The platform will now feature the Magyar Kupa, better known as The Hungarian Cup. The betting competition will come with all the trappings of the Wagerr experience, meaning no betting limits, no restrictions, and a completely anonymous offer.
The latest addition is indeed just a small improvement on the current portfolio, but it marks a continuity in Wagerr’s strategy. Wagerr has been continually active on social media, and evidently has attracted a healthy user base.
Weekly and monthly updates have been a part of Wagerr’s process of staying relevant. Even though the operator’s activity has taken a slight tumble, Wagerr has mostly been doing well. The company is still on track to enact Q2 2020 changes, largely seen as a positive sign by investors.
The company didn’t hesitate to introduce new visual and user experience improvements to its offer in April, making the most of the lockdown period, while its esports offering has also received a welcome boost. Sports bettors have shown interest in competitive video gaming form a betting perspective.
In terms of regular sports, its portfolio has grown with the Turkish football league and the Bundesliga onboarding. In fact, with Bundesliga games already underway, it’s easy to see why sports betting at Wagerr is likely to start picking back up. It will be further bolstered with the return of the Spanish and English major leagues in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, esports and virtual sports have had some success, Wagerr acknowledged as well in recent updates.