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Last Updated: August 29, 2019


CentreBet Sports Book Review

CentreBet Sports Book Review

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Centrebet is an Australian focused online sportsbook that is officially sanctioned by the government. The company is an approved vendor for the AFL, NRL, PGA, and Cricket Australia, meaning that you can be sure that things are on the level here. There are a bunch of sports to bet on, reasonable terms, and good banking, all of which combine to make Centrebet a great choice if you fancy a bet down under.

Sportsbetting options

There are a large array of sports to bet on at Centrebet, with verticals from every continent present. Punters will find Aussie Rules Football, cricket, rugby, tennis, golf, American football, billiards, racing, and several other options for players. There are also live bet and several types of horse and dog racing choices, leaving you with no shortage to pick from.

Mobile play

Centrebet fully supports mobile play, meaning that you can easily place wagers through your smartphone or tablet. The company even has dedicated apps on the Apple App Store, and the in-browser solution works equally well if you’re on Android. I had no problem getting a bet slip to pop up on my smaller screen, and even my sausage fingers didn’t mis-bet on any events.

Responsible gaming

There is a responsible gaming section of the Centrebet website, which provides information on identifying and fighting problem gambling behaviors. This is the socially responsible thing (and legal) thing to do, so it’s good to see it present here. Players can also find links to outside gambling assistance groups as well as deposit and play limits, timeouts, and self-exclusion policies.


Centrebet secures player information using 128-bit SSL encryption, which keeps your valuable data from being intercepted by hackers and thieves. We only recommend playing at sites that encrypt user data, as it’s too risky to gamble your identity online.


The banking options at Centrebet are good, as the site accepts Visa, Mastercard, Solo, and Click2Pay. These may seem a bit limited, but given the restrictions now present in Australia, they are solid. Payout times take a few days, but once again, you’ll find this with most Aussie-friendly betting sites. The key thing here is stability, and given the company’s licensing through the country, you can count on your money coming through.

Terms and conditions

Looking through the terms and conditions at Centrebet, I can’t find anything that stands out as being unfair toward players.


Below is a list of promotions being offered at Centrebet.

Other games

Seeing as how Centrebet is licensed in Australia, they don’t offer casino games to players through their sportsbetting operation.

Player issues

There currently don’t appear to be any valid player complaints associated with Centrebet’s sportsbook. If an issue does arise, you can rest assured that the site will be held liable, as they’re licensed within Australia.

Wizard Endorsement Status

CentreBet have not earned endorsement from the Wizard of Odds.

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