Sportsbet.io: Bitcoin and Crypto Football Betting

If you like cryptocurrency betting on tournaments such as the FA Cup and leagues like the English Premiership, Sportsbet.io is a good option to try. Founded in 2016 as part of the Coingaming Group, Sportsbet.io is a leading multi-currency sports betting operator, or a sportsbook, where you can sign up and start betting within minutes anonymously.

Sportsbet.io, which is run by The Coingaming Group, offers a full range of sports for betting: soccer, tennis, MMA, baseball, basketball, and American football.

They accept a range of fiat and a few cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, to deliver fun, fast, and fair gaming. Previously, the sportsbook added Litecoin and SOC Coin support, on which Joe McCallum, Director of Sportsbook at Sportsbet.io, commented at the time: “This is just another example of how we always follow up on customer feedback and offer new features that other sportsbooks don’t have. Every step we take at Sportsbet.io is made with our players in mind, it only makes sense to integrate more currency options, fiat and crypto, to make our site even more fun, fast and fair for all.”

Simply provide an email address and start betting. No identity verification required.

Last month, Sportsbet.io announced a pioneering three-year partnership with Watford, an English professional football club based in Watford, the UK, marking the first time a company supporting the blockchain and cryptocurrency appeared on the sleave of a Premier League shirt.

Sportsbet.io’s website announces: “As a leading cryptocurrency operator we want to take crypto to the masses and increase the awareness and adoption of it around the globe! So, without further ado, we are proud to announce that starting from this Sunday’s game against Arsenal FC there will be a Bitcoin logo on Watford’s shirt sleeve for the remainder of the EPL 2019/20 season!”

The sportsbook also offers free bets to its users, read more about it on the official page.

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