BetOWI Sportsbook Review
Welcome to our BetOWI review!
We’re going to take a couple of minutes of your time to give you some facts behind this sportsbook/casino combo.
Then you can use those facts to decide whether to join or look elsewhere.
But one word of caution – our opinion of BetOWI is much different than what other sportsbook review portals think of them.
You’ll have to read on to find out if that’s a good thing or not, though, and if we still recommend them as a sportsbook.
Mobile-Friendly Sports Betting and Casino Games
When I reviewed BetOWI, the first thing that crossed my mind is they’re a sportsbook better suited for intermediate and advanced bettors.
I say that because I was confused when I tried to navigate their site.
Let me explain.
When you first log-in these are the options you’ll see:
- Bet It All
- Round Robins
- If Win Only
- If Win or Tie
- Lose Only
- If Lose or Tie
- Compact Round Robin
- Key Parlay
- If Bets
(And there are others.)
Being a newer bettor myself I don’t have a clue what these options are. I recognize the straight bet option and I have heard of round robins and parlays.
Only when you click on one of these options will you be able to choose a sport and then the types of bets you want to make.
This is backward compared to most other sportsbooks I’ve reviewed. You start with the sports first, then choose the type of bet and game/odds.
And I think that’s the easiest setup for beginners.
Other than that their betting section was straightforward.
It’s small, too. The sports (markets) you can bet on include:
- Canada Football
- NCAA Football and Basketball
- Horse Racing
They just cover the basics. If you want robust selection you’ll have to go elsewhere.
BetOWI has a casino, too.
What I found interesting about their casino is that it’s split into two. When you click on the casino tab you’ll be asked to choose from two options – Fortuna or Casa Blanca.
Each section will have a slightly different selection of casino games. They’re standard options, though, such as Spanish blackjack, baccarat, craps, roulette, pai gow poker, video poker and some slot machines.
I’d like it better if they would just merge the two casinos together. It’d be a better user-experience since you wouldn’t have to bounce back and forth.
On the bright side both the sportsbook and casino are mobile-ready.