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Hi fox, what has happened?




Hey BB, i have that account for a years, and 2month ago i made deposit there, some 800euros, and bet on one game, i won but BWIN said; ye you won but your account is closed and you cant make withdrawal because of it. Interesting isnt it? are there some people who had same experience?
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FOX Wrote:


Hey BB, i have that account for a years, and 2month ago i made deposit there, some 800euros, and bet on one game, i won but BWIN said; ye you won but your account is closed and you cant make withdrawal because of it. Interesting isnt it? are there some people who had same experience?


You have to contact the authority, where they are regulated. Bwin are suffering under customer decrease for years. One of the reason is there bad behaviours in such cases. Such stories like yours are known for years. Bwin is a Bookmaker for Beginners and they don`t like winners.
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bb Wrote:


You have to contact the authority, where they are regulated. Bwin are suffering under customer decrease for years. One of the reason is there bad behaviours in such cases. Such stories like yours are known for years. Bwin is a Bookmaker for Beginners and they don`t like winners.


Waitting answer from them, hope they will back my money.
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Hi FOX, friends of mine had same problems they won a couple of times big money with not that big stakes, they did pay them but one guys account was closed after that and the other have a winning limit of 500 euro, but I personally never had problems with BWIN.
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I'm too using BWIN, they will limit only if you bet big sums.
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FOX Wrote:


Waitting answer from them, hope they will back my money.


Maybe you have some news? Or they have returnt your money?
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adebade Wrote:

I'm too using BWIN, they will limit only if you bet big sums.


Hello adebade, how much is big? I place few bets €200 and €150, both win, but still don't get any limits.
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It's about €200- 400, if you place this sum you will be limited.
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adebade Wrote:

It's about €200- 400, if you place this sum you will be limited.


Ok, thanks for helping I will not exceed this sum.
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Hello, I placed a £10 bet at 3/1 which I won. I received £30 winnings, but did not get my £10 stake back. This was not a free bet or promotion. Despite numerous contacts to their customer service team they have been unable to rectify this or explain why the stake is not returned, as it would be with every reputable betting company I have ever used.
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miller3 Wrote:

Hello, I placed a £10 bet at 3/1 which I won. I received £30 winnings, but did not get my £10 stake back. This was not a free bet or promotion. Despite numerous contacts to their customer service team they have been unable to rectify this or explain why the stake is not returned, as it would be with every reputable betting company I have ever used.


Interesting situation, bwin is respectable company, usually they don't do that, maybe you should try again contact to support.
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miller3 Wrote:

Hello, I placed a £10 bet at 3/1 which I won. I received £30 winnings, but did not get my £10 stake back. This was not a free bet or promotion. Despite numerous contacts to their customer service team they have been unable to rectify this or explain why the stake is not returned, as it would be with every reputable betting company I have ever used.


Hello, Friends of mine had same problems they won a couple of times big money with not that big stakes, they did pay them but did not get back stake because support say that he's broke rules.
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bwin launches blockbuster campaign for Russia 2018

GVC Holdings’ European sports betting subsidiary bwin, has announced the launch of its World Cup Russia 2018 multi-vertical marketing campaign ‘Who Stole the Cup?’

Continuing its ‘blockbuster approach’ to promoting its sportsbook product, bwin marketing details that ‘Who Stole the Cup?’ is the sequel to 2017’s European-wide ‘The Race’ campaign.

bwin latest marketing campaign is produced by Spanish director Pedro Martin-Calero and features football legends Maradona, Cafu and Stefan Effenburg, alongside former Real Madrid manager, Vicente del Bosque.

“Each of the football legend suspects, feature across all channels of the campaign from TV, out of home and online. From the teaser phase all the way through to the reveal of who the dastardly thief was, the audience will be left guessing” details bwin marketing launching ‘Who Stole the Cup?’.

The new campaign will run across bwin core territories of Germany, Austria, Greece, Spain, Italy, France, UK, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden, with bookmaker releasing behind-the-scenes interviews on bwin.com

bwin’s campaign has been developed by international creative agency BBH Sport and will form part of its wider ‘Live the Action’ brand marketing initiatives.

