Sportsbook news results for the search term: BetOnline
Sportsbetting.ag (SBR rating B+) players have shared consistently positive feedback since the acquisition by BetOnline Sportsbook (SBR rating A-) in June 2012. The brand has continued to grow under BetOnline's watch with players being offered improved promotions, with the security blanket of a strong company behind the name.
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Sportsbook Review.com has released an SBR International iGaming News video for Friday, October 4, 2013. Topics include the recent launch of BetOnline Sportsbook's new mobile betting platform, as well as other outstanding sportsbook news items reported on within the SBR newswire. You may follow SBR on Twitter @SBRreview.
BetOnline Sportsbook (SBR rating A-) tells SBR that they have launched a mobile betting interface earlier today. While the old interface was said to be capable, the new platform is friendlier for smartphones from all manufacturers as well as tablets and other mobile devices. SBR has taken screenshots of the new mobile betting platform inside of this article.
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06.09.2013 (03:30 PM CST)
BetOnline Upgraded from B+ to A-
Sportsbetting.com (SBR rating B) players have submitted positive feedback. The formerly D-rated sportsbook was acquired by the BetOnline Group (SBR rating B+) in June of 2012. BetOnline saw value in the historically troubled brand and went to work on salvaging its customer base, repairing the fragmented relationship it had with many of its players.
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BetOnline Sportsbook (SBR rating B+) has completed their audit of the account holder mentioned in SBR's last report. The user's play was investigated as four other players each deposited the same amount of cash, transferred their funds to the poker room and lost their balances within 24 hours via heads up (1 vs 1) table play. The player is free to request his $25,000 balance as normal.
A BetOnline Sportsbook (SBR rating B+) player reports that his $25,000+ balance has been locked, pending a poker audit. Management tells SBR that suspicious circumstances flagged the player's account — four players each transferred $470 to the poker room following a credit card deposit, then lost their funds to the player within a 24 hour window. SBR will update this report.
In today's SBR Industry News video, SBR analysts Natalie Rydström and dispute manager Justin7 discuss the following: the recent upgrading of Sportsbetting.com (now .ag) following the BetOnline Group crediting over $30,000 to players who were cheated by old ownership, a Globet Sportsbook payout complaint, and two Betfair payout issues.
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Sportsbetting.com new ownership has credited a player who was cheated in April of 2009 by the old management. As SBR reported in June, the BetOnline Group (SBR rating B+) purchased
Sportsbetting.com (now .ag). BetOnline is in the process of clearing all outstanding payouts which were pending from the old brand.
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The Sportsbetting.com player filed his confiscation claim with SBR in March of 2011 and has confirmed with SBR that new ownership credited him with $20,000. The BetOnline Group (SBR rating B+) acquired Sportsbetting.com (now .ag) in June. BetOnline tells SBR it is in the process of clearing all delinquent and pending payouts under the old brand.
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BetOnline (SBR rating B+) and Sportsbetting.ag (SBR rating D) will be down for scheduled maintenance from 1AM to 9AM ET. Management tells SBR that the nature of the maintenance is technical, and that end-users will notice no differences as the websites come back online. Players with feedback can write to Sportsbook Review.
Multiple players have reported that their BetOnline accounts have been breached. The addition of BetOnline's poker room has been a catalyst for security issues. Twelve users have reported to SBR that their accounts were broken into. In all investigated cases BetOnline has credited players with the funds that were stolen and then laundered out through the poker platform. Three recently filed disputes are still under investigation. BetOnline has also received fake claims of hacking and has been able to prove these instances to fraudsters and Sportsbook Review. These players have been added to BetOnline's blacklist which is shared among online sportsbooks. SBR advises all players to reset their password to a random combination of numbers and letters that are not used at other websites. BetOnline states they are upgrading security features while they work to identify the source of these claims.
SBR newswoman Natalie and SBR dispute analyst Justin7 provide a sportsbook industry news update. In today's video, the recent BetOnline acquisition of Sportsbetting.ag is discussed, as well as an update on Pinnacle Sports, Bet770, BetAtHome, as well as Justin's current caseload of sportsbook disputes.
