# Calculate its ROI in sports betting

Discusses the ROI (Return on Investment) that a player can expect to get by several percentages. You ever wondered how to calculate your ROI? What are the realistic ROI you expect? Keep reading.

The investment we are discussing, it is money placed on a team to win a certain amount. In other words, it is implementing; \$ 110 to win \$ 100 for example and, if applicable, the cost of service charge. The return, it is the net gain or loss, based on the investment. For example, we can calculate the ROI of the shares on the stock exchange: for more than 75 years, on average, securities showed a rate of return of about 10 percent per year.

Now, what is with sports betting? The King is simply calculated by taking net gains or net losses and dividing them by the exposure (the sums wagered, invested). So, if you put \$ 110 to win \$ 100 and you've won this update, your ROI on this simple upgrade will be of 90.9% (\$100 / \$110). So, if you have a ratio of 100% gain, your King is 90.9% - not too bad!

But as we know, a more realistic King during a season is around 50-60%. With fees of 10%, you will need to get a King of exactly 52.38% for breaker even (no gain, no loss) to a 0% ROI. Here's a King by several percentages of earnings, assuming that you wager \$ 110 to win \$ 100:

50%:-4.55%
52%:-0.73%
54%: 3.09%
56%: 6.91%
58%: 10.73%
60%: 14.55%
62%: 18.36%
64%: 22.18%
66%: 26.00%
68%: 29.82%
70%: 33.64%

Now let's talk quickly the time factor. When we refer to a 10% return in the field titles, it means 10% per year (or 5% for 6 months). Given that most of the sports seasons are 6 months, as in the field of securities, a good score will be 5%. So, if we use the stock as reference, we get a score of 55% to get the same rate of return. To 57.6% of net earnings, you get exactly a 10% return (or get 2 times more than in the field of securities). Not too bad!

You can probably see a pattern here. Per 1% of times when you win, you increase your ROI by 1.9%.

Now, these analyses do not reflect costs. The previous analysis assumed that you invest \$ 110 to win \$ 100. What happens if you pay for a service that allows you to increase your percentage of earnings? You need to add the charges for these services in the 'investment' when you will calculate your ROI. Here is a simple example:

Suppose that you play parties at \$ 100 and that you invest \$ 750 for a subscription to a sports service any. Suppose also that you play 5 parts per week (for a total of 120 parties during the season). Your investment comes to increase to \$ 6.25 per game (\$500/120 parties). Therefore, you now invest the sum of \$116.25 to win \$100 at each part. For breaker even now, you will get a percentage of earnings of 53.76% (versus 52.38% without services) and a percentage of earnings by 59.1% to get a return of 10% (versus 57.6%).

These calculations vary according to the amount wagered, the number of parties and the cost of services. But as you can see, these limits, if you believe that these sports services can help you and increase your winnings by 2-3% percentages, it is a very rational investment. For example, if you pay \$ 750 for a sports service that helps you to increase your ROI from 56% to 59%, the investment of \$ 750 in these services will give you additional gains of \$ 450. If this service helps you to move from 56% to 62% of King, \$500 investment will give you an additional gain of \$1,225. And if sport can change a season loser (50%) in a winning season (60%), sports services will report it net earnings of \$1620 versus a net loss of \$600 (a difference of \$2,220). Less the amount invested in sports services is large compared to the updates you made, bigger is the interest to take these services and vice versa.

I hope that I could enlighten you a bit on the King you can expect to get according to different percentages of gains with or without the help of sports services.