SEARCHING FOR FEEDBACK

Over the course of February we had a relatively quiet month at Akka HQ. We’ve been making small adjustments to our infrastructure. This has been done to allow a smoother running of our operations. Due to this we have little new to report regarding our service, which is why we have dedicated this blog to getting feedback from yourselves.

WHY DO WE NEED FEEDBACK?

You may be wondering why we want feedback. The reason we want feedback is because we always want to improve our service. No matter how small of an issue, we take them all onboard and make the required adjustments. The whole reason we now cover over 200 leagues from across the world is due to feedback from people like yourself! 

CURRENT PLANS

We are certainly aware of some improvements that have already been suggested by our community such as:

  • Notifications when stats have been posted with top picks each day.
  • Adding card stats to our Quick Stats area
  •  Inplay football stats/predictions 
  • League tables

YOUR INPUT

They are, just to name a few, future plans we have in the pipeline for our service. Now, we would love to hear your feedback or suggestions about our service whether you’re a past subscriber, current subscriber or potentially future subscriber.

If you are interested just drop a comment at the bottom of this blog post!

Thank you very much for your time.

We hope you  enjoyed this Akka Tips update! Stay safe.

To gain access to these predictions just click here. 

Glossary

Akka = The name of our AI.

ROI (Return on Investment) = Profit as a percentage of total money invested.

Calculation: (Money Won – Total Money Staked)/ Total Money Staked

Over 2 = Any of our AI’s predictions where odds were greater than 2 and less than 3 (decimal odds).

Expected Accuracy = Converting bookmaker odds to an accuracy.

Calculation (based on decimal odds): 1 / Odds

Stats Zone = Part of our Football Package offering stats for 14+ European Leagues.

Backtest = Use the AI to predict past data showing the accuracy levels if used in the past.

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