What is a bookmaker?
A bookmaker's office is an institution that carries out gambling activities, accepting bets on sporting events from its customers. The probability of this or that outcome or event is calculated by the company's analysts, in accordance with this information, the coefficients are determined. The user of the company can select an event and bet a certain amount on it. If the bet has played, then the client receives a reward in the amount of the bet made, multiplied by the coefficient value. If the bet has not played, then the bet amount goes to the bookmaker.
How to identify a legal bookmaker?
At the beginning of 2021, there are 20 legal bookmakers in Russia. The legality of the company's work is confirmed by a license issued by the Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation. In accordance with it, the office pays taxes on transactions to the state budget, and all disputes that arise between the client and the company can be resolved in the legal field.
How to choose the best bookmaker for betting?
Each bookmaker strives to attract new users and retain experienced players with various interesting features, as well as profitable promotions and bonuses. Among the features of companies that attract bettors are high odds, the presence of a large number of video broadcasts of sporting events, which is very convenient for those customers who prefer to play in Live mode, as well as high-quality and multifunctional mobile applications and variability in the choice of bets. As for the various privilege programs, many offices offer generous welcome bonuses, free bets and promo codes to new players, and tempting VIP offers for regular and active customers.
What are the rules of the game in bookmakers?
According to Russian law, only adult citizens of the country can play bets in bookmakers. In order to become a full-fledged bettor, you need to register in the office, as well as pass verification. Some bookmakers offer to do this offline, at their land-based betting shops (PPS), but online registration and verification is the most common now. In this case, the user independently sends the necessary documents to the office, and then goes through the identification of the person via a video call from the operator of the company's support service.