A big part of the Spinzwin review is focused on the available betting options.
Sports coverage means not only what different sports the traders price up, but the different leagues and competitions within.
Some big players are out there, like bet365 and William Hill, which set the standard in terms of betting coverage. So you can go to sites like that and, more likely than not, always find what you want.
In the next part of this Spinzwin review, we take a look at some main sports offered and what their coverage is like.
We get straight into the big one, as football betting is the biggest sport for UK wagers.
The pull of competitions like the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League are massive.
The coverage we found in league and competitions from beyond the big expected European markets was good at Spinzwin.
Another area of note for Spinzwin is that they had some excellent longer-term tournament outright options priced up.
Spinzwin Horse Racing
Horse racing is right up there with football in UK betting interest. So it is a big area to check for sports coverage.
What do we expect to see? Of course, all the UK and Irish racing, which is on every day of the year. What did we find? Only US racing markets, which was a little disappointing.
There is a growing focus on Esports for online betting. The different Esports at Spinzwin are separated in the sportsbook. It’s therefore easy to find the League of Legends, Counter-Strike: GO, or Dota 2 options that you are looking for. Furthermore, markets were available from around the globe, so it’s good.
For this Spinzwin Review, we dipped into MMA fixtures to see what was covered for the upcoming weekend. We found excellent options from the UFC and Bellator.