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8th May 2013, 10:44 AM
Australia Sports Betting has published a full review (http://www.aussportsbetting.com/betting-agencies/bookmaker-reviews/winner/) of the new Winner sportsbook (http://online.winner.com/promoRedirect?member=aussports&campaign=DEFAULT&channel=DEFAULT&zone=52620177&lp=0). The Betting Agencies (http://www.aussportsbetting.com/betting-agencies/) section provides additional reviews and comparisons of betting agencies that are suitable for Australians.

Below is our conclusion:

While Winner (http://online.winner.com/promoRedirect?member=aussports&campaign=DEFAULT&channel=DEFAULT&zone=52620177&lp=0) is new to sports betting, they have been around since 2009 and are using the well-established PlayTech engine which delivers an excellent betting experience. As with virtually all international bookmakers, Winner doesn’t provide the same breadth of markets on Australian sports as the leading Australian bookmakers, however they do provide online in-play wagering during live events. For this reason Winner would make a good complement to an Australian bookmaker membership.

View the full review (http://www.aussportsbetting.com/betting-agencies/bookmaker-reviews/winner/)

What are your opinions of Winner? Feel free to post any questions you have regarding this betting agency.

2nd January 2014, 12:40 AM
Winner are crooks. I registered but didn't deposit money when I noticed their welcome bonus is only for residents of specific countries, not including Australia. So then they emailed me saying if you deposit we will give you free bets up to $25. But when I did deposit, they refused to give me the free bet, on the grounds I live in Australia. When I mentioned the email, they denied sending it. This was a supervisor, she claimed, called Maisie. She claimed the email I received from mail@winner.co.uk, which linked me to the winner.com website, was not sent by winner.com and was nothing to do with them. Apparently it was just coincidence that some other entity sent me the email! Now they just ignore my emails, claiming they don't receive them.all for $25 ffs! Avoid them at all costs. No doubt they won't pay out either.