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New bookmakers 2020


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Dozens of new bookmakers are launched each year and there is no way of missing any of them. They all do big marketing campaigns, but as a user of betting sites, you never know whether it’s a good idea to make an account or not. There are no reviews on the new betting sites and no players that have tried them to rely on for advice, but there is something great about them. All new bookmakers have great welcome bonuses that are too appealing to miss out on. If you do try out their welcome bonuses then you can have a peak in everything else they are offering. This year is no different from the past ones, and here are some of the best new bookmakers for 2020, along with the pros and cons of joining new sites.

Even though new to the scene, 22Bet offers a 100% deposit match bonus up to 122 euros. What is more, they have incredibly high odds, as well as various different payment methods. Not to mention how they have hundreds of live events organized, and you can bet on any sport you like!

Just like 22Bet, 1XBet has a 100% first bonus, however, theirs is up to 130 euros. Their odds are also competitive in how high they are, and welcome bonuses are simply too attractive and exclusive. Let’s not forget that 1XBet offers live streaming of many matches, so you can follow the game while making your bets. They are definitely worth trying out, especially if you are new to online gambling.


BetFarm is another great provider and they have very attractive odds and welcome bonuses for newcomers. However, that’s not all! They are also offering dozens of deposit options to choose from, as well as the number of live stream matches. Not to forget how they have an excellent mobile app, so you can play on the go.

Even though established in 1990, Interwetten is new to the Nigerian market. They do have a good reputation internationally, but as of this year their services and games are available in Nigeria and they are offering some great odds for the players. Their welcome bonus is highly attractive in this country, and there is a wide variety of deposit options. Unfortunately, they don’t have a mobile app, but that doesn’t make them less good.


Pros of New Sites
Better odds: since those new betting sites are new on the market, they will want to stand out from the crowd and attract users. This is why new bookies boost their offers and have higher odds in general. This attracts new punters, of course, and gains their trust towards a new bookmaker.
Bigger bonuses: similarly to the situation with boosted and higher odds, new sites often have much better bonuses than sites that exist for a longer period of time. This is simply to attract newcomers to try out the site and games, with the hope that they will stay loyal. What is more, with such great bonuses, new punters can easily make a profit quickly.

Cons of New Sites
Licenses: one of the downsides, and probably the biggest one, is that some new bookmakers might not be licensed by the authorities, such as MGA or UKGC. That is why you should do a thorough research on the new bookie, if possible, or look for their terms and conditions in order to find out if they have a license or not.

Reliability: since new bookies don’t have reviews online or you can’t find players that have already tested their sites, safety, and reliability, you might feel like you’re risking it when signing up. If you do feel like you are at risk, you might want to do a bit more research. You can also always look for trustworthy sites that do reviews or make lists of great new bookies and always know that someone is backing up those sites.

There are thousands of betting sites, and new ones are emerging each year. However, even though they are new, that doesn’t mean they are risky or bad. You simply have to do some research and reading on the site and judge them yourself. But what is certain is that their odds and bonuses are more than attractive.


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