If you’re asking yourself, “How does virtual sports betting work?” – it’s quite simple. Betting on virtual soccer, virtual horse racing and virtual greyhound racing is very similar to regular sports betting, with pre-event odds, information on participants and a range of authentic sports betting options. The odds are there to inform your betting decision – favourites are always more likely to win than rank outsiders – while outcomes are always fair and transparent thanks to the use of random number generators.
In-play markets are not available in virtual sports betting but fixture lists detailing 5-7 events in advance are available. The moment that the results come through is when winning bets are paid out. Best of all, virtual sports fans can look forward to a new event every three minutes.
Virtual soccer gives bettors a choice of over 25 virtual sports betting markets from a spread of team pools, including the English and Italian league, the European Championships, the Euro Super League and the World Cup. The bettor can wager on which team will be victorious, hold the advantage at half time, or be in the lead at full time. Other possible bets include what the final score will be, whether the final number of goals will be above or below a certain figure, and double chance, which is a bet on a win or a draw.