on early odds, one vaunted as a big winner actually lost 300% at SP, if you think you can get early prices and keep accounts at the same time, good luck to you, i couldn’t.

  • tony says:

    I am in process of possibly joining bettinggods and I’d say it is very difficult say, to join even a successful service such as gold betting expert because he may have a run of up to 15 losses before you get a big priced winner, so u do need a very big bank, and lets face it, who wants to worry over where the next winner is coming from while your bank is dwindling away? I would tell people even as a tipster to make sure you have a large bank to cover potential losses because every single service will have them, and I’d also tell people to bet with a long-term view..

  • James Henderson says:

    One of the most annoying things about betting gods is that u can only stop recurring payments through clickbank and not via paypal that you paid your recurring payment with. One can easily cancel other firms recurring payments via paypal itself, but not with clickbank. having to go through clickbank to cancel is a real hassel.I remember years back when clickbank even refused to refund me. Never again will i use clickbank!

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