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Football betting is perhaps the most popular form of betting worldwide, and while the weekend brings plenty of action, it isn’t available to enjoy every minute of every day.
However, virtual sports promise to always fill the void, and, what’s more, there’s plenty of Vsports football running on an almost hourly basis.
Here at Which Bookie we’re huge fans of Virtual Football and you’ll find all you need to know right here.
Virtual Football is a simple concept to understand and it basically refers to computer generated football that is available to bet on.
Virtual football is fixed odds and utilises the latest technology and software (like random number generators) to determine the outcome of an event, in a similar manner to casino games.
It’s offered by a number of the best UK bookmakers and you can bet on it in a number of different ways, with various markets available.
In fact, very few bookmakers won’t offer football as a virtual sport to bet on, with competitions such as virtual World Cups and virtual leagues running daily.
You’ll find tons of recommended bookmakers across our site, many of which offer virtual football, alongside full bookie reviews and how to sign up and claim the best bonuses.
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What you’ll find with virtual football betting is that there aren’t as many markets as what you’d find in real football betting. However, there are still a number in which you can enjoy.
The most commonly found virtual betting market is, of course, the Match Result, a bet on the winner of the fixture. You’ll also find markets such as Correct Score, and total number of goals.
Markets such as number of throw-ins, goalscorer and HT/FT are not often available in virtual betting.
While the games themselves are similar, after all, it’s about scoring goals and winning, there are also a number of differences.
That creates a series of pros and cons in comparison to the real thing. Below you’ll find some of the key pros and cons when betting on virtual football…