EnergyBet Review

EnergyBet are one of the newer names in sports betting but since they arrived online in 2016, we’ve seen them evolve and bring in a number of new offers and other features. They are one of the good, all round bookies who tick a number of positive boxes and, if you want a good mix of choice and value, this is one to consider.

Available Sports

The first set of positives comes with the list of available sports which carries most of the popular options plus a range of some very useful niches. Here is that full list.

Football, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Tennis, Cricket, American Football, Handball, Volleyball, Winter Sports, MMA, Baseball, Aussie Rules, Motorsport, Badminton, Bandy, Boxing, Chess, Cycling, Darts, Field Hockey, Futsal, Golf, Hurling, Netball, Pesapallo, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Water Polo, Surfing.

With the possible exception of horse racing, there is everything here that the average sports punter would want while options such as Bandy fill a useful, if obscure need. EnergyBet go big on Esports too with a separate section for this so if you like to focus on these options, you may well have a home here.


It’s tough to break into the odds comparison sites these days so you’ll need to check EnergyBet and compare on here for yourself. We took a selection of bets from popular sports including football and golf and found this operator to be right up there and for certain result betting they were matching the best prices.

Those eSports odds are very good too so this is certainly one section where you can expect to get a lot of value at EnergyBet.


The bonus offer at EnergyBet is a 100% match on the customer’s opening deposit and this can go to a limit of £25.00. Open an account, make that credit between £10.00 and £25.00 and the operator will match it in full.

There is a rollover with this and it is dependent on your country of residency. For example, players in the UK, Germany and Ireland will need to play through the amount of bonus and deposit combined five times at minimum odds of 1.80 for singles and 1.25 for multi legs. For all other countries, please check terms and conditions.

There is a choice of ongoing promos at EnergyBet and these usually relate to the football markets. Ahead of the 2017/18 season across Europe, this bookie was offering an accumulator insurance with £10.00 refunded stakes on weekend football matches plus a similar offer for the early stages of the Europa League where the potential refund rose to £20.00.

Expect these to be added to so keep checking our news feeds and the promotions section of the EnergyBet website.

Banking and Customer Service

One of the big plus points for many customers at EnergyBet is the huge choice of payment options. Most of the main eWallet providers are here so you have Skrill and Neteller plus some of the more obscure ones such as Sofort, SporoPay, Trustly and Zimpler.

EnergyBet will also accept all of the main debit and credit cards and you can find the full list of payment options at the bottom of their home page.

The help button at EnergyBet is located right at the very top right hand corner of the home page and when you click on this, it brings up a very comprehensive list of options. The live chat operator is the first one to note and this is how most of us get our answers today but there are alternatives.

An email, an online webform, telephone numbers and even a postal address are listed, making this one of the widest and most effective sets of help options around.


There are lots of positives at EnergyBet but the big draw for many will be strong list of markets with good prices across the board. Choice is paramount here and that is also reflected in the range of payment and customer service options.

Some would argue that there are bigger promotions elsewhere but this is one of the better ranges of offers from the newer sportsbooks and this is another good reason why you should consider adding EnergyBet to your betting portfolio.