Ladbrokes is one of the oldest British turf accountant. History of the company begins in 1886 and since 1961 it accepts bets. The yearly turnover of the company is estimated at $20 billion, it is indeed a very huge player on the betting market. Its shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Ladbrokes website functionality
Despite the huge number of clients and a an enormous amount of bets made every day, Ladbrokes’ website looks pretty simple and convenient.
You can easily access the list of live events, which can be quickly switched to a table of upcoming events. In a dropdown window you will easily choose among the most popular sports, such as soccer, tennis, snooker, basketball, hockey and horse racing. It’s very convenient since not everyone wants to bet on soccer. It’s also worth remembering that soccer isn’t as popular in North America as it is in Europe.
In the left part of the website you will find a huge list of supported sport disciplines. There you will find almost any event, in which professional athletes take part.
Sports betting with Ladbrokes
Pre-match line is as wide as it is reasonably possible. Besides sports betting, Ladbrokes constantly accepts bets on political events, weather forecast and certain entertainment industry ceremonies. Bookie also quite often enjoys spotlight on its own by making news due to accepting bets on unexpecting things.
Odds provided by Ladbrokes are quite good, as it manages to outshine most of the competition in the field.
Minimum allowed bet is 15 cents.
Bonuses and promotions
Ladbrokes offers all new clients a bonus of up to 20 Euro. What is interesting is that the bonus is split in two parts. First part can be obtained by using a promo code during registration and after placing a bet on a soccer match. Second part is credited after the next bet. That sums up available bonuses and promotions by Ladbrokes.
Bookmaker supports different payment systems for different regions.