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Bwin is still the number one bookmaker for many Germans.

Many years ago they were the undisputed number one in German sports betting market. Among other things, they could be found on the jersey of Real Madrid. 

At the moment, bwin is the official betting partner of Borussia Dortmund and also the main sponsor of the 3rd division in Germany.  

Bwin has over 1000 employees. The head office is in Vienna, but bwin has offices almost all over the world.

In addition to the very extensive sports betting offer, they also have a great casino and live casino site, and also friends of virtual sports will find their luck here.

The odds are in the upper third. You also have the opportunity to bet on a number of markets.

Bwin offers a very wide range of deposit methods. PayPal and Paysafe are of course also included but also methods like Mister Cash which is not so famous in Germany. You will also be informed in detail about each individual deposit method.


As is almost to be expected, the customer service is of a very high quality. If you don’t get the answer to your question in the FAQ’s, you can use live chat, telephone or e-mail communication. Another plus is that there is a link on the website where you can easily upload your documents.


New customers currently receive a whopping 100% bonus of up to €100 on their first deposit from the industry giant Bwin.


The website is almost unbelievably good. You have your highlights on the left. All the important sporting events of the day are broken down in detail and you can also find out immediately where you can watch live streams.


Conclusion: Bwin is in almost all areas in the Champions League format. We couldn’t identify any real weak points in our test. From time to time the odds could perhaps be a little better, but there are a number of other points that make up for it.

5 of 5 Stars