Pronet Gaming Attracts New Players With Innovative New Widgets

Pronet Gaming Attracts New Players With Innovative New Widgets

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At the head of Copa América and EURO 2020, Pronet Gaming has come up with an advanced series of sports betting tools that are made to help operators attract and retain new players

 The new tools have not only been adjusted for mobile betting, but they also concentrate on specific markets. These widgets are said to provide customers with quicker entry to pre-designed accas.

According to the Director of Sportsbook and Trading at Pronet Gaming Thomas Molloy, they’ve done an exceptionally intense job to create a full set of tools that would allow operators and players access to matches, group betting, specials and outrights on both mobile and desktop versions in a much quicker manner.

Captivating and keeping customers engaged is surely the main goal during an incoming busy sporting summer, he adds. Pronet Gaming is now ready to provide both their customers and operators a truly high-ranking betting experience by taking this gambit and converting their forepart accordingly.

Another disclosure also reveals that Pronet Gaming’s customers will now be able to gain access to its brand new in-game Match Tracker, which suggests statistic and frontal data, as well as form guides, timelines play-focused visuals, all of which help inform customer bets.

Molloy also touched upon the wiping of home advantage, explaining that the return of some crowds, despite being reduced (on average from 0.5 to 0.1 per game) could still be key for domestic teams looking to obtain competitive lead, especially in the Premier League this season. He notes that there was definitely a clear feeling of a neutral venue.

With that being said, adds Molloy, even with venues quarter full, crowds can still create a lot of noise, which is exactly the atmosphere that has really been missed over the past year. This out-turn can be crucial to home teams in their inquiry of competitive advantage.

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