MANY horse racing fans and punters are turning to virtual racing.
So here at Sun Racing we wanted to give you a guide on what it is, how it works and how you can watch and place a bet on it.
What is it?
Virtual racing appeared in the early 2000's and has proven to become one of the most popular forms of virtual betting in the UK.
This is down to many factors, but first all the races are frequent and you can pick and choose when you want to get involved at your own convenience.
Also unlike real horse racing events, there is no delay or wait for officials to review a race before your bet is settled.
And there is also no restrictions regarding non-runners or cancellations due to bad weather, meaning they are always on demand.
How does it work?
Prices on each horse will reflect its chances of winning, but that is not to say the favourite always wins or that an outsider will never be victorious.
Virtual racing is essentially a visual representation of a computerised random number draw.
The computerised draw is only done once, meaning it is impossible to predict the final outcome.
And also as the results are randomly generated it means bookmakers cannot rig the outcome.
How to bet on virtual racing
If you're looking to place a bet, we have a great selection of sign-up offers to boost your betting bank.
Our partners are all offering free money as free bets if you sign up as a new customer.
Please see our best sign-up offer below:
- Paddy Power – Get £20 risk-free bet (claim here)
- Betway – Get £30 in free bets (claim here)
Remember to gamble responsibly
A responsible gambler is someone who:
- Establishes time and monetary limits before playing
- Only gambles with money they can afford to lose
- Never chase their losses
- Doesn’t gamble if they’re upset, angry or depressed
- Gamcare- www.gamcare.org.uk
- Gamble Aware – www.begambleaware.org
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