The WagerWeb brand has been around since 2004 but the history of the company goes back much further. In 1997 they were a small sportsbook trading out of Aruba before switching licenses to Costa Rica and naming themselves BetCBS.
They rebranded a few years later and that relatively long history helps to make WagerWeb a trusted brand in today’s market. They are also US friendly so expect to find some great odds on NFL, MLB and other sports that are popular in North America.
WagerWeb Bonus Review
For every deposit new customers are eligible for a bonus of 20% up to $1000. Deposit + either bonus or bonus winnings must meet the rollover requirements (4x) corresponding to the bonus you received before any funds can be withdrawn from the account.
WagerWeb have a choice of welcome offers: The higher you go, the more times you will have to rollover but you can choose to start in a more modest way with the Elite Bonus. With this promo, you get a 10% cashback plus 15% free play and you only have to rollover 8 times. In addition, there is a 1% loyalty programme which is awarded every Monday.
From there, you could choose the High Roller which has 20% bonus and 30% free play with a 10 x rollover or the High Bonus Special with 50% cash, 75% free play and a 15 x rollover requirement. Loyalty schemes apply to all these bonuses and there is an additional deal which offers $25.00 in free in-play bets so you can see that this is an innovative bookie that looks after both new and existing customer.
As a bookmaker who accepts players from the US, WagerWeb focuses quite heavily on sports such as American Football, Baseball, Basketball and Ice Hockey. However, these events are popular across the world so wherever you are based, it’s worth signing up here.
There are other markets too in a full list which reads as follows,
American Football, Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Cycling, NASCAR, Boxing, MMA.
Both professional and college sports are quoted for so the range of events is a decent one. Betting in play is also available and in most markets, WagerWeb can comfortably compete with some of the more established names.
Funding options are a little limited at Wagerweb and the best option for most customers is to use any of the major debit cards. Otherwise, you can use a check but obviously there is a delay with this and wire transfers are restricted in terms of the maximum amount you can send.
Moneygram and Western Union are available but there are fees related to this which could range between $50 and $80. Clearly, until such time as e-wallets can be introduced, the debit card route is the best bet.
There is a live help option which can be accessed by hitting the Contact button at the top left of the home page. This is probably your best method as there is a potentially confusing choice of phone numbers which relate to different enquiries.
An e-mail address isn’t readily available but Live chat is fast and friendly and should answer all your queries.
When you cater for the US market it’s understandable that you want to make a big deal of it and that’s exactly what WagerWeb have done here. The list of sporting events could be bigger but we all know that North American sports are hugely popular and there are few better bookies in our bookmaker reviews when it comes to great odds on these matches.
WagerWeb are also a trusted brand with nearly 20 years of experience and with a choice of welcome offers, it’s a good time to register an account.
- Choice of generous welcome offers
- Guaranteed next day payouts
- Competitive prices in the US sporting markets
- List of sporting markets could be wider
- Limited list of funding options
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