CrownBet Review

While there are many online bookmakers that cater to the Australian market, few are as comprehensive as CrownBet (formally known as BetEasy/BetEzy). Licensed in Northern Territory with offices located in Sydney, CrownBet technically launched in 2005 by A. Kay bookmaker. It was then purchased by Matthew Tripp, the former owner of Sportsbet, and more recently acquired by James Packer’s Crown Resorts – where we find it in it’s current form.

CrownBet provides betting services to an exclusively Australian audience in horse racing and a variety of sports including cricket, soccer, football and even MMA fighting as well as popular foreign sports like American football and basketball.

Website Design

CrownBet boasts a generic three-column layout that most bettors are familiar with. Races and sports are on the left, current odds are in the middle and your Betting Slip is to the right. While the UI isn’t Flash-based, it’s responsive and full-featured enough to enable fairly seamless usability in everyday scenarios. Furthermore, CrownBet features apps for iOS and Android that allow for betting from any location.

Racing Features

As an online portal that began life as a race-betting exchange, CrownBet is unsurprisingly geared towards placing racing wagers. Whether it’s horses or hounds you’re interested in playing, CrownBet has plenty of ways to gamble including Power Plays, Pick The Winner coupons and Place Card options. They also offer frequent Money Back Special promotions for specific races.

CrownBet have also recently announced a partnership with SkyRacing, meaning that all CrownBet members can now view both Sky Racing channels on their computer, phone or tablet, making it infinately easier for racing punters using CrownBet!


Though perhaps its primary focus is racing, CrownBet offers betting on a wide array of sports including domestic football, soccer, rugby, tennis and cricket. Whether you’re interested in parlays or multi-bets, CrownBet enables you to place highly specific bets on practically any event. If you’re interested in betting on foreign competitions, CrownBet also allows wagers on events in such leagues as the English Premier League and the National Basketball Association.

Customer Service

CrownBet isn’t exactly famous for their customer service and support owing to their large size and highly diversified offerings. Regardless, they do provide customers with reliable assistance via telephone, live web chat and email.

Payment Methods

What makes CrownBet so convenient for the average player is the sheer number of accepted payment methods. You can use Visa, MasterCard, POLi, Skrill, BPAY and bank transfers to add funds. Once your account is adequately funded, you can quickly place bets either online or over the phone. To withdraw money, request the desired amount and it’ll be deposited straight back into your bank account.

CrownBet’s simple and familiar betting interface and live betting feature makes it one of Australia’s best bookmakers that you simply must try!

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