Interwetten

Interwetten

Founded in Vienna, Austria, Interwetten initially offered over the phone sports betting between 1990-1997. However, as the popularity of the internet grew, Interwetten, in 1997, became only the second company in the world to offer an online betting product behind Intertops.

They expanded their portfolio in 2004 to offering casino games, before launching a skill games platform in 2006.

While 2020 was a year to forget for most, Interwetten who pride themselves on “Pioneering in online sports betting” celebrated 30 years in business.

Interwetten’s headquarters now resides in Gzira, Malta, where they are also licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority for sports betting, games, and casino.

Interwetten was also licensed in Spain in 2012 by DGOJ to offer sports betting and casino games as well as being licensed to offer sports betting in the state of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany in December 2020. One month later they were also authorised to offer casino games.

Interwetten’s website is available in nine languages – English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Croatian, Greek, and Italian.

They have an affiliate program where you can earn up to 35% share of the net profit of all their products, with dedicated affiliate support and detailed real-time statistics. If that interests you, you can join in www.interwetten.com.

Interwetten’s highest-profile football shirt sponsorships came from Spain’s La Liga, firstly between 2008 until 2011 when they sponsored Espanyol before the Sevilla sported the Interwetten logo on the front of their shirts for the next two years.

However, Interwetten also holds the amazing distinction of not only sponsoring a team but also being named after them as Austrian Second Division side SC Unterseibenbrunn became SC Interwetten.com from 2001 to 2004.

Lately, the Interwetten logo can be found on the front of the team dugouts at German Bundesliga side Wolfsburg and around the stadium of Hoffenheim, while as of this season they also sponsor the Greek Super League further establishing their market in Greece.

Due to licensing restrictions, Interwetten does not open accounts for residents of the United Kingdom.

Interwetten Pros

  • Wide line
  • Average odds
  • Good layout

Interwetten Cons

  • No live streaming
  • No live chat for guests

Min. Bet

Max. profit

Support channels

Email, Live Chat

Languages

Croatian, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish

Currencies

Euro, Swedish Krona

Platforms

PC, Mobile, Tablet

Mobile App

Android, iPhone

Sports

Alpine skiing, American football, Aussie rules, Bandy, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Entertainment, Floorball, Futsal, Golf, Handball, Ice hockey, Martial arts, Motor racing, Politics, Rugby, Snooker, Soccer, Table tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, Water polo, Winter sports

FAQ

Interwetten does offer a welcome bonus of 100% up to €100.

Unfortunately, Interwetten does not accept accounts from residents of the UK for licensing reasons.

There is nothing within their Terms and Conditions which states they do limit accounts. That is not to say they don’t have the right to do this. However, they do have maximum payouts per bet, per day and per week which are very low compared to other leading bookmakers who offer maximum payouts into the millions.

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