Sportsbet is always creating new and innovative ways to make a punters experience easier and more convenient and they have done it against with the new Sportsbet Multi Builder!
For punters who love to place a multi bet but are sick of it taking up half their day to flick between pages and put together all their legs, then the Sportsbet Multi Builder will take away all your pain as it allows you to place your multi without leaving the one screen!
To take advantage of this new feature, simply update your Sportsbet mobile app at the app store and follow these basic steps once your app has finished updating.
When you are on the Sportsbet app, head into the sports section and select Multi Builder.
From there, every single time you click on odds it will be added to your multi in the bet slip option even though you aren’t notified of it doing so.
To locate different sports, you simple navigate through them at the top of the page and it will give you the markets for each match on every sport.
When you are finished making your selections, click on the place multi button at the bottom of the page and you will be able to view all of your selections before confirming your stake and placing your multi bet.
This new feature cuts down the amount of time taken to flick between sports and attempting to find the matches you wish to add which ensures punters get the simplest experience.
If you aren’t already members of Sportsbet then sign up through clicking on the links on this page.
To learn more about the bonus and the bookmaker, check out our Sportsbet Review page.
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