We have mentioned in the previous part that one of live streaming’s few drawbacks is its limited supply, although the top bookmakers are doing their best to compensate for that by all possible means. The live graphics are nice, but unluckily not equal substitute for the audio/video coverage. You can’t see the action, but you still get the general idea of what is going on.
Schedule is another important live-console criteria. You can’t place your wagers there since it has purely informative functions. However, the feature is a place, from where you can be relocated to all upcoming fixtures’ pages. Besides the link, the schedule also shows you the type of the sport, the event’s starting time and whether there is coverage for it. It differs for all bookies, but sometimes the schedule is for up to 7 days ahead in time.
This is another exciting attribute that is available only at a part of the betting sites. For example, BetVictor, accompanied by Coral and Ladbrokes, is among them. The fast betting option is triggered by a small on/off button and gives you the chance to place your bets live in a second, with the wager value being set in advance. Quick bet is great for sports with rapidly changing odds and markets like tennis, so you should give it a try.
Cash Out is another sportsbook feature that is still gathering momentum, but has already been very popular among online punters worldwide. It requires interaction from the customers when they become in charge of their bet’s fate. When your bet is still in a good position of winning, the operator might give you the chance to close your wager and claim part of the winnings. It is a great option as you feel insecure about your bets or want to cut potential losses.