Let's admit that there are some games that deserve a special place in your betting website. Your users will see the odds and details of the games immediately without navigating to the Sportsbook.

In this case you need to add Selected Sports Games element from the Left Panel into the Crafting Area.
You can adjust the Element in all the possible ways: from the layout to the game search.

So, the first step would be adding the desired game/s. Click on the 'Game List' to search for them.

Once you find the wanted game, mind that you can also add a background image for each one. Easy and impressive!

Let's pass to the Settings of the element. Here you have a number of possibilities that will customize the Element to fit your needs for both Global and Mobile Settings.

In the Global Settings, you are allowed to enable slider on desktop with or without slider arrows and animation. Determine the number of games per page and per view and settings such as Games Vertical and Horizontal Padding; Border Radius and Width for games and odds; plus Font size for Leagues, Teams and Dates.

Opt for the Mobile Settings to enable the Slider on Mobile, Slider Arrows on Mobile, Mobile Custom Settings, such as League, Teams and Date Font size, as well as change Height by pixels or Aspect Ratio.

Now it's all set and what's left to be done is take care of the Element’s design. Just click on 'Edit Styles' and customize each component's coloring.

If you want to align the element vertically, click on the element and from the 'Vertical Alignments' option choose Top, Center or Bottom.

Mind the Location visibility as well. Include or exclude specific cities or countries or set the appropriate Custom IP.

And if you regret adding the element, just click on it and hit ‘Remove Button’.

Check out the rest of the elements out there in the Gaming Elements section to make your site more efficient, functional as well as eye-capturing!

Feel free to hit the Chat button in the lower right corner in case of further questions!

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