Bet-at-home.com AG is a group of companies in online gaming and online sports betting founded in 1999 by Jochen Dickinger and Franz Ömer. The transformation into a public limited company took place in May 2004, since December of the same year, Betat-Home.com is listing at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Bet-At-Home.com group has companies in Germany, Austria, Malta and Gibraltar. Through his Maltese companies, the Group has licenses for sports betting, casino and poker.
In addition, Bet-at-home.com received a license for the distribution of sports betting and casino from the Italian gambling authority AAMS. In 2012, the Ministry of the Interior of Schleswig-Holstein provided the company licenses for the event and marketing or distribution of sports betting and casino. In addition, the Betting Provider 2014 received a license of the Gambling Commission on the event and sales of online sports betting and online casino games in the UK. Since August 1, 2015, Bet-at-home.com also has a license for sports betting in Ireland. On 2 November 2020, the company received a nationwide sports betting concession for Germany from the regional council in Darmstadt. Since 2009, the Betat-Home.com AG has been part of the Betclic Everest Sas Group, a leading French group in the field of online gaming and sports betting. The product range includes sports betting, casino, live casino, Vegas, Virtual and Poker. The entire offer is available in 9 languages (as of June 2021). With more than 5.5 million registered customers (as of June 2021), Betat-Home.com AG with its affiliated companies is active specifically in Eastern Europe as well as in German-speaking countries as bookmakers.
Empty ranks that exceptionally have nothing to do with Corona: The Wölfinnen of the VfL carry their Bundesliga home game against food on 21 November in front of a ghosthood. The reason for this is the silence Protestant holiday of Toten Sunday, at which public sports events commercial species are not allowed after the Lower Saxony Holiday Act. This was announced by the club on Wednesday. Because the internationally represented Wolfsburg women have a very close schedule, no evasive date could be found, so club, city and state agreed on this solution. At the present time it would be the duel fourth against seventh.