I have a SportsBetting.com account. Do I need to sign up for a MaximBet account?
No, there is no need too. Just use your SportsBetting.com login details to sign in to MaximBet. The Same email address and Same password, just like before.
I had money in my SportsBetting.com account. What happens to it?
When you sign into MaximBet, your cash will be awaiting you. Every single penny. Nothing changes.
Will my bet history and existing bets be available?
Absolutely. All of your betting information remains intact.
Is the MaximBet sportsbook experience different?
MaximBet works the same way as SportsBetting.com. The same features and bet slips, just a different look. But we’re working hard to bring you some big enhancements, so stay tuned.
I really enjoyed the promotions at SportsBetting.com. What can I look forward to at MaximBet?
The promotions you know and love are waiting for you at MaximBet and we’re building promotions that are bigger, better, and completely unexpected. Watch for them.
What happens to the rewards program?
We’ve seen an overwhelming response to our rewards program, which we recently launched and we’re happy to announce that it’s here to stay. So keep racking up those points for Free Bet Credits.
Any other changes I should know about?
We’re always working hard to improve your experience. We aren’t ready to take the wraps off the big stuff quite yet, but we know you’ll love what’s around the corner.
Who is behind MaximBet?
Carousel Group, the same people behind SportsBetting.com, brings you MaximBet.
Why are you becoming MaximBet?
We wanted to build a betting experience with a big personality — and one that made sense for our members. The market is crowded with betting brands that don’t really offer anything different. We wanted to create something unique that mixes betting with lifestyle in a big, bold way. Maxim checked every single box.
What’s your relationship with Maxim?
Carousel Group and Maxim have a commercial brand licensing agreement. Carousel Group owns MaximBet and Maxim allows Carousel Group to use its brand under commercial conditions.
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