Bookmaker Absorbs Bet Canadian and Las Palmas

Published Friday, January 01, 2010 -

Bet Canadian and Las Palmas, are two small but well established sports betting web sites. As another example of consolidation in online gambling operations globally, the much larger company BookMaker, has taken over these firms.

Bookmaker's quality of service and well known bookmaking experience of more than twenty years in the business, has given them a well deserved reputation. BookMaker's aim is to serve both professional and recreational players. “Where the Line Originates” is a slogan that rings true for sports book enthusiasts world wide. BookMaker provides a safe and secure sports betting platform on sporting events, as well as horse racing, online casino games, poker, bingo and mobile betting from almost anywhere at any time. The take over is regarded as mutually beneficial for all parties allowing all of those concerned to expand and move forward. Las Palmas since 2001 has had a positive outlook, but in recent times, earlier last year has had trouble with pay outs. Members were not happy with the very slow returns on winnings, a problem that Bookmaker says will soon be resolved. Bookmaker has revealed that the Las Palmas brand will remain as it is while the service level will be brought up to par with the standards of Bookmaker.

Bookmaker's Chief Executive Officer, Mickey Richardson, had this to say about the deal, "Maintaining our growth strategy is critical for us, and we continue to achieve our goals by finding strong players in the industry that can complete our wide range of products, or by sharing our benefits with customers that have been playing with other companies through the acquisition,"

Bookmaker, continues to have higher rates of success than most other sports betting sites in the North American betting market. The prohibition on payment processing for online gambling in the USA has made things more difficult in recent months but Bookmaker still is a trusted source on which to place wagers with confidence.





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