Smarkets is an online betting exchange where you can trade odds on so many different sports. With only 2% flat commission, it’s one of the most competitive exchanges out there. Follow their account @Smarkets as they post loads of great betting content as well as keeping people updated with their app. Also, they Tweet special promotions too, so you have to be on the ball with that.
For keen horse racing lovers, you need to follow @racingaheadmag on Twitter. They’re the largest racing magazine in the UK and are the best source for horse racing news, tips, and so many other cool features. Definitely worth a follow if you want to keep updated with all the races.
The Non-League Paper
Betting on professional football can sometimes get frustrating – betting on non-league football is way more fun! The Non-League Paper offers the most trusted coverage of non-league football throughout the UK. Their account @NonLeaguePaper will keep you updated with all the goings on, and also provides a few tips on the best bets of each matchday. Give them a follow if you want to spice up your football betting.
If its tips you’re after, then @GeekyGambler is well worth a cheeky follow. They have so many tips that are posted regularly, along with links to some of the best free bets and offers around the web.
Paddy Power are one of the largest bookmakers in the UK and also one of the funniest on twitter, Their timeline is constantly updated with great banter, and they also Tweet out loads of special offers that are exclusive to Twitter followers. Follow @paddypower to enjoy all this goodness.
If you don’t know Guillem he’s one of the top football journalists around. His account is @GuillemBalague, and he’s constantly tweeting about the sport by posting blog posts and his views on matches. He’s usually the first person with an inside scoop at some of the top Spanish clubs too, which can help bettors during transfer window time.
It’s always handy when you can find a stream of the match/event you’ve placed a bet on. With @UkSportsTvGuide you have all this information at your fingertips. Their website shows you where all the live sports is being shown on UK TV and online. Follow their Twitter account, and they’ll tweet out all this info so you can find out where to watch your bets unfold.
Sky Sports are always one of the first accounts to tweet about major events in the sports world. As a sports bettor, you need to be in tune with what’s happening. They cover all the major sports in the UK and even dabble in some overseas stuff too. Their account is @SkySports, and you should follow them to stay in the loop and never miss a beat in the sporting industry.