Gamebookers was founded in Graz, Austria in 1998 and is a fully-licensed bookmaker. The business launched its website in the spring of 2000 and was taken over by one of the leading international online gaming companies, PartyGaming Plc, listed on The London Stock Exchange, in August of 2006.
The Gamebookers sports betting platform is brought to you by PBG Limited. PGB Limited is licensed in Gibraltar and is an affiliate of ElectraWorks Limited, which is responsible for the PartyGaming platform as well as for Gamebookers.com.
Gamebookers entices players with a huge selection of betting offers, with wagers for nearly every sport you can think of. In addition to popular sports such as football, tennis, boxing and Formula 1, bets are also accepted on handball, basketball, baseball, golf and horse racing, just to mention a few.
The football section contains the widest range of betting offers including numerous bets on various European and international leagues.
Of course, Gamebookers also provides a number of alternative wagers: bets on the half-time standings, goalscorer/scorecast, winning margin and 1st goal as well as over/under and handicap bets can all be found.
The ever more popular Asian handicap is also offered by Gamebookers.
Live bets are also accepted for football (soccer), tennis and volleyball, just to name a few.
Games and Extras
Gamebookers does have an adjoining casino, the Casino Lounge, but they do not have their own poker room. Since Gamebookers is connected to the PartyGaming Plc Network through the gambling enterprise PartyGaming, we suggest poker fans try playing at Party Poker, which they will surely acquire a taste for! Party Gaming also has its own casino platform, Party Casino, which is a nice alternative to the Casino Lounge.
As a special feature for customers, Gamebookers offers the option for bettors to receive a free text message containing the results of the event the bet was placed in.
Another feature worth mentioning is mobile gambling. This means that users have the ability to place bets and see the results over their mobile phones, as long as they have WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) enabled.
To keep bettors up to date, the website also provides live scores and sports news.
The Gamebookers website is available in ten different languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Romanian, Italian, Polish, Swedish, Greek and Russian.
Players from the following countries are not permitted to open a playing account: Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Burma, China, Cook Islands, Cuba, Guatemala, India, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Nauru, Nigeria, North Korea, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Syria and the United States of America.