With winning the name of the game, punters will be hopeful that, having registered for a new account and placed some bets, they will soon be in a position to make a bwin withdrawal.
The good news is that the bwin withdrawal process is just as easy and straightforward as making a bwin deposit or claiming the £20 free bet available to new players.
In order to access their hard-earned cash, customers first need to log in to bwin.com by entering their User ID and password into the fields found in the top right hand corner of the homepage.
This allows punters to access the bwin Withdrawals section, which they will find to the left of where their account balance is displayed once the log in process is complete.
Customers can then choose how to have their money transferred out of their bwin account and into their possession, with available options including via Visa/Visa Electron and bank transfer.
To help them differentiate between the avenues open to them, the minimum and maximum transaction limits and any fees levied when the bwin withdrawal is made are listed alongside each payment method.
It should be noted that a fee is only applicable if customers seek to make a bwin withdrawal by making a Western Union money transfer.
To proceed with a bwin withdrawal, click on the desired payment method and then enter your password and private question answer when prompted.
Once the security phase has been negotiated, customers will be asked how much they want to take out of their account.
Simply key in the desired amount, click bwin Withdrawal and the transaction will be processed.