A new app named BetJuno is aiming to create a ‘one stop shop’ for bettors, with winning tipsters and bookmakers all in the one place.
BetJuno was created by a team of financial professionals with the aim of simplifying the betting experience and enabling anyone to become a tipster and get paid for it. The service will only pay tipsters for winning tips meaning users know that they’re being offered the best possible opportunity to win.
Some tipping services operate at odds with bettors, with the tipster being paid even if the selection loses.
Bettors normally require multiple entry points such as Twitter, email and a betting app for the dozens of tipsters and bookmakers in the market. With a revolutionary auto-follow feature this new application makes selecting and following any tipster simple. The app includes the tag line ‘A better way to bet.’
BetJuno’s Chris Palmer said: “There are thousands of free tipsters who promote links of free bets from bookmakers. This marks the tipster as the introducer of those bettors to the bookmakers and they receive a commission payment when selections lose. There’s also tipsters offering subscription services get paid regardless of whether their customers win or lose.”
He continued: “We don’t think either method is right in any format, hence we will only reward tipsters for winning tips. The methods of making these tips available are hugely manual and time sensitive. Not many people can stop work to look at social media or emails, which is how most tipping services publish their selections, then proceed to place their bets.”
“We will have it all in the one place – a real community of like minded bettors looking for a simplified and, hopefully profitable, experience.”
BetJuno is now working with leading European crowdfunding platform Invesdor with a view to launching in 2016.
Chris said: “We want BetJuno to be the go-to app for placing bets in a fun, safe social community of like-minded people sharing their skills and information.”
Anybody interested finding out more can contact Chris Palmer at [email protected]