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BetOnline (SBR rating B+) has acquired majority ownership of Sportsbetting.ag (SBR rating D). BetOnline management tells SBR that with the move will come significant upgrades for Sportsbetting.ag players — better bonuses, software, and payout reliability. SBR is assembling a list of outstanding complaints against the SB.ag brand for new management to address.
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BetOnline (SBR rating B+) made the switch to the "ag." domain earlier today. Management tells SBR that it is business as usual and offered the following statement regarding the switch:
[quote]BetOnline statement: BetOnline is excited to announce that on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 they will transfer all of their accounts to the website www.BetOnline.ag. BetOnline.ag promises to offer the service expected from a highly-rated sportsbook; including the earliest basketball odds, the most generous MLB dime lines, highly-rated customer service and the biggest bonuses around.[/quote]
BetOnline is the latest of numerous sportsbooks to have made the change to a non ".com" domain.
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating F) player tells SBR that he has been waiting for an €800 for four months. BetOnline247 players have reported not being paid more than €50,000. SBR has more than fifty complaints on file from users that were not paid. The sportsbook was included in the April 16th, 2011 report "Online scams, five sportsbooks to avoid".
Operating out of San Pedro, Costa Rica, BetOnline247 claims to be regulated by government of Costa Rica. The claim is not accurate; sportsbooks in Costa Rica are not given gaming licenses nor are their sportsbooks regulated by government officials. BetOnline247 targets European customers. The sportsbook was added to the scam sportsbook blacklist by Sportsbook Review.com on May 14th, 2011.
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BetOnline has completed its audit of player four. The player's account has been reactivated and he is free to continue to play or request a withdrawal of his $65,000 balance.
BetOnline statement: "After an exhaustive and extensive investigation of the players activity we have taken the decision to honor the players claim to his winnings. As a new poker platform we believe it is essential to maintain the utmost security in our systems for the safety of our players and to conform to our regulatory obligations of our license. It's not a fast process but ultimately it is the fairest.
I appreciate the patience of you and the community at large during this process and we will be contacting the player today to let him know his account has been reactivated and he can continue to play or take a payout as per our normal processes and rules."
SBR has received complaints from four Betonline (SBR rating B+)
poker players that their payouts were on hold while they were audited for suspected chip dumping. The first dispute was resolved amicably. In the second dispute SBR has concluded, and the player has since confessed, chip dumping took place. The third dispute involves a player suspected of being part of a fraud ring. The largest case is from a player with a balance of $65,000, who has been open to review his hand history publicly.
UPDATE: The BetOnline website is back online and fully operational.
BetOnline (SBR rating B+) users report experiencing downtime. BetOnline management tells SBR that their Panamanian internet provider is experiencing temporary issues. Players are still able to enter wagers over the phone whilst the internet hiccup is sorted.
29.06.2011 (02:09 PM CST)
BetOnline247 downgraded from D- to F
29.06.2011 (02:09 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline BetOnline247 downgraded from D- to F
Four new BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) payment complaints have been reported. BetOnline247 is now slow-paying more than 45 players over €50,000. | BetOnline247 scam report
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Two new BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) complaints have been reported. Player one requested €1576 on December 18th, 2010. Player two requested €485 on February 1st. Each player was quoted a 2-30 business day time-frame. Neither player has received payment. | BetOnline247 Sportsbook history
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The Sportsbook Review Blacklist includes 1,066 sportsbooks. These online sportsbooks are the worst in the industry. The criterion to be included in this list is to carry a D- or F rating.
The worst online scam sportsbooks
#5: BetOnline247 Sportsbook (SBR rating D-)
Operating out of
San Pedro, Costa Rica, BetOnline247 claims to be regulated by the
government of Costa Rica. The claim is not accurate; sportsbooks in
Costa Rica are not subject to government regulation. The dishonest claim
is likely an attempt to sway player confidence. BetOnline247's business
model targets European clients. SBR has received 40 current payment complaints from BetOnline247 players.
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BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) complaints reach SBR mailbox. Fifteen new payment complaints were submitted from players... read more.
