Bwin.es Sign Up Bonus Terms
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Who are they?
Bwin.es is operated by ElectraWorks(Espana), which is, in effect, a subsidiary of bwin.party digital entertainment plc, originally an Austrian-based online betting company, and a betting partner of big La Liga teams in the shape of Atletico Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia and Villarreal. An important point to consider is that although bwin.es mostly shares the same layout and odds as the bwin.com site, there are differences in the promotions on offer, and other small features.
New Customers Only. 18+. T&Cs Apply. Wagering Requirements Apply.
Why should I bet with this bookmaker?
This is a big bookie with a great rep and all the support functions you would ever need on a regular betting odyssey. There is a nice blend of special features (such as live streams and a cash-out function on live bets) on the easily navigable and professional looking site, and a fantastic variety of sports and betting markets available.
Why shouldn’t I bet with this bookmaker?
Despite the sophisticated appearance, there is very little to really get excited about here. There is an almost unbeatable number of betting markets, but very rarely will you find the most competitive odds, and the lack of meaningful promotions in the form of bet bonuses and, currently, a sign-up offer, are real negatives.
Current Sign-up bonus
No current sign-up bonus.
How to activate the sign-up bonus
Other noteworthy specials
Place a bet on the winner of any stage of the Giro d’Italia and you will receive 100% of your stake back, up to €50, if your cyclist finishes second or third.
Accumulator insurance of 50% of the stake is offered on 5+ selections across any sports where only one selection fails..
Sports and markets available
Bwin claims to offer the world’s largest sports betting platform, and with over 90 sports to bet on (but not horse racing), it’s hard to argue the fact. With politics, entertainment and a host of other novelty bets available too, the options are extensive to say the least. Delving in sport-by-sport, there is an impressive array of wagering possibilities on the likes of football (over 100 per game) and tennis (20+), and the in-play markets are equally as appetising. Importantly, the cash out option is also offered on all in-play bets.
The site is a treasure trove of features which include a host of articles and betting tips (accompanied by reviews), graphics detailing all manner of sporting statistics and news, popular bets which list the wagers of the moment among punters (thus giving bet ideas).
There are statistics, livescore and results sections, and on mobile, the live alerts to your phone on the Sports App are a handy tool for supporters and general sports enthusiasts alike, while the same app enables you to access full screen live streaming of 16,000 events. There is also now a cash-out function on in-play bets.
Similar to the .com version, Bundesliga highlights are available via the video tab, although customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are restricted. Unlike its sister site, the .es version has a ‘top links’ option at the bottom of the homepage which takes users to the most popular markets on the platform, namely the Spanish favourites of La Liga, Handball and Formula 1.
The platform is only offered in both English and Spanish, and the ‘help’ section also differs from its sister site (help.bwin.es/en/general-information).
There is an impressively comprehensive list of currency and deposit/withdrawal options, meaning the vast majority of punters will face no issues in this regard.
3/5 – This is a quality site as you would expect from such a world-renowned player in the sports betting market. The platform itself is professional and secure, and there are great special features to be found such as the live-streaming and cash-out options. Marked down considerably for the lack of special offers, sign-up bonus or market-leading odds, but a good place to begin for recreational bettors, with an incredible variety of sports available.