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    The long awaited ESPN BET is finally available, coming just in time for the second half of the 2023 NFL season. Operated by PENN Entertainment, this new sportsbook is capitalising on the existing user base in many states as well as the current in house betting tech, and will be set to give some of the well established sportsbooks in the US a run for their money. 

    ESPN BET is effectively a rebrand of the Barstool Sportsbook, so users who have an account there will simply be able to log in and enjoy a fresh look with a new brand partnership. 

    ESPN Bet Pros & Cons

    • ESPN's official betting app
    • Uses Penn Interactive technology
    • Lots of global leagues
    • Solid promotions
    • Limited number of sports
    • Live betting is not great
    • No real ESPN integration
    Bonus offers
    Betting variety
    Mobile experience
    Payment options
    Betting experience
    Customer Service
    Overall Rating

    ESPN BET Review

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    Formerly knows as Barstool Sportsbook, the recently rebranded ESPN Bet is easily one of the biggest names in sport to ever get involved in the online betting scene. And in short, we are disappointed with ESPN Bet. While the actual betting on the sportsbook is solid, with plenty of markets and lots of global leagues to wager on - the excitement built around the worlds largest sports media and stats brand jumping into betting has left us a bit curious why the site is still so 'standard.'

    What We Expected From ESPN Bet

    PENN Entertainment and ESPN are both huge respected brands, so our expectations for ESPN Bet were quite high, especially considering how it was kept under wraps for so long before launching. 

    At Bookies Bonuses we expected to see a fresh new take on sports betting with proper integration to the ESPN stats, news, and game previews that are posted on the traditional sports news site. Or at the very least solid link between the two so bettors could get some good insight into the matchup they want to wager on. 

    What We Got From ESPN Bet

    ESPN Bet launched as a rebranded Barstool Sportsbook, with some updated images and a new color scheme. And honestly that's pretty much it. 

    ESPN Bet is a fresh coat of paint on an average sports betting site

    There is nothing wrong with ESPN Bet, in fact it's actually a pretty decent sports betting since, albeit a bit basic. But we've not seen ESPN dominate the sports world for decades only to expect average when they jump into sports betting. 

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