Bwin Poker is managed and run by a company called ElectraWorks Ltd who, like many other well-known gambling sites, are registered and licenced in Gibraltar.
They are considered to be the foremost sports betting brand of a business named GVC Holdings who acquired the bwin brand in 2016. Offering sports, casino, bingo and poker, like many other sites, they can deliver the full suite of gambling options.
Although they claim to be number one in online gaming on their site, this is not backed up with any statistics and just seems to be a very broad line statement that does not relate to their Poker area specifically.
There are lots of Poker promotions listed on the site, for the most up to date and active promotions, you can see them here: https://poker.bwin.com/en/poker/promotions.
There is the Small Stakes Poker Series which does exactly what it says in title, buy-ins start from as little as $0.11 and go up to $11, offering rewarding prizes of up to $70,000.
They offer daily prizes of various cash bonuses, tourney tickets and more. With the Sit & Go tables, they reward players for the frequency of their visits, so when a players earns points four days in a row, a bonus of up to $40 can be attained quite easily. The same apples if you login and play cash games daily; the longer you play, the more you can get.
There are plenty of progressive knockouts, live tournament qualifiers, daily freerolls and sporadic boosts for playing on set days too.
With over 25 different ways to pay into your account, and withdraw funds; Bwin poker make it easy to do business with them. They offer the standard bank transfer option, Visa, Mastercard, PayPal, Neteller, PaySafeCard, Entropay, Skrill, along with many other e-wallet type of payment options. Withdrawal times vary depending on the payment type you choose to use with Bwin. Their only stipulation is that you need to withdraw to the same payment source that you make your deposit with.
If you have a device with a Windows operating system then you can download the BWIN poker client. It’s a little bit clunky, but overall it works well. There is also the easier option of playing via a browser, this avoids you having to update the client; and as you would expect from any reputable online poker site, you can access the poker area via an app and play from any mobile device.
Customer Service is not the most significant feature of the site. They do have a live-chat function on the site but this does not have the best reputation and they can take their time to respond during busy periods. If your query isn’t urgent, then there is a contact form on their site located here; https://www.bwin.com/en/account/contact. There is also a telephone line that is manned from 1000-2200, operating on Eurozone timeframes. This is a drawback to international players who might need help if they are located in the US for example.