The sports betting industry is already massive, according to the American Gaming Association (AGA), Americans alone bet as much as $5 billion a year on sports. Now, cryptocurrencies are entering that market.
Platforms to bet on sports using cryptocurrencies are somewhat scarce though, and some of those you may find out there aren’t exactly trustworthy. Regardless if you’re playing with cryptocurrencies or fiat money, no one wants to fall for a scam while trying to add thrill to an exciting sports match.
Enter Sportsbet.io, a disruptive sports betting brand that’s currently offering users a €30 welcome bonus to those who just place a bet of over €10 on its platform. Plus, there’s no doubt about Sportsbet.io’s trustworthiness as they actively support the sports industry by partnering with top clubs and supporting tournaments, such as the EPL’s Watford FC and Brazil’s famous Flamengo football club.
Earning Sportsbet’s Welcome Bonus
Step 1: To earn the €30 welcome bonus all users need to do is head over to their website and sign up.
Step 2: After creating an account, users will have to deposit and make a bet that can be pre-live, live, single, or multiple.
The bet has to be of €10, 0.03 ETH, mɃ 2 (µɃ 2,000), 0.15 LTC, or in a specified amount of another cryptocurrency or fiat currency. The bonus then is automatically added to your profile within 48 hours in the form of a free bet worth three times the qualifying bet.
It’s as simple as that!
To give a bit of background, Sportsbet.io was founded back in 2016 and is part of the Coingaming Group. Since then the brand has been taking on some bold projects such as becoming the principal sponsor of the CONIFA 2019 European Football Cup, a competition for nations that don’t fit FIFA’s criteria, CONIFA represents unrecognized nations, isolated territories, and minorities.
Moreover, the firm also helps to put cryptocurrencies on the map. A recent example being their record-breaking three year deal with English Premier League team Watford F.C., which will see Sportsbet.io’s logo appear on the front of Watford shirts and around the stadium.
The partnership deal came as part of the cryptocurrency betting platform’s ‘Know No Borders’ campaign. Sportsbet.io’s head of sportsbook marketing, Justin Le Brocque, stated at the time:
“The Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world, so we are absolutely delighted to announce a major sponsorship deal with one of its most celebrated teams.”
The company is also sponsoring Brazilian football club Flamengo in a 1-year deal.
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