VSODDS.BET aims to elevate engagement with sportsbook launch

With the launch of its new sportsbook, VSODDS.BET is aiming to place a greater focus on betting traders, offering only pre-match, fixed odds to players in core markets around the world.

The Curaçao-licensed operator offers odds and markets across a wide range of sports, including Football, Tennis, Golf, Basketball, Formula One, American Football, Ice Hockey and Handball, with more to be added in the coming months.

To ensure it provides the most competitive odds, the operator has assembled a specialist team of expert traders, and also relies on state-of-the-art technologies and data feeds.

Dalius Dabashinskas, founder of VSODDS.BET, commented: “We are entering the market as a disrupter and a leader. There are a huge number of sportsbooks available to players, but they all offer the same odds and markets.

“VSODDS.BET is bringing back the dark art of bookmaking and will engage punters who like to take a more considered approach to their wagering with a unique and quality product that they can trust.

“Of course, operators have historically been cautious of offering pre-match odds, but we have a brilliant team of traders and believe we can strike the right balance between providing added value to players while also balancing risk from our end.”

Players can deposit and withdraw via all the major payment gateways, including debit and credit card, Visa and Mastercard, Skrill and Bank Transfer, without incurring any fees. VSODDS.BET also promises players super-fast transaction times.

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