Bwin is part of the wider Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment group, which now includes PartyPoker, Intertrader and many more big brands across the gambling industry. The broader Bwin group is now the largest online gambling company in the world, a position that it has held since 2010 after the merger of Bwin and PartyGaming, the original owners and operators of PartyPoker.
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Bwin was founded in 1997 as BetandWin, launching its first product in 1998 in the form of an online sportsbook site. Bwin was also one of the very first bookmakers to offer “in-play” betting, powered by its own software package known as “live bet”. The company quickly expanded from its 12 strong team of staff over the next few years and in 2001 launched its first online casino. Shortly after the successful launch, Bwin made the game changing decision to move all of their business dealings offshore to Gibraltar, mirroring the actions of their competition and once again leveling the playing field to ensure that Bwin remained in a strong position to stay on par with their fiercest rivals within the online gambling arena.
The name “Bwin” was officially adopted in 2006, when the company felt that it was time to update their public profile and change their name to something that better reflected the direction that the group was heading in, while not erasing their history. Bwin was selected as they felt that it maintained the companies image and was recognizable to their current clients, while also accommodating their recent expansion into casino games, poker and their plans to move into financial derivatives in the future; something they accomplished with Intertrader.
The company has continued to evolve over the last few years and maintains its position as the worlds biggest publicly traded online gaming company.
Ways to Wager
With Bwin being such a huge company, it will come as no suprise that they offer a native betting environment for almost every platform that you can think of. Bwin currently have applications available for download on the App Store for iOS devices, Google Play for Android devices, a mobile website for those that prefer to wager on the go via their mobile phones web browser and of course their website, for those who prefer to handle all of their wagering on their laptop or desktop PC.
Deposits and Withdrawals
While Bwin may not accept as many different e-wallets as other bookmakers within the industry, they do have all of the most popular ones available to their potential players. In addition to all major debit and credit cards, Bwin also accept deposits via PayPal, Skrill Moneybookers, ClickandBuy and direct bank transfers. Since most people will have access to one of these, there is little reason for them to complicate things further for their administration staff by offering 40+ deposit methods and is unlikely to change in the future.
Bwin currently offer their customers support via email, telephone, fax and postal mail.