As you’d expect from a company that has ‘sports’ in its name, Sportsbet has a huge range of sport markets and esports to bet on. The website is split into In-Play and Upcoming, so it’s easy to find what you want.

In addition to moneyline bets (picking a winning team), there are also Over/Under bets, which are wagers on the combined total of points scored by both teams in a game. If you think that the Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks will combine for more than 43 points, you can bet on the Over; if you expect a defensive slugfest that will result in only 27 combined points, you can place a bet on the Under.

The odds on a particular outcome can be changed by a number of factors, including injuries, weather conditions, and overall betting action. When this happens, the sportsbook will adjust the odds to balance the amount of money being wagered on each side of the bet.

A good rule of thumb is that if the betting odds on a particular outcome are above 50%, it’s wise to pass on it. This will save you money and increase your chances of winning.

One thing that separates Sportsbet from other online bookmakers is its group betting feature. This allows a user to create a group with their friends and then add each other’s buy-ins into the bet. The organiser can track the bets’ progress and use emoji reactions to create a fun, immersive social betting experience.