BGC Donating to National Health Service

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The National Health Service Charity Group has received an influx of donations amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. These donations are to assist medical professionals and volunteers with additional equipment to battle this virus. Another donator was just announced, with that being the Betting & Gaming Council. Executives with BGC confirmed that profits earned from the Virtual Grand National on April 4th would be donated to the NHS Charity Group.

Multiple sportsbooks operational in the United Kingdom have confirmed their representation of the Virtual Grand National. Sportsbooks showcasing this venue include Sky Bet, William Hill, Betfred, BetVictor, Bet365, Betway, GVC Holdings, Flutter Entertainment, Inspired Entertainment and Jennings Bet. There’s the potential for millions to be acquired after the VGN received significant support.

The NHS Charity Group supports 140 different charities under the National Health Service. Donations provided by the Betting & Gaming Council will be spread between these various associations. Considering that the Virtual Grand National on April 14th is meant for charity purposes, stakes are being increased to £10.00 per players. That’ll increase the valuations earned for the BGC.

The Betting & Gaming Council CEO expressed his delight towards these sportsbooks supporting this venue. It shows their support towards Great Britain’s national effort to support the NHS. Millions across the nation have clapped, sang and screamed their praise towards these individuals. Michael Dugher hopes that similar support will be shown by bettors with the April 14th Virtual Grand National. It should be mentioned that the Virtual Grand National is an exclusive venue for bettors, with it seeing an influx of wagers. Certain people wait all year for the VGN.

VGN Details

The Virtual Grand National was announced last month, with the real-life venue being terminated amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. Those wanting to watch the virtual race on their televisions can witness these events on ITV at 5 PM on April 14th. It’ll support forty racers and implement CGI Technologies with specialized algorithms. This will enable a certain level of realism to the 2020 Virtual Grand National. It should be noted that this venue will be the 1st supporting the UKGCs latest Responsible Gambling Protocols. It’ll ensure that first-time bettors will receive a secured and safe betting experience. These protocols centre around customer protections and limiting addiction to betting.