Centrebet recently re-launched their brand by offering back-to-basics betting and allowing high stakes punters to bet without the restrictions of other bookmakers.
- Targeting high stakes punters
- Easy to use website
- Don't restrict winning punters
- No sign up bonus available
- No racing or sport promotions
Centrebet.com is now a part of the William Hill Group after being bought out around the same time they acquired TomWaterhouse.com.au and Sportingbet.com.au.
Today Centrebet largely focus on their racing markets but still provide a large range of sports events for punters to bet on.
With the launch of William Hill Australia the process began to merge the acquired sites into their William Hill brand.
Centrebet was the last of these sites to complete the merge but eventually stopped taking bets in the middle of 2016.
In January of 2017 Centrebet.com was re-launched high stakes punters by increasing their win limits on midweek and weekend horse racing events.
Centrebet Betting Limits
Centrebet now allows punters to win up to $5,000 on Saturdays and $2,500 on midweek metropolitan horse racing. That’s far greater than the legally imposed limit of $2,000 on metropolitan horse racing that other bookmakers offer.
Centrebet.com may not offer some of the free bets or bonus promotions that other bookmakers offer but they have seen a gap in the industry and have filled it incredibly well.
If you want to bet with bigger limits, bet with Centrebet. If you want to take advantage of great bonus bets and daily promotions, sign up at WilliamHill.com.au and take advantage of their $502 sign-up free bet.
Centrebet.com App and Mobile Review
Despite not offering some of the perks that other bookmakers offer, Centrebet still provide a great service for all punters whether you’re betting on your desktop computer, mobile or table.
The Centrebet.com app is available on both Apple and Android devices making it accessible for just about everyone. The mobile app itself is easy to use and all the basic functions are their such as;
- Easy sign-up and registration
- Making a deposit
- Withdrawing your winnings
If you can’t access the Centrebet App then their mobile website is just as convenient. It takes on a similar design to their website and app and offers almost all the same functions as their full desktop website.