10Bet Review

10Bet

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One of the newer sportsbooks in the game, 10Bet is licensed in the UK and delivers nearly 20,000 live events each and every month; with more than 1000 markets covered across 150 football leagues.

10Bet Welcome Bonus

New players at 10Bet can get a 50% bonus up to a maximum of £100 when you make your first deposit (minimum £15, maximum £200). This needs to be ‘played through’ five times before you can access any winnings, with all single and accumulative bets placed at odds of 3/5 or greater.

Other Promotions at 10Bet

10Bet have taken a leaf out of many other sports betting firms’ books by offering Acca Insurance on four-leg or more accumulators. If this wager lets you down by one leg then you will receive 100% of your stake up to a maximum of £50. This is available on all sports and can be used up to ten times per calendar month – which is pretty cool, as with some sportsbooks it is a one-time only promotion.

Elsewhere 10Bet offers a ‘Get £10 Extra’ offer, where players must place a wager of up to £20 at odds of 1/2. Once you have, they will reward you with 50% of your stake back as free money whether the bet wins or not.

10Bet offer a trio of horse racing promotions too: an imaginatively named ‘£10 Bonus’ for all first-time racing bets on the site, ‘Money Back if Beaten By a Head’ (note this up to a maximum of £10), and ‘Best Odds Guaranteed’, which ensures players back their horse at the best price; whether that’s in the paddock or on the start line.

Site Features

  • Asian Handicaps: 10Bet has become renowned for the sheer number of events in which they offer Asian Handicaps, and the prices for these are some of the most generous around.
  • Statistics: 10Bet offers statistics on its website for leagues ranging from Argentina to Wales, from the basic league table and form guide to player stats covering cards, goals and first goalscorer markets.
  • Live Betting: The site boasts a well laid-out live betting module that enables players to find their events and markets fast. Even on a random Thursday morning there were more than 50 events to explore.

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Editor review

10Bet 2016-02-24 17:12:54 Editor
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4.0
Reviewed by Editor    February 24, 2016

10Bet

Despite being barely a decade old, 10Bet has done well to gain a footing in an industry that is notoriously difficult to achieve any traction in.
They can put that down to doing some of the simple things well: the website is nicely designed and thoughtfully laid out, even if the colour palette used isn’t to everyone’s tastes. Their live betting module is intuitive and enables easy locating of relevant markets and events – essential where in-play punters need to act fast. And some of their prices in their Asian Handicap markets are as good as anything you will pick up anywhere else.
The number of promotions offered by 10Bet is generous compared to some other sportsbooks out there, even if the actual detail of the promotion isn’t as enticing as it may appear. Indeed, their 50% welcome bonus is actually pretty poor considering that other bookies offer anything up to 300% as a bonus on a first deposit.
The biggest downside to 10Bet is their approach to customer service. And these ills could be easily ironed out with just a few simple changes to their operations. The first mighty clanger they have dropped is that the onus is on players to access their promotion rewards.
For example, to claim your Acca Insurance refund the player has to email the customer services department with their bet number. This is really poor, and the more cynical amongst us might suggest that this is to dissuade punters to ask for their money back or hope that they simply forget – not cool.
The second area in which 10Bet seem to consistently drop the ball is in settling withdrawals. There are horror stories across the web of 10Bet often taking up to two weeks to process transactions, and this is way, way behind the industry standard. There are rumours that betting caps are routinely put in place for punters who win five or more bets in a row too.
Taken at face value, 10Bet is a decent enough bookmaker that doesn’t really offer anything quite enticing enough to seduce punters away from the leading bookies in the game. Sure, the website is nice, the markets numerous and their prices reasonably good, but it appears they let their players down in the one area that really counts: handling transactions in a reliable and responsive manner. Until this matter is addressed, they will struggle to establish themselves as a bookmaker of note.

 

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