Review of Bethard
It is easy to stray into a discussion about Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Bethard’s brand ambassador and co-owner, when talking about this relatively young yet ambitious gaming company but we will do our best to keep the superstar football player out of this.
Kicking off back in 2012 Bethard has managed to expand into most regulated sports betting markets that matter, created a very competent proprietary platform (which they also offer as a turnkey-solution for other operators), and last but not least given Players access to great odds and gambling products in all verticals.
The name might imply that Bethard mainly caters to sharps with deep pockets and big betting budgets, and they do, but you don’t have to be a high roller to feel right at home with Bethard. The platform offers everything that can be desired; an easy to use bet builder, a fairly generous Cash-Out function and plenty of banking methods (all free of charge). Bethard’s In-Play live offering is especially well executed on their in-house designed platform and the mobile apps available for download takes that experience to even higher levels.
Bethard’s proprietary platform gets the job done in even the fastest moving markets
Odds are provided by SBTech which means Bethard can offer competitive prices on a huge amount of events. As with many SBTech powered sportsbooks there is an extra attention to detail when it comes to American sports but Bethard does a great job adjusting their prices on European leagues to stay competitive – and although they rarely offer the best odds they are never far behind the big names.
Bethard might not be the best in terms of innovative features or available markets but they are still an excellent alternative for anyone that appreciates a clean betting interface that is easy to navigate and lets the odds to the talking.