The 2011 blockbuster smash-hit movie Moneyball, starring Brad Pitt, follows Oakland Athletics General Manager Billy Beane (Pitt) as the A’s change the game of baseball forever in the 2002 MLB Season by applying computer analytics to sports. Fast forward to the current day, and millions of Americans are now discovering computerized number-crunching like those seen in the Academy Award-nominated film as a way to make some serious cash!
Online sports gambling has recently been legalized in 14 U.S. states — with more on the way — and estimations are that over 35 million Americans will place an online sports wager within the next three years.
But knowing who to bet on can be the biggest challenge of all. That’s where sports analytics websites like Dimers.com come in.
Dimers.com uses sophisticated machine learning to analyze thousands of sports statistics including players and teams across all pro sports leagues in America, as well as abroad. The data is then put to the test and run through a supercomputer in a simulated environment over 10,000 times to predict the future, providing probabilities for match results and player outcomes, like which NFL player is most likely to score a touchdown on any given Sunday.
While this kind of analysis would have previously only been available to professional Las Vegas sports bettors, with the introduction of legal online sports betting, Dimers.com is making this information accessible to all for free via their Dimers Quick Picks page which collates the best bets to make based upon the highest probability results, as well as providing links to the best legal online sportsbooks to get the most out of your analytical edge.
On top of that, Dimers.com provides an extensive list of all the top sportsbook promotional offers available to first-time users. From offers like winning $100 from just a $1 bet if a team scores a touchdown in a game, to getting an extra $6 for every touchdown the team you bet scores this Sunday.
How can you get involved?
As Americans begin to dump their shady bookie in the back alley of bars and turn to the safer legal online sportsbooks, there has never been a better time to take part! Sports analytics company Dimers.com has compiled a list of the biggest, best — and most importantly — most trusted online sportsbooks in America. Keep up-to-date with Dimers.com as they keep users up-to-date with sports betting in your state, and fill you in on the best promotions and bonus offers on offer.