The Sportsbook Test of Time: Website Age

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Whenever a player is evaluating an online sportsbook, the first thing that the player should look at is the betting site's rating.

However, what comes next? Is it the size of the sportsbook bonus on offer? Is it the number of sports specific markets or in-play variety?

Sportsbook Review suggests players consider the test of time: How long has the sportsbook been in operation in good standing? It may sound like a daunting task to research how long exactly hundreds of companies have been in business, which is where the sportsbook rating guide comes in handy. The rating guide shows players exactly which year the sportsbook turned on their lights.

Players can additionally filter sportsbooks by the number of years they've been online and choose from 1 year or more, 2 years or more, 4 years or more, all the way up to 10 years or more. Remember that the rating should be used in conjunction with website age; an online sportsbook may have been on the blacklist and scammed players for many years.

On the flip side of the equation, a sportsbook that has held onto an SBR rating of A or higher for many years would be among the best options for players and provide the least amount of pushback when it comes time for a withdrawal. As seasoned players know, it is not only important to be able to make a deposit in an easy manner, but also to place a withdrawal without hassle, 24/7, 365 days per year.

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