Moneyball is back! But not in the way we know it. The once Daily Fantasy Sports giant in Australia has rebranded as a sports betting site. Moneyball relaunched in 2021 as a mobile only sports betting site and is now offering odds on a range of sports and racing. Find out more in our Moneyball review.
Moneyball was once one of the top players in the Australian daily fantasty sports scene, as the first to introduce DFS to Australia. However an increasingly competitive space combined with the rampant effects of Covid on world sport, Moneyball made the decision to pause its offerings in April 2020. Some 12 months later, Moneyball relaunched as a mobile-only bookmaker, offering betting markets on a range of sports and branding themselves the 'home of the multi'.
One thing that Moneyball will improve on as they continue to grow in the industry is their range of betting markets. Moneyball has a solid range of sports that they offer markets on at the moment, but there are only a few markets for each individual game. For example, at the moment, there's around 20 betting markets on specific AFL or NBA games, compared to a giant like Sportsbet, which has over 200 markets on each game. Once Moneyball improves on this, they will have a solid mobile app which caters to a range of different sports lovers.
Recently, Mondayball also offered markets on thoroughbreads, harness racing and greyhounds. This was a much needed step to becoming a competitive player in the Australian industry. You can find a decent range of daily domestic racing markets, although it looks as though they are yet to introduce international racing to their offerings.
One of the more intruiging features of the new Moneyball brand is that they do not offer a desktop version of the product. To use the Moneyball sports betting site, you need to download the app, which is available on both Android and iOS devices. It is the first of the new Australian sports betting sites to adopt the mobile-only platform which has become standard in some of the newer sports betting sites to launch in the United States.
Moneyball are only in their infancy as a sports betting app, but gee they have already made a splash in terms of their promos that they offer. Obviously, we aren't allowed to give details on most of the promotions, but they are clearly visible on the home-page of their app when you sign in, and some of them are really creative. They also offer the standard same game multi and racing first three promos that have become stadard in the industry.
Moneyball's Moneyshot is a brand new, free to play game within the Moneyball betting app. Moneyshot is a free to play daily quiz where you can enter questions correctly to win bonus bets and other prizes. Formats of the quiz vary depending on the key sports that are taking place that day.
This is where Moneyball could really set themselves apart in the Australian online sports gambling scene. Their app is only a few months old but already it is one of the smoothest and most well designed we have seen from any sports betting company. Lovers of a great app interface have been left wanting since BetEasy shut their doors, but Moneyball could be the answer to our prayers.
With no desktop site being available, it's clear that the team at Moneyball have put a lot of work into perfecting the app. Although you can be left wanting a bit with some of their offerings, you won't have any issues navigating the app or any frustrations with it's seamlessness. The app is available on both iOS and Android devices.
Moneyball do not currently have a customer support phone number, however, they have one of the best live chat features in the market. Because they don't offer live betting, all of their real time efforts go into supporting customers via Live Chat through their mobile app.
Unfortunately, no. Due to recent legislation in Australia, sports betting sites are no longer allowed to offer sign up bonuses and incentives for customers. This includes sign up promotions and first deposit bonuses.
Due to the laws stated in the question above, sports betting agencies are no longer allowed to offer sign up promo codes for incentives. However, be sure to sign up to recieve promotional emails/texts from Moneyball, as they are regularly running promotions for pre-exsisting customers.
Signing up for an account at Moneyball couldn't be easier. Simply click any of the images in this review to be taken directly to the Moneyball sign up page. From there, it's as easy as entering a few details and selecting how much, if any, you'd like your first deposit to be.
Sports betting sites in Australia are no longer allowed to advertise their promotions to non-registered users, so it's hard to be specific about what types of promotions Moneyball offer. However, you can be sure they have a revolving door of both daily and seasonal promotions on offer for customers, which can be found via the 'promotions' tab on their mobile app after you've signed up.
Sign up bonuses are a thing of the past, but there are still multiple ways to minimise your losses at Moneyball. There are regular promotions that provide extra value for customers. Just sign up and create an account to gain access.
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