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BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) players report additional slow-pays. One player requested a withdrawal of €1,519 on January 29th via Moneybookers. Another BetOnline247 player deposited $100 on January 14th, receiving a 100% bonus, and increased his balance to $4,500 after fulfilling wagering requirements. He has not been paid to date. | BetOnline247 player complaints
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Four new BetOnline247 (sportsbook rating D-) payment complaints have been filed. SBR last reported on January 22nd that BetOnline247 was slow-paying seventeen players over €13,000. BetOnline247 support has provided only generic messages to players, and is currently not communicating with SBR. | BetOnline247 report
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A BetOnline247 (sportsbook rating D-) player reports payment. The player states that he received a €750 payout, along with an e-mail from BetOnline247 apologizing for the delay. Since SBR's last update which chronicled twelve BetOnline247 payout complaints, five new payment issues have been reported by players. | BetOnline247 Report
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A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player reports slow-pay. The player asked for three withdrawals of €100 on 9/12, 10/12, and 11/12. No funds have been paid by BetOnline247. The player states that his identification documents have already been approved. BetOnline247 tells players to expect their funds in 2-30 business days. The last reported payment from a BetOnline247 player was documented on SBR on December 11th. There are twelve BetOnline247 slow-pay complaints on file, with players owed a total €8,012.58.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player reports payment. On 11/30, SBR reported on six cases of BetOnline247 slow-pay. One of the players requested €1416.20 on October 20th. That player confirmed receiving payment today. In total, 11 BetOnline247 payment issues remain outstanding, with those players owed $7712.58.
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player reports a slow-pay. On October 23rd, the player requested a €418 withdrawal to Moneybookers, and has not received payment. This is the 12th report of a BetOnline247 slow-pay. BetOnline247 owes these players €9,128.78,
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) players complain of slow-pay. In total, 11 BetOnline247 players have reported that they have yet to be paid. Those players are owed a combined €8710.78. The last confirmed BetOnline247 payment was reported by SBR on 11/15. Players in need of assistance with BetOnline247 are asked to submit a sportsbook complaint form.
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A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player reports a slow-pay. On October 8th, the player asked for a withdrawal of €100 by Moneybookers. BetOnline247 told him that the payout would take from 2-30 days to be completed. SBR is following up on the complaint.
A second BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player has confirmed payment. The player asked for a withdrawal of $2,500 by Moneybookers on October 2nd. He was paid on November 15th, two weeks past BetOnline247's payment window of 2-30 days. BetOnline247 players in need of assistance are asked to submit a sportsbook complaint form.
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player has reported payment. On September 30th he asked for a withdrawal of €1018.50. BetOnline247 is currently slow-paying 5 players a total of €2,116.31.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player submits a withdrawal complaint. On October 16th he asked for a withdrawal of £106.31. BetOnline247 then required that he send a copy of his passport, which he complied with. No funds have been credited so far. BetOnline247 is slow-paying 4 other players a total of €2010. SBR last reported on a BetOnline247 payment September 15th.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) update. BetOnline247 management has addressed the 4 slow-pay complaints reported by SBR in the last month.
BetOnline247: [quote]All players are getting paid. We take from 2-30 business days based on their account history. They will all get paid.[/quote]
SBR asks that BetOnline247 elaborate as to why a player's history with the sportsbook would effect how promptly he or she was paid. SBR will update this report.
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player asked for a withdrawal of €500 on August 30th. He has not received payment to date. BetOnline247 currently is slow-paying 3 other players a total of €1510. SBR last reported on a BetOnline247 payment September 15th.
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) slow-pay complaint has been reported. On September 1st a player asked for a withdrawal of €238, and has yet to receive his funds. This is the third outstanding BetOnline247 slow-pay complaint. SBR is continuing to attempt to discuss the payout statuses with BetOnline247.
A new BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) withdrawal complaint has been reported to SBR. On September 6th a player requested €800 from BetOnline247, and has not received the funds. The payment method the player chose was Moneybookers. This is the second outstanding BetOnline247 sportsbook complaint. On September 22nd, SBR reported that a player who requested €472.80 on August 26th had not been paid.
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player submits a sportsbook complaint. In the summer of 2010 he deposited €20 via Moneybookers in exchange for a €20 registration bonus. After meeting the required 10X rollover he asked for a payout of €472.80 on August 26th. BetOnline247 has not credited the player's Moneybookers account. SBR is following up on the payment complaint.
The BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player who was the subject of SBR's September 13th sportsbook report has confirmed payment. One day after the SBR report was posted the player states that he received his €292.50 withdrawal via Moneybookers.
