WilliamHill.com.au have plenty of fans, but what makes them a fan favourite? We pick apart their website, promotions and odds to find out why.
- Massive $502 Signup Bonus
- Daily horse racing promotions
- Live streaming available
- Not the most user friendly website
Formally known as Sportingbet, William Hill re-branded the company in 2013. Already a well known name in the UK, William Hill quickly acquired both Centrebet and Tom Waterhouse in a bid to increase their marketshare in Australia.
Many people have questioned the decision to move away from the previous Sportingbet website, it was a fan favourite in many aspects and while their latest design has lost some customers it’s sure to have picked up new ones along the way.
The website shares a similar design to that of TomWaterhouse.com and once you have worked your way around the site it becomes simple enough to use.
The massive $502 signup bonus currently on offer is the largest of the main corporate bookmakers in Australia and it’s proven to be a winner among punters.
William Hill have also joined the party with best tote racing odds and daily money back promotions on Australian thoroughbred racing.
Overall William Hill have to be classed as one of the premier Australian bookmakers.
A recent upgrade to the WilliamHill.com.au app has seen an overhaul in the visual design. We like the changes and it gives the app a sleek new look.
Upon logging in you have the option to ‘stay logged in’ which is a feature some apps lack and saves you from logging in every time you want to use the app.
While WilliamHill.com.au have provided form guides in the app their not as visually appealing as some competitors and overall can be a pain if you wish to view the form of more than one runner.
Overall the WilliamHill.com.au app stacks up against the rest and although some improvements could be made there is no doubting it’s still one of the better apps on the market.
Getting straight to the point with this WilliamHill.com.au mobile site review, if you have the option to use the app – do it. While the mobile site isn’t horrible there is a stark contract between this and their mobile application.
The design of the site is based on their full website and while some people might like that, we feel it can be a little overcrowded with information at times.
The speed of the website isn’t to bad but certainly their are better options available. We found to get an annoying blue screen popup for a split moment when loading between pages.
The good news is that if you want to login and place a simple bet it’s relatively easy to do so.