10Bet Review

10Bet were launched in 2003 and, in this digital age, that is a relatively long time. So, if you haven’t run across them in that time you may wonder why they aren’t now among the mainstream of UK bookmakers.

The answer to that arguably lies in the fact that we have so many established brands that have pre-dated the internet. The likes of Ladbrokes, Coral, William Hill and BetFred will always come to mind first but others, such as Bet365 and Betway have successfully broken into that monopoly and there are many reasons why 10Bet deserve to be there too.

Here is a rundown of what you can look forward to.

Available sports

Here is the list of markets you can bet on at 10Bet:

Football, Horse Racing, Basketball, Tennis, American Football, Aussie Rules Football, Badminton, Baseball, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Golf, Greyhound Racing, Handball, Ice Hockey, MMA, Motor Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Sailing, Snooker and Pool, Speedway, Surfing, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Winter Sports.

UK players will need horse racing to be included so this is a positive sign at a time when many aren’t covering our most traditional of sports. In general, this covers all the popular events and while the most obscure niches such as chess and bowls aren’t here, there are some unusual options.

And, if you want to get involved beyond traditional sports betting, 10Bet have markets for eSports, politics and entertainment.

Pricing

As an established brand with some history, 10Bet now appear on the main odds comparison sites so you can easily pick your favourite event and check to see whether you are getting value for money. Having monitored this for some time, this bookie comes in very strongly for football, particularly in some of the more popular side markets such as first or anytime goal scorer.

Tennis, horse racing, golf and many more are excellent too so this is a good all-rounder who can compete in many markets.

Promotions

We all like to be seduced by a welcome offer and 10Bet’s is one of the more generous around while they back that up with one of the widest lists of ongoing offers that you’ll find anywhere.

It starts with that welcome deal which can earn new account holders up to £200 as a 50% match on their first deposit so that is the sort of level that is going to compete with most bookmakers around the world. There is a rollover of the deposit and bonus combined but this is very fair at 5x with minimum qualifying odds of 1.60.

As for ongoing promos, there is a regular reload deal which can net you up to £30.00 while you can expect to find a number of free bet deals in the football and horse racing markets. Overall, this is an excellent package.

Banking and Customer Service

We want to be able to bank with the minimum of fuss but we like to have plenty of choice at the same time. 10Bet allow customers in the UK to deposit to and withdraw form their account using all of the major debit and credit cards while there is a good set of eWallets too.

So, if you have accounts with Skrill, Neteller, PaySafeCard and Ecopay, you have access to 10Bet if you want to use these methods. Check the bookmaker’s dedicated banking section to find out details of time scales, minimum amounts and whether any fees apply to your chosen method.

Moving along to customer service and most options are here too. You might want to see a live chat operator added but while we wait for that facility to come along, you can access comprehensive FAQS, send an email or dial a Freephone number in the UK.

Conclusion

If you haven’t got 10Bet on your radar yet then you may wonder where they have been for over 10 years. This is a bookmaker that ticks all boxes from generous promotions, strong prices and a great set of markets too.

It’s not necessarily set up specifically for UK players but this is an operator who would certainly meet their needs by paying attention to those prices while adding in our favourite sports so, overall, there are plenty of reasons for signing up and adding 10Bet to your list.