Bwin sports first launched their betting site online back in 1999. At then they were known as Bet and Win, which later merged into Bwin. Since then, they have grown to become a real powerhouse in the sports betting industry, and houses over one million active players.
Odds and betting markets
Bwin is the biggest betting site on the market, which you can tell when you step into their odds-section. Like on most other betting sites, football is the most well covered sport. You’ll find Bwin odds for football from more than 500 different leagues world-wide. Most focus is of course on the major European leagues, such as La Liga, Premier League, Champions League and Europa League. Odds for lower league matches are also available of course. Even odds for those matches come up on the site as early as three days prior to the match – which is of course great.
In total, Bwin cover 90 different sports – and offer around 30,000bets daily. The sports include popular betting sports such as basketball and tennis, but also cricket, rugby and other sports.
Offers and campaigns
The site offer their players tailored Bwin promotions from time to time. These promotions includes increased odds on selected games, back-up odds and other great stuff. That way, all of their existing players can get Bwin bonuses as a reward for their loyalty.
If you’re new to the Bwin betting site, you’ll get a welcome bonus when you sign up. The bonus you get is a Back-up bet, which will give you money back in the form fo a freebet. In order to take part of it, all you need to do is to place a sports bet of up to £10 at the odds of 1/1 or higher. If your bet would lose, Bwin will give you a £10 money back as a freebet.
Bwin has an entire section in the sports tab dedicated to live betting. There you’ll find live in play odds for both football, tennis, basketball, formula 1, darts and table tennis. If you click the “live now” menu in the top left corner of the page, you will find which matches are currently unfolding.
When betting on in-play events, you can play on both results and on specific sections of a match. You can bet on the next player to score a goal, which team will get the next free kick and so on. There are loads of opportunities when you play on live events!
One thing that is a huge plus when it comes to live betting at Bwin, is the fact that they offer Cash Out on all live events. That way, you can close your bet early if it looks like your bet is going to hit. In that case, close your bet, take your cash, and don’t risk losing your bet later on in the match.
Live streaming at Bwin
The live betting at Bwin doesn’t stop at the betting itself. Bwin takes the live section to another level by offering live streaming to their players. That way, you can place a bet on a match and follow it live as it’s being played.
The Bwin livestream gives you top-class sports straight to your computer, phone or tablet. It doesn’t matter when or where – live streaming is always available at Bwin!
Bet from your phone
Bwin wants you to always be close to the action, and that’s why they offer their services in your phone as well. You can choose to either play in your mobile browser, or to download the Bwin sports app. If you prefer to use your phone’s browser, simply head over to bwin.com and use the site just as you would on your computer.
The other option is to download the Bwin Sports Betting app. The app allows you to stay close to the action, and you can access the biggest sports betting line-up in a matter of seconds. In the app you’ll find live betting as well as sports betting, and you’ll get personalized alerts. Getting the app is a great way to never miss out on anything!
Deposits and withdrawals
One of Bwin’s strengths is the wide range of deposit methods they offer. You can complete all transaction with VISA or Mastercard, but there’s also a huge number of other credit cards and e-wallets available for use. Neteller, Paypal, Paysafecard, Skrill and Ukash are some of the available options.
The transactions usually take place in between 3-5 bank days, depending on which method you’re using. Some of the deposit/withdrawal methods does come with transferring fees, so make sure to read the terms before making a transfer. We don’t want you to get any unpleasant surprises!