Thanks to, online gamblers have been able to bet the Super Bowl since 1996. Let that sink in for a moment. Or as Chris Jericho used to say, “Drink it in, man!” Everygame users have been betting on the Super Bowl since the 30th edition of the game. That’s 23 years of Super Bowl betting. To put it in perspective, Troy Aikman was still active, and Ben Roethlisberger hadn’t even played high school football. We’re talking 20th century here. Such longevity is unheard-of among betting websites. As a matter of fact, an Everygame review could be as short as “they’re the first-ever online sportsbook. They have been online since the mid-90s and are still around”. We’re not going to go as far as saying that being the first equals being the best. But you do have to be pretty damned good to still be in business after all this time.

And that’s just the website. The Everygame brand was established in 1983. Basically, they are the granddaddy of sportsbooks. Sort of like the Bruce Springsteen of their field. How has The Boss remained relevant and profitable across decades? By constantly churning out hits, though he has been known to put out a couple of stinkers now and then. An Everygame “Best Of” collection would include the following top-charters: A flawless reputation. No slow-pays or no-pays. No shortage of year-round promotions. Deposit and reload bonuses. One of the fastest-paying sites. Accepts US players. Conversely, some of their clunkers would be, odds not as competitive. So you may or may not find the best Super Bowl odds. They make up for it, though. How? Like this. You can place Super Bowl bets in decimal, American and fractional odds.

Also, the poker room has a quite a bit of poker room for improvement. And so does the casino. But we’re not here play poker or slots. You could say we’re not slotty like Lady Gaga; we’re not bluffing with our muffin. We are here to bet the Super Bowl. And at Everygame you can traverse the road to the Super Bowl all the way through. They have odds on divisional winners, conference champions, and the big game itself, of course. Walking down the path brings to mind that phrase first uttered in All the President’s Men; “follow the money.” And Everygame leaves quite a trail. “Over the last three years Everygame has paid out over 500 million dollars in winnings to its customers around the world,” says the website’s about page. Shows us someone who says Everygame ripped them off, and we will show you a liar.

And since we’re on the subject of money, let’s talk depositing and withdrawing. Everygame has picked up seemingly almost every banking method through the years. You can fund your account with Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill, Skrill 1-tap, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Sofort, EU-SEPA bank transfer, ecoPayz, bank wire transfer, Money Global, Paysafe, and CashDirect. And you can collect your winnings with Bitcoin, Altcoins, check, bank draft, bank wire transfer, Neteller, Skrill, ecoPayz, User2User transfer, and EU-SEPA bank transfer. Withdrawals are carried out using the same method as the deposit. The payout process starts 48 hours after a request has been received. This stands in contrast with, say, My Bookie’s first-come first-served approach. However, slow and steady wins the race, as they say in the parlance of our times. Everygame has been around a lot longer than My Bookie. So they know a thing or two about a thing or two.

Generally speaking, Everygame has bonuses and promotions just like any other sportsbook. As with odds, other sportsbooks may have better bonuses and promotions. But none have Everygame’ built-in reputation. Should you bet the Super Bowl there just because they have existed since the early 80s? Sure. Because it gives you that sense of familiarity and comfort that you get at a Bruce Springsteen concert. You know that at any given moment you can just start singing along without missing a beat.