Vevo Bahis might be a new bookmaker, but apparently it is a very conservative one as it doesn’t stray too much from the proven concepts and strategies. It started with a customer base made almost exclusively of Turkish punters, so it comes as no surprise that local sports and leagues represent the bulk of their offer. At the first glance, the differences between these competitions and their European counterparts are not that numerous, but it all comes down to the number of markets.
Basically, even the obscure games in the first football division have the same market as the Champions League games. By comparison, major European domestic championships are not neglected and regular punters who don’t mind focusing on the main betting options are not going to last handy. When it comes to tennis and basketball, only the grand slam tournaments, respectively international competitions are thoroughly covered.
The reason for why basketball stands out from the crowd is that a couple of Turkish teams have made a name for themselves on a continental scale. Over the last couple of years, these squads have made it in the final stages of the Euroleague, so the interest for the sport has also grown. Vevo Bahis offers the best bookmaker margins on football and basketball, less than 5%, which is the average.
The number of European customers is growing at a slower pace and the bookmaker will surely benefit from the addition of American players. Unfortunately, the laws on the other side of the Atlantic don’t allow punters to wager over the Internet, so the opportunity is lost. Vevo Bahis didn’t bother with introducing new payment methods to evade legislation and simply restricted access for US punters.
American sports don’t miss altogether, but they are covered in a rather superficial manner, as players only have a couple of betting options. The odds are competitive yet players don’t enjoy a great deal of flexibility and are supposed to stick to the most popular markets.
Vevo Bahis has the same approach for more obscure sports, ranging from rugby, floorball and Aussie rules to cricket and golf, with the emphasis being placed on flagship tournaments. Less prominent competitions are not available for live betting either and players can’t wager on horse races.