The Voice Betting
The Voice is the latest music related talent show to turn up on our television screens and there is plenty of action to be had for the betting lover. The Voice is a multinational signing competition where acts are judged on the strength, clarity and quality of their voice alone as the judges do not get the chance to initially put faces to the voices they listen to.
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The Voice betting will include a number of popular markets which will roll on over the course of the competition. There will be the chance to back potential acts to get into the final, the chance to back the winner throughout and the chance to back the next act to get the boot from the show.
The Voice is very new all over the world and many countries only started broadcasting versions of the show in 2011 and 2012. The first UK edition of the Voice started in mid-March after it was commissioned by the BBC in the summer of 2011. The four judges for the UK show are; Jessie J, Will.i.am, Danny O'Donoghue and music legend Tom Jones.
Format of the Voice
The format of the Voice is very simple and links into the Voice betting very easily. Acts have to get the judges interested in them with their voice, judges can turn and look at the act during the first audition. Acts can choose a coach based on who has turned their chair around to look at them. The initial auditions stop when each coach has ten acts they would like to work with.
The format of the Voice then dictates that these acts with each coach/judge must battle against each other for a place on the live shows. The acts go up against each other singing the same song and the judge or coach decides which act has done the best job.
The live format of the Voice puts the acts and the judges under a lot of pressure and is where in-play betting on this event will be popular. The public can save one act and the judges have to decide to save another of their acts and which they want to let go. There could be some very good value odds available on backing the next act to drop out of the competition.
THE VOICE FINAL BETTING
The Voice final betting will be a busy market because the cream of the acts will be performing in a live final. Each judge will have one contestant looking to become The Voice and walk away with the grand prize. There will be press and media coverage and most popular high street bookies will offer some bets for this final.
Anyone looking to have a flutter in the Voice final betting needs to remember that consistency is the key. If a contestant has a history of getting nervous throughout the show then they are less likely to succeed while an act who likes to put on a show and perform could easily take the win.
THE VOICE MARKETS
All of the popular TV Betting markets will appear for this show. The most popular is going to be backing the potential winner. This is the market that nearly all bookies should release some odds for at some stage. The Voice markets will be dominated by the winner market even more as the contestants get whittled down.
The Voice markets which offer punters the chance to back the next act to leave the show and which act to make the final will also be popular. There will quite often be an act that comes up that very few people like, gets bad press coverage and becomes predictable in terms of knowing when they will leave.
Popularity of the Voice
A lot of people may choose to think that the format and routine of television talent shows has become stale and outdated. However, there are currently 15 active winners of different versions of the Voice that are all making a step towards long and successful careers in music.
The popularity of the Voice is so great in some European countries that different versions of the show have been developed. A great example of this is in the Netherlands where there has already been one series of the Voice Kids, with a second commissioned for next year.