South African bookmaker HollywoodBets.net upgrade website
South Africa’s biggest online bookmaker HollywoodBets.net has relaunched its website, with customers now able to access the new design.
Although the old design remains live, customers can switch by tapping the “New Website” link that is front and centre on their homepage.
The new design is a big upgrade on the exceptionally dated HollywoodBets old website, which has had few cosmetic changes since its inception in the early 2000s.
While there has been no official word it seems likely that HollywoodBets will launch Android and iOS bet apps based off their new software, bringing them in-line with competitors in the South African sports betting market.
HollywoodBets, which also has a presence in the United Kingdom and Ireland, only has a basic browsing download for simple phones and no apps which is surprising given how big a company they are.
HollywoodBets has 81 betting shops across South Africa and is run by CEO Suren Rampersadh, who has been with the company for 33 years.
Over the coming days, as we learn more about Hollywoodbets new site, we will update our HollywoodBets review.
We are thinking the betting company might include some promotions to promote their new website, although they already have one of the top South African free bet offers.
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