Mobilebet are part of the Cherry Group of companies which actually date back to the 1960’s. They licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and has its headquarters in Malta. They have an extensive sportsbook as well as a casino and live casino sections of the website. The company aims to offer a high quality and smooth betting for its customers. We are going to take a look at how true this is now. Please also see our Mobilebet Free Bets article for more information.
The Mobilebet website is extremely good and has an eye-catching green, black and grey colour scheme. The three column format has all of the current In-Play markets in the centre of the site. This can be broken down into sports as well as upcoming and highlight events.
To the left hand side you can see shortcuts to all primary sporting events. This includes major football matches, Basketball, Ice Hockey and Virtual Sports. Below this is a full list of all sports offered. This list in full is: football, horse racing, tennis, price boost, basketball, MMA, American football, baseball, volleyball, E-Sports, virtual sports, rugby league, rugby union, cricket, ice hockey, handball, Aussie rules, snooker & pool, golf, darts, boxing, cycling, motor racing, speedway, specials, netball, trotting, floorball, table tennis, badminton, bandy, winter sports, surfing, Gaelic football and Gaelic hurling. This is an extremely impressive list and on a par with their more established British rivals. Across the top of the site you have tabs that allow you to move to other platforms such as In-Play, Casino and Live Casino whilst there is also a dedicated Promotions tab.
As is regularly the case the betslip is located to the right hand side and it is here that you can see any selections that you have made.
The log- and sign-up options are found in the banner across the top of the page.
Whilst there is no dedicated App with Mobilebet the website is fully functional and user-friendly when viewing through an Android or i-phone device.
Whilst there are a wealth of markets to bet on at Mobilebet some of the odds can be slightly disappointing. Whilst some of the odds for football can be impressive it is quite inconsistent. The range is extremely wide and varies from 86%-94%. It is rare to find bookmakers offering below 90%. Basketball is also disappointing and is reported to be at 84%-88%. Some of the bookmakers we have reviewed have offered as high at 96% for this sport.
As we have already mentioned Mobilebet have a number of other features as well as their Sportsbook. The Casino section at this moment in time includes 743 Video Slots, 9 Table Games, 6 Roulette options, 5 versions of Blackjack, 11 Scratch tickets and 3 Video Poker variations. It is here you can also navigate to the Live Casino platform where you will find 25 different games that include Roulette, Blackjack and Texas Hold’em.
Thankfully Mobilebet have a Live chat function which is available from 8am-10pm in the UK. Whilst this is not 24/7 like many of their competitors it is still a positive that they offer this form of communication. The bookmaker can also be emailed by using their Web Form.
There are a wide range of payment methods available to Mobilebet customers. Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, paysafecard, entropay and Paypal to name but a few. It is here however that we find another negative of Mobilebet. They charge a 5% fee on deposits with Visa and Mastercard.
Mobilebet offer a great amount of markets and have an extremely functional and user-friendly website. The only disappointing points regarding them is the poor odds in some instances and the 5% fee charged for deposits.