Wagerr posts impressive updated betting volume for September

According to the platform’s latest numbers, there have been 431 events to bet on that attracted consumer interest.

NFL and MLB clearly led the way and generated the highest volume overall.

However, it was the Netherlands Eredivisie that managed to attract the most action for a single event.

Some 600 WGR was bet on Feyenoord vs ADO Den Haag. Overall, sports fans contributed $300,000 in total bets via Wagerr.

The Weekly Betting Volume (WGR) has been increasing and it is four million higher year-on-year according to Wagerr’s latest updated charts.

In fact, Weekly Betting Volume has been climbing steadily since September, 2019 and has not fallen.

Now, the USD Weekly Betting Volume has been far more elusive with its own ups and downs.

Overall, Wagerr has continued to prove itself as one of the most trusted blockchain sports betting operators.

Recently, it celebrated its second birthday and it has enjoyed many great milestones in that time.

The company managed to retain consumer interest despite COVID-19 and led the way in other areas as well.

However, Wagerr is not the sole blockchain sportsbook choice. There are other great options, including SportsBet.io, Cloudbet and FortuneJack.

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Written by David


David is co-founder of CryptoGamblingNews.com, and has worked in the crypto gambling space since 2015.