Some good news for all the UK-based sports betting and casino fanatics based out there – Stake.com is now rolling out in the United Kingdom and the crypto betting and gaming operator now delivers all the same betting action as the original website.
This new UK platform, Stake.uk.com, offers its customers various forms of betting and gaming entertainment, including a world-class online casino, a sports betting platform and the option to bet on virtual sports.
Stake.uk.com is licensed with the UK Gambling Commission and is powered by TGP (The Gaming Platform), which is a company that supplies white label gaming solutions and tailor-made gaming platforms to its partners.
Dominic Rae, Sponsorships Manager for Stake.com commented on the move:
Following a successful launch our UK-facing and licensed website stake.uk.com is now live, offering sportsbook, casino and gaming products to the UK,”
“Customers will have access to a range of sportsbook markets including odds coverage of unique betting events in esports as well as a full suite of responsible gambling tools, designed to offer a safe and entertaining experience to all customers.”
The new UK Stake platform can be accessed via mobile and desktop devices and the platform also operates in line with UK licensing regulations and offers responsible gambling tools allowing players to take time-outs, set deposit limits, and even exclude themselves from the platform if they wish.
The best part is that Stake.com is also a verified member of the Crypto Gambling Foundation, meaning that this state-of-the-art betting platform meets all the necessary transparency, and most importantly, fairness requirements. However, since it’s a UK-orientated platform, all transactions are processed in fiat currencies and cryptos will not be accepted as a form of payment.
Stake.com from a global perspective
The original Stake.com was launched in 2017 and the company has shown immense growth ever since. As a whole, Stake processes over 30 billion bets annually – and that’s “billion” with a “b”!
And although the UK platform does not accept cryptos, Stake is still responsible for handling around 5% of Bitcoin transactions worldwide, and also around 10% of Dogecoin transactions which is astonishing, to say the least.
Why? Because this world-renowned operator has come up with a winning recipe for their product and the players seem to love it, which says a lot about the quality of the Stake.com experience.
Currently, Stake’s most dominant markets are those in Latin America and Canada. But the launch of the new UK-based platform is part of the company’s global growth strategy as they look to further expand their reach on a global scale, so if the UK players take the bait then Stake’s core markets may change in the near future.