Bwin Review & Free Bet
Here is another example of an Austrian sports betting company that has made their way to the top of the pile. Bwin celebrates their 20th birthday this year and a lot of has happened in the last two decades; including a merger, as well as them attaining and offering various other products like a casino, poker, games and even a live casino.
It hasn’t always been easy for Bwin and they started off with only 12 employees all those years ago and have now worked their way up the ladder to having over 1500 people helping them conduct their business procedures and in a total of 19 different languages.
Website – Layout & Interface:
The layout at Bwin is clear and methodical, meaning that if you have some prior knowledge to sports betting sites before this; you will almost certainly have an easy time finding your way around. Players will immediately notice the colour scheme that Bwin has opted for which is one of the more darker ones that we have seen, being made up of black and shades of grey with splashes of yellow throughout.
The brands logo can be located in the top left hand corner of the page and adjacent to this is the menu that players will be using to traverse the different products that can be found here, such as their virtual sections as well as casino, poker and live casino. On the right of this menu is the signup and login section, depending on whether you are a new or returning customer and directly below this is where players can locate their Bwin bet slip.
Underneath the Bwin logo is a smaller menu which contains some relevant sections to their sportsbook, such as a link to the in-play console, mobile, promotions and any challenges that they might have ongoing.
Down the left hand side of the homepage is where players are going to be able to find a “Top Football” tab, this is a list that has been compiled of all of the most popular aspects of the sport as well as heavily browsed leagues and competitions in an attempt to save the player time. Below is a favourites tab, here you can add your favourite sports, teams or events and further down is a comprehensive list of all of the different sports that players can expect to bet on, at Bwin.
There is definitely zero shortage of things to do at Bwin and if we start by comparing their sport markets, this is something that is in abundance from the get-go. Players will be able to bet on anything from Football, Basketball, Cycling, Darts, Golf, Rugby Union, Ice Hockey, Baseball, American Football, Aussie Rules, Beach Volleyball, Boxing, Cross Country Skiing, Politics, Rally, Snooker, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, Handball, Formula 1, Motorbikes, Rugby League, Cricket, Alpine Skiing, Athletics, Bandy, Biathlon, Chess, Entertainment, Pool, Ski Jumping and Speedway.
As you can tell from the above, a plethora of different sport markets and having investigated a little further, we can tell you that their betting markets are more than up to scratch and players can find some of their favourites, like Half-Time/Full-Time, Handicaps, Both Teams to Score, Draw No Bet, Number of Goals, 1X2, Correct Score, Total Goals Odd/Even, Team to Win Both Halves, Half-Time Result, Run of Play and countless more.
Welcome Bonus & Promotions:
Bwin awards any players who start their journey off by signing up and creating a new account with a favourable welcome bonus that comes in the shape of a 100% matched deposit bonus on amounts up to £20. To take full advantage of this, you will be better off by depositing the full £20 and will end up with a full £40 to play around with, at your own leisure.
Once you are through the honeymoon period, there is still plenty in store for you at Bwin and you can sink your teeth into their accumulator madness offer, 5 fold accumulator insurance, accumulator enhancers, cash out features, as well as having the chance to receive a free £5 bet each week with Bwins squad promotion.
By heading over to live betting at the top of the page, you are then directed through to Bwin’s in-play console. The console is simple to use yet contains all of the fantastic features that you would expect. It comes with a blistering amount of sport markets, such as Football, Tennis, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Handball, Table Tennis, Beach Volleyball, Volleyball, Cricket and Baseball.
Mobile & Tablet:
If you enjoy betting on your favourite sports but wish there was a way to do so from your mobile or tablet; you will be pleased to know that Bwin has your interests covered with their fantastic sports betting application that can be found on both the iTunes store and downloaded from their website. The app incorporates all of the good features from the desktop and has been presented in a lightweight state of the art application, that is sure to appease any fan of playing whilst on the move.
One thing that you can count on, at Bwin, is to have plenty of different payment methods that are accepted. These include traditional methods such as MasterCard, Visa and Maestro, but here is where Bwin come into their own and it’s because they have embraced the e-wallet movement and accept a huge array of them, ranging from PayPal, Neteller, Moneta, iDeal, GiroPay, Paysafecard, Skrill, Trustly, WebMoney and many more. For the full list, you can check on their website.
The customer support department at Bwin is one of the better ones we have seen and players can get in touch via email, telephone, live chat and even post, if you prefer it. Response times are great and the members of staff are both helpful and knowledgeable.
Overall, Bwin are definitely a sportsbook that you should be considering, they have already made a name for themselves in the industry and this is due to how well they have conducted business in the 20 years that they have operated. They have a stunning amount of sport markets and we but their betting markets to the test and found only positive things. When you start looking at the intricacies, they really start to shine and this is why we recommend that you at least give them a fair trial and see what they are all about.