Betdaq was founded in 2000 and acquired by Ladbrokes in 2013. It’s is the second largest betting exchange, with around a 7% share of the UK/Ireland market.
While Betdaq may never quite catch its “big brother”, Betfair in terms of popularity — it offers a much lower 2% commission rate, decent liquidity, and integration with several popular trading applications. That’s more than enough to warrant opening an account.
Betdaq is an attractive platform for professional punters looking to avoid the more expensive charges applied to their winnings over at Betfair.
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