AsianCapper.com is known from years site specialized in Asian Handicap betting. It started in 2006 as a paid service which functioned until January '2009 having delivered over 1,300 football picks / 106% ROI. In the first year and a half of its operation the service scored 110% ROI on 900 picks which turned it into one of the most popular and respected betting advisors back in these days.
In the next 3 years the site went through various versions and staff changes, in the bigger part providing free content and picks for its visitors interested in Asian Handicap betting.
In 2011 AsianCapper.com became part of the well-known Betrush.com network, in February '2012 introducing a brand new site design and restoring the release of daily free picks - the current format is providing one single carefully examined pick per day from the best tipsters participating on our partner sites Betrush and Tipgol.
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- Over 11,000 bets and +4% yield on football delivered since the service was started in February '2011;
- Tipsters specialized in various leagues, using odds only from serious bookmakers - Pinnacle and the Asian market;
- Affordable for anyone - subscriptions covering all picks by all tipsters on the site start from 9.90 EUR per week, instant access.
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