Bet365 is not just a great betting operator, is the leading bookmaker in the industry and that was shown again just a few nights ago, when they won the Technology and Telecoms Award for their In-Play Betting advertising innovation and of course managed again to impress everyone at the media awards. We should remind that Bet365 created an advertisement showing live odds and now this kind of advertisement has become a must in the gambling industry. They were the first to pioneer the service, and this was not lost on the awards’ judges.
Emma Winchurch-Beale, who is the President of the World Media Group and International Sales Director at the Washington Post commented on the great innovation and the huge advertising standards Bet365 has set for another time: « Through specialist technology and setting up an XML feed they were able to launch ‘In-Play betting’, enabling customers to bet on things happening during the game. The campaign was initially trialled with major football leagues in key European target areas. This strategy has resulted in bet365 becoming the world’s biggest online sports betting company, with a 32% profit rise to £478m in the year to March 2015.».
Why choose Bet365
- One of the most reliable bookmakers
- Wide range of sports and markets
- Live Streaming and Cash Out service
- Multiple Asian handicap markets
- Deposits free of charge
- Ideal for football lovers
- Excellent in play betting page
- User friendly navigation for professionals and amateurs
Whatever you might say about the leader of the worldwide bookmakers, will not be an exaggeration. A solid punter’s option, getting high ratings in almost every aspect. There’s a huge variety of in-play events to watch on the live streaming service, as they’re focused mainly on the live betting market. Bet365 have some of the best offers in the market, as well as the roll over period before withdrawal, which lasts three months. The next thing Bet365 are working on, is the introduction of a partial cash-out option and the improvement of their customer support, given that sometimes they might keep you waiting for a bit.