Update on Bet365 Sportsbook Profile: 2014
Bet365 Sportsbook (SBR rating A+) is continuing to invest in their state of the art in-play betting system, offering players incredibly convenient wagering options. Think of Bet365 like a traditional sportsbook on steroids: navigating Bet365 for a gambler is much akin to having a sweet tooth in a candy shop. Bet365 is now rated A+ by SBR.
Each offering is amped up to the max and fully streamlined in their best in class software.
One of the standout offerings of Bet365's in-play betting is the ability to configure your own in-play screen. Simply drag and drop which events you fancy for that particular day and have easy access to all of the updated betting markets. You can even pin a live event stream on the same page, betting multiple live events simultaneously!
As far as background information, your funds could not be safer. Bet365's owner Peter Coates is the chairman of Stoke City F.C, one of the world's richest soccer franchises. This adds peace of mind for players, as Bet365 is known for having of the most solid financial backgrounds in the online sports betting industry.
Bet365 is currently licenced by The Gambling Commission, holding licence #000875. The Gambling Commission was established under the 2005 Gambling Act as a regulator of online sports wagering in Great Britain. Additionally, the Bet365 casino and poker platform are licenced and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar.
Bet365 is also subject to arbitration from the Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS). IBAS is a third party organization which settles disputes between punters and gaming companies registered throughout the United Kingdom. Bet365 has also discussed player disputes directly with Sportsbook Review.
Snapshot of countries where live streams are available per sports league (click to download full copy)
SBR has also published a full review of Bet365 plus a website tour.
Sportsbook Review.com website tour of the Bet365 website and betting platform, conducted by SBR analysts:
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