10Bet is an online-only bookmaker that was launched in 2003. It provides betting services in over 90 countries. Here we review 10Bet’s strengths and weaknesses from a punter’s perspective.
10Bet trust & financial stability
10Bet is operated by Ocean Star Limited (a company registered in Malta) and is regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority, Licence Number MGA/B2C/331/2016 issued on 1 August 2018.
10Bet prides itself on offering users highly secure online betting, with Secure Socket Layer technology used for all sensitive pages and advanced firewall protection of all servers.
10Bet odds tend to be in line with those offered by major UK bookies. This middle-of-the-road approach means that 10Bet rarely offers the best prices on popular betting markets for high-profile events.
However, you’re also not going to see major differences in value between what 10Bet offers and the odds from major players like bet365 and William Hill.
As a relatively minor player in the online betting industry, it’s no surprise that the 10Bet website doesn’t break new ground.
A familiar sportsbook site structure make it easy to find your way around the site and access the markets you’re looking for.
10Bet’s Live Betting portal provides access to odds for a large number of live sports events taking place around the world. 10Bet also provides access to live scores for events you wish to bet on.
The 10bet site is also available via several different domain names, catering specifically to countries such as the UK, South Afica, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Ghana and more.
If you like betting on the move, 10Bet has you covered. Visit the 10Bet website on your mobile phone and you’ll automatically access a mobile version of the website.
10Bet also offers an IOS app and Android app, but neither appear to be particularly popular or well maintained and both have poor review scores.
10Bet Customer Service
10Bet offers customer support services via e-mail and telephone, 24/7. A toll-free number is available for UK residents who require prompt responses to their queries.
The live chat option is only available if you’re logged in.
On the whole their customer support team appears to be fairly responsive, which is a good thing.
Depositing and withdrawing funds from 10Bet is straightforward, and all major online payment systems are supported. Among these are Skrill, NETELLER and PayPal, as well as Visa and Mastercard. You can also deposit and withdraw money via electronic fund transfer or cheque.
The bottom line
Whilst 10Bet covers the basics well enough, they offer far less comprehensive services than the major online bookmakers. If you haven’t signed up with bet365 or William Hill yet then these major bookmakers should be your first choice to open an account with. In fact, even bookies such as 888sport or Boylesports would be options that we’d recommend ahead of 10bet.
That being said, 10Bet can make for a decent basic bookmaker if you for some reason cannot go with one of these other bookies or if they cater specifically to your country of choice.