With major sporting activities and tournaments all over the world having been put on hold, many sports bettors have been left searching for something new to satisfy them.
Enter virtual sports. Virtual sports are the perfect antidote to these social distancing times. They combine the excitement and unpredictability of watching live sports with the safety of staying away from people and it’s no wonder that they’ve seen a huge spike in popularity in the past few months.
Betzest has taken notice of this and has introduced a new virtual sports deposit bonus for its customers. Read on to find out how you can benefit from Betzest’s exciting new offer!
How To Claim Betzest’s 100% Virtual Sports Deposit Bonus
- Deposit a minimum of C$10
- Select ‘VirtualDB’ on the deposit page drop-down menu
- Claim your bonus
You will receive up to C$200 in bonus cash, which means that if you deposit C$200, you’ll get another C$200 to play with, for a total prize of C$400.
Now that you’ve claimed your virtual sports bonus, read on to find out how to use your deposit bonus.
How To Use Your 100% Virtual Sports Deposit Bonus
- Your deposit bonus can be used for all virtual sports events.
- You can claim your bonus once a day on weekdays until 30th April 2020.
- The bonus can be placed on live and pre-match odds.
It’s important to keep in mind that the bonus should be wagered within 14 days at 15x times with 2.00 odds or higher. You cannot choose ‘draw or no bet’ with the bonus, and you will lose the bonus and associated winnings if you don’t wager within 14 days.
Winnings generated from the bonus will remain as Bonus money – which means that you cannot withdraw them unless you have fulfilled the wagering requirements.
What virtual sports can I bet on at Betzest?
The virtual sports on offer at Betzest have something for everyone. You can stake real bets on virtual sports that include football world cup, tennis, basketball, football nations cup, football league mode, dog racing, horse racing and football simulated reality league. The latter is a new virtual sport powered by SportRadar that includes both pre-match and live betting options. It consists of leagues from England, Germany and Spain, with each event playing out for 90 minutes.
Are virtual sports different from e-sports?
Yes, they are. The difference between virtual sports and e-sports is that there are no real players behind the games in virtual sports, as there are in e-sports. Virtual sports are simply randomly-generated simulations of sporting events, and are not based on real-life sports. This makes it more of a game of luck or chance than a live match. But hey, if you’re feeling lucky, why not give it a try?