Transparent betting exchange, betconnect, offers 0% commission on all matched football bets placed in August

London – 9th August 2019 – betconnect is celebrating the start of the English Football Premier League by offering 0% commision on all matched football bets placed in August. In addition, all new Pro bettor accounts will now pay 0% commission on matched bets across all sports for their first month (31 days).

Launched in February 2019, betconnect is the world’s first transparent betting exchange, offering punters the chance to get Bet Requests from Pro sports bettors who are restricted by traditional bookmakers.  

betconnect punters already enjoy 0% commission on all bets, unlike competing exchanges such as betfair, Betdaq, Smarkets and Matchbook, which all charge at least 2%.

CEO of betconnect, Dan Schreiber, commented: “Having dealt with betting restrictions for over 20 years, I’ve seen how the industry penalizes those who know what they’re doing, whether that’s through restricted accounts or confusing commission rates. I started betconnect to make gambling fairer for informed sport bettors and to give regular punters the inside edge. With the introduction of the 0% commission offers, that’s exactly what it’s doing.” 

betconnect’s standard rates are already among the lowest in the industry, with only 1% commission on football, no premium charges, and horse-racing commission that’s only paid on the stake and not the winnings. Exclusive discounts are also available to high-volume bettors. 

betconnect is quietly disrupting the UK sports betting industry and taking market share at a record rate. The company will continue its commitment to seasonal 0% commission rates with the NFL in September and more sports later in the year. 


betconnect is the world’s first transparent betting exchange, connecting professional

gamblers looking for liquidity with punters looking for an inside edge. is licenced and regulated by the U.K. Gambling Commission (Number:

000-044346-R-323354-001) for customers in Great Britain.

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