BetWarrior pays out COVID-19 postponed events

BetWarrior has paid out all bets made on events postponed or cancelled by the COVID-19 crisis, allowing punters to regain their winnings even if the competition was to resume later in the year.

The deal will only be available for customers who placed a wager before March 12 and ranges from every sporting vertical including the NBA, La Liga, the Premier League, and the recently-postponed European Championships.

BetWarrior CEO Morten Tonnesen stated: “With question marks over most of the sporting calendar, BetWarrior is delighted to bring some good news to those who placed outright bets on postponed events: you are a winner.

“We are all missing the action from the NBA, the Champions League and more right now, but rest assured the BetWarrior team will continue to provide the best mobile entertainment about. Keep posted for updates, and most importantly, stay safe.”

The bookmaker also revealed that even if the event is completed with a different result, users will still be able to keep the original winnings.

BetWarrior continues to offer a wide range of events and games and it is preparing a full package of promotions and benefits, including the opportunity to bet on non-sporting events, as well as play from a selection of more than 850 casino titles including slots, live dealer, video bingo and more.

Bookmakers are adapting to the current sport-less climate by introducing new solutions, such as non-sport betting. Whilst other firm’s are investing in the esports and virtual industries in order to provide alternative sports to its customers.

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