BETDAQ is one of the biggest betting exchanges in the world with its registered office based at Suites 6-8, 5th Floor, Europort, Gibraltar. BETDAQ is the major competitor to Betfair and SMARKETS in the betting exchange space. In 2013 it was acquired by Ladbrokes plc, but has since become part of the larger LadbrokesCoral plc group from 1st November 2017 after the final completion of the merger between the two high street betting giants. For exchange punters this is a great partnership as it means that many punters who were only betting in the shops will now be given incentives to bet via the Betdaq exchange. This provides more liquidity for all exchange layers and bettors.
The Betdaq site runs on one of the most secure and technologically advanced systems, which is operated by Exchange Platform Solutions Limited, a company licensed by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission This platform is responsible for matching more than £75m worth of bets from customers and brokerages around the world each week, so when you bet with BETDAQ you know that your bet is backed by the strength and security of a global business.
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Deposit & Withdrawals
The deposit options available with Betdaq are vast and include the main ones which are Visa and Mastercard debit cards, Visa Electron cards as well as e-wallets. The main e-wallets can be used such as Paypal, Skrill and Neteller.
By Phone: IRE 01 556 6222, UK : 08701781 021, International : +353 1 556 6222 By Email: [email protected] By Fax: +353 1 556 6296
Betdaq is licensed and regulated by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission License Number 003367
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Odds format & betting margin
Decimal As a betting exchange you will only see decimal odds available. The reason for this is that an exchange is exactly that. It is like a normal stock exchange where prices move in something called ticks (or 1/100ths) These ticks allow for both backers and layers to trade. It also provides more competition for people wishing to back at a price or lay at a price.
As a betting exchange Betdaq does not have any limits on winnings. You are only limited by the liquidity of a market. If their are enough layers you can win as much as possible.
Types of bets
Of course Betdaq has a main focus on trading and exchange peer to peer betting. they also have multiples betting on selected sports and pool betting on football.
As an exchange, the number of sports offered is more limited due to the nature of exchange betting. They currently have 16 different sports to bet on.
Betdaq of course offer in-play and live betting being an exchange. Here you are betting against other punters, also known as “peer to peer” betting. You can either be the bookmaker (lay a price) or the punter (back a price) Odds are offered on all sports, with horse racing being one of the most common sports for in running betting.
Live streaming is available on Betdaq and the minimum stake to watch an event/horse race is £5
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Date: 15 December 2017
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Website URL: betdaq.com
Products: Exchange, Sports Multiples, Casino, Virtuals and Sports Pools.