What is Trademate Sports? The Next Step After Matched Betting

The creators of Oddshero are also the creators of another sports betting software called Trademate Sports.

Trademate is the ultimate value betting tool for new and professional sports traders.

They calculate the true odds of a sports event and signal when the bookies make mistakes, enabling their customers to exploit them.

After turning over all of your bonus bets with Oddshero, value betting with Trademate Sports is the perfect next step in your sports betting journey!

What is Value Betting?

The odds fluctuations in a game between Manchester City and Chelsea.

To explain value betting to you, we will start with a real-life example. In 2016, Manchester City played Chelsea in an FA Cup fixture. Two hours before the game, the best odds on Chelsea to win were @1.77.

Then, one hour before the game, the official starting line-ups were released to the public, where Manchester City decided to included five teenagers debutants in their side.

This decision created a massive reaction in the betting market, as you can see in the image above.

In the space of 15 minutes, the price of Chelsea in the Asian markets (orange line) dropped from 1.77 to below 1.40.

On the other hand, Norsk Tipping and other soft bookmakers (blue line), were a lot slower to react, which is where Trademate comes into play.

Asian bookmakers are a lot quicker to react to the betting market in comparison to soft bookies; 30 minutes slower in this example!

So, in this game, a value bet was created for Trademate Sports customers, giving them a significant edge over the bookmaker. This is what we call a value bet!

Coin Flip Example

There is no ‘sure thing’ in value betting, meaning any bet you place has the ability to win or lose.

Value betting is a long-run game, the more bets you place, the larger your sample size and the less variance you will incur. Take a coin flip for example.

In a coin flip you have two possible outcomes; heads or tails. If the coin is not weighted on one side, the chances of it landing on heads is 50% and the chances of it landing on tails is 50%.

The theory behind value betting with Trademate Sports!

Now, let’s say your friend wants to make a $10 bet on a coin flip and he/she offers you odds of:

  • Heads @2.10
  • Tails @1.80

Unless you’ve lost your mind, you’re going to bet on heads as it offers better odds and has the exact same chance of landing as tails.

Theoretically, expected value (EV) says that half of the time you will win $11 and the other half you will lose $10. This means your EV is $0.5 from each flip.

As we know, having a 50/50 split on results from a coin flip doesn’t always happen. But, over time, the more coin flips you do, the closer your results will converge towards $0.5 per flip.

Make 1,000 coin flips, and now you have an expected value of $500. Even if you over or under perform on that number, it’s still a decent profit!

This is exactly how value betting with Trademate works, if you’re constantly placing bets that have an edge over the bookmaker, over time, you’re going to make some serious profit!

How the Trademate customers have performed

If you want to see every piece of content Trademate possesses that proves it is profitable, check out this article. If not we can tell you here!

From January 2016 - September 2019, Trademate Sports' customers profited €4.2 million from 2,315,590 trades, at a return on investment (ROI) of 2.55%.

And this is just from the results against the soft bookmakers! As we highlighted before, this is not a get-rich-quick solution, with an average ROI of 2.55% it takes time and a lot of trades!

Data from Trademate users (Jan 16 - Sept 19) based on the number of trades placed.

Look at this table for the results per number of trades placed by the Trademate customers.

Here you can see that the more trades you place, the greater your chances of profiting are.

From Matched Betting to Value Betting

As we mentioned before, Trademate Sports is the perfect next step in your sports betting journey after you’ve turned over all your bonus bets with Oddshero.

Why? Because starting Trademate with the highest possible bankroll gives you much more profit!

Check out Alex’s video here, where he goes through what profits you can expect with a variety of starting bankroll’s.

He started using Trademate with a bankroll of $1,000, and it took him three months to double his bankroll using the software.

But, if he had started with $5,000 he would have profited a further $5,000! This proves how important it is to start your value betting journey with a large starting bankroll!

How much does Trademate Sports cost?

There’s a reason why you need to start with a large bankroll, because Trademate costs a lot more than Oddshero. But the potential is also larger.

When signing up for Trademate, take advantage of the free week trial to test it out and see what you think.

After your free week, you have to pay a monthly subscription fee. Refer to their pricing packages here.

Note: If you are already using Oddshero, you can qualify for a discount on Trademate, just ask us in the support chat!

There are three monthly subscription options with Trademate Sports:

  1. Trademate Core - An entry-level value betting tool that is ideal for generating a secondary income or building your trading bankroll before moving into the Asian markets. With the Core package you get access to 75+ soft bookmakers.

Cost: €120/month or €300/3 months

  1. Trademate Pro - For the professional/ or aspiring professional sports bettor or any individual wishing to generate a secondary income from trading in the Asian/Exchange betting markets. You get access to all Asian Bookmakers & Betting Exchanges + 75+ soft bookmakers.

Cost: €400/month or €1000/3 months

  1. Trademate Nordics - a value betting tool for beginners and those who only want to use three Scandinavian national bookmakers.

Cost: €30/month or €75/3 months

Start your free trial with Trademate Sports here!

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