Pittsburgh, PA, August 02, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- UK betting education service, Learntobet has expanded to the United States with the launch of Learntobet USA. Sports enthusiasts will benefit from Learntobet USA’s courses, available in downloadable video format. LearntoBet USA provides comprehensive training to the U.S. market, with courses specific to football, baseball, basketball and horseracing.
For convenience, comprehensive Learntobet USA educational video courses are available for purchase online and on iOS, Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast. Each individual course (football, horseracing, basketball and baseball) includes five to six training modules to explore. Basic written courses are also available from Amazon for use on Kindle devices.
Founder, Keith Sobey, said of the expansion, "These videos are available to bettors who are interested in putting the odds in their favor. We look forward to building on our experience and establishing LearntobetUSA as the dominant resource in the United States for sports betting education."
Of the Learntobet USA training system, Head of U.S. Operations, Peter Geiringer said, “At the present time, internet betting in the USA is limited to Las Vegas and New Jersey, but this is likely to change significantly over the next two years. Millions of US sports bettors go to Las Vegas and Atlantic City each year and can use our videos to improve their betting performance in the sports books."
About Learntobet USA
Learntobet USA is the premier betting education resource in the world, providing clients with the tools they need to improve the profitability of their betting in whatever field they choose. Founded by Keith Sobey, Learntobet USA offers educational sports betting videos and written courses to provide comprehensive training and betting strategy. Learntobet USA brings a new dimension to gambling, maximizing success. Don’t leave it to luck – learn to bet! For more information, visit LearntobetUSA.com.
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