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888Sport Login888Sport has enjoyed tremendous traction since launching in March 2008, already controlling the 10th most popular sportsbook. The history of the group (888 Holdings) dates back to 1997 through the Ben-Yitzhak brothers (Ron and Shay) and the Shaked brothers (Aaron and Avi). There are various brands today split across varied markets including 888Bingo, 888Casino and 888Poker. Great strides have been made across each sector. Bingo has in particular been a pioneering niche. The main company is joined by 888Ladies, but they importantly provide the software for such big players as Foxy, Moon, Wink etc. This is through their Dragonfish subsidiary. Swift progression in sports has been aided by their Bet You Can TV ad campaign.


Factoring their age it would be asking a lot for them to be troubling the major web-only betting companies (Bet365, Betfair, Sky Bet etc). The same goes for the retail giants with all those years of experience behind them such as Coral, Ladbrokes and William Hill. It is more likely that they are looking to take business away from more evenly matched brands (based on popularity) such as Betfred and BetVictor. The 888 sport operation has certainly progressed incredibly well overtaking such established names as Betway, Boylesports, Stan James, Totesport and Unibet. To continue to progress it will be important to maintain their advertising push and also invest in their platform to get the edge.


This platform was developed by Kambi Sports Solutions. On reaching you’ll spot the 888Sport login on the top right side. The upper theme starts orange with black below this. Darker layouts (alike that of Bet365) always look more smooth. When scanning across pages we did notice that there was usually a scrolling issue. Their Live Betting area is designed well and many markets are catered. It was interesting to see that rather than a matched deposit bonus, they instead triple the odds of your first bet (between £5 and £10). An evens £10 punt could get you £30 profit. It might be worth trying out this deal on an away team to make the return worth it.

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