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Sports betting has long been very popular indeed. People around the world love following their favourite sports and placing bets on their favourites teams or players in the hopes of landing a win. Online casinos have started offering an alternative to betting on real-life sporting events, and that's virtual sports. As their name suggests, these games are simply virtual versions of sporting events - the betting options remain pretty much the same, but the event that you're betting on is entirely generated by computer, with the outcome determined at random.
Virtual Sports are designed to run exactly like their real-life counterpart. A virtual version of football, for example, will play out just like a proper football game, with adherence to all the rules. Sophisticated technology is used to make the graphics and audio, as well as the way the sport runs, as realistic as possible.
When betting on real-life sporting events there can be a lot to consider, such as various statistics to do with the team and individual players taking part. Many bettors make calculated decisions as to who or what to bet on and will spend considerable amounts of time coming to their decision. They'll pore over statistics of past events and facts and figures about the competitors, all in an attempt to make the best bet possible.
Placing bets on virtual sports is quite straightforward. You simply pick whoever or whatever you want to bet on, select your bet size, confirm your bet than watch as the event proceeds. You don't even have to watch it if you don't want to; you can simply wait until it's over and see the result. Bet sizes can be quite varied, so as to make virtual sports accessible for players of all budget sizes. The events take place very regularly indeed - much more regularly than real-life events.
We have a great selection of over a dozen different virtual sports for you to choose from. They're all powered by Kiron Interactive, a company established in 2001 that specialises in developing virtual sports and has become a leader in this field - in fact, its virtual sports platform has the largest selection of virtual sports games in the industry. Here's a rundown of the options available here at BetBTC Virtual Sports Section.
Horse Racing. One of the most popular virtual sports right now is horse racing. Get ready to choose your horse, place your bets and watch as the horses sprint round the track - the question is, will you back the right horse to win?
Football. Another big hit with virtual sports fans is football. Choose your team and hope they play their best. As with other games, there are plenty of betting options to choose from, including first team to score, first goal scorer, penalty in match and the time of the first goal.
Football League. With many more betting options available, Football League is the game to go for if you're a really keen footie fan. With over two dozen to choose from, you're sure to find plenty of bets that will appeal to you!
Greyhound Racing. The greyhounds are ready to sprint round the track, so get your bets placed! Back your favourite and see how they fare. Will the best breed outrun the others, or will a dark horse storm along to an unexpected victory?
Motor Racing. Rev up the engines and get ready to watch a high-speed car race like no other! Pick a driver and see how they navigate the race track - will they manage to zoom by their opponents and land you a win?
Chariot racing. Watch as the competitors race around the track in horse-drawn chariots. Inspired by the chariot races of the Roman times, this is a thrilling and fast-paced virtual sport to bet on.
Tennis. The classic sport is brought to life with this virtual sports offering. With immersive graphics and realistic sound effects, you'll feel as if you're actually there watching the match take place!
Badminton. Bet on singles matches and see which of the two competitors becomes the victor. This popular game was created way back in the mid-19th century and remains popular to this day. Players use racquets to hit a shuttlecock across the net, with the game ending once the shuttlecock hits the floor. Will it land in your chosen player's side or the opponent's?
Archery. A tense game that's all about precision and concentration. Will the archer strike it lucky and hit bulls eye? There's only one way to find out - have a go at Kiron Interactive's Archery game and see just how accurate the archer is.
Racing Roulette. An innovative combination of roulette and horse racing, Racing Roulette as an exciting virtual sport to try out. It brings roulette and horse racing betting together and has you bet on races with nine, 11 or 13 horses taking part.
Keno. A virtual version of the popular lottery-style game. Choose up to 10 numbers from 1-80 and watch in anticipation as 20 of them are drawn at random. Your payout depends on how many numbers you match - the more you match, the more you win!
All of the games listed above are designed to be as realistic and authentic as possible. They use state-of-the-art graphics and sound effects, plus the most up-to-date technology, to ensure they reflect the real-world equivalents as accurately as possible. They're also great fun to play!
Though virtual sports are designed to replicate real-life sports, there are a lot of differences between the two. There are also many advantages to virtual sports betting that you don't get with real-life sports betting. Some of the main ones are listed below:
With virtual sports, you can place bets on them pretty much whenever you want, no matter what time of day or night it is. Games take place at very close intervals, much more frequently than their real-life counterparts. Simply launch the game, confirm your bet and you shouldn't have long to wait for the event to play out; a lot of games even give you the option to skip the event entirely and go straight to the result, which you obviously don't get with real-life sporting events.
As previously mentioned, virtual sports betting is much simpler and more straightforward than betting on real-life sports. It's usually the case that every single event is generated at random, so there are no past statistics to go on. When determining your bet, you only have the odds in front of you to think about - there's no big, long tables of data to consult to influence your decision-making. Virtual sports betting is more about luck and is like betting on slots.
Virtual sports can take place whenever you want them to. Though real-world sporting events run to schedule most of the time, there's always the chance of them being delayed or cancelled altogether due to inclement weather. Something may also happen to a participant in the run-up to the event that prevents them from taking part. With virtual sports, there are no such possibilities; every event runs whenever you want with all participants taking part.
Not at all. Though virtual sports are based on real-world sports, the two are very different. Virtual sports are much more accessible and don't require any specific knowledge of the event or its participants.
Yes. A random number generator (RNG) is used for every single iteration of a virtual sporting event to ensure it's completely random and unbiased. Each event is separate from all those before it and all those after it. Any patterns are coincidental.
Odds are generated by the computer and vary for all the competitors. Those with higher odds have higher payouts but lower chances of winning; those with lower odds have lower payouts but higher chances of winning. It's possible for the competitor with the lowest odds to win, just as much as it's possible for the competitor with the highest odds to lose.
Betting on virtual sports is different from betting on actual sports in many ways. It's a lot more accessible and easier to get into, plus it doesn't involve much strategy, research or decision-making.
You'll find that our virtual sports are held every few minutes. They don't last as long as their real-world counterparts. A game of football, for example, typically lasts 90 minutes. A virtual game of football, however will be over in considerably less time - if you're watching, you'll simply get some highlights.