10Bet Review

Today’s 10Bet review will give you both the pros and cons of betting online here. If you don’t mind me skipping ahead a bit, I can tell you that 10Bet is a solid all-around bookmaker. It doesn’t quite get everything perfect, but it does get all the most important things right. The odds are competitive, customer support is responsive and winners get paid.

Note: This review is based on our personal opinions and experiences; it is not an official promotional review from 10Bet.

10Bet

10Bet

10Bet accepts customers from all over the world, but is an especially attractive option for Asian punters. This bookmaker covers many Asian sports and supports a variety of languages.

Pros

  • Paying winners since 2003
  • Extensive football betting markets
  • Many in-play betting options each day
  • 500+ real money casino games

Cons

  • Website could use a facelift
  • Some players report being limited quickly
  • Does not offer online poker

Overall Rating

Reputation

Sports Rating

Casino Rating

10Bet Info

  • Betting Site: 10Bet
  • Website: www.10bet.com
  • Established: 2003
  • Country: UK
  • Support: Phone and e-mail
  • Minimum Deposit: €5

10Bet.com has been in business since 2003 and has a largely positive reputation among players. The only complaint that I’ve found from former customers is that this bookmaker can be quick to limit winners. Other people claim to have never been limited at all. With that being said, 10Bet has some of the highest limits in the industry. In some cases, you can bet up to £100,000 on a single event.

Punters from the Asian region will be happy to know that 10Bet offers support of more Asian languages than most other bookmakers. Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese are all supported in addition to English, Spanish and others.

Basic Information

  • Types of Gaming Offered: sports betting and casino games
  • Accepted Currencies: GBP and EUR
  • Languages: English, Polish, Spanish, Italian, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Romanian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese
  • Casino Software: NetEnt, Playtech, Microgaming, Gameplay Interactive, Play’n Go and Betsoft
  • Established: 2003

Sports Betting Review

Sports betting is the main focus at 10Bet.com. They cover all the major sports of the world and have an extensive football betting section. Among the sports offered at 10Bet, football stands out in terms of sheer coverage. Selecting “football” brings up a secondary menu from which you can choose from nearly 90 leagues from around the world. These include various Australian leagues, a dozen English leagues plus Italian, Korean, Brazilian, German, Bulgarian leagues and many more.

Individual matches often times come with upwards of 100 different betting options. Just a few include spread bets, money lines, Asian handicaps, first goalscorer, last goalscorer, 3-way handicaps, exact score, total score and much more. Few bookmakers even come close to matching the extent to which 10Bet covers football.

Other sports also get the full treatment. 10Bet offers betting on nearly two dozen basketball leagues, 20+ baseball leagues, 20+ hockey leagues and so on. The pure variety is one of 10Bet’s strong points. Here’s a look at the full list of sports they cover:

FootballHorse RacingBasketballTennis
American FootballAussie RulesBadmintonBandy
BaseballBoxingCricketCycling
DartseSportsFutsalGolf
HandballIce HockeyMMARugby League
Rugby UnionSnooker & PoolSpecialsSurfing
Table TennisVolleyballWinter Sports

Pricing is comparable to other mainstream betting sites. I did a couple quick comparisons just this morning with and it was very close. In some cases, 10Bet had the best prices but not in others. I would say it’s worth your time to keep an account here so, at the very least, you can check the 10Bet lines before you wager elsewhere.

I have a couple minor complaints with the website’s design and functionality. For one, it just looks dated. Small text and poorly-chosen colours do you no favours when you’re looking for one exact wager. Second, the website doesn’t always respond well to button clicks. I often find myself clicking two or more times to change sports and leagues. However, these issues are minor and have no bearing on the overall quality of 10Bet. Some of this could just be a matter of personal opinion.

In-Play Betting

In-play, or live betting, allows punters to place wagers on events after they have begun. As the game progresses in real time, the oddsmakers adjust the odds on a variety of bets such as who will win, who will score the next goal and so on. On some days, 10Bet offers in-play bets on 50 or more events across a variety of sports.

