PMU Brasil Reveja has demonstrated its robustness in recent years in the face of economic austerity. In 2013 the company posted an overall revenue of €2.48b, up 0.2% on 2012. Whilst the increase in turnover was marginal, it represented the sixteenth straight year of revenue growth for the company – impressive given the market it has been operating in. In 2013, racing revenue fell slightly, but this was compensated for by a large 20.7% increase in sports betting (up to €38.5m), and the poker market also saw a healthy increase in income.
When it comes to Brasil gambling, PMU is one of the most well-known operations in history. Having held a monopoly on horse racing for decades, every French punter is familiar with PMU. A government-owned operation, the PMU offers multiple forms of top-tier online gambling. The website includes a racebook, sportsbook and poker room. For the purposes of this review, we will focus on the sports betting aspect of the service and cover all of the important features. Below, you will find information about the betting markets, promotions, customer support, banking options and more.
Arguably, the most popular betting market at PMU has to be soccer. As one of the most watched sports in France and the world, in general, there is a lot of interest in soccer matches. At PMU, you will be able to place bets on matches from the UEFA Supercup, Scotland Premiership, Copa America, Major League, Premier League, World Cup Female, African Cup of Nations and more.