WagerWeb.com Online Sportsbook, Casino Joins the Gambling911.com Family

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/21/2012
WagerWeb.com Joins the Gambling911.com Family

Gambling911.com is thrilled to announce the return of WagerWeb.com to its portfolio of fine online sportsbooks just in time for March Madness.

For those of you not familiar with this fine brand, WagerWeb was one of the first companies to enter the world of offshore sports betting that catered to the North American sports bettor in 1994.  They started off in Aruba operating a sportsbook from the Wyndham Hotel as Casablanca Sportsbook before eventually relocating to the Web gambling hub of beautiful San Jose, Costa Rica.  This was actually one of the first books I personally can remember stumbling upon their advertisement in a magazine prior to entering this industry way back when. 

WagerWeb.com is known for its excellent customer retention and this year they began a rather aggressive affiliate marketing campaign.  Long time online gambling affiliate marketing expert Marty Davis was brought on to help take the program to the next level . Anyone who had an affiliate account with GCS Sports/Nine.com back in the day will remember Mr. Davis.  Gambling911.com realizes that a lot of US-based affiliates have been struggling over the past year due to the changing climate of the industry, so WagerWeb.com definitely offers an excellent opportunity for growth potentialOnline Casino Available to Promote.

What WagerWeb.com has to offer its gambling clients: 

-       100% Deposit Bonuses – up to $1000. 

-       25% Refer a friend bonus

-       FREE Same Day payouts

-       Exceptional English Speaking Customer Service Agents

-       Fast and Easy Credit Card deposits

-       Player can buy up to 5 points

-       17 – 21 point teasers (football season only)

-       Taking wagers since 1994

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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