BetOnline247 player: [quote]I just want to thank you for pressuring betonline247, what ever you did I have received my 292.5 euro that I requested on August 21st a day after I wrote a complaint.[/quote]
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player writes to SBR that he asked for a withdrawal of €292.50 on August 21st. His Moneybookers payment request has not been filled. BetOnline247 has not yet commented on the player's payout status. Players in need of assistance or with BetOnline247 feedback are encouraged to submit sportsbook complaints.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) has denied the payout request of a player that cashed in $239 after accepting a free bet promotion from the sportsbook in 2008. BetOnline247 accumulated a number of complaints from players that had their deposits refunded and winnings left in their account. On March 6th, BetOnline247 claimed that there was a pending ownership change and afterward all complaints would be settled. As of June 23rd, BetOnline247 stated that three players who submitted sportsbook complaints received payment - one player confirming receiving only a partial payout toward his balance owed.
BetOnline247 has claimed that the $20 free bet promotion the player accepted carried a $60 funding requirement before winnings could be withdrawn. However, after their website and ownership changes BetOnline247 is unable to point to any archived promotional rules or offer made to the player in this dispute. SBR has suggested that if BetOnline247 cannot produce any evidence supporting its position, that the player be paid his $239 balance. SBR will update this report pending BetOnline247's decision.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) management has claimed that two players who wrote in that their deposits were returned and balances left in their accounts have been paid. On June 9th BetOnline247 first contacted SBR stating that its website was back on-line and that the sportsbook intended to clear all player debt. SBR is contacting both players to verify BetOnline247's claims.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) has made a partial payment of $200 to a player that had his deposit returned after requesting a withdrawal. The player initially requested $1492 from BetOnline247 on December 7th. His deposit of $225 was returned on January 14th. On June 9th, BetOnline247 management contacted SBR claiming that the site was once again operational after a period of downtime and that the sportsbook intended to settle all balances owed. SBR will update this report as more payments are made. Players that have not contacted SBR are asked to fill out sportsbook complaint forms.
BetOnline (SBR rating B+) tells SBR that they are now accepting non-US bettors. Residents of Panama, where BetOnline is headquartered, and residents of Malta are not able to open accounts.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) is back on-line. A BetOnline247 manager e-mailed SBR and claimed that the site is once again operational and that all withdrawals owed would be honored. BetOnline247 refunded several player deposits and kept winnings in their accounts. All players in need of assistance with BetOnline247 should fill out a sportsbook complaint form. SBR advises players to avoid BetOnline247 until it shows that it can pay its player debt.
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) has refunded a third player's deposit following a payout request. On December 5th a player requested a withdrawal of $508 and was instead credited back only $101 (the amount of his deposit). Following this time BetOnline247 has ignored all of the player's inquiries. This is the third instance of BetOnline247 sportsbook refunding the deposits of winning players and failing to payout their funds. BetOnline247 is operated on the Golden Star Gaming platform. SBR is following up with the software provider to confirm their business relationship with BetOnline247. BetOnline247 has ignored all SBR inquiries, and does not list a public phone number.
14.05.2010 (09:00 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline BetOnline247 - SBR initiates rating coverage at D-
14.05.2010 (09:00 PM CST)
BetOnline247 - SBR initiates rating coverage at D-
BetOnline247 (unrated) receives another payment complaint. A player requested a $600 withdrawal on February 6th and has yet to receive his funds. The player has stated that multiple e-mails sent to BetOnline247 management have went unanswered. SBR has received two previous payment complaints against BetOnline247 - two players reported having their deposits refunded after making payment requests. BetOnline247 is considered a high-risk sportsbook and should be avoided by players.
BetOnline247 (unrated) has refunded a player's deposit after a payout request was made. The player deposited $225 and increased his balance to $1267. On December 7th the player initiated a withdrawal request. BetOnline247 then refunded his deposit. This is the second reported instance of BetOnline247 refunding a deposit after a payment request. On March 6th, BetOnline247 claimed that an ownership change was pending and that winnings could not yet be paid. BetOnline247 has ignored all SBR inquiries.
