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Just like soccer is popular in Europe, cricket is, without a doubt, the most popular sport in India. Some of the best cricket players in history are Indians. The Indian Premier League (IPL) is famous all over the world. 

We won’t question the devotion Indians have towards cricket. What we want to discuss here is the virtual sports’ rise in popularity. Virtual sports have changed the gaming industry and influenced sports betting. 

The sports industry is just one of the industries where technology is being used to the fullest. The perfect example of this is online sports betting — these platforms have been developed to the extent where you can watch sporting events that are happening on the other side of the world and bet on them. 

Moreover, new forms of betting have appeared. The virtual sports section has become bettors’ favorite part in an online sportsbook. Nowadays, you can bet on almost any virtual sport — cricket included. 

Virtual cricket has gained a large number of viewers, as you can see some surprising pairings followed by an intense game. According to some bettors, virtual sports might be even more exciting than real sporting events. With the advancement of technology, virtual sports have stolen the spotlight.

Virtual Cricket Tournament

Currently, the fourth edition of the Virtual Cricket Tournament is happening. Cricket aficionados can enjoy placing bets on their preferred teams. Online sports betting platforms have become extremely competitive and they offer great odds for betting on virtual cricket events. Additionally, you can always follow virtual cricket live scores and news.

Why Is Betting on Virtual Cricket So Popular?

Let’s start with the basics — what is virtual cricket betting? Basically, it’s a form of betting on fixed odds games. It sounds the same as betting on real sporting events, but there are some crucial differences. The most obvious one is that this is a virtual game, therefore, it’s not real. 

Virtual cricket games last for a couple of minutes, which makes them more exciting and unpredictable. In a real cricket game, you would know your teams’ strengths and overall performance. However, virtual cricket uses a random number generator (RNG) to determine the outcome of the game. 

Some bettors prefer virtual cricket for a couple of reasons — the first one is that virtual cricket has an added layer of excitement. Then, these games are available 24/7, and you can bet on them at any moment. 

Moreover, you don’t need expert knowledge of the sport to bet on the virtual cricket game. There is no need for strategizing — you simply select the team you’re rooting for. Perhaps the biggest advantage is that, in virtual cricket, there is no place for corruption, while the result of a real cricket game can be set up. 

The selection of virtual cricket games depends on the online sportsbook you choose. Sports betting sites have recognized the potential of virtual cricket. Therefore, with a bit of research, you can stumble upon some amazing virtual cricket games. 

If you’re completely new to the world of sports betting, this is a fun way to get a hang of the rules before you move onto real cricket games. 

On the other hand, if you have any experience in sports betting, these types of bets can be an easy way to earn some money. However, given the fact that the outcome of a virtual cricket game is absolutely random, you can never know whether you will win. You should never bet more than you can afford to lose. 

In this sense, we can put betting on virtual cricket somewhere between sports betting and casino games, since they are created with an RNG algorithm.

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