Russian betting site
Fonbets Russian-licensed domain enjoyed.32 million visits in 2018, a monthly average.6 million.Fonbets monthly traffic peaked.1m visits in July as the 2018 fifa World Cup reached its climax.Fonbets success at driving traffic may have had to do with the fact that the site was Russias top-spending television advertiser during the World Cup, accounting for 18 of all advertising placements and 8 of overall ad minutes.
1xBet wasnt among Russias top advertisers but the bookmakers Russian-licensed domain ranked second on 2018s traffic chart with.3m visit, a monthly average.2m.1xBets monthly traffic peaked in October.7m visits.Only four other Russian bookmakers reported a monthly average over 1 million visitors, led by (1.59 million (1.3 million (1.21 million) and (1.2 million).The World Cup months of June (35.8 million) and July (37 million) were the biggest months for Russias overall online betting traffic, but Octobers tally (35.5 million) was only slightly behind the leaders, likely due to the start of another hockey season, the report said.Meanwhile, it was revealed that according to data from Russias media and internet watchdog.Roskomnadzor, Fonbet-affiliated domains accounted for 1,335 of domains blacklisted in January.
The sites are from Fonbets operations based outside Russia, which offers myriad products not permitted by Russian authorities, such as casino and poker.With all sport competitions in Russia suspended until April 17, certain gambling websites in the country have begun offering betting on the development of the covid-19 pandemic.Russian gambling websites Betcity and Parimatch are both offering covid-19 betting categories.Betcity is offering options such as, WHO announces creation of vaccine against covid-19 by?
And WHO announces end of covid-19 pandemic before?Meanwhile, Parimatch allows betting on whether Russia will impose movement restrictions for its citizens or ban public gatherings.The two operators are not the first to attempt to capitalise on the covid-19 crisis.