Whereas the rest of the 10Bet website is clunky, the in-play betting interface is slick and responsive. Viewing a single game’s markets will show you the current score and time remaining in a prominent area across the top with all available wagers listed below in the middle of the screen.

One cool thing I noticed is that as the prices change in real time, a green “up” arrow or red “down” arrow show how the odds have changed since the last update. Clicking on any price instantly adds that wager to the betting slip. There, you can review your wager(s), see how much you stand to win and then confirm your bet.

10Bet Racing Betting

The UK version of 10Bet (located at 10bet.co.uk) offers greyhound and horse racing betting to a limited degree. This is not the most comprehensive horse racing betting site, but it does cover the big tracks in the UK and Ireland. If you visit the main horse racing page at 10Bet, you will see a list of today’s races and their times. From there, you can select any race to bet on the horse or dog to win, plus forecast and tricast options.

10Bet.co.uk is limited in the types of bets they have on offer, but the betting interface is simple for win bets, forecasts and tricasts. If you select forecast/tricast from the menu inside any individual race, it brings up a list of horses with boxes next to them that make it simple to choose which horse you want to select for first place, which one you want for second place and so on.

What 10Bet misses in terms of horse racing are advanced wagers beyond the three we’ve discussed so far, the ability to participate in pooled betting and live racing video. Overall, horse and greyhound racing at 10Bet seems to be more of an add-on for recreational punters.

One thing 10Bet does very well in terms of horse racing is in covering all the major events each year. You can visit the “future racing” tab any time to place bets on a wide range of large race meets including Cheltenham, the Grand National and more.

10Bet Casino

If you ever need a break from sports betting, the 10Bet Casino is always open for business. With more than 500 titles and a collection of live-dealer games, this is an adequately sized casino. Game types offered include traditional slots, video slots, jackpot games, table games and live dealer table games.

About half a dozen software providers contribute games to the lineup for a nice variety. The NetEnt slots always look great, the Playtech games come with big jackpots and Play’n Go provides some very well-run table games. The lineup also includes a few jackpot and progressive jackpot games that offer large rewards for lucky gamblers.

The live dealer games include a collection of traditional Western-inspired games plus a few with a more Asian flavour. This is by far one of the most unique live dealer casinos I have reviewed to date. The full list of live dealer games consists of:

  • Roulette
  • Blackjack
  • Baccarat
  • Dragon Tiger
  • Super 98 Baccarat
  • Super Color Sic Bo
  • Tambola
  • 3 Pictures
  • 7 Up Baccarat

 

Restricted Countries

Customers from the following countries are not permitted to sign up for accounts at 10Bet.

AfghanistanAngolaAustraliaBelgium
BulgariaChinaCyprusCzech Republic
DenmarkEstoniaFrance and Outlying TerritoriesGermany
GreeceGreenlandGuyanaHong Kong
HungaryIranIraqIsrael
ItalyLaosLithuaniaMacao
MexicoNorth KoreaPapua New GuineaPortugal
RomaniaRussiaSingaporeSouth Africa
SpainSyriaTurkeyUkraine
USA and Outlying TerritoriesYemen

10Bet Deposit Methods

You can fund your real money 10Bet account using any of the following methods.

Deposit MethodsProcessing TimeMinimum Deposit
Visa and MasterCardInstant€5 (or currency equivalent)
SkrillInstant€5 (or currency equivalent)
NetellerInstant€10 (or currency equivalent)
Bank Transfer2-3 Business Days€20 (or currency equivalent)
PaysafecardInstant€5 (or currency equivalent)

Accepted Currencies: 10Bet allows you to place bets in all of the following currencies. If you fund your account using a currency not listed below, 10Bet will convert your deposit to one of these accepted currencies.

British PoundUS DollarEuroRussian Ruble
Canadian DollarJapanese YenMalaysian RinggitNorwegian Krone
Polish ZlotySwedish KroneSwiss FrancVietnamese Dong
Taiwan Dollar