The website is dazzling and these guys clearly didn’t save their energy when creating the design, but still managed to keep the pages compact and easy to navigate. The user-friendly interface is also highly customizable and this is obvious when players place their first bets. The betting slip will clearly highlight their selections and players also get to choose between European, American and UK all formats.
The minimum stake is just €0.25 which is extremely low by any standards and the maximum limits depend on the type of events. Players who have any doubts are instructed to get in touch with the customer support to clarify these doubts before placing a wager. What is certain is that the most successful punters can hope to win up to €25,000 which is a lot of money and it makes no difference if they bet on a single event or place and accumulator wager.
The average payout is 91.3% which is slightly below average, but some games have a better payouts ratio, so those who are willing to focus on a niche will benefit most. Live betting is not yet possible and obviously there is no live streaming either, but perhaps the most annoying lacking is the fact that no Asian handicaps are available. Betgun Sports would be wise to introduce them on at least for football and basketball, as this is common practice among all bookmakers.
The betting offer includes all popular American sports, but also football, cycling, handball, tennis, snooker, baseball, curling, winter sports and volleyball to name but a few. It is unfortunate that with so many sports to choose from and plenty of games being scheduled on a daily basis, punters can’t wager in real time. The competitive odds make this absence less painful, but Betgun Sports customers miss out on a great deal of potentially lucrative deals.
Those who are willing to bet exclusively on sports and can do without live betting, will probably enjoy their experience at Betgun Sports. The problem is that in the absence of a casino, games, bingo or poker section, customers who get bored with sports betting will need to look for options elsewhere. Customer retention is a major concern of bookmakers and other online gambling operators and these guys don’t seem to have a backup plan.