GVC Holdings Chief Marketing Officer Adam Lewis commented on the campaign launch:

“Being smart, creative and bold is in GVC’s DNA and again our teams have delivered with this blockbuster World Cup campaign, it will entertain and engage our players and audiences globally, plus reinforce bwin’s position as Europe’s leading and most innovative sportsbook.”
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bwin extends partnership with La Liga giants

bwin has announced the renewal of its sponsorship agreement with this season’s Europa League winners Atlético Madrid.

The fresh agreement means that the partnership will continue for at least two more season through to the 2020 season.

The GVC owned online betting brand will retain its status as the club’s official online gaming and betting partner, with the operator continuing to benefit from branding placement on advertising boards during games at the Atlético’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium.

Pablo Ferreira, head of marketing at bwin, said: “The association of bwin with Atlético de Madrid is in good health and for us it was a priority to ensure its continuity.

“We could not have chosen a better time to announce this renewal now that we celebrate the third Europa League win for the team; we hope to continue growing and making history with Atleti for many more years.”

The relationship between bwin and Atletico Madrid has gone from strength to strength since it commenced last February, with the pair working together on a variety of initiatives.

bwin also recently unveiled its Hollywood style World Cup marketing campaign, ‘Who Stole the Cup?’ The campaign is produced by Spanish director Pedro Martin-Calero and features football legends Maradona, Cafu and Stefan Effenburg, alongside former Real Madrid manager, Vicente del Bosque.

It will run across bwin core territories of Germany, Austria, Greece, Spain, Italy, France, UK, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden, with bookmaker releasing behind-the-scenes interviews on bwin.com

The campaign has been developed by international creative agency BBH Sport and will form part of its wider ‘Live the Action’ brand marketing initiatives.
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Olympiacos completes mega-sponsorship deal with Bwin

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Olympiacos reached a new and quite important agreement regarding its new major sponsor.

Olympiacos Piraeus has closed a sponsorship deal with betting company Bwin that will now be the major sponsor of the Greek EuroLeague powerhouse.

The deal, that is expected to be announced in the following days, will bring over €10 million euros over a span of five years to the Greek club. The agreement between the two sides includes extra bonuses for team successes, like winning titles.

Olympiacos also turns its attention to the creation of a new indoor arena in the Hellinikon suburban area of Athens, according to Greek newspaper “Fos”. The management of Olympiacos has entered discussions with the “Lamda Development” company to build a sports complex that will belong exclusively to the club.
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bwin puts World Cup star at the forefront of Poker promotion

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bwin has launched the Hazard Series, an all new poker tournament line-up featuring bwin’s brand ambassador, Belgium World Cup phenomenon, Eden Hazard.

The headline event will offer nine players the incredible opportunity to qualify to sit down in the flesh with Eden and take him on for a £10k prize pool.

Adam Lewis, Chief Marketing Officer at bwin commented: “We wanted to reinvigorate bwin’s poker offer and with the Hazard Series we have done just that. Eden is quite simply world class and we think we have built a new series that does him justice. It is a great pleasure that, at the same time, we can help support One Drop and the incredible work they do to improve the lives of some of the poorest people in our global community.”

Qualification for the ‘Play with Eden’ event is completely free, via weekly Sunday night freeroll tournaments up until 9 September. And what’s more, bwin is also donating €1 for every player that enters a freeroll to our charity partner One Drop, the charity that works in countries around the world, to provide life-changing access to safe water and sanitation. To kick off the campaign, bwin is guaranteeing One Drop a minimum of €50,000, building up to a possible maximum of €200,000, depending on the number of entrants.

Commenting on the launch, Eden Hazard stated: “I’m excited to be launching the Hazard Series with bwin. I really enjoy Poker and the unique psychological challenge it offers me. More importantly, it’s great that through the Hazard Series bwin will be supporting such a vital charity as One Drop. Let’s play together and change the game.”

Alexandre Meunier, Senior Director of Special Initiatives of One Drop, added:“We are delighted that bwin is supporting our mission to provide safe water and sanitation to the most vulnerable communities around the world. Partnering with an international organization such as bwin will bring much needed funds to the sector and will help raise awareness around the global water and sanitation crisis. Once again the poker community shows its commitment towards achieving universal and equitable access to safe water for all by 2030.”

Through the Hazard Series players can also win a place to represent Eden on Team Hazard at the UK Millions. Regular tournament buy-ins start at £1 to win a £5,300 seat at the UK Millions main event, featuring a guaranteed prize pool of £5 million.
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