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Our favourite virtual horse racing courses are getting a major update to the graphics they use. Below, we take a look at what this means for you:
The previous viewing experience was clunky at best - you’re watching the races on a screen in a betting shop (as you can’t currently watch online), the screens are often small and you’re typically sat quite far away from them. Then, to make matters worse, the graphics are blurry and pixelated and the movement of the horses looks quite jolty and unnatural.Read Article