Audit reporting is a process of verifying the accuracy and reliability of sports handicappers’ predictions and results. Sports handicappers are experts who offer advice and tips on betting on various sports events. Audit reporting helps to ensure that sports handicappers are honest, transparent and accountable for their performance. Audit reporting can be done by independent third-party services or by the handicappers themselves. Audit reporting typically involves collecting and analyzing data on the handicappers’ picks, win-loss records, return on investment, units won or lost, and other relevant metrics. Audit reporting can help sports bettors to evaluate the quality and credibility of sports handicappers and to choose the best ones for their needs. Audit reporting can also help sports handicappers to improve their skills, reputation and customer satisfaction.