Bet Victor Review
Bookmaker Reviews: Bet Victor
The ‘gentleman’s bookie’ has grown significantly since it was set up as a small family business back in 1946. Victor Chandler, now known online as Bet Victor, doesn’t claim to be a specialist in one particular sport and its ‘Jack of all trades’ approach means there’s always plenty to choose from.
Sports Betting Markets
As you can see, BetVictor’s sportsbook is substantial with bets offered on all of the following sports.
Baseball, basketball, bowls, boxing, UFC, cricket, cycling, darts, football, futsal, Gaelic Games, golf, greyhounds, handball, horseracing, ice hockey, motor racing, motorcycling, Olympic games, rugby league, rugby union, snooker, speedway, tennis, US horseracing, skiing and volleyball.
Their in-play markets are varied and with football, golf, snooker, tennis and horseracing featuring heavily there’s plenty to put your money on.
BetVictor.com has recently received a facelift and as a result is now one of the cleanest looking sports betting websites out there.
Users will be immediately drawn to the top six biggest markets and events being offered via the striking rotating image banner at the top of the page, but navigation to other sports is very simple too.
Simplicity is the key to the BetVictor website so there isn’t quite the range of extras you’d get with other bookmakers but what this site is great at is making betting online easy and fast. However, to accompany their in-play features you can listen to live commentary from horseracing in the UK and Ireland and the biggest football matches of the week as well as the audio feed from Sky Sports Soccer Saturday.