Bet-at-home Integrates Virtual Football From Betradar

Bet-at-home, one of the leading bookmakers in Europe, announced today that they have integrated a brand new product for their players to enjoy, with the integration of Betradar’s Virtual Football product.

Virtual Football is an increasingly popular betting product, where players bets on virtual football matches from the biggest leagues and events in the world. The graphics are similar to what you find in Fifa games and with the outcome being truly random, players gets a thrill from betting on their teams.

“It is well-known that Virtual Sports Betting has become an integral part of today’s bookmaking offers. To provide our clients with new and exciting betting opportunities is as mandatory for us as guaranteeing them access to our solution from anywhere. By adding Betradar’s Virtual Football to our new virtual product line, bet-at-home.com not only strengthens its leading position in the European online gambling market but also provides its customers with a new and entertaining 24/7 betting solution on virtual sports. Moreover, the ability to integrate it into our mobile application was exactly what we have been looking for to let our customers place bets in an easy and comfortable way via their mobile devices.” Koray Cakir, Head of Product at Bet-at-home said in a press release.

“bet-at-home.com has been a valued partner ofSportradar for more than 9 years. Therefore, we are very delighted that bet-at-home.com has chosen us as the service provider for its new virtual product line. This underlines the strong confidence in our market-leading products. By adding Virtual Football to the product portfolio, bet-at-home.com offers its customers a unique and high frequency betting opportunity on Virtual Football events. We are looking forward to a successful partnership.” Director of Sales at Sportradar, Georg Schneider added.

Daniel Allermand

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