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Welcome back to the 2020 Betting System Oscar awards!This award is for betting products that cover any sports other than horse racing or football. Tradeshark Tennis have held the title for the last three years, but there has been a notable rise in tipsters and services that cover different sports.I have spotted basketball, cricket, US […]Continue reading
Welcome back to the 2019 Betting System Oscar awards!Today, it’s the turn of betting products which focus on sports other than horse racing or football. It’s not the best Oscar title, but “Best (Other Sport) Betting Product” does what it says on the tin!Tradeshark Tennis took the spoils in 2017 and 2018 but there are […]Continue reading
Welcome back to the 2018 Betting System Oscar awards!Unlike most awards which are handed out like confetti at a wedding, Betting System Oscars are presented to the systems, services, tipsters and software that you vote to be the very best.There was a big spike in the number of votes received this year and a few […]Continue reading
Welcome back to the 2017 awards ceremony! Today, I’m handing out a brand new Betting System Oscar for “Best (Other Sport) System“. This is a new category for 2017 and should be very interesting! If you take the horse racing and football systems off the table (which seem to win most of the votes) what […]Continue reading
So we come, at last, to the big finale…. who have my readers voted the Overall Winner in the 2012 Betting Systems Oscars? One final drumroll please…. The Overall Winner Award in Lucy’s 2012 Betting System Oscars goes to…… Tradeshark Tennis! Now, I have to admit to never having even heard of it before the votes were cast. […]Continue reading
Drumroll please…..!!! The 2012 award for Best Sports Trading Product, as voted for by you, the readers, goes to…. Tradeshark Tennis! Now I must confess to never having even heard of Tradeshark Tennis before – but then, that’s one of the main reasons for running my Betting System Oscars in the first place… This isn’t my […]Continue reading