Betstar Sportsbook used to have a mediocre website that loaded rather slow and failed to score high marks aesthetically, with all these facts having a deterring effect on prospective customers. This all changed since they were acquired by Ladbrokes and the changes made were all for the better. The color scheme is different and the layout has changed radically, but the new version is significantly better and not even the early customers would have anything to object.
Placing wagers has never been easier and both the sports and the odds are displayed in a clear fashion, making it easy for newcomers to place their bets. Easy access to popular markets is ensured and the odds are available in different formats, including decimal, American and UK versions. This bookmaker has also introduced a couple of innovative features, such as the Quickbet which does exactly what the name suggests, by allowing players to bet with a single click.
All they need to do is to set up an amount for such wagers and immediately after clicking on the desired odds, the bets are placed. This is particularly useful for those who wager in real time and don’t want to miss out on lucrative opportunities. Adding events on the betting slip is equally easy and even when you have more than a dozen of them at the same time, calculating the odds is not going to be a problem.
The straightforward version of betting that involves players entering the amount they are willing to wager is available, but innovative tools were also introduced. For instance, it is now possible to enter the amount that you hope to win and the betting slip will automatically recommend the sum that you need to invest. It is all aimed at making it easy for players to bet and spend as little time as possible looking for sports, leagues and markets, while focusing at the task at hand.
The bookmaker margin offered by Betstar Sports is in line with its sister website and slightly lower than the industry average, revolving around 4.8%. This is pretty good for those who plan on betting significant amounts on a nice assortment of sports, without getting crushed by the house.