What is Simulated Reality League? And How To Use SRL Top Tips and Predictions
Simulated Reality League are virtually simulated football or soccer matches that follow the actual leagues' competitions and tournament. This creates a sports betting experience that is as close to real-life as possible. The simulation is based on historical analysis of respective actual games using artificial intelligence and deep learning. Hence there is a need for up to date SRL Betting Tips and Predictions.
How to place bets on SRL matches? Since the game-play is trying to as closely as possible mimic how the actual game would have played out, you should use the same mentality, strategy, and historical stats to make inform the bets you place. Unlike other virtual matches, SRL matches are based on historical data and variables. This means that your betting skills and knowledge for typical soccer betting mean as much here as it does for actual soccer games.
Top football leagues being virtually played includes; Spain Laliga, Germany Bundesliga, Portugal Primera Liga, English Premier League, Poland Ekratalas, Netherlands Eredivisie, Russia Premier Liga, Austria Bundesliga SRL, Italian Serie A, and many others. The leagues' game-play is based on historical data of over 40 000 matches and aims to let the match play out as it would have in the actual scenario. We use all of this data to make predictions on how the SRL games will result and provide guaranteed betting tips.
As top football leagues were put to a halt due to COVID-19, most bookies have resorted to giving out their betting products on the SRL. Thus, an SRL game has all the entities of a typical match on top bookmakers. The simulated matches take the full 90 minutes and can even go to extra-time or penalties depending on the soccer competition.
Furthermore, the SRL games have all the betting markets such as Double chance, 1x2 or Win-Draw-Win, Correct Score, Over-Under, BTTS, HT-FT, Multigoals, Asian-Handicap, European-Handicap, Draw No Bet, Clean Sheets, Win to Nil, First Goal and so many others. Find our top tips and predictions for the SRL matches on our home page daily.
However, some simulated reality league competitions may come to an end. This is after top leagues confirmed that there will be no cancellation of their respective leagues. On Friday, 1st April, more than 20 Serie A clubs voted for Italian Serie A resumption. This means clubs could start playing in June behind closed doors. On the flip side, the English Premier League is set to resume, with various strict measures having been put in place in order to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus.