The Nordicbet bookmaker was founded in 2002 and operates under a license issued by the Danish Gambling Commission.
A bookmaker in Malta is registered and also has a local betting license. On the official website, you will find not only sports bets, but also casinos and poker rooms. The office is focused on the Scandinavian countries.
In 2012, the Nordicbet group of companies was acquired by the major Swedish operator Betsson. Representatives of the office declare that they are not interested in the Russian-speaking market segment. If the site does not work in your area, use a working mirror.
Nordic Bet's activities include a detailed sportsbook, as well as a casino, poker, games, and bingo. The bookmaker has become one of the largest betting companies in Scandinavia. The platform is neat and easy to use, helping the site become one of the leading names in the online gaming industry in Europe. Players from different countries can register here.
Its growth in recent years has led to the acquisition of the organization by former competitors - Betson. However, Nordic Bet maintained its image: the sportsbook is dominated by popular sports in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, including hockey and football. Read reviews about the bookmaker on thematic forums and in social networks.
Clients can also work with Nordic Bet through mobile devices on Android and iOS. From the phone, you can register a game account, replenish a deposit, place bets, as well as withdraw winnings, monitor online events and communicate with Support operators.
Line: painting and odds
On the site of the Nordic Bet bookmaker, in the line of events, all the popular sports for betting are presented: football, basketball, hockey, volleyball, baseball, tennis, table tennis, cricket, rugby, snooker, water polo, horse racing, races, and others.
Even though Nordic Bet is not a leader in the online betting market when it comes to bets and margins, the bookmaker offers favorable conditions and stable rates for bets on the site. Here you can bet on the largest leagues and competitions around the world, whether it be football, tennis or golf.
Players are offered daily good chances for various events, and events in Northern Europe are especially attractive in terms of chances, including amateur and regional events. Odds can be chosen in decimal, fractional and American formats. This principle of the office is suitable for various betting strategies.
Bonuses and promotions
The bookmaker also offers generous bonuses, the best free bets, and promotions for new and earlier registered customers. However, the conditions for receiving and wagering bonuses are strict in comparison with some of their competitors.
Most bettors from Europe can get a first deposit bonus. There is a welcome bonus for players from the UK. Subscribe to the newsletter or regularly review the news on the site so as not to miss new bonuses, promotional codes and promotions. Also, you can find a full list of privileges for sports bets and casinos on the official website.
In addition to the fact that the bookmaker is available in different currencies to meet the growing customer base, it has provided a large number of options for depositing and withdrawing funds. You can use all major Visa / MasterCard credit and debit cards, as well as electronic wallet payments, including Skrill and Neteller. All credit card deposits are charged a 2.5% commission. All other payment methods are free.
To withdraw funds, you can use bank transfers, Visa, Neteller, and Skrill, while it is recommended to use the same method for both depositing funds and withdrawing funds. When withdrawing money, no commission is charged, as they have recently changed the payment procedure to work together with the Single Euro Payment Zone (SEPA).
Operators from Nordic Bet Support are available 24/7. They advise users on issues of varying complexity. You can contact managers by e-mail, phone or live chat. They also respond very quickly to letters, and the answer can be obtained in just 30 minutes. Support is available in English, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, and German.