Cloudbet continues zero margin EPL offer

1,000 players will have the opportunity to benefit from this feature on each match and enjoy the best odds on the competition. No commission means better yields for every successful bet you place, and with 92 games still left in the season, that is plenty of action to bet on.

To make this happen, Cloudbet has used its main asset, the power of cryptocurrencies, to guarantee the longest prices around. While FIAT operations may struggle to negate any surcharges, blockchain makes it easy to eliminate any commission fees with no added risk to the user.

Cloudbet has been able to slash the odds on all remaining games, offering players better lines, and a chance to maximise your winnings. Commenting on these developments, a Cloudbet spokesperson had this to say:

“Ultimately, we’re aiming to make sports more engaging for our players and what better way to supercharge the experience than by offering the best prices that are mathematically possible. The primary reason that we can do that is because of blockchain.”

The ability to provide fairer and more player-friendly odds is another example of how blockchain can be leveraged to improve the sports betting experience. Meanwhile, Cloudbet has been busy offering a variety of betting products.

The website has recently undergone a major overhaul, adding more in-play markets and esports betting. Cloudbet has also been active in adding special games tailored for important sports events, exemplified in the launch of the commemorative MMA-themed slot.

Cloudbet offers an impressive number of sports betting markets that players can freely bet, including basketball and American Football, which have both seen 2% margin “best odds” offers in recent months.

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Written by Tudor

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