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Type of business Private
Type of site
Online gambling
Available in Multilingual
Founded 1994
Headquarters San Jose, Costa Rica
Area served International (via Internet)
Industry Gambling
Products Bookmaker, Online casino, Financial betting
Current status Open is a privately held online gaming company offering sports betting, casino games, and horse racing. As of June 2015, BetUS is a C- rated sportsbook at[1]


The company accepts bets on sports and horse racing, and operates a casino. Games can be played as instant play using one's web browser.

Proposition wagers[edit]

BetUS offers so-called proposition wagers on current events, celebrities, reality TV and politics. It made headlines by offering odds on the effects of global warming[2] and whether the world will end on 06/06/06.[3]


Prior to requesting a payout, documentation proving that any card(s) to make a deposit is required. This documentation can consist of photocopies of both sides of any credit card used to make a deposit, a photocopy of your state ID card, and a signed authorization form confirming you are the card holder and authorize the transactions.[4]


BetUS offers players deposit bonuses on their initial deposit with the company as well as subsequent "re-ups".

Daily casino promotions, free and featured contests such as betting squares and survivor pools are also available for active customers.


BetUS operates which is a mobile platform of the site. On the mobile site, players can submit sportsbook wagers as well as access the BetUS mobile casino.

Live wagering is another service offered by the bookmaker. Live wagering allows players to bet on a sporting event as it occurs. Wagering is paused during critical moments and resumed when the action on the playing field is more neutral.

BetUS Radio[edit]

The company once operated a radio station called BetUS Radio.[5]

Damon Durante, who has been featured on ESPN radio, Fox Sports Radio and other syndicated programs throughout North America, used to host the Radio Show.[citation needed]


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Place your bets on global warming". USA Today. April 13, 2007. Retrieved February 4, 2012. 
  3. ^ Borenstein, Seth (June 4, 2006). "Curiosity, humor surround June 6, 2006". USA Today. Retrieved February 4, 2012. 
  4. ^ BetUS Terms and Conditions Archived January 10, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ BetUS Radio

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