10Bet have seen a pretty sharp rise in popularity of late, but the brand has actually been about since 2003, making them one of the longer serving in the betting industry. They now cater for punters in over 90 countries, which is impressive and definitely a sign they are still growing.
The site has been able to expand on quite a scale over the last few years, which has definitely been the backbone to their success. Whilst we wouldn’t say that they were lacking previously, we would think it was fair to say that they couldn’t compete with some of the bigger brands in the industry.
In regards to sports betting, there is very little not to like about the site. Football and horse racing paly big roles in terms of market coverage, but they are able to offer up a good range of other sports as well, such as tennis, basketball, American football, cricket and golf, to name just a few.
How it Works
Each account that signs up will be able to claim the bonus and as mentioned, it will be worth 50% of your opening deposit. You will need enter the code ‘FD200’ when you make your deposit to start the bonus.
The bonus amount will immediately be credited to your account and you can use the bonus money as you wish. You will then need to play through both your bonus and deposit amount 5 times before being able to withdraw any of your winnings. So, if you deposited £400 to claim the full £200 bonus, you’d need to wager £3000 (initial deposit of £400 + bonus £200 x 5) before you can withdraw. Any withdrawals made prior to this amount will void any bonus amount and any winnings from your bonus money.
As with all promotions of this sort, there are a couple of restrictions to bear in mind before making your deposit.
- Only 50% of your deposit amount will be matched, starting with deposits upwards of £20 or currency equivalent.
- You must enter the bonus code ‘FD100’ to be eligible for this promotion
- Bonus money and deposit amount must be wagered through 5 times before being eligible for withdrawal
- All bets contributing towards this bonus amount must be made at odds of 1.60 or greater. Combination bets at odds of this amount will also be included.
- Markets that do not count towards clearing the bonus are any handicap, forecast/tricast and over/under
- Deposits made via Skrill or Neteller will not be allowed to claim the bonus
- You must clear the bonus amount within 90 days of the initial deposit and any amount not cleared within this time will be forfeited.
- The maximum each bet can count towards your clearance of this promotion is 50%
What you get from 10bet is a really hefty promotion, providing that you can meet the clearing requirements. £200 is about as much as you are going to find in the industry, so if you are looking to make 10bet you betting home, then we would highly recommend it.
The bonus is probably not for those who are looking to ‘get in and get out’ with their promotional money. That being said, a low deposit wouldn’t take an awful lot of clearing, even for moderate play.
10bet have been one of the leading bookmakers in the industry since they exploded on to the scene in 2003. The company are currently based out of Malta, but are licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling commission, allowing them to offer their services in over 90 countries around the world. It’s fair to say that 10bet have steadily grown since their initial success, without ever really pushing on after the company had made such a promising start.
The bookmaker, like most in the industry, offer ups a huge range of football and horse racing markets to bet on. It’s these two sports that 10bet offer the most comprehensive range of markets and we found that they were more than capable of going head to head with some of the more successful sportsbooks in this field.
Outside of these sports, American sports such as American Football, basketball, Baseball and Ice Hockey all have great followings on the site and 10bet have clearly gone out of their way to cater for a larger range of markets than the usual National leagues, with inclusions of college and lower level games to bet on.
The site comes jam packed with features to sue and we were impressed with how functional a lot of these are. The latest addition has been that of their cash out function, which is as popular a feature in the gambling industry right now. On top of that, 10bet have always managed to offer up one of the best betting statistics section, and this is no different today.
When comparing 10bet to offer bookmakers in the industry it’s probably pretty fair to say is that their structure is about average. What we mean by this is that more often than not you can get a slightly better price at an alternative bookmaker, but if you were to use 10bet on a regular basis then you likely wouldn’t be yielding too much in terms of value to the field.
Ease of use
The design and navigation on site is probably the biggest let down if truth be told. In the current marketplace the design now feels very dated and flicking between sports and markets isn’t all that easy. It’s as much a tribute to the competition than anything in that, in terms of design at least, the industry has moved forward. Unfortunately for 10bet, you can’t help but feel they are getting left behind.
As with most bookmakers, the maximum you can stake at 10bet per bet will vary, quite considerably in some cases. As a rule, from what we have seen, the maximum bet is around £100,000 mark. It does state on their site that you can see the maximum bet for that specific market when you go to place a single bet, but we were unable to find this.
After a little digging, we did find that the terms mentioned that you were able to increase this amount, but you would have to contact support first. We would assume this was because the traders who work for 10Bet would need to approve the stake and verify the bet before placing.
On the whole, we would say it’s a pretty generous amount.
Withdrawal limits at 10Bet are capped at £50,000 per transaction. This is actually a blanket amount and will run all of their methods available online. It is worth noting that for larger withdrawals 10Bet may ask for more time to verify both you and your banking method. They may also require you to send in proof of ID and will only withdraw money to your original payment or if that is not available (expired bank card for example) payment methods with the same name.
To save time and frustration when it comes to withdrawing, we would suggest that you get in touch with 10Bet to send in your documents prior to your transaction. You will find that once you’ve done it once, you won’t need to do it again, unless you change your banking method.
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 0800 047 0965
At 10Bet you are going to be able to play online casino games, as well as being able to use the sportsbook. They take advantage of a one-wallet system, which basically means you jump between sports and casino with the same account.
The casino benefits from using a number of software companies to power their games including PlayTech, Microgaming, NetEnt and Evolution Gaming. As a result they are able to offer up over 330 games, ranging from slots, table games, live casino, card games, video slots and a wide range of jackpot games.
10bet Company Info
Where are 10Bet Based?
The company are licensed out of Malta and are owned by the Blue Star Planet Group. The group is set up and based out of Malta, which is also the main point for all communications. The recent expansion within 10bet has meant that their offices have increased quite dramatically, which is a good sign that they are moving in the right direction.
When Were They Founded?
As mentioned earlier, the company were founded in 2003, which makes them one of the oldest in the business right now. They got in right at the start of the online boom and whilst they haven’t seen the success of some, especially in the UK, they’ve been major players across Europe, especially in Scandinavia.
What are Their Main Markets?
The 10bet site is pretty clever in that it’s geo-targeted to pick up where you are from. So, if you’re from the UK then you will be forwarded to the .co.uk domain name. But, they are actually pretty huge across Europe and these players will be forwarded to the site that best fits where they are from, often published in their native tongue.
What’s great about the company is that they are able to accommodate players from all over the world, making it feel very multi-cultural and diverse. This actually shows in the depth of their betting market coverage, which promotes sports that are much more popular across Europe than solely the UK, such as basketball, ice hockey and certain football leagues.
Are They Part of a Group?
10Bet are part of the Blue Star Planet Group. The group is actually pretty small, in fact, only 10Bet and RealDealBet are part of this group. They are based out of Malta, where 10Bet’s head offices are based (likely in the same place).
Do They Sponsor Anyone?
At the time of writing they are betting partners with German Bundesliga outfit, Wolfsburg. Given that 10Bet are actually only accepting players from the UK and Ireland, it does seem a strange partnership.
It was also reported in October 2017 that they were looking to secure ties with English Premier League teams, although as of yet, we are unaware of any further developments with this.