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Victor Chandler to Redesign for Euro 2008

The popular online casino sports betting site Victor Chandler has decided that it’s time for changes. The online gambling site will undergo a major redesigning process and players are looking for a completely different sports betting experience. The site signed an agreement with London-based digital communication company Reading Room which will take over operations. Head of the gambling company, Victor Chandler himself, said that “Reading Room’s creative approach to their pitch combined with an obvious enthusiasm for usable transactional design put them head and shoulders above the competition.

One of the most important aspects of any gambling site, especially when you’re talking about sports gambling, is the site’s level of usability. Is it easy to find what you’re looking for? Are players being directed to the best offers? Etc. With Euro 2008, one of the biggest sporting events in the world, Victor Chandler wants his site to be ready for the gambling public. Aside from the World Cup, Euro 2008 is the biggest event for any soccer fan in the world and there will be plenty of fans looking for a good sports book for their wagering.

The new design of the site is meant to capture the excitement of online betting and a fresh look waits for future visitors. The changing process is meant to benefit both players and the owners. After all, better usability leads to better profits in the world of the web. The online sports book can direct players to sections of the site which they don’t visit frequently; it can use site design to expose them to new offers and much more. The bottom line means better online casino sports gambling for all. Although other sports books didn’t announce a major facelift, we will see new features and surprises unfold as Euro 2008 approaches.

OCA News Editor

Christian Bright is a professional sports commentator with keen interests in football, tennis and horse racing. His experience in the reporting on professional sports makes him a key asset to OCA’s coverage of athletic events and matches.

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