Moneyball first emerged on the betting scene a few years ago as a fantasy sports betting site, attempting to tap into the saturated betting market by offering a unique twist on the practice of sports betting. But while they had their fans, this proved difficult, and in 2020 they took a break before returning in 2021 as an entirely new site. Upon relaunching, rather than offering fantasy sports betting, they stuck to the fundamentals, and now far more closely resemble the swathes of other bookmakers going around. A betting site which you can use only on mobile, the modern day incarnation of Moneyball has plenty to offer, but equally many areas in which they can improve. In this detailed Moneyball review, we’ll walk through all of that and more, talking you through what there is to like, and what there is to dislike, about this betting site.
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