World Cup Live Betting
The 2010 FIFA World Cup is ready to kick off from Africa and online sports book Sports Interaction is introducing a new way to bet the coverage this year.
On a global level, the World Cup is the biggest event in sports and online sports book Sports Interaction is introducing live betting.
“We’ve got every soccer bet type you can think of on the World Cup – that’s a given,” says Frank Doyle, a spokesman for Sports Interaction. “But what particularly makes this World Cup interesting for us is the sheer scope of our live betting product.”
Doyle happens to think that live betting is a perfect fit for Sports Interaction, compared to that of other land-based sportsbooks.
“If you’re in Vegas, everybody can’t all get to the window at once when Frank Lampard looks up and sees a defense-splitting run by Wayne Rooney. But with Sports Interaction’s live betting service, you can just click and bet, and get your bet down instantly. It’s always on.”
If bettors are concerned about the interface of the live betting, don’t be. Doyle promises that a lot of work has gone into the site to make it run as smoothly as possible.
“You have real-time game situation updates, interactive features like Game Chat, and there are a huge number of World Cup bets,” says Doyle. “It’s like Batman’s utility belt – everything you could possibly need is there.”
Doyle isn’t immune to having an opinion on which club will pull out all the stops to win this year’s tournament. And who does he think will win the World Cup?
“Brazil and Argentina are quite short priced, while Spain and England have very strong teams this year. But right now Germany look like a real value bet at 11/1 to me. Spain’s Fernando Torres is a good bet for top goalscorer at 12/1 too.”
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Posted: 6/9/10 4:15PM ET