Simulated Reality League - Bet on all your favourite leagues

Simulated Reality League
Major European league might be on a hiatus now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but you can still bet on your favourite team in the Simulated Reality League. Click here to bet. 

Europe’s top leagues, including the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and the French Ligue 1 were suspended last month due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Their return to action is unknown since this is unchartered territory.

All is not lost though. Premier Bet is giving you the chance to bet on your favourite teams across Europe’s major leagues through our Simulated Reality League. The Simulated Reality League will play out every game in the top leagues on the date they were due to play. This gives you the chance to still bet on the likes of Wolves v Arsenal and Atletico Madrid v Sevilla this weekend.

Simulated Reality League games have hundreds of markets across each game, from 1X2 to Over/Under 2.5 Goals. This really is the closest you can get to betting on the real deal!

In the Premier League, there are interesting games this weekend



Tottenham Hotspur face Everton this weekend, whilst giant killers Wolves welcome Arsenal. Manchester United, Chelsea and runaway leaders Liverpool have games against relegation strugglers. These games have all the usual betting markets. Therefore, there is plenty of interesting action for you to bet on.

La Liga’s story this season has been about the top two giants



In the Spanish top-flight league, the top two teams, Real Madrid and Barcelona, are at home. The top four contenders Atletico Madrid, Sevilla and Getafe have tough away games against Levante, Villarreal and Real Valladolid respectively. All of these games can be bet on in the Simulated Reality League.

In the Bundesliga



Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have games against two of the bottom three teams, while title hopefuls Leipzig are away to FC Cologne.

All your favourite teams are in action this weekend in the Simulated Reality League. Why not try it out and see where your team will end up in the table?