Review: Sportsologists

Website: sportsologists

Instagram: @sportsologists

Sportsologists provide picks for soccer, football, tennis, baseball and basketball. We tracked picks from every category but due to the volume of picks the focus is pretty heavily on soccer and football.


  • Soccer
  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Baseball
  • Basketball


  • Pre-Game

Preferred Bet Type

  • Point Spread
  • Money Line / Full-Time Result


  • Picks tracked: 202
  • Hit rate: 58.9%
  • Return on investment: 1.0%
  • Net profit: 6.80 units


First of all, I have to say that I like sportsologists approach with publishing picks on the website and on Instagram. It’s a refreshing change from Twitter and its bombardment with goal alerts and affiliate links. Speaking of affiliate links, those are nowhere to be found on the website.

When it comes to actual performance there’s a pretty significant difference between sports. We tracked 70 soccer picks and although they had a hit rate of 61.4% we just had a return of 1.0% and 2.10 units profit. The most profitable category were the NFL picks. We tracked 51 picks with a hit rate of 62.7% for a return of 9.2% and 18.05 units profit. The MLB picks were also profitable with a hit rate of 57.1% for a return of 6.1% and 4.15 units profit. With that said, the MLB sample size is pretty small with 21 tracked picks.

The tennis, NBA, and NCAAF picks weren’t profitable during the time we tracked the picks which results in the overall hit on the return on investment.

It seems like there’s money to be made with the NFL, soccer, and MLB picks.

Review: SpreadWizard (free)

Twitter: @SpreadWizard

SpreadWizard is a free tipster on Twitter with about 11.6k followers.


  • Basketball (NCAAB)
  • Ice Hockey (NHL)
  • Tennis


  • Pre-Game

Preferred Bet Types

  • Point Spread
  • Game Totals
  • Money Line


  • Hit Rate: 52%
  • Return on Investment: -5%
  • Net Profit: -5.25 units


SpreadWizard is a tipster who borders on profitability every week but ultimately couldn’t achieve positive black numbers for us. His NCAAB picks had a ROI of -6.2%, his NHL picks had a ROI of 1.2%, and his Tennis picks had a ROI of -16.5%. If you decide to follow SpreadWizard, you should follow his Game Totals (5.7% ROI), and Money Line (5.7% ROI) picks while ironically staying away from his Point Spread (-12.1% ROI) picks.

His Twitter is absolutely spam free and will just provide you with his picks and the results of those picks.

He is not affiliated with any bookmakers.