William Hill launch #YourOdds a new product that is shaking up interactive betting.

How does #YourOdds work at William Hill?

#YourOdds from William Hill revolutionises interactive betting

Leading bookmaker William Hill launched a new interactive betting product in January called #YourOdds.

You can now ask them for odds by contacting them via social media platform Twitter.

Punters can make requests for bets to be priced up tweeting @williamhill and using the hashtag #YourOdds.

William Hill have a list of featured matches or events every week.

This is not just limited to football either, and there is usually a minimum of one per day.

Such requests are then assessed by traders and priced up in the #YourOdds section within the related event.

No guarantee is offered by William Hill that all #YourOdds requests will be priced up, but they aim to do as many as possible.

Excellent user experience on new product

Don’t be shy about requesting other odds for non-featured events or matches either.

FootyOn decided to test out the service to really get to grips with the user experience.

We asked William Hill to price up whether Arsene Wenger would be in charge of Arsenal or not on the first day of next season.

They got back swiftly to us, sending the odds request to their trading team.

Featured matches or events are prioritised, but William Hill traders had the Wenger manager special priced up within 24 hours.

Odds of 6/4 say he won’t be in charge of the Gunners on the first day of the 2017/18 Premier League season.

A #YourOdds request placed by FootyOn on the latest interactive betting new product from William Hill.

A #YourOdds request placed by FootyOn on the latest interactive betting new product from William Hill.

Wenger is odds-on at 1/2 to still be Arsenal manager then.

Gunners fans may also be interested in our next manager tips piece.

For more information abut #YourOdds, including a full list of terms and conditions, visit William Hill.

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