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Which country owns 1xbet?

Which country owns 1xbet?

Betting, especially sports betting has been popular with people around the world. In many countries like the UK and other European countries, and in many states in the USA, betting is completely legal, and a multi-billion dollar a year business. Each country has its own set of popular bookmakers, both online as well as offline. One such well-known bookmaker is 1xbet. Which country owns 1xbet? Let’s see.

Which country owns 1xbet?

1xbet was first established in 2007, in Russia, as a physical bookmaker. The company operates almost 1000 bookmaking shops across Russia and other CIS countries like Georgia.

In 2011, the company applied for a gaming license with Curacao egaming authority via a company named 1x Corp NV based in Cyprus. Since then, the company has diversified into online sports betting, online casinos, Bingo, and TOTO betting.

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About 1xbet

The company claims to serve almost half a million customers across the globe, including countries from Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and Oceania.

On 1xbet, players can choose to bet on from a selection of almost 1000 events daily. In addition to the outcome bets, there are more than 30 different markets to bet on.

The sports portfolio includes mainstream sports like cricket and football, as well as niche sporting events like curling, water polo, and floorball.

Players can bet on single bets, or accumulator bets as well as TOTO 15 bets. 1x bet offers some of the best odds in the market and even offers `enhanced odds´ in some events under the `Match of the Day´ promotion.

Conclusion

1xbet has emerged to be one of the more popular alternatives in the world of online betting. Although a late entrant in the online world, it has put its bookmaking experience to good use and has attracted customers with its great promotions and bonuses.

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