Golden Race

Significant mobile upgrades for Golden Race’s online platform

Golden Race, the omni-channel virtual sports provider, has presented Mobile 2.0 and Desktop 3.0 versions for its online sportsbook.

New features include additional customisation options for user layout, colour schemes and branding, as well as a newly improved user-friendly interface for both mobile and desktop.

Golden Race’s online platform, which is fully compatible with all popular browsers, is available in 19 languages on desktop and 11 on mobile, 118 currencies including millibitcoin (mBTC), and offers up to six different odd formats including Asian Handicap.

New game releases as part of the upgraded product include Speedway and Motorbike races, as well as the casino game Spin2Win, which comes with Golden Race’s ‘On Demand’ service where players can take away the wait time for an event to start.

The new mobile version contains various integrated widgets that will ease bet selection, including a single-click navigation for multiple bets, while users can access their bet history from a top-right icon.

Tickets are grouped by date in the main screen and display information such as time, identifier, bet type, number of bets, stake, max winnings/return and status.

Golden Race CEO Martin Wachter said: “We have always focused on offering the most realistic and authentic betting experience to players and recognise the increasing importance of mobile devices.

“For that reason, we have made significant upgrades to our mobile platform, which offers the same experience as a real sportsbook with a clean design for a friendly user experience.”

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