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Sportsbet Betting Review

Sportsbet is an Australian online bookmaker headquartered in Melbourne. Established in 1993, Sportsbet, which was Australia’s first licensed bookmaker, has continued to be among the industry-leading online sportsbooks in the world. The company was acquired by Paddy Power in 2010 and has since been owned by the Paddy Power Betfair group since 2016.

Our Sportbet rating
  • User-Experience User-Experience
  • Wagering Menu Wagering Menu
  • Mobile Betting Mobile Betting
  • In-Play Betting In-Play Betting
  • Player Rewards Player Rewards
  • Deposit/Withdrawals Deposit/Withdrawals
  • 100% Welcome Bonus up to $501
  • No Transaction Fees
  • Multiple Sports to Bet on
  • Slow Wagering Process Time
Sportbet Bonus
30% Bonus features several intriguing promo offers for its customers, but none more enticing than the Welcome Bonus, as the sportsbook will match first wagers up to $501.

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Sportsbet Betting Canada

Unfortunately, Canada is among the long list of countries restricted from using’s online sports wagering services. However, the bookmaker is still open to users in Australia, United States, Europe, Great Britain and New Zealand. Sportsbet has a wide range of sports to place bets on, but primarily focuses on international sports such as Australian football.

  • User-Experience Ratings

    User-Experience Ratings

    If you’re looking for simplicity when placing wagers on your favourite sporting events, then Sportsbet is just the right place for you. Its desktop user interface is clean and allows customers to navigate with ease. It’s a three column layout with the sports listed on the left-hand side of the page, markets and odds in the centre and the betting slip on the right side. When clicking on a sport, a drop down menu will appear to display specific professional leagues. For instance, if a customer selects soccer, a menu will appear that will give the user options on choosing leagues such as EPL or La LIga. When visiting the sportsbook’s website, users will notice a menu in the top right-hander corner that allows them to register for a new account or just check out the amazing bonus offers on the website.

  • Wagering Menu Ratings

    Wagering Menu Ratings has a wide selection of sporting events to choose from, but the bookmaker’s bread and butter is Australian rules football. Somewhat similar to rugby, Aussie football is a contact sport played between two teams of 18 players on an oval-shaped field. It is Australia’s official sport, which is why bettors have made it the top-betting sport in the country. The website lists its odds in decimal format and odds are clearly marked in the middle of the page next to each matchup. Depending on the sport, odds that will be displayed include moneyline, point spread and over/under. It is important to keep track of your betting slip on the right side of the page. From there, you will be able to place your bets and cash out if you win big.

  • Mobile Betting Ratings

    Mobile Betting Ratings

    Whether you’re on a business trip or on vacation with the family, customers can take Sportsbet’s sportsbook along with them. Sportsbet has an award-winning mobile platform that customers continue to use on a daily basis. Available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices, users can download the Sportsbet application and enjoy the same services provided on the desktop version. Bettors can place wagers, deposit and withdraw funds, and betting history with just a few swipes of the screen. Much like the desktop layout, the mobile interface is user-friendly and easy to navigate, allowing customers to place bets and perform other actions without any difficulties. Keep in mind only customers based in the countries mentioned above will be able to download the app from the Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store.

  • In-Play Betting Ratings

    In-Play Betting Ratings

    Australia has a strict law for interactive gambling, which prevents Sportsbet from offering in-play options for its customers online. However, that doesn’t mean Australians and other customers able to tap into Sportsbet’s services can’t place in-play wagers. If bettors want to place a bet in real time while an event is in progress, they must call Sportsbet’s customer service line in order to do so. It is not as convenient as going online and doing everything yourself, but at least it is an in-play option for users. Customers will still be able to follow all the action online as Sportsbet displays in-play games in real time. Scores and betting lines are updated as the game or event goes along, but be sure to leave yourself some time to call in your wager. Otherwise, users may lose the opportunity to get in on the bet and the chance to cash in on big payouts.

  • Player Rewards Ratings

    Player Rewards Ratings

    Sportsbet’s most enticing promotion is the Welcome Bonus where it matches first deposits up to $501. However, the bookmaker also has other intriguing promotions for its customers. If you’re a horse racing betting enthusiast, Sportsbet’s world-class racebook is what you’re looking for. New users can receive a Welcome Bonus on first bets up to $150. There is also the popular Saturday Racing Special, where bettors can earn up to $50 cash back if their horse runs second or third in specific races. Of course, Sportsbet has other bonus offers, which can be easily found in the top right-hand second of the page. Customers can click the More Promotions link, which will direct them to the top offers at that time. Sportsbet includes more offers with specific events such as the Super Bowl.

  • Deposit/Withdrawals Ratings

    Deposit/Withdrawals Ratings

    Bettors don’t like wait times when either placing a wager or withdrawing money from their account. It is often the deciding factor for gamblers when looking for a new sportsbook to use. Sportsbet takes care of its customers in both regards as there are no transaction fees for users when depositing and, more importantly, taking money out of their account. The only time Sportsbet may charge a transaction fee is for an international electric funds transfer. Of course, there are many payment methods offered at Sportsbet, including Visa, Mastercard and PayPay. A minimum deposit of $5 is required to place a wager. Sportsbet also sets a daily maximum win of $500,000 unless otherwise negotiated. For sports and horse racing bets, the maximum limit depends on the event and type.