Bet365 just released a new HTML5 sports website, which replaced the old flash version. The change only affects the users who wager through the desktop version of the sports site. All of the other domains including mobile will remain unchanged.
Other pages such as Members, Extra, Gaming, and Help are already HTML-based. However, some of the games might still load through flash.
The brand new design is quite similar to the mobile version and will provide continuity for users when they use bet365 across various devices.
Another change is with the My Bets section, as it replaced Financials in the site header and is available once you log in. This page has the same functionality as it is currently displayed on the bet slip, but it utilises a larger area, which makes it easier for the user to manage his or hers bets.
The Live In-Play coupon on the Sports Home Page groups In-play events by competition. This increases the ease of the navigation, particularly when there is a large volume of such incidents. This allows the users to ignore competitions in which they are not interested in.
The In-Play Schedule is driven by the sport rather than the date. So, if you want to select Soccer from the top of the Schedule, you will be shown all of the Soccer fixtures that bet636 have planned to cover In-Play during that week.
Unfortunately, the In-Play Multi-View is no longer available.