Super Sports Bot Review: Multi-Sports Betting Software

Super Sports Bot Review
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  • Rated 4.5 stars

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Welcome to our Super Sports Bot review - Betting software that enables automated betting on many sports including tennis, cricket and american sports.

Pros

  • Uses Betfair API
  • 14 Sports available to bet on
  • Bet on 10 games at once autonomously
  • Very little time required to operate
  • Excellent customer support

Cons

  • Poor user manual
  • No test mode - real money bets only
  • Cannot mix strategies

It’s Dave here reporting back with my final review update of the Super Sports Bot. Over the last month it has made me a profit of £33.14, which added to last month’s profit of £14.72 gives me a total profit of £47.86. Throughout the review I have set the bot to make a target profit of just 50p from each game, so this works out as a very nice return indeed!

I chose the 50p target as this keeps the bet sizes reasonable, especially if you do hit a bit of a losing streak. It is important to understand that the bot will seek to recover your losses and may at times fire quite a large bet into the market to win only a small amount if it is successful. I stressed before that the initial set up (user controlled) is very important and would stress this again as mistakes can be very costly.

Super Sports Bot Review Interface

Review Stats £47.86 profit with aim of making 50p per fixture
Starting bank User’s discretion
Average no. bets User’s discretion
Time of emails No emails, fixture list updated as required
Price £79.97 for a 12 month license
Rating Pass

Sports available to bet on with the software
  • Tennis
  • Cricket
  • Boxing
  • Badminton
  • Rugby League
  • Rugby Union
  • Australian Rules
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Ice Hockey
  • American Football
  • Hockey
  • Handball
  • Volleyball

There is only one market available – Match Odds – but you can choose from various options including both backing and laying either Home, Away, Draw, Favourite and Favourite Home.

Unfortunately, you cannot mix strategies, so once the bot is running it will only place bets using one of the above options.

Super Sports Bot Review Settings

I have been using the following settings, but I recommend you use whatever you feel comfortable with:

  • 0.5 profit per match / 5 profit per tab / 10 profit all tabs
  • Stop loss: 5
  • Profit Delta 0.2
  • Minimum odds 1.26
  • Maximum odds 4.00

As with the previous month, I have not used it constantly but it has come more to the fore with the recent Wimbledon tennis, although some of the prices for some of the favourites were on the low side for the bot to fire.

If you followed my review of the Auto Profit Soccer bot, you will be aware of how the software works as it is basically the same, except for the fact it does not include football fixtures.

It features 10 tabs that enable the software to run across 10 games at once. Each tab records its own profit/loss figures and you can also transfer profit across to another tab to help keep the bet sizes down.


Video Overview

Pricing

The software costs £79.97 for a 1 year license for one computer and it can also be ran on a VPS if you have one. I covered 60% of the license fee using small stakes during the two months of my review.

We use Tagadab VPS (Virtual Private Server) in our betting bot reviews. It is ideal as we can run the bots 24/7 without having to have a PC switched on all the time and can also be accessed via any device.

It's fast, reliable and recommended by some of the best bots on the market.


Summary

My knowledge of many of the sports covered by this bot is limited but for those of you that enjoy these, this may be a useful addition to your betting portfolio, particularly as you can use it in a set and forget mode. Once set up it will run automatically for as long as you want, but do make sure before setting it off that it is indeed set up exactly as you want it.

I have no hesitation in giving this system a pass, it is a very useful tool to have, but as the manual lets it down I will be awarding 4.5 out of 5 stars.


Super Sports Bot Review: Update One

18th June 2016

It’s Dave here with the first update for my review of the Super Sports Bot, which I have now been using for one month. I am pleased to report that it has made a small profit over the last month of £14.72 using a target profit of £0.50 per game.

The bot covers mixed sports including Tennis, American Sports, Rugby and Cricket. It does not include football or horse racing as the authors already have separate bots for these sports on the market (Auto Profit Soccer & SAW Deluxe).

The settings that I have been using so far are as follows:

  • 0.5 profit per match / 5 profit per tab / 10 profit all tabs
  • Stop loss: 5
  • Profit Delta 0.2

I have allowed it to bet on all sports, but I’ve set the minimum odds at 1.26 as tennis can be very low. Max odds are 4.00.

I have to say that I have not used it constantly but at the same time, when I have switched it on, I have just left it to run. I will say that with the exception of American Football of which I am a huge fan (not being played at the moment - the season starts later in the year), my knowledge of the other sports covered by the bot is poor.

With this in mind, I originally set the bot up to make a profit of £1.00 per game, however I have now reduced this to 50p following an error on my part where I forgot to tick a box and the bot fired in a bet of £106 to win £1!

I cannot stress highly enough that if you choose to use this software, before pressing start check, check and check again that it is set up exactly as you want it to be. It is very easy to miss a setting especially if you are in a hurry and this could prove to be very costly for your bank.

I will try to use it more over the next month (when the Euros get out of the way – am I the only one who thinks that they are dire?) and report on my progress in a further months time.


Super Sports Bot Review: Introduction

18th May 2016

Hi it's Dave here and this week we are commencing a review of the Super Sports Bot, which is a Windows based automated betting bot from the same stable as the Auto Profit Soccer bot that we recently completed a review of.

The bot works in exactly the same way as the soccer one except it covers a variety of different sports, but there is only one market to bet on and this is Match Odds.

You do however have the option to select Home, Away, Draw, Favourite and Favourite Home in this market but they cannot be intermixed. You may also choose to back or lay the selections but again, they cannot be mixed.

The following sports are just a few that are available to bet on with the bot:

  • Tennis
  • Cricket
  • Boxing
  • Badminton
  • Rugby League
  • Rugby Union
  • Australian Rules
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Ice Hockey
  • American Football
  • Hockey
  • Handball
  • Volleyball

It will NOT accept football or horse racing bets as these are catered for by other bots from the same authors.

Super Sports Bot Review Interface

The software uses a progressive staking system, which increases the stakes after a losing bet, until the loss has been recovered. You are able to bet on up to 10 different games at the same time using a tab system. Each tab records a separate profit/loss and any profits made can be transferred to another tab if needed.

You can enter your own parameters for various settings such as the minimum amount matched in the market, min/max odds and stop losses.

The download instructions and the user manual are almost identical in both Auto Profit Soccer and this one. I said that the manual let the soccer bot down and this is yet again the case with this bot, which is a pity.

The software costs £79.97 for a 1 year license for one computer. It can also be ran on a VPS if you have access to one.

I intend to use exactly the same settings initially as I did with Auto Profit Soccer to see how things progress. I will fine tune these settings as and when needed. Suffice it to say that I do not normally bet on any of the sports covered by this bot so I will tend to let it do its thing rather than select certain events as I do with the soccer bot.

I will report back in a further month with the results.

Pros

  • Uses Betfair API
  • 14 Sports available to bet on
  • Bet on 10 games at once autonomously
  • Very little time required to operate
  • Excellent customer support

Cons

  • Poor user manual
  • No test mode – real money bets only
  • Cannot mix strategies

2 Comments

  1. Can you please say on which sports exactly did you use the settings shown on the screenshot with which you made profit ?

    Did you use all sports that the bot can run, or only some sports ?

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