Betr, a popular micro-betting app that Jake Paul and Joeyn Levy founded in 2022, has announced an expansion of Betr’s core markets. And what better timing to do it than just ahead of March Madness? Initially, Betr offered micro betting, which offered instant gratification to sports betting, enabling you to bet on every game moment. Now the company announced bettors will be able to bet pre-match and in-play.
With the new markets added, bettors can bet on an outright winner, the margin of win, and an over/under on total points. The rollout of these markets arrives in tandem with the First Four stage of the tournament.
Joey Levy, CEO and Founder of Betr, said, “We deliberately launched with only micro betting to launch as soon as possible. This enabled us to learn from and iterate our product experience using actual user data and feedback. And to establish ourselves as the company, product, and brand synonymous not just with instant gratification betting, which we believe will be the future of this industry.
“We also want to be synonymous with doing things differently and being the first direct-to-consumer operator in the category to differentiate its product experience in an industry dominated by commoditized product experiences.”
Betr available in Ohio, Massachusetts, and Virginia
Essentially, the core market expansion comes straight after Betr’s Ohio launch. The operator is planning to go live in Massachusetts and Virginia. Betr’s real-money betting app will soon be available in these areas for both iOS and Android users.
To add, Betr will celebrate March Madness with the ‘Beat Derek’s Bracket challenge. You can go head-to-head with Derik Sullivan, who has gained notoriety for his atrocious betting record. The winner of this free-to-enter tournament will get $1,000.
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