Crypto betting arbitrage alerts

Our odds comparisons detect arbitrage opportunities. These allow bettors to place 2 opposite bets on the same event at 2 different sportsbooks, and make a profit no matter what the result!

In the alerts we specify which selections to bet on at which sportsbooks and the relative amounts to bet in order to win the same profit on all results. These result in at least a 1% profit overall.

As an example, this was the latest alert.





Time: 2:00 am April 19, 2021
Bet type: Points spread
Profit: 1.5%

Bet 1

Timberwolves +10.5 at odds of 2.04 at Cloudbet for 49.8% of total bets

Bet 2

Clippers -10.5 at odds of 2.02 at Betcoin for 50.2% of total bets

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The edge alerts are also tweeted.

To confirm any arbitrage opportunity enter the odds into our overround and probability calculator. If the overround is negative you can profit no matter what the result!

Keep in mind that most sportsbook’s terms and conditions allow them to refund bets if the odds were obviously incorrect due to human error. If the short priced favorite at all other sportsbooks is the high priced underdog at one sportsbook, that is most likely due to human error and is not an arbitrage opportunity.

We filter these out for you and the vast majority of our arbitrage alerts are genuine opportunities to profit not matter what the result.

Crypto sportsbooks will not block or limit you for making these bets

Because government currency sportsbooks often block or limit arbitrage betters, the most common question we get is will crypto sportsbooks do the same. the answer is no, because they can’t.

We only include anonymous end to end crypto sportsooks. If they blocked or limited our account for making sharp bets you could simply make a new account, so they don’t.

Unfortunately some of these crypto sportsbooks have asked for users IDs. However this only happens when the sporsbook suspects fraud, such as double spends or bonus abuse, not for sharp betting.


  1. Anonymous

    If the ARB percentage is just 1% you’ll be lossing money due to Bitcoin transaction fee if the bookmaker is only accepting Bitcoin.

    • BitOdds

      You do have to consider transaction costs but your statement incorrectly assumes 1 transaction per bet (or even 2 transactions, a deposit and a withdrawal per bet). Thats not how most people use their sportsbook accounts, rather they make 1 deposit and make dozens or hundreds of bets of that 1 deposit.

  2. Leura

    Im very glad with these calls. However, dont these exchanges charge some fee for winning? BetBTC is 4% fee for winning making it quite imposible for arbitrage

    • BitOdds

      These are all sportsbooks not exchanges so there are no fees or commission on winning. BetBTC used to be an exchange with a commission but they changed to the traditional sportsbook model.

      In the past we did have exchanges with commission in the odds comparisons and it was still possible to use them for arbitrage betting simply by taking the commission into account for the calculation.

  3. Chester

    Do these exchange have any kind of fee for placing or claiming bets? Thank you

  4. TDB

    I absolutely love your service mate! just have a quick question regarding max stakes. If you´ve worked out an arb (say on a CSGO match). It seems to happen often that you place your 1st side and that the 2nd side doens’t allow a bet that size which is required to lay the arb on the second team/bet. This leaves you looking for other bookies with equal odds to get your lay in, but that;s just a scramble.

    Is there a way to know your max bet that they’ll allow and have enough liquidity for?

    • BitOdds

      Most sportsbooks will tell you your max bet before you place a bet, although it’s not always obvious how to see it. Often there will be a “Max” button or similar on the bet slip.

      In the case of Sportsbet it will show the lower of the max bet and your balance, so in order to find the max bet you have to have a balance larger than the max bet.

      The only sportsbook where I can’t find a way to see the max bet is Stake, although I have not tried asking their support yet.

  5. Anonymous

    1a)Which sports and
    1b)which categories of bet within those sports do you compare, to find arb opportunities?
    2) You only look for prematch opportunities and not live ones, right?

    • BitOdds

      1a) All competitions we have odds comparisons for, which you can see listed on every page of this site.
      1b) Only 2 outcome markets. That means not win/loss/draw on soccer because that has 3 outcomes. But still in soccer we find arbs for total goals and handicaps because they are 2 outcome markets.
      2) Yep, only pre-game odds.
      Good luck!

  6. Neil D

    Real Sociedad @ Atletico Madrid, at La Liga came as an ‘arbitrage opportunity’ for me… Does it take into account the fact of a draw and a loss of both bets on X and Y website?

    • BitOdds

      Hi Neil. That arbitrage alert was not to bet on the match winner market of Real Sociedad @ Atletico Madrid, which could end in a draw causing both bets to lose.

      That arbitrage alert was to bet on the spread market of Real Sociedad +1 and Atletico Madrid -1. If the games ended in a draw the Real Sociedad +1 bet would have won. If Atletico Madrid won by 1 goal both bets would have been refunded.

  7. Ste

    So on the above bet it says to bet Everton +0 and bet Bournemouth +0 what if the match ends in a draw surely you just lost both bets?

    • BitOdds

      Hi Set. No that’s not the case, if the match ends in a draw both bets would result in a push and be refunded to you. Good Luck!

  8. starrydecisis

    Wondering why I am receiving arbitrage email alerts after the game/match has already started and unavailable for further betting?

    • BitOdds

      Thanks for the heads up starrydecisis. We did indeed have a bug that caused what you described and we have now fixed it.

  9. Anonymous

    hola la formula que se usa para apostar en ambas casas como funciona?

    • BitOdds

      Hola, si tienes 100 m ฿ para apostar y la alerta dice

      Apuesta 1 … por 68.72% del total de apuestas
      Apuesta 2 … por 31.28% del total de apuestas

      Entonces debes apostar

      68,72 m ฿ en apuesta 1
      31,28 m ฿ en apuesta 2

      La apuesta exacta depende de cuánto quieras apostar en total. Es por eso nos dar %s.

  10. Anonymous

    how do u know how much to wager for each team? please help, im very confused.

    • BitOdds

      Hi, If you have 100 m฿ to bet with and the alert says

      Bet 1 … for 68.72% of total bets
      Bet 2 … for 31.28% of total bets

      Then you should bet

      68.72 m฿ on bet 1
      31.28 m฿ on bet 2

      The exact stake depends on how much you want to bet in total. That’s why we give percentages.

  11. Micellium

    Hello, I have some experience with arbitrage betting with regular currency (made aprox. 2000€) but since books limit you so fast and aren’t as reliable as you may think at first I have tought of switching to BTC arbitrage betting. It was surpricing that this is the ONLY service I could find in all the internet and I have searched for quite some time, I don’t know why this is the case, maybe you can bring some light into that.

    • BitOdds

      Hi Micellium, Maybe because crypto betting is still a new thing and is not possible for most people (since they don’t have crypto).

      • Bork

        Hello and thanks for the incredible calls! Can i ask if there is a limit where bookmakers start giving problems? I would like to stake big, this surebets are great

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