Bwin bookmaker summary information table
Betandwin was founded in Austria back in 1997. It initially had just 12 employees and it targeted the local market with sports betting offers. The business grew over the next few years and then held an IPO on the Austrian Stock Exchange in March 2000. The following year it acquired Simon Bold in Gibraltar, launched an online casino alongside its sports betting product, and began rolling out its services around the world. It expanded into online poker in 2004, and then acquired Betoto.com in 2005.
The business rebranded as Bwin in 2006 in order to better reflect the diverse array of gaming options it provided. Further acquisitions followed, including Gioco Digitale in Italy. In April 2011, it completed a takeover of British firm PartyGaming, creating the world’s largest publicly traded online gaming firm. The merged company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Sportingbet owner GVC Holdings acquired Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment for £1.1 billion in 2016 after prevailing in a bidding war with rival 888 Holdings.
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Since the acquisition, Bwin.Party has returned to growth after several years of falling sales. GVC Holdings then bought Ladbrokes Coral in 2017, creating one of the world’s largest gaming firms amid a raft of mergers and acquisitions in the industry. GVC Holdings continues to operate Bwin as a brand. Its main markets are Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and Belgium, but it is present in many more markets around the world. Bwin has sponsored a number of famous soccer clubs, including Real Madrid, AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Man Utd, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla and Villarreal.
Bwin offers one of the longest lists of deposit methods you are ever likely to see. The website is available all over the world, so the list of deposit options varies depending on where you are based. Visa, MasterCard and Maestro are all options, alongside popular e-wallets like Skrill, Neteller and ecoPayz. It accepts bank wire transfers via a number of providers, plus all manner of niche methods, such as Diners Club Card, Sofort, Trustly, PaySafeCard, GiroPay and Qiwi, alongside regional methods like Moneta, EPS and Todito, and universal methods like Apple Pay and PayPal.
The minimum deposit is £10 or €10 at this gambling site. The maximum amount depends on the payment option you choose and where you are based. There is no official upper limit, so high rollers can contact customer service to discuss large deposits. A member of the sportsbook customer support service team will be happy to help. All deposits are free and most should arrive instantly. Bwin is a safe, reliable operator, with no history of payments failing to arrive.