Compare Online Sportsbooks Using the SBR Rating Guide
Sports bettors shopping for a new sportsbook to call home can compare sportsbooks head-to-head or apply a wide variety of filters using the sportsbook rating guide. This simplifies the shopping experience and gives players the option to use Amazon style filters when reviewing what matters to them.
The rating guide includes data on the countries accepted at each company, bonus incentives tied to creating a new account, the cashier choices for making a deposit or requesting a withdrawal, and many other betting specific features that add to user experience. The reality is not all sportsbooks are created equal, so in addition to the list of sportsbooks along with their features, an SBR rating is assigned to rank companies from best to worst.
A to A+ is reserved for the best of sportsbooks.
B to B+ are very good sportsbooks.
C to C+ are sportsbooks that have dealt with a higher than average rate of player complaints, or sportsbooks with very few years under their belt.
D to D+ sportsbooks have issues with customer service, payments, wagering disputes, and should be avoided.
D- to F sportsbooks are part of the worst sportsbook blacklist.
For detailed reviews on the industry's top sportsbooks, including those voted as top five betting sites by SBR Forum members, visit the best sportsbooks directory.