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10.08.2013 (02:23 PM CST)
WagerUp Sportsbook downgraded from D+ to D-
A WagerUp Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) player has reported being slow-paid. He requested $800 of his $4,161 balance on July 1st. According to email correspondence provided by the player, WagerUp pinned the blame on third party processors and has made a number of inaccurate statements suggesting the player would be paid by a given date.
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WagerUp Sportsbook (SBR rating C) management has addressed the dispute reported by SBR on January 15th. A player claimed that after clearing 40% of his 30X rollover, his limits were slashed to $50 maximum and that he was denied the option of having his bonus winnings prorated. He then said his account was closed. WagerUp disagrees with the facts of the player's claim.
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Sportsbook Review.com provides an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, January 15th, 2012. In today's show, a WagerUp Sportsbook (SBR rating C) sportsbook bonus dispute is discussed, as well as other outstanding items that are being investigated by SBR news analysts. To submit show feedback, you may comment via email to VideoNews@sportsbookreview.com.
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UPDATE: BTG Global management has addressed this dispute. BTG has clarified that the player's statement of having limits from $22-$82.50 is false. The player was limited after being profiled as a non-recreational bettor, and given the following limits: $200 for NBA straight, $100 ML & total, as well as $75 NCAAB straight, $50 ML & total. BTG states the player is 21% of the way through his current rollover, and is able to continue playing or accept a prorated portion of his bonus winnings.
A WagerUp (SBR rating C) player writes in with a bonus dispute. The player deposited $200 and received a 100% (30x RO) cash bonus. The player claims his first wager was a winning two-team parlay. The player also claims that WagerUp lowered his limits to $30 for parlays and between $22-$82.50 for straight bets. The player still must meet almost $9,500 in rollover with these revised limits. The player asks that he either receive a refund of his deposit + all winnings derived from the bonus, or that WagerUp restore reasonable account limits. SBR is following up on this sportsbook complaint.
WagerUp.eu is part of the BTG Global gaming family. BTG Global N.V. is licensed in Curacao and powers sportsbooks Dimeline (SBR rating C), VIP Sports.eu (SBR rating C), as well as SafariCasino and BetTheGlobe. WagerUp was assessed with an initial rating of C on February 11th, 2012.
WagerUp (SBR rating C) has been added to the SBR sportsbook ratings guide. WagerUp is part of the BTG Global gaming family. The sportsbook holds a gaming sub-license in Curacao and runs its marketing out of Canada. Management tells SBR that the sportsbook came online Thursday and targeted this weekend for a soft launch.
On November 3rd, 2011, SBR reported that VIPSports.eu (SBR rating C) was the latest licensee of the BTG Global group. VIPSports.eu is operated by a former manager of defunct, long-time industry bookmaker VIP Sports (SBR rating B-).
Players with feedback from playing with the BTG Global group are asked to write to SBR.
11.02.2012 (01:30 PM CST)
WagerUp - SBR initiates rating coverage at C