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Immediately you fire up the Bet at Home website, you are likely to be welcomed by a list of all the winners at the site. ‘This is a little bit off’, you might be thinking, but actually, the big list is real time update of all the bettors who’ve won at the site.

Bet at Home begun life as an online sportsbook site in the late 90’s, specifically in 1999, after getting a permit to operate in Europe. Their first offices were located in Austria, though they are currently based out of Malta. From the sportsbook, Bet at Home has expanded its operations to include an online casino, eSports and virtual betting channel too. This makes the platform a one stop shop for all your gambling needs, with a wide variety of casino games and sports well covered by comprehensive market depth!

Let’s narrow our focus on the sportsbook though, which as we’ve already mentioned has a wide variety of sporting events. Under each of the sporting events, you’ll find all sorts of key markets well catered for across American football, basketball, tennis, motor racing, football and much more. If you fancy a flutter on eSports, skiing, darts or trotting then Bet at Home has your back!

A quick search for Bet at Home on Google will reveal ‘Life is a game with bet-at-home.com – sports betting with top odds, exciting casino and cool games plus a lot more’, and it’s difficult not to agree with this sentiment. Visit any one of the odds comparison sites, analyze Bet at Home’s odds on key football, cricket and tennis matches compared to their competitors and you’ll note that the platform ranks well in terms of its generosity. If you are searching to maximize your betting profits, then this is the best place to start.

Besides the sportsbook, the site’s casino is well stocked with table games, video slot games and a wide array of live casino offerings. With top software developers such as Microgaming, Play’n Go, and NetEnt on board, it’s evident that the site has the end user’s experience in mind when setting up the website.

However, not everything is so rosy at Bet at Home. We can’t overlook their shortcoming when it comes to bonuses and promotions. The online casino is the only arm of the company that seems to at least have it right with the bonuses and promotions.

Bet at Home Summary

Official URL: uk.bet-at-home.com/en/sport
License: UK Gambling Commission
Year Founded: December 1999
Currencies Supported: EUR, CHF, USD, DKK, BGN, RUB, and PLN
Customer Base: FAQs,Live Chat, service.en@bet-at-home.com, Phone +356-20102511, Fax +356-20102590

Bet at Home Hits and Misses

Hits

  • eSports betting is offered
  • Supports multiple currencies and languages widely used across Europe
  • A wide array of betting markets
  • Virtual sports betting offered
  • One of the founding online bookmakers in the industry

Misses

  • The website appears a little bit cluttered, especially when there are many sporting events to bet on

Odds

When you lay claim to offering sports betting with top odds, then you set yourself high standards that you have to meet – which is exactly what Bet at Home has done. The platform’s odds are comparable to what other top online bookies have to offer, with the variety of betting markets per sporting event also of good standard. There are also Bet at Home specials with a price boost button, which enables you to bet on markets at inflated odds.
But how inflated are the odds offered by Bet at Home? Well, after doing our comparison with the likes of Bet365, Ladbrokes and other reputable brands, we noticed that the site’s price boost is significant. In a game such as Tottenham vs. Bournemouth, Spurs have a massive boost of 0.04, with Bet365 only offering a boost of 0.02 on the same game. This goes to great lengths to justify the bookmaker’s claim to offering sports betting with top odds.

Overall, Bet at Home has decent prices, so if you are searching for great value, it’s worth trying the site. We especially recommend that you try betting on Football, eSports and NBA if you want to benefit from massive odds.

Markets and Sporting Events

When it comes to online sports betting, we judge bookmakers based on the number of betting markets that one can choose from. If not, then we are always encouraged to sign up at a bookmaker depending on the number of winners it produces. After all, if there’s no tangible evidence of winners or lack of markets, then why would you waste your time to sign at the site?

So far, Bet at Home excels in both sections, though is lacks somewhat in the first category when you compare it to what other top bookmakers offer. The second section, Bet at Home published a long list of recent winners on the homepage. In fact, it’s the first thing that you’ll come across at the site.

Back to the number of markets offered, we managed to count up to 110 markets for major football events. Other events at the site average at 30-50 markets. In this category, Bet at Home lacks because when you compare to what the likes of Bet365, BetVictor and Betfair have to offer, you’ll realize that the site falls short with about 70 markets. Anyways, the number is fair enough to get you to winning ways within no time.
Popular markets that you can pick from the most sought after sports at Bet at Home include the following.

In football, the following are the popular markets.

  • Total number of goals to be scored in the match
  • Asian goal line bets
  • Double chance

In tennis, the following are the popular markets.

  • Match winner
  • Set winner
  • Set betting

In basketball, you can go for the following markets

  • Point spread
  • Winning difference
  • Two way result

Offers and Bonuses

Sadly again, the bookmaker Bet at Home has a surprisingly small number of promotional offers, letting you to pick from just two different bonuses based on the amount of money you deposit into your account. Deposit between $1 and $499 to receive a maximum of $200 bonus cash. A deposit of between $500 and $2,000 will guarantee you a maximum bonus cash of $1,000.

While the promotional offers are limited, you’ll be pleased to know that the site are upfront about the conditions that accompany the bonuses. We liked how they’ve provided a clear breakdown of the terms, which you have to meet before redeeming the free money.

Live Betting Feature

Scroll through the Bet at Home live betting section and you’ll realize a selection of live sports, which you can bet on instantly. This section also contains a list of all the upcoming matches that will be available for live betting. Bet at Home’s live sports center covers all the sports offered at Bet at Home. This means that you can bet on in-play on events varying from the core markets of tennis and football to more niche options such as Motor GP and eSports.

Live betting at Bet at Home is readily available through mobile betting, offering flexibility. There are added options such as Last Minute Online Betting, which give you the opportunity to place your bets in the dying minutes of the game.

