An important change at Tom Waterhouse Sports occurred in February 2015, when as a result of William Hill acquiring two other important bookmakers in Australia, Tom Waterhouse Sports changed its structure once again. It now offers the same odds and the layout is more or less identical to the ones at Centrebet and Sportingbet. Nothing was lost in the process, because these two bookmakers are great looking at fully functional and the most important thing is that they enjoy the full backing of one of the most important British bookmakers.
Sports betting markets at Tom Waterhouse Sports
Tom Waterhouse Sports is now owned and run by a large British gambling group, but this doesn’t mean that it strays too far from the original concept. The same popular sports can be found here and Australian fans will be thrilled to find all the games they love from the NRL, AFL and the Super Rugby. These used to be the ones that kept them at the edge of their seat and they still enjoy excellent coverage, with the odds being even better than before. A quick glance at the bookmaker margin will highlight the fact that they dropped to 4.8%, which is slightly below the industry average of 5.1%.
Soccer is widely regarded as the most popular sport in the world and definitely the one that appeals to the vast majority of European customers. While Australian football is gaining traction, it is the competitions on the old continent that sit at the top of the list when it comes to diversity of markets and generosity of odds. The fact that betting is geared towards the Italian, Spanish, French and German leagues in addition to the English premier league is hardly a surprise, since these are the best in the world.
Interesting enough, exactly the same European countries are the ones that present customers with most betting opportunities on basketball. On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, American sports reign supreme and Tom Waterhouse Sports pays them the respect they deserve. Punters benefit from ample spreads and can bet on outcomes in between, so the challenge is to find the perfect mix between risk and reward.
Those who find none of these sports intriguing might be tempted to bet on political elections, TV show and entertainment competitions, with dozens of such events available. Live sports betting is not suitable for all these events, but those games where players can wager in real time also benefit from a stream of scores and facts that are kept up to date by Tom Waterhouse Sports.
Australians as well as UK punters are particularly interested in horse and Greyhound racing, so the acquisition of Tom Waterhouse Sports by William Hill helps their cause. All the important events from both countries are now covered even better and players get to choose between dozens of special bets and even more markets. They offer unmatched odds and it is possible to wager prior to kickoff, as well as during the race, so the winning combinations are numerous and savvy punters can make sizable profits.