Welcome to our Winnersbet review! WinnersBet is a brand new bookmaker in the Australian market and is fully owned and operated here in Australia. If you’re a fan of supporting local businesses, then an account at WinnersBet is a must. See our full review of Winnersbet here!
WinnersBet is a fully Australian owned, operated and licensed bookmaker that launched in Melbourne in June of 2020. All bets for WinnersBet are accepted on behalf of Da He, who has over a decade of experience in the industry through Sportsbet, Bet365 and ClassicBet.
Da He is a member of the Victorian Bookmakers Association, which guarantees payment of all winning bets placed under the WinnersBet banner.
As you’d expect from a brand new company without the man power of some of the bigger Australian bookmakers, WinnersBet’s main weakness at the moment is their range of markets, particularly on sporting events. For example, if you were to load up the markets for an NBA game at Sportsbet, you’d find over 200, whereas at WinnersBet, there is just five.
It’s not exactly the same case in racing. If you’re a racing enthusiast than you’ll probably have no trouble using WinnersBet as your main bookmaker. They have all of the standard markets like win/place, quinella, exacta, trifecta, first four and quaddies available at all of the Australian race meets and some international.
WinnersBet is largely no fuss betting. They don’t have a lot of standout features on their website apart from a pretty solid rewards point system. Punters will earn rewards points for every dollar they deposit and bet and these rewards points can be redeemed for bonus bets to use on the site. 200 rewards points are equal to $1 in bonus bets.
WinnersBet also features quality horse racing products such as Best Tote and Protest Payout.
Users will also receive daily offers accredited to their account. These can be used on odds in racing markets.
If you’re experienced in the Australian online gambling scene then the WinnersBet website interface won’t be new to you. They employ the tried and tested GenerationWeb 132 platform, which has been successfully integrated within the likes of TopSport, EliteBet, PlayUp and SouthernCrossBet.
The website features the standard three-panel setup that is seen in most online agencies these days, with the sport and racing menu on the left, the markets in the middle and the bet slip on the right. WinnersBet has nice, clear and easy to see menu options that will quickly point you in the right direction.
Unfortunately, WinnersBet don’t have a mobile app at the moment. However, their mobile browser version of the website is extremely easy to use and a link to the website can be created for your homepage by going to the website and then going to your browser settings.
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