MobileBet is the sister site of ComeOn – one of the most popular online casinos around today.
While MobileBet may not be geared too heavily towards offering casino games (although they do have an online casino), their sports betting markets are exemplary, offering a huge array of markets from classic British events like: Horse Racing, Football, Rugby, and Tennis; to international games like: the NFL, Baseball, Basketball, and even Beach Volleyball.
With a wide and a generous range of promotional offers and lucrative sign-up bonuses MobileBet has become a hit with players, and in the following post we’re going to take a look at some of the main features at the site.
Sign Up Bonus
MobileBet offer a pretty run of the mill loyalty program which takes the form of a comp points scheme. As soon as you’re signed up you’ll begin to earn points for the actions you take at the site, including depositing, withdrawing and even verifying your personal details. While it may not be all that exciting, there is nothing wrong with it either.
Once you’ve earned a fair number of points you’ll be able to exchange them in the MobileBet shop for a wide variety of rewards, including re-load bonuses, real cash, and access to exclusive competitions.
While the number of points you earn varies depending on the particular market or event you are betting on, there are a few rough guidelines to give you an idea of the points earning potential: each single you place will earn you 10 points per £1 staked; place a double and you’ll earn 20 points per £1 staked; a treble offers 30 points per £1 staked.
You can view your current points from the ‘My Account’ section of the login area, and then head to the MobileBet ‘Shop’ to view the various prizes and rewards you can exchange your points for.
The MobileBet Website
MobileBet’s website has recently undergone a well needed freshen up. The old website wasn’t bad, as such, it was just a little clunky and not as user friendly as it could have been.
Thankfully, MobileBet have now resolved this, and their striking new website encompasses rich green and black colours to make a bold standout statement.
Below, we’re going to cover some of the main features and website facilities that ensure MobileBet offer punters a high-quality online betting experience.
In-play betting is swamping the United Kingdom, and more and more players are looking to get in on the action, placing thousands of bets on games and matches while the drama is still unfolding.
One of the biggest benefits of in-play betting is that you open up a huge new range of fun betting markets that you simply wouldn’t have access to were you betting normally. In the case of football, for example, this could include betting on which side will be give the next yellow card, or which player will score the next goal.
The range of in-play bets at MobileBet is fantastically diverse, and to get started you need to click the ‘In-Play’ option from the main navigation menu. You will then be taken to a screen which showcases all of the current events available to bet on, along with some of the main bet-types, and the odds presented next to them.
While it can be quite hard to find profitable in-play bets, if you’re willing to put little bit of time into it you can end up finding some pretty lucrative opportunities, and this is just one of the reasons why in-play markets have become so popular with players today.
It goes without saying that MobileBet have clearly spent a lot of time, energy, and money on developing their in-play betting section – the quality is second to none.
MobileBet offer what’s called a ‘Bet Search’ from their homepage, and while this is essentially nothing more than a search bar, it’s the system behind the search function that makes it so effective. Of course, you can search for events directly – like ‘Champions League’ for example – but you can also search individual players’ names, certain bet types (like Asian handicaps), and even the venues where matches are being played.
This gives you quick and easy access to a ton of different markets, so while it’s only a small feature, it’s one that greatly enhances your time at MobileBet.
Like virtually every other online sports book, MobileBet have significantly extended their offerings by developing a fully rounded online gambling experience, so that players can enjoy betting whatever mood they are in.
For example, there is an online casino where you can play a huge number of video slots, casino table games, and Video Poker titles. You’ll also find a special tab for their ‘Live Dealer Casino’, where you can play some classic casino table games like 3 Card Poker, Roulette, Blackjack, and Baccarat, against a real-life dealer who is streamed directly to your computer screen via video.
With over 600 games to enjoy in all categories, it’s not hard to see why MobileBet have managed to secure a significant slice of the online sports book pie.
MobileBet offer an extremely varied selection of payment methods for you to take advantage of, and whether you’re looking to use your credit card or an EWallet, you’ll definitely find something suitable, and all with no fees attached and instant deposit processing. Some of the payment methods available include: Visa and Mastercard Debit/Credit cards, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, WebMoney, and Ukash; and recently MobileBet have added PayPal to their roster too, ensuring UK players can enjoy fast and fee-free withdrawals.
One thing to note, is that only a small number of MobileBet’s accepted payment methods can be used to claim their welcome bonuses. For example, deposits made using Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, WebMoney, and Ukash are all excluded from the main welcome bonus promotion – so if you’re looking to claim it (and you should be), make sure you use one of the accepted payment methods to avoid getting caught out.
In terms of the withdrawal times, unfortunately MobileBet falls a little short when compared to most of the other bookmakers. Withdrawals can take up to 72 hours to process… This is way too long in our opinion, as the worst-case scenario practically everywhere else is 48 hours. Thankfully though, while MobileBet’s stated withdrawal time is pretty disappointing, the average time it takes to process withdrawals in reality seems to be around 20 hours.
NOTE: Withdrawals made at weekends and on Bank Holidays will be subject to delays, as MobileBet’s finance team either doesn’t work or has fewer staff members during these periods.
As always, for a full breakdown of the payment methods alongside any limits associated with them, just head to MobileBet’s website and navigate to the ‘Help’ section, where you can find detailed guides on the payment methods at the site.