Sportsbook news results for the search term: betrevolution
04.08.2013 (06:41 PM CST)
BetRevolution Sportsbook downgraded from D+ to D-
04.08.2013 (06:14 PM CST)
BetRevolution Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) released a public statement an hour ago justifying their decision to confiscate $26,908 from two players accused of syndicate betting. The players, friends who
maintained balances of $22,908 and $4,000, wagered $500 or less on all
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04.03.2013 (01:50 PM CST)
BetRevolution Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) has confiscated $26,908 from two players citing syndicate betting. A third player was also alleged as being part of the betting group, though this player was previously paid in full. BetRevolution and the players have authorized Sportsbook Review to share the facts of the case.
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11.26.2012 (05:00 PM CST)
Earlier today, SBR reported on a BetRevolution (SBR rating D+) NFL betting dispute. A punter had his wager voided rather than settled, with a generic e-mail note indicating that such cancellations are normally attributable to pricing mistakes. SBR verified that the bet was in-line with the market prior to closing, and approximately 20¢ behind at kick-off.
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11.26.2012 (10:10 AM CST)
A BetRevolution (SBR rating D+) player submits an NFL betting dispute. The player made a first half wager on the New York Giants, priced at -130, for $650. The bet was placed at 7:55PM, approximately 35 minutes before kick-off. The player claims that after the first half wager had been decided, his wager was cancelled with a generic note from BetRevolution.
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07.23.2010 (04:36 PM CST)
BetRevolution - SBR initiates rating coverage at D+
07.23.2010 (03:04 PM CST)
BetRevolution (SBR rating D+) has been added to the SBR rating guide. On July 9th SBR reported that forum readers were discussing the sportsbook. SBR has completed a preliminary review of BetRevolution. BetRevolution claims that the company is located in Antigua while their servers are housed in Costa Rica. However, in addition to BetRevolution, the domain '
is also located on the same web server.
is a coffee supplier located in Costa Rica. BetRevolution management did not directly comment on this outside business and failed to provide any additional information in a planned e-mail followup to SBR's telephone interview. The BetRevolution marketing department is operated and managed in Canada. BetRevolution's introduction into online gaming forums was not without incident as the following two situations tarnished the perception readers had of the relatively unknown sportsbook.
1. BetRevolution operated a knock-off odds site called ShowMeOdds.com. The site used the same logo and displayed some of the same information as ShowMeTheOdds.com. After SBR inquired during its conference call with BetRevolution, BetRevolution first denied any knowledge of the ripoff site before SBR shared that it learned the site was being hosted on the same web server as BetRevolution. A member of BetRevolution management could not confirm the extent of the relationship with the site but stated that he would inquire with ownership. BetRevolution did not followup on the item with SBR as planned, and the site has since been taken off-line.
2. BetRevolution displayed a license on its website to an "Antiguan Gaming Commission". Forum readers at the Eye On Gambling website, where BetRevolution now advertises, were able to determine that the claim was false by contacting the Directorate of Offshore Gaming in Antigua to confirm the licensing agreement. The DOGA allegedly stated that no applications were submitted for the domain BetRevolution.com, and thus no such license existed.
BetRevolution addressed the situation by downplaying the matter as an honest mistake and that they were in the process of acquiring a license, despite the fact that on a blog designed to promote the BetRevolution brand, a fake license number was provided next to the Antiguan Gaming Commission logo.
BetRevolution: [quote]...we want to clearly state that we do not have an active gaming license with the Antiguan gaming commission. We recognize the value and confidence that such statement brings to the gaming community and now in retrospective to the EOG Forum. This is why we have made all the necessary arrangements, not only to have part of our operations located in Antigua, but also to be an applicant of such recognition.
It was our honest mistake and fault to have indicated in our content that we've already been granted with such license.[/quote]
Players are advised to proceed with extreme caution when choosing to play at any newly opened sportsbook, and can always write to SBR with feedback or for dispute assistance.
07.09.2010 (11:41 AM CST)
SBR readers discuss BetRevolution (unrated). SBR is in the process of gathering information about BetRevolution; a sportsbook that came online in December of 2009. BetRevolution has developed proprietary software for its sportsbook, and is in the process of launching a casino that is licensed from the Cross Media Group. The company was founded in Antigua, and has its servers located in Costa Rica. Players who have used this sportsbook are asked to contact SBR with feedback. As with all new sportsbooks, players are advised to use extreme caution.