Grosvenor Sport Review
You may have heard the Grosvenor name used in betting circles before; after all, it is one of the most famous casino brands on the planet.
Now they have branched out into sports too, offering odds on a wide range of events and markets plus a tasty selection of promotions and offers as well.
So is Grosvenor’s foray into sports betting an attempt to cash in on an ever-growing market, or are they bringing something new to the party? Let’s find out….
Pros and cons
With their huge range of sports the vast majority of punters will be satisfied with what’s on offer at Grosvenor. All of the big names are covered and some of the more obscure concerns too – Pesapallo, Trotting and Yachting, anyone?
As the list of available sports to bet on below attests, all of the key players are covered with just a few omissions blotting what is a fantastic, in-depth offering:
There isn’t a dedicated Grosvenor Sports app, but that’s okay because they have added a sports betting channel to their already outstanding casino app for mobiles.
That’s great news for punters because Grosvenor’s app really is one of the best around for casino gamers, and the same approach has been used for the sports side of things. So you’ll find a great layout, super smooth navigation between screens and, something which is often overlooked, nice big buttons to ensure accurate bet placement!
The app is available to both ios and Android users across mobile and tablets. Of course, if you prefer to keep things old school then you can access the Grosvenor sports betting page from your chosen mobile browser too.
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Grosvenor review summary
The Grosvenor Casino sportsbook was only launched late in 2016, and so they are on a steep learning curve as to what constitutes a good bookmaker. For now, TopRatedBetting is happy to reserve judgment.
What we can say is that, so far, they have come up to the mark with a wide range of markets and sports covered, an attractive and easy to use website and mobile app, and a great in-play betting channel that is really vivid when you fire up the site.
There are those little gripes that we have to come to expect from new bookies; no live streaming is a let down, as is an absence of sports-led promotions and bonuses.
But all in all, Grosvenor have made a great start to life as a sportsbook.
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