Spreadex was the first bookmaker to provide both a fixed-odds and a spread betting section on the same platform. Due to the fierce competition against its main rival, Sporting Index, Spreadex is constantly looking for new ways to improve the betting experience. Besides holding a UKGC and FCA license I like that the bookie has added live streaming for the top sporting events as well as Bet Builder, Cash Out and Fast Markets features. It also offers a vast variety of markets monthly, both pre-match (100,000+) and live (25,000+). There is no minimum deposit and no maximum winning limit. In addition, mobile apps come in both Android and iOS versions and are really easy to navigate. However, I noticed that the overall payout of 94% in the fixed-odds zone is downright average for such an experienced bookmaker. The fact that there are no alternative handicap options in tennis is notable. I would also like to see e-wallets integrated into the site as well as the number of local payments accepted to increase. Overall, any punter who enjoys sports spread betting will discover that has the best the market can offer.