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Winner sportsbook

With every day, competition gets more and more intense in the online sports betting branch, as more and more competitors enter the market trying to attract new customers. In order to keep up with the best bookies, aspiring companies need to offer nothing but the best. Winner is one of the latest additions to the online sports betting industry, and we have put this bookmaker to the test for another of our bookie reviews here at livetipsportal. Whether you want learn about the registration procedure at Winner, the bookie’s various payment options for deposits as well as withdrawals, or about the range of the offer regarding sports and betting options – we have all the details you need to know about. Enjoy the ride!

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Sign-up at winner.com 

The first step to be taken before you can start placing your first bets is the registration procedure. Creating your account at Winner is fairly straightforward and not very time-consuming as it will only take you between 2 to 5 minutes to fill in the registration form. Most importantly, you need to create a password which ought to be as safe as possible. Apart from that, the registration form mainly consists of the usual fields including address, name and username, and your phone number.

In order to be able to wager you first need to make a deposit into your newly created account. Winner offers a high total of 20 different payment options for depositing. These include, for instance, credit cards (Master Card, Visa) as well as eWallet systems such as Neteller or Skrill. However, PayPal services cannot be used for making deposits at Winner. Nonetheless, the broad range of options should satisfactory to most punters.   


Usability of winner.com

Once the first deposit has been made, you can start betting. Whether the betting procedure is actually fun is mainly dependent on the site’s usability. A complex and overhauled design can cause confusion as well as a long page load time, which in turn can impede the betting – especially when it comes to in-play betting. Our verdict on Winner is a bit ambiguous in that regard. Visually, the page appears to be a bit too flashy and overcharged with images. However, despite the complexity of the design, the content of the site is well-structured and you can easily keep track of where you are. Apart from footy action, the bookie’s front page also includes in-play offers as well as other sports such as tennis, snooker, ice hockey and golf. In our test it only took us 3 clicks to place a bet on a match in the English Premier League, which is quite remarkable.    

Apart from the regular sports betting and in-play action, bettors can also try their luck in the Casino at winner.com. The sports betting offers can be found in the navigation bar on the left-hand side as well as upcoming live events, which you can preselect. While the content of the site is well-structured, the design itself is not quite state-of-the-art. Overall, it’s fairly easy to find one’s bearings at Winner, which is probably the most important aspect, especially when it comes to live betting.

Once you have decided whether you want to go for Double(s) and Treble(s), a Trixie, or a patent bet (7 bets) for multiple bets placed on your bet slip, you can ultimately place your bets. 

Language selection at winner.com

It appears that Winner had to make some cuts in their translation department as the bookie offers its services in only 6 different languages. Apart from German and Russian, the site is available in Russian, Swedish, and Greek as well as in Chinese. If you’re not from any of these countries, the English version should still do as the terminology is fairly easily comprehensible. 

The sportsbook at Winner

The sportsbook, i.e. the range of events offered, is every online bookie’s centrepiece. A solid range of events and breadth as well as depth of the offer make the betting a lot more interesting and allow you to implement potential betting strategies as well as to test your knowledge of the game. For a fairly young competitor in the sports betting industry, Winner makes quite a positive impression in that regard. Punters can choose from 24 different sports, and especially football fans will get their money’s worth, as the depth of the offer is significant in that regard. Winner offers events from 15 different countries and competitions respectively. In England, for instance, you can choose from events from the Premier League to the Conference Premier and in various cup competitions from the prestigious FA Cup to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Furthermore, you can bet on Under-21 league football.

Apart from the ‘usual suspects’ such as Serie A, the Premier League, and the Bundesliga, Winner also offers specialties outside the mainstream, for instance the Moroccan Botola Pro league, or the Egyptian Premier League. As far as betting options are concerned, Winner also did not fail to impress us with an average of about 100 different betting options for games in Europe’s top leagues.    

As far as the sportsbook is concerned, the bookie definitely left us with a positive impression and surely can keep pace with the top bookies in the branch.

In the best-case scenario, you win all the bets you’ve wagered and you can proceed to cashing out. At Winner, you can choose from a solid total of 11 different withdrawal options. Another aspect that needs to be positively highlighted in that regard is the fact that Winner do not charge any fees for withdrawal OR depositing, which is quite exceptional, and will most likely benefit the bookie in terms of acquiring new customers.  

In order to make sure you can enjoy the Winner betting experience wherever you go, the bookie offers an app for all sorts of mobile devices. Make sure you check out our detailed livetipsportal review of the mobile app.

Our verdict on Winner

While we did not expect too much based on our first impression, mainly due to the rather bleak design of the bookie’s web page, the bookie eventually scored higher than we had thought. At first glance, the layout of the page is somewhat uninspired, and yet fussy. However, once you get acquainted with the content you will start to see where the bookie’s strengths lie. The range of events offered in various sports and leagues/competitions as well as the number of betting options per game are above average, and definitely make betting at winner.com an interesting and also entertaining experience. Furthermore, the bookie impressed us with a hassle-free policy as far as payment options for making a deposit and cashing out are concerned. With a total of 30 different options (all charge-free!) for depositing or cashing out, the bookie ranks very high compared to other competitors. With a bit of a visual makeover, the bookie might eventually become a serious competitor for the big players in the sports betting industry. At this stage, we can fully recommend this bookie, and wish you the best of luck for your betting!