Pros and Cons
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Founded as an on-course bookmaker by the name of Star Racing in 1999, Star Sports has grown into one of the leading bookmakers for big money bets and pride themselves on their ‘exclusive, discrete and personalised’ service for loyal customers. Now based in Brighton, the site is continuing to grow whilst remaining dedicated to the aspects that made it popular with big money punters in the first place.
New Customer Offer
Although there are no new customer offers available on the Star Sports website at the moment, they do offer a bunch of loyalty bonuses for the players who stick with them. You can also earn a £50 free bet if you refer a friend, with the bets credited once your referral has placed 5 bets of £20 or more. Terms and conditions apply.
You must apply to open an account and you can do so by filling out the application form for a credit account on the site or by requesting a callback for a debit account.
Part of the reason for the rebrand from Star Racing to Star Sports back in 2009 was the larger array of markets that the site now covers. Of course, their background is in racing and their knowledgeable team are able to aid you in these bets but they now offer markets in plenty of sports from the more popular football and tennis bets right through to more obscure events like Table Tennis and Gaelic Football.
Odds are largely competitive, particularly in the racing department and although they perhaps lack the variety of some of the more well-known brands, the depth of markets available on individual events such as Premier League football matches is strong and continuing to develop.
Star Sports are a brand that are aware of their strengths and have continued to build a strong reputation among big money bettors. Although perhaps not the brand to go with if you’re a casual punter looking for the occasional flutter, they offer plenty of loyalty bonuses plus an exclusive and personalised experienced for the high-rollers and are only continuing to grow and improve.