William Hill does not require an introduction, as it is one of the biggest bookmakers in the world with a decades of history and an army of clients.
Company is fiercely protective of its reputation and so they make sure that all services provided are safe, honest and transparent. Besides the online part of the business, William Hill also has a massive network of offline locations. William Hill employs approximately 15 thousand people and the yearly turnover is estimated at $15 billion, which indicates the massive scale of William Hill’s operations.
William Hill offers maximum convenience for bet makers but at the same time, it stipulates rather stringent requirements for player identification. For registration purposes, every new players is required to provide a copy of an ID and in case of necessity, William Hill reserves the right to request additional information. Also, managers of the turf accountant may also cut stake limits, if they suspect that the player is a bit too professional.
William Hill’s main market is the United Kingdom, however, it serves players from all over the world and the website is translated in many languages. Main office of the company is situated in Gibraltar, company is licensed there and adheres to the British legislation.
Pros and cons of William Hill
Traditionally strong sides of William Hill are:
Self-sufficiency in providing odds;
An enormous number of sports and types of bets available;
A huge number of live-events and broadcasts are supported;
Regular website updates, which allow for more effective betting decisions;
Convenient and user-friendly mobile app, which is, unfortunately is only available in English..
There are always downsides to everything, no exceptions:
If the player is recognized as a professional better (by the William Hill risk managers), his account might be limited or blocked;
Not the most user-friendly website;
No Asian handicaps.
William Hill is a good choice for a novice or a player, who isn’t trying to gain an upper hand over a bookie at all costs.