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    Centrebet

    Australia Sports Betting has published a full review of Centrebet. The Betting Agencies section provides additional reviews and comparisons of betting agencies that are suitable for Australians.

    Below is our conclusion:

    Centrebet is one of the best bookmakers in Australia. The betting interface is excellent, albeit in a harsh colour scheme, and the service has no major weaknesses. Most importantly, the odds are competitive and the betting selection is very impressive. Centrebet’s live online betting service is simplistic, but this is irrelevant to Australian residents. Centrebet is more than adequate for the majority of punters, and would make an excellent choice for someone looking for only one bookmaker membership. Centrebet is a solid service that we can recommend with confidence.

    View the full review

    What are your opinions of Centrebet? We have memberships with every bookmaker that we review. Feel free to post any questions you have regarding this betting agency.

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    Justin can't even spell "centre" properly, why am I not surprised.

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    As a heads up, Centrebet was taken over by Sportingbet earlier in the year. My understanding is that Centrebet will continue to operate as an independent brand, but is now ceasing provision of services in some countries (not Australia!).

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    Centrebet has launched a Pick Your Own Field racing feature in time for the Spring Carnival. It enables you to create your own customised field of runners within an existing race. You can bet on which runner will win in your race at odds dependent upon the runners you choose. Use the link below to learn more.

    http://www.aussportsbetting.com/2011...our-own-field/

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    Centrebet has been relaunched as a premium odds service that offers higher stakes and doesn't limit winners. There won't be the typical weekly promotions that you see with other bookmakers. The new business model sounds a lot like Pinnacle, however this would make Centrebet the first Australian-licensed bookmaker to take this approach, plus Pinnacle doesn't offer horse racing.

    Some of the key points of the Centrebet relaunch are:
    Odds:

    • Centrebet will aim to offer the best overall prices on Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth horse racing, from 10.30am on raceday.
    • Centrebet will aim to bet the best prices on AFL, NRL, NBA, NFL, Grand Slam Tennis and Big Bash Cricket.

    Winners welcome:

    • “Centrebet has committed to market leading limits for punters who have previously had their accounts restricted or closed by Tabcorp, Ubet, and corporate bookmakers.”

    Limits:

    • Centrebet is committing to bet all punters to win $5,000 on Saturday and $2,500 on midweek metropolitan horse racing all states racing, not just Victoria and NSW.
    • On head to head and line markets, Centrebet will be betting all punters to win at least $10,000.
    • Centrebet will be the only bookmaker in the marketplace to guarantee limits on any sport

    Learn more
    Last edited by admin; 5th January 2017 at 05:13 PM.

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    At present they only accept residents of Australia and New Zealand.

 

 

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