How ‘easy-on-the eye’ is Cashpoint website?
Cashpoint is no new sports betting site, as they first burst into the Australian bookmarking scene in 1996. Since then, the bookmaker has transformed into a large-scale operation with an extensive online platform and more than 5,000 outlets.
On visiting the site, you will notice they have rebranded, or in the UK at least to Xtip Sports Betting. Note that it is pretty much the same scheme, and features you get at Cashpoint you will still get at Xtip.
At first sight, what you will first notice about the Cashpoint website is that it isn’t the easiest to navigate due to its unusual design. Nevertheless, you will find it quite intuitive after taking your time with it. At the top of the website, you will find the sign-up or sign in feature. After logging in, you can search for tournaments and matches using the options listed on the left of the homepage. You can even filter the games by sports, league, and country. Additionally, the Cashpoint website features up to 10 different languages, including English, Italian, Polish, and so on.