There are plenty of betting options out there, but registering and playing with the right one can be time consuming and tricky. First of all, British users come under the UK Gambling Commission regulations, which means they should only register and play with regulated operators in the UK. This already limits the choices available, but nevertheless, UK bettors enjoy one of the highest diversity in terms of quality online betting options.
See below a list of top recommendations in terms of sports betting from UK:
|Bet365||www.bet365.com||18+. T&C apply|
|Unibet||www.unibet.co.uk||18+. T&C apply|
|William Hill||www.williamhill.com||18+. T&C apply|
|Netbet||www.netbet.co.uk||18+. T&C apply|
|888sport||www.888sport.co.uk||18+. T&C apply|
|MrGreen||www.mrgreen.com||18+. T&C apply|
|Matchbook||www.matchbook.com||18+. T&C apply|
|Karamba||www.karamba.com||18+. T&C apply|
|Betboro||www.betboro.co.uk||18+. T&C apply|
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The United Kingdom includes all sub-divisions like England, Scotland, Wales and Norther Ireland. This means customers in all these countries come under the same regulation and protections of the UK Gambling Commission. British bookmakers stand out from the rest of the International brands through a betting offer catered to UK users. This includes daily British horse races and all the British soccer leagues and cups, cricket games, rugby, darts or snooker.
As per a May 2019 report, the British gambling market was valued at £14.5 bn (total gross gambling yield for GB), with 39% of that value being wagered remotely (online). At the same time there were a total of 8,423 registered betting shops across the country and 183,813 gaming machines, making it a market with huge value for the established bookmakers, casinos and bingo operators.