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GiveMeBet Review

It may be one of the newest bookmakers around but GiveMeBet certainly has an impressive pedigree. It’s part of the wider Argyll Group which already owns a number of sportsbooks so that should offer an element of trust as an opening factor.

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Bethard Review

The sportsbook side of the Bethard operation has been around for some time but in recent months it’s been given a real boost. That’s largely down to the appointment of Zlatan Ibrahimovic as brand ambassador – a man who needs no introduction to dedicated sports fans around the world.

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Rizk Review

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They started life as an online casino, having obtained their gaming licence back in 2015 and recently, Rizk have just added a sportsbook. It’s open to UK players as they have complied with Gambling Commission regulations so we took a look at what they had to offer.

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Karamba Review

Karamba may be a new name to the UK betting fraternity but in fact, the company was formed way back in 2005. It’s fair to say that they’ve been laying low but those that have signed up with them are aware that this is a busy sportsbook and that there is lots to enjoy.

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Betzest Review – non UK

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As of January 2019, Betzest were not available in the UK and it’s reported that the license from the Gambling Commission is pending. In the meantime, it’s a good chance to take a look at what’s on offer here for those who can access the sportsbook and for those who would like to in the future.

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PWR.bet Sport Review

As 2018 draws to a close we have the newest bookmaker on the scene as PWR.bet opens its doors to UK punters. This is a company with a keen focus on the types of things that British bettors will like so it’s worth taking a closer look at the operation and seeing what kind of benefits are available.

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BetBull Review

It’s rare to be innovative in an industry where there are hundreds of sportsbooks online but BetBull have managed to produce something a little different.

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QuinnBet Review

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Not only are Quinnbet accessible in the UK, they tend to focus on the British and Irish markets so, if you are looking for a new bookmaker, that’s a strong, early plus point.

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Unibet Review

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Unibet have been around in their own right for many years now but for some UK players, they may have only just come to our attention. One of the reasons for this is that Unibet effectively took over the UK operations of the more established Stan James set up in 2017.

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MansionBet Review

They may be a brand new bookmaker for 2018 but players in the UK will already know the Mansion Group as a successful and long-established casino brand. The move into sports betting was therefore long overdue but are they worth adding to what may well be a crowded gambling portfolio?

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MustardBet Review

MustardBet are a new sportsbook and not only are they licensed to accept customers from Great Britain, they are based here with a dedicated UK landline. They are licensed on the Isle of Man so the focus is very much on the United Kingdom although there is much to enjoy for those based overseas too.

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ComeOn Review

The ComeOn brand first came online in 2010 and in the digital era that represents a fair period that has allowed them to become established. Over the years, they have built a reputation for strong prices that are frequently enhanced by regular price boosts along with a small, but generous set of promotions.

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NoviBet Review

NoviBet may be a slightly unfamiliar name from around the sportsbooks but in fact, they have been around since 2011. While they’ve gone under the radar to some extent, there are reasons why we should take notice and for those that focus on regular, competitive odds, there could certainly be a home here.

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Black Type Review

It’s always good to see a new bookmaker come along and get behind a UK market but Black Type have done more than most to establish themselves in a short space of time.

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TopBetta Review

TopBetta are a sportsbook brand that has been establishing itself in its native Australia in recent times but unlike some other operators in that country, it is looking for a worldwide audience. At the start of 2018, having recently acquired its UK licence, the company is looking to gain a following in Great Britain and that’s positive for a region where we are being overlooked by many new firms.

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RedZoneSports Review

As we’ve been seeing, the trend for most new bookmakers is to make sure that they complete a license to trade in the UK and one of the newer recruits in this respect is RedZoneSports. It’s great that they have signed up to widen our prospective list of sportsbook accounts but let’s see what else they have to offer.

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SportNation Sportsbook Review

More and more new bookmakers are taking the trouble to become licensed for UK customers and that growing list now includes SportNation. The British betting community including a good set of their most popular markets and a generous welcome bonus to kick things off.

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Bookee Review

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We’ve become used to seeing more bookmakers offer markets for UK customers at a time when it’s not so easy to obtain the relevant license. With Bookee, we actually have a sportsbook that is currently only available to players in Britain but not only that, we find that this is actually a brand new concept in betting.

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