Acquired by Ladbrokes in 2013, BETDAQ is another betting exchange similar to Betfair, with the exception that they do not have Betfair’s infamous ‘Premium Charge’. Since Betfair introduced this charge, Bet-Football have noticed the increase in Betdaq’s markets offering and also liquidity across the whole of their product. Betdaq charges a commission of 4%.
Betdaq offer a competitive football product both pre-match and in-play, which is probably their strongest sport. Betdaq do not limit or restrict any of their customers, they charge a starting commission of 4%.
Compared with Betfair, Betdaq lack liquidity in many markets, particularly in in-running horseracing and sports outside of football. Bet-Football encourage exchange users to trade with Betdaq.
• Licensed and regulated in Alderney with operations in Ireland
• Established in 2000, sold to Ladbrokes in 2013
• Support numerous currencies including GBP, EUR, SGD and USD
• 100% settlement – You win 100% of your bet with NO premium charge
• Fast settlement of events & fast pay-outs
• Very low spreads on most major sporting events, no bookmakers’ over-rounds
• Improving liquidity throughout their offerings – particularly football
• Average max bet on Asian Handicap for Premier league can be in the thousands
• Welcomes arbitrage players – in fact they encourage arbers
• Cash out facility in-play
• Fantastic reputation in the UK and Ireland
• Low standard commission rates