Tue, Sep 23, 3:21pm by Dominic Ciconte
BetEasy, the last of the Australian-owned online bookmakers, today launched its new website and mobile apps on the eve of the AFL and NRL Grand Finals
The man behind BetEasy, ex-Sportsbet pioneer and Australian bookmaker guru Matt Tripp, said that his new venture would cater to Australian punters in a way they’ve never experienced before.
“Online wagering in Australia has become an overseas game with all the large sports betting companies having foreign ownership,” Tripp said.
“We are coming at this from a fresh angle, and would like to think we can service the Australian market in a way some others are not.
“We will have the most diverse product range in the market place, along with first-class customer service and the best mobile and tablet apps available.”
The wait for the BetEasy launch has been a nervous one for Tripp and punters looking to cash in with the new bookie.
Those nerves have now been put to bed in the best possible way.
Punters have more than enough time to sign up and bet on the AFL and NRL grand finals and Australia’s iconic spring racing carnival is just around the corner.
With an incredible range of bonuses, offers and promotions already in play, BetEasy will announce itself as a big player in online bookmaker industry and give Australian punters a real, quality home-grown betting option.
Here’s a look at the new BetEasy home page:
BetEasy have made the sign-up process very simple and easy.
Simply, click here, press the ‘sign-up’ button at the top of the page and enter your account details in.
Once you’re a BetEasy member, you can start to cash in on the promotions, free bets and bonuses on offer.
For an in-depth BetEasy review, including details on deposits, promotions, security, customer service and, most importantly, betting options, click here.
If there’s one thing we know about BetEasy, it’s that they love making a few punts of their own.
The bookmaker made headlines around the country during the 2014 Brazil World Cup, giving all of its members $150 worth of free bets on the Socceroos.
It was an incredibly-risky and generous move from the bookmaker. Had the Socceroos won even one match, BetEasy would have forked out millions to new punters.
Now Matt Tripp and BetEasy are at it again.
As a celebration of the launch, all BetEasy members who download the BetEasy app will receive $50 to place on the Grand Final of their choice (AFL or NRL), on any market.
Punters, do NOT miss out on a free $50 bet – sign up at BetEasy today and start studying your AFL and NRL finals form.
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