24Win are among a clutch of new bookmakers that launched in 2016 and have had to compete for market share in that very short space of time.
RealDealBet were launched officially in 2015 and among the crop of new bookmakers this looks to be one of the best – RealDealBet are named after the ‘Real Deal’ himself – former world heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield.
Another new name on the sportsbook scene is that of SLBet: A company licensed in Curacao with a focus on mainland European sports and one which is really looking to gain a foothold in this busy sector.
BetNCatch are a Maltese licensed operator who actually launched their sportsbook back in 2015. There are some impressive aspects to this site with competitive prices and a good choice of markets amongst other strong plus points.
Although their first physical casinos were established in 1970, Grosvenor’s online sportsbook saw life earlier in 2016 so they qualify as a new bookmaker.
One way to get your brand noticed in this competitive market is to tie up some sponsorship deals. EnergyBet have done just that with English football clubs like Leyton Orient and Aston Villa.
Yet another new bookmaker has come along, just as 2016 comes to a close and a crowded market becomes even busier. There is a lot of talk about Betive right now and although you may not have read much about them in the news, we thought it was definitely worth checking them out.
Launched in 2016, BetSer have ticked most boxes required when it comes to competing against their rivals. A good choice of specials and eSports are present so all options are covered essentially, and there is choice for occasional and serious punters.
Iron Bet first came online in the early weeks of 2016 and as they approach their first birthday, the operator has been working hard to get noticed in this competitive and crowded market.
Another new bookmaker for 2016, BetEast made the news in the UK with a high profile sponsorship deal at Premier League club Swansea City. That’s a positive move and one that will help them compete for attention among football fans at least but why should you add them to what is likely to be a big list of existing bookies?