Live Streaming Feature

To make live betting more fun, Bet at Home have also included a unique live streaming feature. Through this, millions of punters from across the UK and Europe at large can follow on the action, live as it happens. If we look at the UK, you’ll realize that most of the football at the lower leagues can be streamed through this feature. This means that you can watch from your home and place a bet as you wish – comfortably.

Did you know that multiple bookmakers offer the live streaming feature? So what sets Bet at Home’s live streaming feature apart? If you are on strong WIFI or using a strong internet connection, you’ll realize that it’s of exceptionally superb quality. The stream is smooth, aired in high definition and most importantly, it will use very minimum resources on your tablet/smartphone.

Is it free of charge to stream? Of course not! In order to stream, you need to have wagered or made a deposit of at least $10 24 hours prior to your streaming.

Payment Options Supported

Bet at Home has multiple payment methods through which players can deposit and withdraw from their winnings. All the payment options offered at the site include the following:

  • MasterCard
  • Maestro
  • VISA
  • Neteller
  • Skrill
  • Paysafecard
  • Ukash
  • WebMoney
  • GiroPay
  • Paybox
  • Bank Wire Transfer
  • Western Union

These are just some of the few options that you can get at the site. If you happen to be playing outside of the UK, you’ll realize that there are plenty to choose from, some of which have been customized for the country.

Bet at Home Cash Out Feature

The majority of bettors know that using the in-play and live stream feature wisely can be very resourceful. In fact, some of the tipsters online use this and easily turn a $20 bet into $1,000 in a matter of hours. But with the cash out feature, some even go as far as $2,000. Thanks to the cash out feature, these bettors can easily lock in a profit, within a matter of minutes, and move on to the next bet that looks very promising. Also, if you have massive odds on an accumulator or single bet, you can easily use it to lock in the profit as soon as the predictions are going your way.

At the time of writing this review, Bet at Home only supports the full cash out feature. They are yet to include other options such as the partial cash out and automatic cash out feature as Ladbrokes and Bet365 offer. Also, it’s worth mentioning that the cash out feature works perfectly okay, though with slow internet connection, you might experience some problems.

Customer Support Channels

Let’s have a look at the customer support now, shall we? Well, you can choose from different contact details, for different departments. The online casino, the sports platform and eSports arm also have their unique contacts. Despite the different channels, we were pleased on how thorough they were at handling issues. Their response time is very fast – usually within 6-12 hours for emails and a few seconds for live chat.
Here are platform’s main points of contact:

Usability and Ease of Navigation of the Site

Bet at Home’s default look when you land on the homepage isn’t the easiest thing to navigate. When there are so many sporting events going on at the same time, it usually gets a little bit cluttered. Furthermore, it’s possible for punters to get the wrong impression on the number of markets that they offer, as the default is set to 12. Also, the clickable button, ‘All Sports’ is very easy to miss, especially if you are on the mobile platform as it blends in well with several other clickable options.

Despite all the faults already highlighted, Bet at Home also has positives. It has a very useful function, which lets you pull up and stack individual markets under one section. This is a function that you won’t come across anywhere else online – we guarantee you!

The bookmaker has also incorporated several other touches with the aim of improving your betting experience. This can be seen in the ‘Last Minute Online Bets’ section, where all upcoming bets have been collected into. There’s also the very beneficial and detailed player’s guide, which seeks to quickly and extensively educate you on everything that they have to offer.

How about mobile bettors? What features have been put in place to enhance your experience? Well, first and foremost, signing up has been simplified. Just log onto the official site through your mobile browser and you are in.

Once you’ve become a member, you’ll realize that the mobile version gives you access to the full suite of markets, just as the main site. You can take full advantage of the few promotions, stream all the live events, cash out or bet in-play through your mobile. Is there a mobile platform? Unfortunately not. However, clicking on the ‘Mobile’ button located at the bottom corner of the screen will quickly switch to a fully optimized mobile platform.

Security and Licensing

Safety and security of players is a very important feature at Bet at Home sportsbook. As such, there are various measures and features put in place to ensure you bet responsibly, safely and securely.

A quick look at the site will reveal that Bet at Home utilizes the 128-bit secure socket layer technology to safeguard all of your financial and personal information. Under the Privacy Policy section, the site also clearly states all the information that they collect from you when you sign up, so it’s important that you go through this.

To continue protecting your account, the bookmaker will always conduct random checks as stated under their terms and conditions section 4.1. By opening an online account with bet-at-home you agree to us performing an identity verification process using the personal details you provided during registration. Further into section 4.2, ‘If we are unable to verify your identity details within 72 hours after applying for an account and depositing funds, we reserve the right to void any transactions placed during that period and freeze your account.’

Bet at Home sportsbook is owned and operated by Internet Ltd, a company that’s been licensed by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission. We used the license number 000-039091-R-319322-006 provided at the site to verify this claim and we can comfortably say that it’s a legit license. The bookmaker is also a proud member of GamCare, Gamblers Anonymous, ESSA and EGBA. All these verification indicate that it’s a legitimate site.

Conclusion

Perhaps one of the original online sportsbook online, Bet at Home has been operational for two decades now. This is in itself remarkable, as most of the online bookmakers barely last for a few years. Bet at Home, must be having some sort of special secret that has kept it going for all this time and continue attracting millions of players from across the world.

Some might find the website’s design slightly outdated, but if you look at it well, you’ll realize that the Bet at Home sportsbook platform only proves that appearance can be sometimes be deceiving.

Excellent odds; fast, very responsive and friendly customer support team and security make Bet at Home one to write home about. There’s very little that any sober person would complain about this bookmaker and at SportsBettingBros, we couldn’t be more grateful for the site!

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