Betfair Launches Refreshed Betfair Hub

Ben H / 24 October 2022

Australia’s largest and only betting exchange, Betfair, has launched the redesigned Betfair Hub and proudly announced that it will be the place where punters will get the latest sports betting analysis and a shortcut to more educated bets.

Betfair, owned by Crown Resorts Limited, promised that Betfair Hub will now be faster and more user-friendly, and customers will get much easier access to daily betting content.

When announcing the re-launch, Betfair added that the new content offering has expanded and was tailored so that it meets the specific needs of Betfair punters. The new brands that the refreshed Betfair Hub comes with include, Expert Tips, Predictions Models, Feature Previews, etc.

Creating More Winning Punters

Karl Kaldawi, a content manager at Betfair Australia, said that the Betfair Hub had always been a great place for punters who wanted to not only get professional betting advice but also a place where bettors can learn more about responsible gambling.

Kaldawi added that everyone at Betfair was excited that they could launch the redesigned Hub and help bettors place more educated bets by giving them access to new brands and content.

The Betfair Hub works with leading analysts from various fields, including horse racing experts Chris Camilleri, Daniel O’Sullivan, Dean Evans, and Terry Leighton. Tennis betting guru Steve Quick is there too.

Robert Linsley, Betfair Australia’s Customer, and Commercial Director said that Betfair’s goal was to educate bettors so they can make educated wagering decisions.

With the unique Betfair model, Linsley was sure that they would be able to “create more winning punters,” something that was “central” to the Betfair business strategy.

Betfair launched the Hub just in time for the Melbourne Cup Carnival and the Cox Plate Carnival. Punters are promised extensive coverage of the events which will also include Andrew Hawkins’ Melbourne Cup Preview published on Victoria Derby Day evening.

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