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Top online bookmakers are leaning more towards FIFA and darts

The gambling world and especially its sports betting segment took quite a hit recently due to most recent events, which seems not to stop leading online betting operators finding new ways to provide the best product they can. Let’s take a closer look at what bookies are aiming at during these hard times.

Many of the industry-leading players like William Hill, 888 Holding - the owner of 888sport, and GVC Holdings - the owner of Ladbrokes Coral Group, Bwin & Gamebookers have agreed to introduce FIFA tournaments and Home Tour Darts competition in their offers. Since major sports are currently being absent many of the top online bookmakers have turned to the remaining table tennis and horse racing competitions in pursuits to attract punters. While these measures have proven themselves to be a decent replacement, more and more bookies are starting to look more precisely at esports. Luckily for the world’s most popular sport - football, we have FIFA 2020 which seems to be filling the gap quite well. Lots of major European football leagues have already introduced their FIFA 2020 competitions that gather millions of fans worldwide.

Despite the ongoing esports trend, some sports like darts introduced a new tournament format. Darts Premier League has recently launched its Home Tour competition where its pro players are playing from their homes via the video feed.

Many big names like William Hill and Bwin continue to provide one of the best virtual sports betting offers on the market, showing new players like 888sport the way how to generate profits from alternative sources.

How do you feel about this new looking industry? What do you love/hate about it? Let us know down in the comment below.

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i didnt even know they play fifa like that, wow

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