Year established: 2003
Mobile compatible: Yes
Jurisdiction: Curacao & UK
Overall rating: C+
Recommended: For recreational players
10bet Sportsbook Review
Since its launch in 2003 10Bet has established itself in a competitive marketplace and is now available in over 90 countries.
10Bet is both licensed and regulated in the UK and is powered by SBTech’s eGaming platform.10Bet is not big on social media and uses Twitter infrequently.
In 2015 10Bet signed a long term deal with Oddschecker, whilst the bookmaker has also shown it’s driven to forward thinking by agreeing a sponsorship deal with Barrage eSports.
10Bet offers a pretty wide range of sports betting markets. If you’re a football fan you’ll be well catered for but 10Bet offers a decent selection of more niche sports too such as futsal and floorball.
10Bet offers over 60,000 monthly events to bet on.
The full spectrum of 10Bet sports betting options can be seen here: Football, Horse Racing, Basketball, Tennis, American Football, Aussie Rules, Badminton, Baseball, Boxing, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Esports, Futsal, Floorball, Golf, Handball, Ice Hockey, MMA, Motor Racing, Olympic Games, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker and Pool, Speedway, Table Tennis and Winter Sports.
In addition to all of these there are also some specials markets such as politics and entertainment.
10Bet offers a particularly good live betting product with great graphics and a modern design which thoroughly improves the experience for the customer. The bookmaker offers over 18,000 live markets on over 30 sports each month. .
You can bet on numerous events and sports via 10Bet mobile and don’t forget you can cash out too!
Usability of the site
The 10Bet customer support is solid and includes live chat, email support (email@example.com) and you can contact 10Bet over the phone too. During the test the 10Bet live chat team was average in terms of response times, but the main downside of the 10Bet live chat is that it’s somewhat hard to find via the site. This should be amended; clearly including a live chat option on each page is handy. Outside of talking to somebody in some form you can also check the 10Bet FAQs for help!
10Bet banking options are solid and they offer the usual suspects of Visa, Mastercard, and bank transfers in addition to the three major e-wallets Skrill, Neteller and Paypal. The inclusion of Paypal is a nice bonus as a large number of betting operators still do not include it. There’s a low minimum deposit of £5 too.
10Bet mobile options include an app for both Android and iOS which makes betting on the go as simple as it can be, and there’s a specific 10Bet mobile bonus too to get your hands on.
Whilst the 10Bet site seems a little jumbled, it’s relatively easy to get the hang of quick and it includes a search bar to the top left to find the event you’re after right away. The centre of the homepage focuses on the 10Bet bonus, 10Bet cash out feature and two of the key events of the day – typically football. One big plus of the site is that it’s available in 17 languages.
Below the betting slip on the right hand side there’s a Quick Bet option too which features a different bet each day, typically one at high odds.
10Bet is most focused on football and offers a great selection of markets, not to mention attractive odds, within the beautiful game. Football aside though it offers a strong range of other sporting markets, as well as good customer support with a responsive live chat.
It needs to make this live chat more accessible however and declutter its homepage somewhat. 10Bet live betting is particularly good too and is nicely laid out with cash out but without live streaming facilities as yet.
The 10Bet bonus is generous too. Try them out today!
– Registered and operating in the UK;
– Large selection of sports to choose from;
– A wide selection of markets are covered by;
– Good football offering;
– High betting limits;
– Great bonus offer;
– Regular monthly reload promotions;
– Multilingual, functional web site with nice graphic design;
– Good selection of deposit and withdrawal options;
– Quick and easy access to customer service.
– Tough turnover requirements for bonuses;
– Odds aren’t the greatest for local sports;
– Tend to limit fast and high winning players.
Visa/Mastercard, Skrill (Moneybookers), Webmoney, Neteller, Ukash, 1Pay, PaysafeCard, Comodo, Bank Transfer, Cheque
*Keep in mind to double check information. Be prepared for changes to restricted countries, bonuses, currencies, deposit and payment options, languages, contact info.