Last Updated: January 3, 2020
21Bet is one of the latest bookmakers in the industry, but that’s what is beautiful about the world of betting – the new bookies are popping up continuously. 21Bet have only been in the industry since March 2016 and in this short time, they have done a great job to make sure they get noticed. This relatively new British bookmaker holds a license by the UK Gambling Commission for its betting products and a couple of Sponsorship deals in the world of sport have brought them to the public’s attention. 21Bet have formed strategic partnerships since their appearances on the market, as they are working with the Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers and the boxing World Title contender Charlie Edwards.
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Markets & Odds
21Bet have a decent amount of markets within their sportsbook which includes all of the sports you would expect. They also include minor sports such as Volleyball, Pool and Australian Rules. Notable absences include eSports. The amount of markets within each sport is extremely respectable however they go fail to provide first goalscorer markets for some major football fixtures including some in La Liga. Some of the odds on offer in football matches are mightily impressive and at times they are at a payout rate of 95.45% as a return rate. There odds across the board are pretty good with a number of sports including Tennis, Darts and Baseball regularly reporting a pay out of over 95%.
21Bet also offer the In-Play betting feature on their site, This is a great way to get involved in betting on a game once you have a feel for how each team is playing. To access this area of the site simply click on the in-play tab at the top of the screen.
Whilst the In-Play markets at 21Bet are comprehensive there are some some notable absences from their in-play platform. At this moment in time they do not provide live streaming for any sports event whilst the In-Play graphic is basic. Furthermore statistics provided to the user within many sporting events. That said, 21Bet have evolved at a rate of knots and it would be no surprise to see them rectify all of these issues soon.
Website Design & Features
The 21Bet website is designed well and is extremely clear and functional. Unlike many bookmakers 21Bet utilise a two column format with the homepage immediately dedicated to horse racing. This is rare as most bookmakers in the UK dedicate the homepage to football. In order to access the full list of sports you simply select the “All Sports” drop down situated to the left hand side corner of the homepage. The other tabs across this section include quick links to the most popular sports as well as access to the in-play platform, price boosts and promotions sections of the website.
Across the very top of the website is where you will have the opportunity to move to other platforms of the 21Bet website such as Casino, Live Casino and the recently added Virtuals section. The Virtuals section provides users with the opportunity to bet on Football, Greyhounds, Horse Racing and Motor Racing whilst the Casino section provides everything from Slots, Blackjack, Roulette, Keno and even Scratchcards.
The Customer Service area of business is one within which 21Bet excel. As well as having the popular “Live Chat” function. You can also email the bookmaker at [email protected].
We have tested both of these avenues and have found the team to be responsive, friendly and extremely helpful.
21Bet are a relatively new addition to the heavily saturated UK gambling market. That said, they are a welcome addition. The main positive to note is the tremendous odds they regularly offer for sports that include football and tennis. Add to this the user-friendly website and the helpful customer service team and you find a bookmaker that comes to you highly recommended by us.