About Us

If you are like so many fellow Australians, you’ll thoroughly enjoy the chance to take a punt on your favourite sports or take part in key lottery draws.

If this is you, please take a moment to visit our superb new interactive portal, available on your desktop, laptop or tablet at ipunt.com.au. It’s also accessible as a terrific on-the-go mobile app, specially created for your busy lifestyle.

Owned and operated by Punt Media Pty Ltd, our site will deliver vital news and tips about a wide range of sports, from horse racing to rugby, soccer to Aussie Rules, tennis, cricket and the ever-growing world of eSports. You’ll also find much about those two American icons – the NBA and the NFL.

It’s important to let you know that we are not another betting company, we don’t even own a gambling licence. What we do is provide a swift access portal for you to use by working closely with major Australian corporate bookmakers and lottery betting companies. Each of them is licensed out of the Northern Territory.

Our iPunt team works hard to deliver a vital betting interface, delivering valuable tips and useful stats analysis. Added to this is our commitment to providing the very best in online betting tools (including line pickers) and offering powerful odds comparisons. We provide everything you need to make your choice and then action it, ready at your fingertips. Visit iPunt now and see for yourself how smarter punting is made easy.

(A bit more technical stuff about us: we always provide information on betting companies who are operating within the Financial Transaction Records Act; and we confirm that all are both licensed and regulated for the benefit of Australian consumers. Punt Media fully complies with the Interactive Gambling Act; we will not collect any personal data apart from what’s specified in the privacy policy.)

About Problem Gambling

Here at iPunt, we know that gambling should always be fun, adding to the pleasure of a night at a city centre casino or spending a few minutes trying the pokies locally. So many Australians will have the occasional flutter – such as on Melbourne Cup Day – or bet online to add to the fun of watching upcoming footy, soccer, rugby or many other sporting clashes on TV. Our own and overseas lotteries are also hugely popular.

Sadly, there is a time for some people when the fun stops. It’s estimated that up to half-a-million of our total population might either already have a problem with their gambling or there is a possibility that this could happen to them in the future.

If you recognise that such a situation exists for you, it’s possible to act now by completing a self-exclusion application. Putting this into action will mean that betting companies are prevented from accepting your custom. You decide the timescale for this to be in place; when it expires you can even apply for another self-exclusion notice.

Another source of help for many can be found at Gambling Help Online. People who make contact soon find they are not alone in this worrying situation when they learn of the experiences of others.

If gambling has become a bigger part of your life than it should, or you have concerns that this could happen, please take action now and seek gambling counselling.