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Reasons to Play

  • Some of the best in-play betting available
  • Tens of thousands of bets available
  • Access to a great casino and poker room
  • Brilliant on desktop and mobile alike

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    Bwin Sports Review

    Technically speaking, hitting the nail on the head when it comes to providing outstanding sports betting service should be relatively easy. After all, it’s simply a case of offering competitive odds, the best possible range of betting markets, a user-friendly platform and solid customer service. Which is precisely why it is so incredibly frustrating to see just how many sports betting websites get it completely wrong. Over at Bwin, the sheer size and popularity of this particular brand alone would seem to suggest that nailing it is exactly what they’re doing. But what makes Bwin so special? Read on for Casino Papa’s full breakdown!

    If you’re talking sheer size, Bwin is nothing short of a leviathan. Given the fact that it was as recently as 1999 that the company was established, what they have achieved to date is nothing short of spectacular. Along with ridiculously high-profile partnerships with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, they now claim to have no less than 20 million customers. Suffice to say therefore, the numbers pretty much speak for themselves, but how does Bwin perform when put to the test for real?

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    Contact Information

    • Customer Service
    • Live Chat
    • Registered Office
      ElectraWorks Limited, Suite 6,
      Atlantic Suites,Europort Avenue , Gibraltar
    • Casino Name: Bwin Sports

    Site Summary
    Well, there’s absolutely no denying that the website itself is nothing short of a work of art. Along with seriously impressive visuals and no less than 23 different languages available, the navigation system itself is as smooth and simple as any you are likely to come across. What’s more, despite the fact that it’s nothing less than a sensory feast from start to finish, everything loads up in an instant and performance is largely flawless.

    In terms of betting markets, at the time we carried out our investigation of Bwin there were somewhere in the region of 30 sports covered.  Not the biggest range you’ll find of any sports betting site, but all selected for quality and demand, rather than simply making up the numbers. As for available bets…well, all we really need to tell you is that there were more than 28,000 available at the time, which is probably enough for anyone. It’s actually a little bit deceptive, as while just a handful of sports are listed down the left, everything opens up massive when you head over to the live betting section.

    In fact, you get the idea pretty quickly that Bwin is focusing the vast majority of its efforts on live betting and is doing its best to drive customers in exactly this direction. When there are just a couple of markets available for any given match, plenty more open up as soon as it goes live.  So it is really hardly surprising that as far as the figures are concerned, somewhere in the region of 50% of all the revenues these guys collect come by way of live betting.

    Which in turn means that if in-play betting is your thing, Bwin really is a site you should be checking out. Particularly if you happen to be into football, with more than 50 in-play betting opportunities often being made available during the bigger matches. Standard betting is covered pretty impressively to say the least, but Bwin really has built its success story about live betting.

    Slightly countering all this glory with a slight downside, Casino Papa never relishes the prospect of down-talking a brand’s customer service. With Bwin, it’s absolutely nothing to do with the team itself, who in our test we found to be nothing short of delightful and highly knowledgeable. Instead, it’s the fact that while this is one of the biggest online sports betting brands in the world, they still don’t offer 24/7 customer support. In addition, actually going through the process of looking for the answers you need via the website is a little on the frustrating side.

    A couple of quick points to finish off with – there’s a generous £30 welcome bonus offer available by way of a 100% match credit on initial deposits, there are plenty of on-going promos and the loyalty program is great. From sports merchandise to electronics and so on, regular punters have the opportunity to save up for a wide variety of goodies. And if you’re out for high-end mobile sports betting, the mobile experience via Android and iOS is as good as any we’ve come across.

    Best Features
    As already mentioned, both the site itself and the heavy focus on in-play betting represent two definite plus points in our book. In addition, one account with Bwin opens up access to a variety of other high-quality gaming assets, including a full casino, live dealer casino games and an impressive poker room.

    Putting all the pieces together, Bwin really does stand out as a market leader when it comes to live betting. Everything on offer is also impressive enough, but the fact that they still do not offer 24/7 customer support really is a little disappointing.


    • Not the largest list of betting markets available
    • Lack of 24/7 support very disappointing
    • Not the best sportsbook for those not interested in in-play betting


    • A polished site that runs brilliantly at all times
    • Huge focus on in-play betting and live action
    • Tens of thousands of betting opportunities available
    • A great mobile experience
    • Solid welcome bonus offer
    • A good loyalty program

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