Redbet has been around since 2004, but in the last few years, many things have changed for the better. Since 2018 the brand is part of the William Hill group. The management has switched to the Kambi platform, updating the sports betting offering and the look & feel of the website. Redbet keeps on walking down the road of the regulated markets, even if that means that their reach is smaller due to the restrictions. The odds have been massively improved and the winning limits are huge. At the same time, the addition of many local payment methods and in general, the investment in localization gives them more points. The same goes to the quick withdrawals. On the other hand, I find unacceptable the lack of sports promotions and I am troubled by the low payout on live betting. Otherwise, Redbet is among the safest and most stable choices and especially three-digit players should give it a go.