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AnyBets.com Revolutionizes Internet Gaming with Poll Betting

28 Feb 2005

LONDON, UK -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Poll betting is a new cross-breed of consumer poll and pool betting that is not only making a splash on the betting market, but proving itself the most accurate form of consumer survey.

International pool betting site, AnyBets.com has created poll betting, which gives consumers an opportunity to put their money where their mouth is, by backing their votes on topical issues and events with a monetary incentive.

The pace of change and innovation in the igaming industry continues to be fast and exciting. In 2003 peer-to-peer betting as an alternative to the traditional racing book sent shockwaves through the horse racing industry. 2004 was the year skill games were introduced to the mass market. As a gaming licence was not required, sites like Yahoo could get in on the act. This year's innovation is poll betting, with AnyBets.com leading the way.

AnyBets.com founder, Graeme Levin said, "I have seen many innovative developments in the online gambling industry and while poll betting is response to consumer demand, it is moving the industry in an exciting new direction."

AnyBets.com has polls on events and issues covering many areas, such as politics, justice, sport, celebrities, music, film, television and fashion. AnyBets.com allows you to poll bet on almost anything with a definitive outcome! If it is out there and being talked about, chances are you can make your opinion count by entering a poll bet at AnyBets.com.

Popular polls have included: "Will Sharon Osbourne Have her Jewels back before Christmas?"; "Will Britney Spears announce a pregnancy in the near future?"; "What colour outfit will the winner of Best Female Pop Vocal wear to the Grammy's?", and have appeared in papers such as the Daily Telegraph.

 
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