The best offshore gambling sites are now offering lines on computer simulated games. Yep. This is now a thing. The ongoing global pandemic has made spectator sports an impossibility. No major sports league is even willing to follow WWE’s example and hold events without fans on the stands. Therefore, the best online sportsbooks have come up with the idea of so-called sports-sims. Whether that idea is brilliant or asinine, only time will tell. Either way, this is what we have been reduced to. What a bleak, horrible future we live in. I mean present. There is an English expression which purports to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse: May you live in interesting times. And these our times are getting increasingly interesting with each passing day.
Top Sports Sim Betting Websites
- MyBookie – Best Sims Game Lines Available
- Xbet – Top Sports Sims Experience
- BetOnline – Huge Sign-Up Bonus for Sport Sims
- CashBet – Growing New Sims Sportsbook
How interesting? Let’s have a look at the rules of sports-sims.
Simulated Sports Betting Rules at Sportsbooks
- All results are determined by a completely random computer simulation.
- Games must be fully completed for bets to have action.
- If for any reason the game goes offline, it will restart where it left off once the connection is back.
- The game fails to autosave, then all progress up to that point will be lost and all bets will be graded as NO ACTION.
- If connectivity cannot be re-established and the game is not completed, all bets will have NO ACTION.
- First-half betting: The first half must be completed for bets to have action.
- Second half betting: The bet description will show if the game will have second half wagering.
- Second half betting includes overtime.
I wonder whether some computers will become more popular than others. And sign sponsorship deals. Get their own trading cards. And develop substance abuse problems, hit rock bottom, go to rehab, find Jesus, write their memoirs, and make an unlikely comeback. Anyway, the best offshore gambling sites offer, for example, odds on NFL MADDEN 15-minute quarter simulated games played with ALL-MADDEN difficulty. Here are few examples from MyBookie, for illustrative purposes only:
- DALLAS COWBOYS CPU+2½ (+180) vs. KC CHIEFS CPU -2½ (-250)
- MIN VIKINGS CPU-6 (-125) -240 O 47½ (-120) vs. LA CHARGERS CPU +6 (-105) +170) U 47½ (-110)
There are also lines on NBA 2K20 simulated games such as this one:
- LA LAKERS CPU-17½ (-120) vs. BOS CELTICS CPU +17½ (-120)
As well as five-minute quarter, Hall of Fame-difficulty NCAA 2K simulations, like the following:
- LSU CPU +4½ (-115) O 88½ (-115) vs. VILLANOVA CPU -4½ (-115) U 88½ (-115)
- COLORADO CPU +4 (-115) O 83 (-115) vs. KENTUCKY CPU -4 (-115) U 83 (-115)
- TEXAS TECH CPU +3 (-115) O 77½ (-115) vs. FLORIDA STATE -3 (-115) U 77½ (-115)
- HOUSTON CPU +4 (-115) O 82½ (-115) vs. SETON HALL CPU -4 (-115) U 82½ (-115)
- WEST VIRGINIA CPU +2 (-115) O 85 (-115) vs. DUKE CPU -2 (-115) U 85 (-115)
- ARIZONA CPU -1½ (-115) O 95 (-115) vs. MICHIGAN STATE CPU +1½ (-115) U 95 (-115)
We also have futures, because why not?
NCAA SIM MARCH MADNESS RAFRENTZ REGION ODDS
|SAN DIEGO STATE CPU||+400|
|FLORIDA STATE CPU||+650|
|SETON HALL CPU||+900|
|WEST VIRGINIA CPU||+1800|
|TEXAS TECH CPU||+2000|
Games, as it were, such as the ones listed above are streamed live on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, and Instagram. This truly is a sad state of affairs. But it could be much worse. At least we have reliable technology these days. Imagine if instead of Madden we had to settle for Tekmo Bowl, with its absurdly overpowering Bo Jackson. Or, instead of NBA 2K, Double Dribble with its glitch that allows the player to hit a 3-pointer every time. All things considered, we should be grateful for small favors.