Review of bwin
‘Betandwin’ as bwin was originally called did - like most of today’s big names in the online sports betting industry - start out in the late nineties, and the Vienna based company has attracted some 20-odd million registered users over the years. The success has come from being at the forefront of digital technology, offering an incredibly robust sports betting platform and in-house odds levels that puts many of their competitors to shame.
The main focus has since the mid 2000’s been German football, but bwin offers so much more than that. Any given day Players will find thousands of markets to bet on, but bwin’s biggest strength is not their breadth of offering as much as it is their approach to the actual betting process, especially in connection to accumulator bets; ‘Acca Sats’, ‘Acca Insurance’ and ‘Enhanced Accas’ are invaluable tools which together with their recent innovation PROTEKTOR creates a very comfortable betting environment.
To complement the above, which is mostly pre-game focused, bwin additionally puts a lot of effort into their In-Play and streaming services. This is best enjoyed through bwin’s mobile apps which are available for both iOS and Android and well worth the download if In-Play action is your game.
If you are looking for a one-stop-shop for all your gambling needs, look no further.
In 2018 the company which bwin is nowadays part of, GVC Holdings, acquired Ladbrokes and together they share roof with other giants like PartyPoker, Gala and Coral, just to name a few. A lot of gambling competence in other words, with bwin as the crown jewel in the constellation.