Optival targets app users with new enhanced TBA Version

Optival LTD, a data-first approach performance marketing company and comparison product specialist, has recently launched a new version of its Top Betting Apps (TBA) website, which puts the spotlight on betting apps and all things mobile betting related.

As a result of the newly launched version of the TBA site, mobile users can enjoy a more enhanced UX, including better speed, easier navigation and improved offer tracking. 

Better speed makes it possible for Android and iOS app users to obtain up to date mobile betting information for these apps more quickly and conveniently.

“Optival aims to provide high quality comparison products, and we are very proud to continue meeting our objectives by delivering the value that our users will experience first-hand with TBA,” said Optival CEO Ron Weiner.

As an additional component of pursuing its TBA mission, Optival recently signed a sponsorship deal for TBA with Macclesfield Town Football Club from the UK’s National League, to take part as a betting partner for the upcoming football season. 

TBA, said Weiner, is thrilled to be participating in the proud tradition of Macclesfield Town Football Club and is looking forward to an exciting 2020/2021 season.

Optival first launched its original version of TBA in 2017. Since that time, the site has grown and evolved its mission to become the honest and unbiased one-stop shop for users who want to learn about today’s top-rated UK mobile betting sites and conveniently compare bookmakers to find the one best suited to their preferred mobile betting experience.

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