After years of going through some of the harshest betting training known to man, the Betting Veteran has built up a knowledge base that no one else on the planet can challenge. It is this knowledge that he uses to make sure that you have access to the finest information on every aspect of the betting sphere. Whether you are a horse racing, football, rugby or any other sports fan, the Betting Veteran has got everything laid out for you.
10 Bet are a sportsbook originally based in London. Despite not being a well-known brand, they have over 15 years of experience in the sector. Their user base is mainly focused on newcomers to the gambling arena, but they also have their eyes on more experienced gamblers.
10 Bet mobile review
The 10 Bet website has a very distinct look when it first loads up. With dark colours contrasted by bright images, it catches the eye instantly. There is a slight wait as the page first loads up, but once it has loaded, it is one of the fastest and most responsive sites around. The landing page takes you to either the welcome bonus information or the various areas that 10 Bet cater for.
The sports section is quite easy to navigate around. While the scroll bar to access different sports can be quite troublesome to use, there is a search bar right above it. If you are struggling to find the sport that you really want, it is a simple task to just type in the information you need, and if 10 Bet offer that particular sport, you will be there within seconds.
The rest of the homepage is taken up by currently running in-play bets. This means that anything that is in play when you visit the site is easy to get to – all it needs is a quick scroll down the page and you will be able to find the event that you are looking for.
Overall, the 10 Bet mobile site is easy to use and it has a fast response time. The search bar is a very nice touch. The professional look to the site is also a bonus – many sites can often go over the top, but 10 Bet has a really slick feel to it. Also, in a strange twist of fate, the mobile site is actually faster and more responsive than the desktop site.
What bonuses do 10 Bet offer?
10 Bet currently have a welcome bonus of up to £100 available to players. This is in the form of a 50% credit to your account as bonus cash on your first deposit, with a minimum of a £15 deposit needed to trigger the bonus. The bonus cash cannot be withdrawn instantly – it requires a six times wagering requirement of both the deposit and the bonus. This means that if you have deposited £200, you will receive the full £100 bonus. Before you can withdraw any of the bonus amounts, you will have to make wagers totalling £1,800.
10 bet is also currently offering a free football bet if your bet loses and the game was 0-0. The free bet will be at the same value as the bet that you placed, up to a maximum of £10. It is valid for seven days after it has been awarded, and the stake is not returned in any winnings.
They are also currently giving up to 50% increases on winnings from accumulators of three games or more. There is a cap of £5,000 extra being given to players on any successful accumulators, and the selected bets within the accumulator must have odds of 1/2 or more to trigger the extra winnings.
What sports are available to bet on 10Bet?
10 Bet have a wide range of sports on offer to players. They cover a huge range of different areas from ball sports to combat sports. Depending on the season, there can be as many as 50 sports on offer at 10 Bet, though obviously throughout the year and depending on international tournaments, this number can be somewhat lower.
- In total, 10 Bet have 50 sports available
What features do 10 Bet offer?
10 Bet offers an excellent amount of live streams to gamblers who use their service. This is always nice to see as live streaming is one of the biggest things that online sportsbooks can offer in terms of added value. It allows gamblers to enjoy the whole betting experience a little more, and it can also offer insights that stats do not always give.
10 Bet also has an additional feature on their cash-out system. They offer the ability to cash out just part of a bet. For example, if you have placed £10 on a bet at 12/1, if the cash-out is offering you £60, you could cash out half of it, giving you a £20 profit while still leaving £5 on the bet at 12/1 – meaning that if it loses, you have still made a profit, and if it wins, there is less disappointment about cashing out early because you left some in there to take advantage of. This is a very innovative feature that not many other bookmakers offer.
Betting Veteran pays a visit
The first thing that the Betting Veteran noticed when he visited 10 Bet was just how professional everything looked. It is a cleanly designed site that makes things relatively easy to find. While the navigation is not perfect, and the scroll bar at the top can be fiddly at times, the addition of a search feature means that anything that you might be struggling to find can be found with a simple search. The Betting Veteran loved this because his secret passion is water polo and he managed to find all of the water polo games within seconds by using the search bar.
10 Bet are a definite outsider when it comes to online bookmakers. They do not have the reach or market share of some of the bigger names out there. However, they have undoubtedly created a service that is likely to be hugely popular with gamblers. They have a fast and responsive site, a useful search function, and features that other sites do not offer.
This altogether makes them a very worthwhile site to visit if you are on the search for a new sportsbook. The welcome bonus is also quite generous, though the six times wagering requirement could need some successful wagers in order to work through it. Overall, 10 Bet are an excellent online sportsbook that give gamblers plenty of reasons to keep coming back.
- The partial cash-out feature is a very innovative idea
- The large welcome bonus is a nice incentive to join up
- There is a wide range of different sports on offer at 10 Bet
- The site is sometimes hard to navigate around