MobileWins Launches US Horseracing Betting For UK Customers

European sports betting company quickly adapts sports betting offering with major sporting events across the UK being cancelled until further notice.

April 7, 2020 / / —

All major sports events in the UK have been cancelled until further notice. For betting enthusiasts, this poses a significant problem. Right now, there are no live sporting events to bet on. MobileWins has noticed this and come up with a solution. They’ve worked hard to set up US horseracing betting on their website for customers in the UK. All of the latest races are available to be bet on, and in-play betting is also an option.

A Fast-growing Sport
US horseracing is slightly different to the UK variant. While the premise remains the same, the key difference lies in where the races take place. In the US, horses race on sand racetracks, rather than grass.

The sport itself is growing in popularity throughout the UK. Even before all other sporting events were cancelled, many horseracing lovers still followed the American scene. Now, MobileWins offers a new way to engage with the sport by betting on the outcome of events - as well as betting in-play.

MobileWins customers in the UK can also benefit from watching the races live on TV. The sport has become so popular as of late that Sky Sports broadcast it in the evening. Turn the TV to the Sky Sports Racing channel (415), and view Stateside Live each night.

No UK Live Sport For The Foreseeable Future
Live sport in the UK is going to be postponed for the foreseeable future. Nobody knows when some of the most popular sports will be back and available to bet on. Thankfully, US horse racing offers something for anyone that’s missing out on sport. The quick thinking and adaptability of MobileWins have enabled live sports betting to at least continue in some format in the UK.

About MobileWins
MobileWins was established in 2012 with the aim to provide the UK betting market with a fresh face. As a company, they strive to provide the best odds and ensure that customers can enjoy responsible gambling on a safe and secure platform. The introduction of US horseracing is the latest addition to the growing plethora of sports betting markets available on the website. It shows the company’s commitment to always pushing the boat out and finding new ways to satisfy customers.

To learn more about the US horseracing betting options available on MobileWins, please visit the website here: https://mobilewins.co.uk/. Further details or any other press enquiries should be directed to Ad de Jon at addejong@revenueengineers.com. Alternative methods of communication include telephone on this number: +31 84 8730031 along with direct mail sent to this address: De Cuserstraat 83, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Name: Ad de Jon
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Organization: MobileWins
Address: De Cuserstraat 83, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Phone: +31 84 8730031
Website: https://mobilewins.co.uk/

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