Date: 22.05.2024

by Mateusz Mazur

Betway Exits the Polish Market After Troubled Tenure

Recent developments confirm that Betway, a brand under Super Group, will not resume operations in Poland after a temporary suspension. This marks the end of Betway’s tumultuous journey in the market.

A Rocky Start

From the outset, Betway’s entry into the Polish market was problematic. Launched just over a year ago, the company’s debut was plagued with issues, making it one of the poorest launches in the history of the legal Polish market.

Initially, there was some leniency towards Betway as new products often have a roadmap for improvements. However, the anticipated enhancements never materialized, sealing Betway’s fate.

The multitude of errors on their website—from typographical mistakes and poor translations to frequent 404 errors—painted a picture of unprofessionalism.

These issues indicated that Betway’s Polish market entry was handled by an inexperienced team, a suspicion that is now confirmed.

A Decline in Quality

It was hoped that Betway’s performance could only improve from its dismal start, but the opposite proved true. The bookmaker continued to operate with subpar services for several months.

In January, Betway announced a suspension of operations, promising a return with a refined product. Unfortunately, it has now been confirmed that Betway will not be making a comeback in Poland.

Players have received communication from Betway ensuring that their deposits will be refunded.

Initially, Betway seemed like a credible player, being listed on the New York Stock Exchange. However, numerous warning signs emerged post-launch, indicating the company might not contribute positively to the Polish betting market.