|Bookie Alerts today announced the launch of their rebranded site and alerts service in preparation for The FIFA World Cup. The site, www.bookiealerts.co.uk is the first in the sportsbetting industry to offer a revolutionary and innovative service using desktop alert technology. |
Bookie Alerts delivers the latest odds, betting opportunities and special offers from all the leading bookmakers direct to users’ desktops. Punters can opt in to receive customised information as and when they want it. They can compare live odds on their desktop in real time from around the world on popular sports, as well as being alerted to the latest free bets and promotions, simply from downloading the free application.
Bookie Alerts is the only site that can offer independent sportsbetting advice and offers and deliver it in such a timely manner to the punter. Added to this they can use the bookie alerts odds comparison service where they can compare odds on all events from the top bookmakers.
Emmie Matthews director of www.bookiealerts.co.uk said “We wanted to work with a reliable and technologically sound company and Skinkers are the leader in this field. This is a fantastic opportunity for us to offer punters the very best in up to the minute and independent sportsbetting information.”
Matteo Berlucci, CEO, Skinkers, said “This is a really exciting new contract for Skinkers and great for www.bookiealerts.co.uk to have this technological advantage in a highly competitive market.”
To download bookiealerts log onto http://www.bookiealerts.co.uk/
For further press information or images, please contact: email@example.com or call Emmie Matthews on 0207 579 8388
Notes to Editors:
• No Spyware
• No Adware
• The application is smaller than 1 MB and won’t affect the user’s PC.
• No alerts via email
• Compare odds in realtime
• Customise to own personal requirements
• Messages – Silent Options
• Odds are received from UK and Euorpean bookmakers and are refreshed every 30 seconds on the site.
• Other non competitive clients for Skinkers are Skynews.com, BBCNews.co.uk, Guardianunlimited, FT.com
• Odds to your PC over any other application except Powerpoint