Sports Alive Review

Internet betting is becoming massive business all around the world thanks mainly to their free bet sign ups and  generous odds on almost every sporting event that you can think of. With Sportsalive.com fast becoming known as the premium sports betting site. Although they do offer bets on all kinds of horse racing there are some restrictions. Bets of $2000 are the max for Metropolitan racing , while limits of $1,000 and $500 for are in place for Provincial and Country racing. This makes Sportsalive a good place to bet on the ponies on a whim, but not so great if you are a serious horse punter.

Sports alive was born after the amalgamation of Sports Acumen and Global Sportsbet business with idea of offering punters a wide range of sports betting opportunities. The site itself is packed with news, reviews and tips, and in 2009  Paul “Fatty” Vautin and Robert Walls signed up to give their weekly thoughts on the NRL and AFL.

But the one thing that Sportsalive have monopolised here in Australia and New Zealand is spread betting.

Sports Alive & Spread Betting

Spread Betting has become very popular in the UK because it offers an exciting betting option that can deliver you greater rewards while keeping you involved for every second of every sporting occasion. Sportsalive is Australia’s leading spread betting agency, offering a comprehensive range of markets on the most popular sports and racing events.

Spread Betting allows you to back your judgement and your pick doesn’t have to win for you to win on the bet. If you think that a player or team will do better (or worse) than the Sportsalive quote, then the more accurate your prediction the more you will win.

For example if Sportsalive predict that there will between 30 or40 goals in an AFL match then this is the spread 30 -40. The punter has two options to buy or sell against the spread. If you buy you are betting that there will be more than 40 goals in the game. If you sell you are betting that there will be less than 30.

Special Offers

Apart from special offers to previous Sports Acumen and Global Sportsbet business clients Sportsalive are offering up to $125 if you refer a friend to their site. This will include $25 paid directly in to your betting account while your friend will recieve the same as their first deposit up to $100. So if they deposit $100 in to their acount when they first sign up Sportsalive will match it.

Go to Sportsalive now for early betting on Wimbledon. My hot tip is Rafael Nadal with Sportsalive paying $5.00 for the Spaniard to instantly get over his French Open nightmare. But if my prediction of Andy Murray winning at Roland Garros is anything to go by you are probably best off ignoring me and betting on the Australian elections instead. Sportsalive are offering $2.50 for the Coalition to bounce back from last times embarrasment.

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