PlayUp Sportsbook Review & Promo Code
PlayUp Sportsbook Pros
PlayUp Sportsbook Cons
The plethora of Australian sportsbooks looking to expand into the United States market continues with the PlayUp Sports Group’s announcement of their ambitious plan to go international. PlayUp has already secured licenses in multiple states and is expected to launch sometime in late 2020 or early 2021.
The states that PlayUp are looking to launch into are currently unknown, but it is expected that they could roll out their product in New Jersey, Colorado, Indiana, West Virginia, Illinois and Pensylvania by early 2021. See our full review (which will continually be updated as new information comes to light) for the PlayUp Sportsbook below.
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PlayUp Sportsbook Information
PlayUp was formed in Australia in 2019 when the parent ‘PlayUp’ cooperation bought three of the more popular sportsbooks in the country in MadBookie, TopBetta and ClassicBet and proceeded to merge all three into one new sports and racebook. The PlayUp brand also owns the biggest daily fantasy website in Australia, known as DraftStars.
The PlayUp website also operates in New Zealand, and boasts over 300,000 customers across the two countries.
PlayUp Sportsbook Sign Up Bonus Offer
Any incentive to sign up for gambling websites is currently outlawed in Australia and New Zealand, so it’s currently unknown what sort of bonus PlayUp will enter the U.S market with. Having been involved in the gaming industry for some time though, you can bet that they will enter the market with a very competitive offer.
PlayUp also offer a great range of daily promotions for a variety of different sports. Not only can you bet on the American major sports at PlayUp, but they also offer markets on a bunch of international sports, some that you might not find at a sportsbook based in the United States.
PlayUp Sportsbook Features
One of the key features of the PlayUp brand when they enter the U.S. market will definitely be their pre-existing data base that will cater for an extremely wide range of markets. While the sportsbooks in the United States will focus on the four major sports as well as collegiate level sports, the benefit of having a PlayUp or another international betting company in your arsenal is the variety of markets you get.
There is no doubt that PlayUp will offer extended markets on international leagues such as the English Premier League as well as the other major European soccer leagues, the Australian Football League, Cricket, Rugby and much more.
Website & Mobile App
PlayUp have had time to hone their website and maximise its ease of use before entering the U.S. market, which should put them a step ahead of some of the American based sportsbooks that are beginning to launch. They have a fluid website that is easy to navigate and a mobile app that is available on both Android and iOS devices.