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Intertops

Established: 1983 Jurisdiction: Antigua and Barbuda
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Intertops welcomes players from United States

At Intertops, the betting experience is not very different from what you would normally get in a regular betting website. While the manners and methods of the website are quite standard, you will see some subtle differences in the way Intertops deals with sports betting.

Despite being one of the first few sportsbooks to create an online presence (1996), Intertops have only managed to slowly come through the ranks. The company, itself, has been around since 1983 and that means that they have enough experience to show for their years of hard work and dedication to the sportsbook industry.

Basic Overview

The website seems like it will be a downer but the moment you reach the sportsbook section, from the landing page, you are in for a pleasant surprise. A lot of care has been taken to make the website look pleasing. There is advertising and despite their garish colour schemes, it has a tasteful look about it.

The left-hand section only contains a basic list of the sports on offer and that means, you don’t have to browse through an unnecessary long list to get to where you want. However, that also means that you have to go a bit extra if you are interested in something a little off-beat.

The fonts, at first, may seem a little tight but they aren’t. The subtle features, like displaying the number of markets available in each sport, on mouse-over, are interesting and another pleasant surprise. Once you click on a sport, only the bet-display area changes while the main & left menu bars remain. This ensures quicker loading.

As in every top-end bookmaker, Intertops is quite simple to join. All you need to do is fill in a simple form and you are good to start betting, all in a couple of minutes. At Intertops, you don’t need to enter the billing or deposition method details at the time of registration.

Placing a bet is quite systematic and strangely satisfying on Intertops. When you click on a sport, it will give you all the events or leagues, from around the world, which Intertops caters to. Then, you are sent to the page that contains the actual win-loss event outcome bet prices for each of those events.

Each market has a link for “more bets” on the side. This takes you to the page with more markets pertaining to that particular event. Once you pick a price to bet on, the page shrinks to reveal a betting slip on the side. The website, thereon, works as a normal sportsbook would.

You pick your price and it is sent to the betting slip. You enter your stake and the winnings are instantly displayed on the side.

Intertops are one of the oldest and long lasting sportsbooks today and that is also due to their ability to give decent odds. Without pushing the limits too much, the odds are decent enough to encourage customers, even new ones, to bet lavishly.

For experienced bookies, Intertops may not always be the best option for betting but they do tend to throw up the odd surprise. However, the rate of that surprise showing up is almost as good as that for any sportsbook on the planet.

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Restricted Countries

Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Aruba, Aland Islands, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Botswana, Bouvet Island, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Comoros, Cote d’Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), France, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greenland, Guernsey, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Iraq, Isle of Man, Jersey, Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Norfolk Island, Palestinian Territories, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Saint Bartelemey, Saint Helena, Somalia, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Sudan, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Swaziland, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, United Kingdom, United States, United States, Virgin Islands, U.S., Uganda, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, British, Western Sahara, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Intertops Bonuses and Promos

Intertops welcome bonus is quite a lucrative one. In fact, they offer various kinds of welcome bonuses depending on your preference. You have 200% match bet up to $50 bonus, 100% match bet up to $100 and 50% match up to $200. These sign up bonuses come with certain rules, so it is recommended that you read them thoroughly before making your choice. You can also opt for a $20 free sign-up bet. You get this upon making a deposit of the same amount or more and wagering it on an event of your choice.

Apart from this welcome bonuses, there are several promotional deals throughout the year, which Intertops uses to reward its loyal customer base.

Payment & Withdrawal Options

Deposit methods:

Credits and debit cards like Visa, MasterCard and American Express can be used to make deposits, the limit being $1,000 per transaction.Bitcoin is also available to make deposits, the limit for this option is between $10 - $10,000.E-Wallets such as Neteller, Skrill and Ecopayz are also available, with minimum deposit amount varying across each method.Other options such as Sofort, Money Global and Paysafe can also be utilized to make deposits at Intertops.

Withdrawal methods:

Same deposit methods can be used to make withdrawals.Bitcoin can be used, where the limit is between $100 - $2,500 per week.The option of using a cheque is also available, but only to US customers.Bank Wire Transfer is among the simplest ways to withdraw funds and the limit here is $150 - $2,500 per week.E-Wallets such as Neteller, Skrill and Ecopayz are also available to make withdrawals. While there is no limit for Skrill, the other twooptions come with a withdrawal limit of $2,500.EU SEPA Bank Transfer is also available for those patrons who have a bank account in Europe.

Customer Support

Intertops are quite good in this aspect. While the company has had a few bad spots in the past, with their payouts, things have improved. The entire experience becomes a bit slow and tedious whenever a bigger event is approaching. However that is more because of heavier traffic than anything else.

The customer service is polite and adequate and in case your problem is a bit more severe, you are likely to find able assistance early enough.

Languages

English, Deutsch

Live Betting

Live Betting is available for all the popular sports and can be enjoyed seamlessly. Be it hockey or football, simply choose your live event of choice and place your live bets.

Mobile Betting

While Intertops hasn’t got a dedicated mobile app, their website is mobile friendly! This means that you can use your device on the go to bet on your favorite event, without having to worry about compatibility.

Markets

On an average, there are over 4,000 markets available on Intertops at any given time. There are enough markets for each event and customers are likely to find exactly what they are looking for, as long as they look hard enough.

Overall, the offerings are aplenty and there is enough for everyone to find something of their own interest. There are other options to consider as well, such as non-sporting events, politics and even stock market.

Conclusion

Intertops is one of the older names in the world of Sportsbooks and have been known to deal with both online and bricks & mortar stores. They remain one of the more pleasant betting experiences online and this despite not being too impressive on the prices they offer.

The allowances on $1 bets ensure that bookies of all kinds, especially low-rollers, have a great time with Intertops. The overall rating for such a bookmaker would be quite high even though you wouldn’t go as far to put them on the same plane as Bwin or Ladbrokes.

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