If you've ever watched the NFL you'll know that the red zone refers to the final 20 yards that an attacking team must navigate to the goal line. It is unsurprising, therefore, that RedZone is a bookmaker that focusses heavily on the NFL. They're much more than a one trick pony though as we discover below in our RedZone review.
After three years operating RedZoneSports in the UK, Argyll Entertainment believed it was time for a rebrand. They dropped the ‘Sports' from this relatively new entrant into the betting market and became simply RedZone (although, a little confusingly their website has remained redzonesports.bet).
This isn't the only rebranding exercise that Argyll Entertainment have undertaken in recent times. They also operate SportNation.bet and GiveMeBet (now closed) so have plenty of experience in offering top quality sports betting brands to demanding punters.
Argyll Entertainment are big believers in the power of brand and of doing things differently which is the approach they've taken with RedZone. This bookmaker with a distinctly American feel have always offered the best prices on the NFL but have expanded significantly to the point where they have a well rounded sportsbook that they hope will continue to attract users.
Many new bookmakers promise to do things differently but RedZone are actually committed to providing their customers with a better experience. To that end, they have concentrated their promotions around loyalty bonuses and rewards rather than offering a welcome bonus to tempt in new players in the past.
The lack of a free bet has now all changed though and all new customers can claim a £10 RedZone free bet offer. Claiming this free bet is easy, but first you will need to open a new sports betting account with them using the button above. Once you have signed up make your first deposit of at least £10 using the promo code RZTENDOUBLE . Then within 48 hours place your first £10 sports bet on any double with each selection having odds of 1.7 or more. RedZone will then credit you another £10 free bet to use on any other sports double.
RedZone users can amass reward points for every bet, spin or roll on their site. The amount of points earned depend on the size of type of bet struck (full details are on the RedZone site) but the general rule is the more you stake, the more you earn.
Points can be redeemed against a whole catalogue of products from RedZone and their partners, with RedZone handling the shipping. As well as watches, TVs and games consoles, users can also decide to claim their points in the form of free bets or free spins so it really is a novel way of doing promotions.
No visitor to RedZone could be under any illusions that this is a bookmaker targetted primarily at fans of American sport. The colour base of the site is red, white and blue whilst key graphics include text in the sort of neon strip lighting that you'd find at a typical American diner.
Like the other Argyll Entertainment owned sites, RedZone is based upon software provided by SBTech. They are one of the biggest providers of sportsbook platforms around and have done another excellent job in terms of the speed of RedZone and the site's ease of use.
RedZone was built on the provision of the best odds for the NFL that online sports bettors could find. They retain that commitment to be the home of NFL betting but are not content to simply wow their customers with one league. RedZone now has a fully functioning sportsbook with competitive yields available on all the sports you would expect to find.
However, RedZone does really come into its own when it comes to US sports. You won't find bigger yields across any other offering so those who are clued up on the NBA, NHL or MLB as well as the NFL will find a happy home at RedZone.
RedZone don't currently provide live streaming for their customers.
Mobile betting is absolutely key for betting companies looking to become one of the best in the business and RedZone have their users covered with an excellent mobile experience. The site is designed to look the same on mobile and desktop browsers and it's every bit as fast and easy to operate on smaller screens. Punters who want to quickly get a bet on the move will love the ease of navigation and those who prefer betting via apps to browsers can download the RedZone app on the Apple and Google App Stores.
Cash out is another strength of RedZone. Their feature enables punters to exit their positions on select in-play singles bets and multiples bets. RedZone also have a partial cash out option which gives their customers control over their positions, allowing a portion of the bet to remain live even after a profit has been guaranteed.
The RedZone sportsbook and other betting products are fully licensed and regulated in the United Kingdom by the Gambling Commission. They are similarly fully licensed in every country in which they operate which is heartening for all potential users. Furthermore, their licenses are held under the name of Argyll Entertainment who have proven their trustworthiness with the other betting sites that they operate.