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Sports handicappers of all shapes and sizes monitor their picks here. Some are awesome, some are awful, and everywhere in between. Our job is easy; provide as much data as possible about each handicapper and leave you to make your own decisions about who to follow.
No over-the-top sales pitches. No counterfeited numbers. We provide our product at face value and hope that our audience is smart enough to recognize the value. Even if that's not as sexy as being promised 95% winners, it should at least be relaxing.
From fantasy pick tracking to shooting the breeze in our forums, everything we offer in terms of entertainment value is free. It's only when you want to take your membership to the next level that we ask for a small monthly fee. Check out our membership options.
Pick Monitor started, just as you could probably guess by the name, exclusively as a sports monitor with an aim to bring some transperency to the sports handicapping industry. What we noticed, however, was that very few handicapping websites had any interest in having their picks monitored, even for free. At the same time, we ended up drawing in tons of absolutely amazing "amateur" handicappers that were great at predicting games but just didn't have the business sense and/or inclination to run a successful sports handicapping website.
With the obvious talent of our handicapper pool, and with the feeling amongst our users (and a general consensus amongst the industry as a whole) that running a succcessful sports handicappig service is more about marketing and less about how good of a handicapper you are, we decided to offer a platform for the average Joes to sell their picks.
That leads us to where we are today; a data-centric sports handicapping community that provides a great place for talented handicappers to profit off of their skills and a safe place for sports buyers to buy picks with comfort, security and realistic expectations.
So what can we do for you? For the most part, we get three different types of users (with many crossing into multiple categories), and this is what we have to offer each type.