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How the Footstock Experience Differs from Those of Other Football Betting Sites 0

Posted on October 15, 2020 by Maine Richards

Football betting platforms have become popular in recent years as opposed to traditional betting, the outcome of your bet isn’t reliant on a single result. And along with the betting element, there are so many added features that make the virtual football experience appealing, immersive, and chock-full of thrills. There are three names that are currently making waves among football fans: the well-established Football Index and its newer competitors, SportStack and FootStock.

This article turns the spotlight on FootStock and what makes it different from its contemporaries. Having this information on hand should help you decide whether to join FootStock.

About FootStock

Footstock is an online football betting platform that’s headquartered in Cologne, Germany. It’s also fully licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. Having only been released in 2019, it’s still a fairly new player and may be less prominent than Football Index, its predecessor in the niche. In recent months, however, FootStock has gained a lot of traction, thanks in no small part to their hosting of virtual tournaments. Many football fans now look forward to these in the absence of opportunities to attend live games.

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