BetAmerica has released a significant upgrade of its online ADW website featuring seven new free handicapping views for each horse race and the integration of an improved quality video player on the same pages.
“The ability to watch free streaming video of track feeds and bet directly from a single page combined with fast bet-building functionality makes the new layout a game changer in the online wagering market,” said Molly Jo Rosen, Product Manager of Racing for BetAmerica. “Designed by a team of handicappers, the new format takes into account everything experienced bettors need while keeping it simple for the novice player to not feel overwhelmed.”
The updated format offers the most comprehensive free handicapping information available on a single-page view from any ADW and removes the need for separate windows to bet and view live track feeds.
Players are now able to choose from seven different views for each live horse race, all with odds and betting options available with a single click:
– Quick View: age, weight, and any equipment changes
– Fast Form: finishing position in last six starts, whether favored in last race, whether the horse has won at the track, and whether the horse has ever won at the distance
– Speed & Class: utilizing Equibase speed figures and class data in order to quickly spot standout runners
– Horse Stats: race record and earnings
– Jockey Stats: record in the last year, record on the surface, record on the surface and distance, and record in the last 30 days
– Trainer Stats: record in the last year with the jockey, record in the last year, record on the surface, and record the last 30 days
– Horse Info: age, sex, and color
For greyhound bettors, there are three different views and the ability to download a free program for every race.
The Handicapping Store remains available for BetAmerica.com account holders to purchase information on the day's races with a few clicks of their mouse.
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