Bitcasino.io UpdatesSportsbook to
Bitcasino.io, the popular online casino which deals exclusively in Bitcoin, have announced today they will be expanding their sportsbook to include many more sporting events which members of the site can bet on.
The sportsbook is currently being updated to include up to 10,000 events during league times and will be completed in August. This expansion means members will have the ability to bet with Bitcoin on their favourite teams and best loved sports.
A spokesperson for Bitcasino.io said: “Since launching the sportsbook back in June specifically for the World Cup 2014, our total amount of bets has been over 6600. Now we’ve reached the end of the World Cup, we are continuing our sportsbook feature and evolving it so that no matter what sport you want to bet on, we’ve got it covered”.
They added “We are elated to offer the sportsbook to our members as the size and diversity of the sporting events we are able to offer to our community makes it the biggest of its kind. New members will continue to receive a 100% deposit bonus up to 1BTC in our casino games and also different promotions for sports betting”.
Once a game has been selected from the sportsbook, members of the site will be able to choose from up to 45 bet types to place on the game in question such as which team will win the match, who will score first, and how many yellow cards will be given during the match to name a few.
The Spokesperson concluded “We’re adding more and more games on a daily basis from a wide range of sports. Our members will soon be able to choose from games of Football, Baseball, Rugby, American Football, Cricket and many more”.
The sportsbook is available to every online member and new users can sign up for free on the website. Winners will continue to enjoy the fast pay-outs and anonymity Bitcasino.io prides itself on. Players must be 18 or over.
The sportsbook can be viewed at https://bitcasino.io/betting/events.
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