Ever since online gambling became widely available in Ireland we have been quick to take advantage of the much wider variety of gambling options. The online casino gambling sites have provided us with a huge range of different gambling games to choose from, including many traditional games which were previously not accessible in our casinos, but probably the biggest change has been in the sports gambling sector. Our betting shops tended to concentrate on the most popular gambling sports such as horse racing and football, but nowadays if you log onto any of the major online sports gambling sites you will find almost every sport you can think of. It is also fair to say that the online sports gambling sites given us the opportunity to gamble on our favourite sports almost all year round. Whereas before the introduction of online gambling we were usually restricted to our own sporting seasons, we can now follow sporting events all over the world without even leaving home. Take a minor gambling sport such as tennis for instance, the closed season is now just a matter of weeks rather than months. Our tennis gambling enthusiasts have just seen the last big tournament of the 2014 season, albeit a disappointing end with the withdrawal of Roger Federer from the final at the O2 arena, but they do not have long to wait before the tennis gambling season kicks off again in Australia in the New year. There are some who would argue that Irish sports gambling fans should concentrate on the sports that are in season over here, but we all have our favourite sports and if you are an enthusiastic fan of gambling on tennis for example, that is what you will choose to do. Online sports gambling has given us that choice whatever our favourite sport.