BetOnline Review

BetOnline Review

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In this BetOnline Review, we’ll cover the brand & company along with the product itself. BetOnline, headquartered in Panama City, Panama is an offshore online gambling company. It was founded in 2004, is a private company and the current CEO is Eddie Robbins III. The team (or person) behind the operations of BetOnline have been reportedly banded since 1991. If you’re itching to bet on BetOnline and it doesn’t matter what our review says, be sure to utilize our BetOnline Promo Code when signing up.

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A tidbit for new players:

Again, we lend information to both new and advanced players. We commonly feel the need to point out to new players that the sports betting industry has a checkered past and there is no escaping it.

However, times have changed since the early days of the internet and certainly in the past few years, specifically in the United States sports betting market.

While you might research an online betting company only to find out that they are an oversees operation, with sails set somewhere in the Caribbean, that shouldn’t immediately turn you away.

The fact is, if a company is suspect, we’ll be among the first to call them out. Additionally, if you don’t want to take our word for it, a general rule of thumb is discovering the amount of information available for any particular online gambling company you’re considering.

If you use this simple rule of thumb, you’ll notice that some online betting companies have traceable corporate information available and others do not.

While you may not have the inclination or time to research online gambling companies, we have and do. In many cases it’s fun to dissect an online gambling operation.

Regardless of how deep the hole goes or how tangled the web, we report our findings. Some are legitimate operations and some are fly-by-night websites, wrought with elusive corporate shell companies and shadowy ownership sometimes using ‘cover’ names.

The bottom line is that online gambling is a real thing and there are legitimate companies operating in the space.

It just so happens that the waters have been so muddied since the mid 1990’s that most American’s can’t fathom the idea of an offshore sports book or gambling company being above table.

What further weighs on the industry as a whole is the shear amount of money. The incredible amount of money in the space attracts fly-by-night operations looking to make a quick buck and change their name by the dozens.

BetOnline’s strategic marketing maneuvers:

Interestingly, in 2009 BetOnline hired veteran mountain climber Tim Rippel, in an attempt to be the first to place a bet from the summit of Mount Everest.

Unfortunately, the climbing team didn’t summit. However, they we’re able to place a bet from Base Camp 4, which is 26,000 feet above sea level.

The bet payed as the Lakers covered the spread against the Rockets in Game 7 of the Western Conference Semifinals that year.

In addition, BetOnline donated $20,000 to various top social media vote landing charities.

The tie that holds betonline.ag & sportsbetting.ag together:

According to all readily available information about the BetOnline business, it appears to be a legitimate online gambling company operating out of Panama. Again, according to it’s own ‘about’ information and it’s ‘wikipedia page’, it’s CEO is Eddie Robbins III and it’s COO is Marcus Shrestha.

However, upon digging a bit deeper, virtually zero information is available online about Eddie Robbins III or Marcus Shrestha.

When comparing the sportsbetting.ag website to the betonline.ag website, you’ll notice remarkable similarities in functionality, layout and design.

You’ll also notice that in the bottom of both of their ‘Terms and Conditions’ pages, in small font, under an ‘About’ section, the following information is written:

Blue High House S.A, Registration Number 620693, is licensed and regulated by La Republica de Panama Ministerio de Economia y Finanzas de Junta de Control de Juegos.

If you thought it was difficult to find information on Eddie Robbins III and Marcus Shrestha, you won’t find anything on Blue High House S.A.. Except for the possibility that the president and director of Blue High House International may or may not be Carlos Barria.

Also of note, the entity known as betonline.ag reportedly previously operated as Best Line Sports, EZ Street Sports and Easy Street Sports.

Furthermore, BetOnline’s founding is known to trace back to 1991 where it moved from New York to Costa Rica.

Honestly, the history of BetOnline is a black hole of loose speculation and shady connections. From the looks of things, the current BetOnline platform is the result of years of moving player pools to and fro, doing whatever it takes to have an online gambling operation up and running.

BetOnline Review of Betting Types

The vast majority of BetOnline’s users are based in the US, so the site is catering to the biggest part of its audience. Straight bets, parlays, teasers and pleasers, if-bets and many more options can all be found on BetOnline, along with additional bet types unique to each sport. You can also bet live on a variety of events.

BetOnline also offers great odds, updating lines quickly to keep up with shifts and trends in the market and to offer more attractive propositions when compared to rival sportsbooks.

The site also offers solid wagering limits, letting casual bettors place bets of just $1, while high limits players can go all the way up to $25,000 on certain events.

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BetOnline Review of Rollover Policy

BetOnline offers huge welcome bonuses and a range of promotions throughout the year to keep customers coming back for more. Know that every single bonus or promotion will be required to be rolled over. The number of rollovers depends on the specific offer.

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BetOnline Review of House Rules

If you’re serious about betting with BetOnline, we encourage to read over the House Rules and read them well. While they’ve been pretty solid in terms of minimal complaints in recent years, it’s important that you understand what you’re dealing with. If nothing else, be sure to read up on the sports you’re interested in betting on.

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BetOnline Review of Platform / App UI & UX

The current BetOnline platform actually isn’t that bad in terms of functionality, look and feel. While there are more intuitive platforms available, BetOnline’s desktop and mobile versions are much better than some we’ve come across.

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BetOnline Review of Sports Covered

BetOnline offers a huge range of betting markets and propositions, with a big focus on popular American sports.

The site does offer countless betting options on other popular events and sports like soccer, rugby, tennis, and more, but there’s definitely a lot of emphasis on the US leagues.

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BetOnline Review Summary 2019

The pull for BetOnline is odds and lines that are slightly better than it’s competition. The hangup is the companies history itself.

BetOnline Review Details
  • Trustworthiness
  • Rollover Requirements
  • Betting Types
  • Mobile Use
  • Legitimacy

BetOnline Rating Overview

While BetOnline offers one of the worlds largest sports books and no doubt has made progress over time in evolving and shifting away from it's tattered history, it's just not something we're going to 100% stand behind and recommend to our readers, especially new players.

A new era of sports betting is evolving in America and we will stand behind companies that are transparent with their corporate ownership and leadership.

100% transparency is the only way, especially for the opening of the US market.

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