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Virtual Sports are witnessing a huge surge in popularity and you’ll find tons of sports to bet on, watch and enjoy these days.
Many of the biggest betting sites now offer markets for virtual sports, and if you’re looking for something new to enjoy, or perhaps fancy a bet when there’s little live sport on, then virtual sports are certainly for you!
Virtual sports betting is an incredibly simple concept to understand and works in exactly the same way as betting on real sports.
Virtual sports, or Vsports, are ultimately computer-generated sports that use the latest tech to provide great graphics and fair gaming. They are fixed-odds betting events and use a random number generator (RNG) to produce the outcome of each fixture.
Punters can bet on virtual sporting events in the same way as they would with real sports and indeed they are played with the same rules, albeit technology is responsible for deciding the outcome of a game or match.
The most popular Vsport to bet on is horse racing, although you’ll find many major sports available too, with simulated versions of world-famous tournaments, such as the World Cup and Grand National.
Below you’ll find some of the more popular virtual sports that are available to bet on across multiple bookmakers…
Although Vsports punters won’t be able to wager on dozens and dozens of markets, as is the case with most traditional live sports, you will still find plenty of options.
Of course, the outright winner of the event is the most common Vsports market available to bet on, but most UK Virtual Sports bookies also offer over/under markets for sports like football and rugby. Horse racing fans will also be pleased to know that bookies accept each-way bets on virtual horse races.
The number of Vsports markets available tend to vary from bookmaker to bookmaker, but if you’re looking purely to bet on the match result market, then you’ll have no problem no matter where you bet.
Most major bookmakers will offer virtual sports these days and over the last year, the biggest brands have placed a lot more emphasis on building their Vsports offering, as well as increasing the number of virtual sports markets available to bet on.
Leading bookies such as Coral and Paddy Power have the biggest range of Vsports markets, with smaller and more up-and-coming brands generally having fewer events outcomes to bet on.
To find trusted and highly recommended bookmakers, head on over to our Bookmaker Reviews page, where you’ll find comprehensive reviews of some of the best UK betting brands around.
What’s more, you’ll find all the best bookies for virtual betting available below:
|Bet365||horse racing, greyhound racing, football, american football, basketball, trotting, speedway, boxing, darts, motor racing, cycling, tennis||Visit|
|Betfred||horse racing, greyhound racing, football, speedway, boxing, darts, motor racing, cycling, tennis||Visit|
|Betfair||League of Legends, DOTA 2, FIFA, horse racing, greyhound racing, football, motor racing||Visit|
|888Sport||horse racing, greyhound racing, football, motor racing, darts, cricket, tennis, trotting, speedway||Visit|
|Paddy Power||horse racing, greyhound racing, football, motor racing||Visit|
|William Hill||horse racing, greyhound racing, football, motor racing||Visit|
While virtual sports may not illicit the same emotional response that’s commonly associated with watching traditional live sports, there are a plethora of perks when it comes to Vsports betting…
A list of Virtual Sports betting offers can be found below. Many bookmakers now offer a range of virtual sports betting markets and have a variety of offers and promotions relating to virtual sports. Browse the offers below and click on ‘Offer Details’ to read more about them or on the green button to be taken to the bookmakers website.
18+, offer only open to first time users of On-Demand Virtual Sports. Minium stake £10 cumulatively. £5 awarded in cash. UK customers only. Full T&C's apply.