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Andrei Alistarov And “Iron Bet”: About Bets, Honesty And Scammers

The number of subscribers of the Iron Bet YouTube channel (the most popular channel for sports betting fans) recently exceeded 100,000. The Legalbet website is still very far from this indicator, but since such a phenomenon has been recorded in our sphere, it is impossible not to tell about it. Why are so many people following these videos, what is the goal of the video channel, what should be the game at all? Legalbet talked about all this with the founder Andrei.

The Iron Headquarters project appeared in 2014. Since then, the site iron-bet.ru and the video channel on YouTube have been operating. The popularity of the channel did not come immediately, but only after the direction of its development changed.

The Iron Bet’s YouTube channel began with the usual predictions. Why was it decided to take a different path?

I thought that all these predictions and analyses of matches are not particularly useful since few people can make money on bets. Especially among those who bet on video predictions. I decided that predictions should be given more for fun, and it would not be possible to grow and develop in this.

 Is it true that at first, you sold forecasts?

– Yes, indeed they did – three forecasts of 500 rubles each. They did it quite officially, paid taxes and all that. But I thought that, firstly, it does not bring any profit at all, if you do everything honestly. Second, one loser forecast is enough for an outbreak of conflicts. Even though we warned about the risks every time.

In general, we sold only 12 predictions, after which I decided that this was a useless business and would not lead to the development of the YouTube channel or to the development of the project as a whole. Then we took responsibility and started doing reviews and parodies of all kinds of fraudulent cappers.

How did the reviews go?

It turned out that people are much more interested in this than in forecasts – after the first such review, the feedback was powerful at that time. People began to subscribe to the channel; someone offered us money for the removal of some videos. There were indignations from the “colleagues” of those shown in the review. Someone wanted to frame their competitors, asked to shoot a review of certain cappers. But in general, the development of the channel went more actively.

Fraudulent capper reviews are of much more interest to people than predictions.
To make this review, we collected facts that proved fraudulent. For example, some tippers have guaranteed profit on their predictions, which is definitely a scam. We made parodies of such people, wrote letters to them, made phone calls and showed them all to people.

– In many videos, you repeatedly mention haters. What do they dislike most often? And what would you like to answer them?

– The audience of bettors is very difficult in itself. People have a lot of problems because they are losing. Many people think that it is easy to make money on bets, and they begin to think so almost after the first more or less substantial win. And when you show them what we show, they begin to throw out this negative.

The betting audience itself is very heavy.
There is also another point. Here we expose the fraudsters, and other fraudsters, whom we did not expose, feel themselves in this place and also begin to resent.

What would I like to answer them? Nothing, in general. It seems to me that haters are needed. It’s cool when they write not only praise but something that gives rise to an argument. This in itself is interesting, and, in addition, sometimes the truth is born in a dispute.

– How would you formulate the goals and objectives of your channel? What is its main meaning for the viewer?

– The point of the channel is to show people an example based on their past mistakes. I, too, once believed that you could make money on bets, lost a lot of money, and got into significant debt. I hope that people will not repeat these mistakes and will only perceive bets as entertainment. Yes, you can make money on bets, but only a few succeed, the rest would be better off putting their energy into their main job, saving more nerves and getting much more in general.

I am 28 years old. I graduated from the University of Journalism, experience in the implementation and promotion of social networks, marketer, share my thoughts, do charity work, philanthropist.

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