Last updated on January 20th, 2022
Excited to bet on the upcoming EURO 2020/21? Us too! But before you do so, make sure to research the sportsbooks that you are going to use for your sports betting.
Get on the loop with VOdds’ regular blogs about “Betting Risks” so you can avoid having abnormal bets or voided bets when you least expect them.
Here are some updates that our expert punters curated just for you:
Matchbook, PIN88, ISN, Betfair, GA288, PENTA88, and the new Broker1 are all considered “No Risk” because they have no history of tagging bets as abnormal or voided.
Singbet (formerly Crown) meanwhile is considered as “Low Risk” since it is noticed that they target very specifically bets whose odds have dropped (decreased) significantly. Their void rate increased a bit compared to last fortnight for both pre-game and in-running bets.
SBOBET and WLG however have great odds and high limits but are considered “High Risk” since they have been more aggressive in their void rates. Although WLG has shown low void rates for in-running bets for the past two weeks, punters should still be cautious in using them.
To manage your sportsbook preferences based on the risk level that you are willing to take, simply go to your account on VOdds and tick the boxes of the books that you want to use for our sports trading.
Having abnormal bets can be frustrating, especially if it has already been graded as a win. We would also like you to know that these happenings are decided upon by the bookmaker’s own set of rules and regulations that are not controlled by the VOdds sports trading platform.
We hope that this article has equipped you more for your betting journey, be it in football, basketball, or tennis.
Information from this blog article is based on the recent month’s data and accurate as of 10 June 2021.