On December 3rd, a BetOnline247 (unrated) player requested a withdrawal of $800. BetOnline247 paid only $72, which was the amount of the player's deposit. In ensuing discussion with the player, BetOnline247 claimed to be in the process of an ownership change and that all players were refunded deposits but would be paid in full. | BetOnline247 forum discussion
BetOnline247: [quote]We are in transition of selling the site to new owners and players will be paid. We refunded all deposited money in full to all the players.[/quote]
EasyStreet Sports (SBR rating C) has been added to the sportsbook ratings guide. EasyStreet is comprised of the same management which sold the original BetOnline to BestLine Sports in April of 2007. EasyStreet remains headquartered in the same building in San Jose, Costa Rica.
BetOnline (SBR rating B+) is experiencing website difficulties. Phone lines remain up for customer service and wagering. BetOnline has stated that the site should be up within the next 30 minutes.
18.11.2009 (02:10 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline upgraded from B to B+
29.10.2009 (11:05 AM CST)
SportsBetOnline upgraded from B- to B
21.10.2009 (11:38 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline downgraded from A- to B-
The New York Police Department today announced the indictment of BetOnline principals on gambling charges. According to news conferences held by the NYPD and the NY District Attorney, charges are largely based on evidence of cash transactions that took place in the United States, including one paid in person to a winning bettor for over $500,000. Multiple alleged agents and credit websites were also named and cited as "wire rooms" for stateside bookmaking. It is unclear if the arrests will affect BetOnline's ability to send post-up player's their funds. SBR will investigate further and monitor BetOnline's progress in sending what is expected to be a surge in withdrawals. Although highly rated sportsbooks have weathered legal problems of key individuals, players are advised to use caution as the company's position becomes clear.
(SBR rating A-) also battling website attack. Management tells SBR they are working diligently to resolve the matter and expect to have a solution in place shortly. Players may call 1-800-841-9751 for customer service, or 1-888-238-5808 for wagering or use the BetOnline LiveChat
Player will likely find other sportsbooks are fighting attacks from extortionists this weekend. The Denial of Service attacks are caused by excessive requests to a website's server which in turn leaves little or no resources for legitimate user traffic. The sportsbook's information and databases are not "hacked" or compromised. Bettors can find a list of all LiveChat links here
as well as all sportsbook phone numbers here
. SBR readers can report website downtime here
21.03.2008 BetOnline (SBR rating A-)
website experiencing technical difficulties. Online wagering is expected to be available within the the hour. Players can call 800-841-9751 for wagering and account information.
17.03.2008 BetOnLine (SBR rating A-) launches new casino.
The platform's software developers tell SBR the BetOnline
casino will compete for the title of most realistic graphics and performance.
06.02.2008 (05:32 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline AmericanFootballBetting & LasVegasBetonline - SBR initiates rating coverage at F
06.02.2008 (05:32 PM CST)
AmericanFootballBetting & LasVegasBetonline - SBR initiates rating coverage at F
Coral (SBR rating A-) adds notice that it will now grade all cricket bets that it has not offered a price for the tie or draw as no-action (voided wager).
GamblersPalace (SBR rating C) & Skytower (SBR rating C) states that it reserves the right to require users to leave bonus and deposited funds in the account for 30 days before withdrawing.
BetOnline (SBR rating A-) adds statement regarding the voiding of winnings from free-play wagers where the bettor bets on both sides of the same game.
IASbet (SBR rating B) revamps rules pages. IAS players are advised to review this page here for information relevant to his or her betting habits.
InstantActionSports (SBR rating C-) changes house limits.
BetUSA (SBR rating D+) changed rules on season win totals for NCAAF from 11 regular season games to 12 regular season games. Adds rule for baseball props regarding if a game
BetOnLine (SBR rating A-) adds rules for NCAA Football season win totals and conference championship future bets. BetOnline.com also changed the required minimum games played for baseball division wins futures from 155 to 160. Will Hill (SBR rating A) rewrites entire rules section. Players are advised to review all rules that apply to their betting style.
BetShop (SBR rating C-) cuts max win per bet by two thirds. The maximum win per bet is limited to GBP 10,000 from 30,000 or 15,000 Euro from 45,000 regardless of the stakes or the odds. GamingClubSportsbook (SBR rating C) adds fee for inactive accounts
"An administration fee equivalent to 5 sportsbook credits of such credit balance shall be levied monthly."
Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D+) management confirms with SBR
that the Jazette
Ltd. Group is now processing payouts to non-US players by Neteller. Players who have had to wait over three months have reported receiving five-figure sums in $2500 increments as recently as this morning. The Neteller option is not listed as an available transfer method on the group's websites, but owed players have been contacted by email to confirm their Neteller account number and arrange transfer. Players outside of the US and Canada who are waiting for a payout from the Sportsbook.com family may contact SBR
for assistance in arranging payment. Neteller is again seen as a viable option for many sportsbooks, such as BetOnline
(SBR rating A-), who relisted the method on their cashier page yesterday. Sportsbook.com management also stated that of the over 2000 players that experienced a one month or longer delay due to processing issues, 93 users remain. Those users, many of whom are from the March 21st batch of botched transfers, are also welcome to contact SBR for assistance.
16.07.2007 (09:58 AM CST)
SportsBetOnline <a class=ab href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/sbr/BetOnline">BetOnline</a> & BestLineSports upgraded from B+ to A-
02.07.2007 SBR’s Sports Betting Rules Monitor:
Sportsbooks react to rainout in Yankees vs. Orioles game on June 28th, 2007. For wagering purposes Baltimore was graded as a 6-4 winner despite the game being suspended in the top of the 8th due to weather with the Yankees leading 8-6. Many New York bettors requested clarification from clerks, prompting the sportsbooks to update and/or clarify wagering rules. Matchbook (SBR rating A-) updates baseball wagering rules
Matchbook adds text stating moneyline wagers on baseball games that are suspended will be graded based on the score of the last full inning, should play be halted in the top half of the inning with the home team trailing. BetOnline (SBR rating B+) clarifies baseball moneyline grading
BetOnline removes irrelevant text about the game being official for grading purposes after 8.5 (if home team is winning) or 9 innings, leaving text stating moneyline baseball bets are official after 5 complete innings or 4.5 innings if the home team is winning.
BetPlatinum (SBR rating C-) removes contradicting wording
to clarify that MLB games must go 4.5 (if home team is winning) or 5 innings to declare moneyline winner; removes text suggesting 9 innings of play is required for all grading.
SportsOffShore (SBR rating B)
, WorldWideWagering (SBR rating B)
, ClicknGamble (SBR rating D-) & JustforBettors (SBR rating D-)
each add clarification and/or examples for grading of suspended baseball games. Latest rule changes
Topcat (SBR ratign C) rules
as well as sister book, BetTrojan (SBR rating C) rules
add notation that Las Vegas policies apply for situations not covered within own rules pages.
Expekt (SBR rating B) adds "debit cards"
to list of transfer methods that may incur a deposit fee.
07.06.2007 (11:58 AM CST)
SportsBetOnline upgraded from B to B+
BestLine Sports (SBR rating B+) officially announces acquisition of BetOnline (SBR rating B). BetOnline players should not experience any migration down time as the site is already moved to the BestLine server in Panama. BLS plans to utilize the highly brandable URL in new marketing campaigns. BetOnline was formerly located in Oficentro in San Jose, Costa Rica.
16.04.2007 (12:34 AM CST)
SportsBetOnline upgraded from C to B
FootballSportsBetsOnline & ProFootballLinesAndOdds enter the SBR Rating Guide at F. Both sportsbooks are new SBR listings for no-pay scam group, EZ Sports. Players reported $5,000 in confiscated NFL future bet winnings in February from sister sportsbook EZsportsbetting (SBR rating F).
19.02.2007 (11:22 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline upgraded from C- to C
03.07.2006 (11:56 AM CST)
SportsBetOnline <A class=ab href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Search/default.aspx?Area=Site&Search=betonline&Submit2=Search">BetOnline upgraded from D+ to C-</A>
12.08.2005 (02:28 PM CST)
SportsBetOnline - SBR initiates coverage at D+
BetOnline (SBR rating D+) using stiff bookmaker Robbie Mcphail and old Apex Sportsbook customer list to solicit new players. Multiple players have complained that Robbie is again dialing for deposits; this time, on behalf of the relatively unknown BetOnline.com. The operation is about one year old and is starting its first marketing campaign. Players should be weary of a sportsbook that chooses to use an individual with a soiled reputation to launch its brand.