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New virtual sports betting product for Betradar

BetradarBetradar, the sports betting data brand of Sportradar, has launched its latest virtual sports betting product in the form of ‘Virtual Dog Racing’.

The multi-platform virtual sports product features simulations of unique dog races that punters are able to bet on.

Betradar said the hosted front-end and fully customisable solution features a series of dog specifications and performance parameters as well as a number of new virtual tracks. Punters can also access statistical information ahead of each race.

Virtual Dog Racing offers multi channels running in parallel, where each race-day contains a number of races of various distances. Each race-day lasts for 45 minutes with a fixed number of six dogs and a turnaround time of two minutes per race on average.

The new product is available online and has also been optimized for use in retail operations and betting shops. It is available for terminals or as a flat screen solution.

“We all know that Virtual Sports Betting has become an integral part of modern bookmaking,” Sportradar’s managing director sales, Erik Lorenz, said. “The fast-paced betting approach perfectly meets today’s market needs and punters will enjoy the impulsive nature of virtual dog racing.”

Ghanaian online bookmaker SafariBet has become the first company to launch the new virtual sports betting product. From this site

Halit Karabasoglu, chief executive officer of Safaribet, added: “By adding Virtual Dog Racing to our Virtual Football League and Virtual Horse Classic services in Ghana, we have once again sparked fresh interest and entertainment with our loyal customers.”