10Bet first sprung on to the betting scene in 2003 when they launched their then state of the art betting portal. Since then the company have continued to both develop and grow their sportsbook and now boast one of the most complete in the industry.
One of the biggest selling points for the company is an emphasis on welcoming higher stakes bettors, publicly advertising their £100,000 bet limit, which is considerably higher than most. That being said, they do cater well for the lower limit players and in turn provide a real mix of a customer database spanning over 90 countries around the world.
Sports Bonus: £50 Deposit BonusNew accounts at can claim a welcome bonus worth up to £50. You need to register and deposit at least £15 to receive the offer which is awarded as a 50% match on your opening deposit. You will need to wager the bonus and deposit 8 times before being able to withdraw.
The 10Bet Website
The site has seen a few incarnations over the last few years and whilst we wont go as far as saying that they one of the better looking bookmakers, it’s by no means terrible. In fact, once you get to grips with it, 10Bet becomes very functional. The ability to flick between sports and markets without having to trawl through multiple screens is a massive positive in our opinion.
The app is actually our favoured method to use. It functions really well and it has a lot less going on than the online version, making it feel less cluttered. The app can be accessed on pretty much all mobile devices from relevant app stores. Even if you just visit the website via your smartphone’s browser you’re still going to get redirected to the mobile friendly page, which is essentially the same as the app.
What Happened to… Real Deal Bet?
RealDealBet (or Real Deal Bet, we were never quite sure how it was supposed to be written) was a pretty unique bookmaker for one key reason; it had 5 time heavy weight champion of the world Evander ‘The Real Deal’ Holyfield as the brand ambasador. To be brutally honest, it was a bit of a bizarre connection, simply because you don’t see many former athletes from any sport simply set up a bookmaker, especially one that was actually pretty good.
The site has since closed down, taking its last bets in early 2018. Since it was a sister site of 10Bet, it seemed a logical move to migrate all of the RDB accounts over to 10Bet, hence their inclusion in this review. So if you used to have a RealDealBet account, chances are it was moved to 10Bet. Check your emails for further information or ask customer support.
The bread and butter here is the large range of betting markets and sports that are covered online. Often when you land on a bookmaker for the first time you get an idea of which sports that are good at, simply by seeing which get the most coverage on the home page. But, 10Bet is a little different and they are keen to showcase that not only do they cover the likes of football and horse racing, but sports such as tennis, cricket, greyhound racing, snooker are also well equipped.
One of the highlights for Americophiles is the ability to bet on a number of American based sports, more specifically American Football, Basketball, Baseball and Ice Hockey. Whilst these aren’t new sports to the UK betting scene, the depth that 10Bet goes into with each sport has to be commended. They don’t just cover the major leagues either, they have games from as low a level as high school and work their way up through college and obviously into the pro leagues.
The odds on offer are always pretty fair as well. They aren’t as consistent as we would like from the bets that we tested, but they were never too far away. If someone said that they were using 10Bet for around 90% of their bets, then it would be tough to argue. Although, if you work a little harder and shop around it’s likely that will find slightly better value elsewhere.
Another fairly recent addition to the 10Bet betting armory is that of the their cash out feature. Cash Out means that you can settle a bet before the result of the bet has been confirmed. It’s worth noting that not all bets can be cashed out, but you will see immediately in your bet slip if your bet can be cashed out at any stage of that bet.
Live Betting & Streaming
The live betting section is probably this bookmakers strongest feature. The first thing that strikes you is just how many games they are offering and there’s boatload of different sports as well. Football plays a massive role here and whilst the sport dwarfs most of its competitors, the range is still actually pretty good.
We loved the inclusion of their tracker for each match, highlighting what’s going on in the game, along with dedicated stats and information from each game. The pricing structure also seems to be really strong and we found that if offers better value than most, a step up from their general pricing structure within the sportsbook.
To add to the live betting section, 10Bet also offer up a live streaming portal for existing customers. Here you are going to be able to enjoy a wide range of sports that can be streamed direct your desktop or mobile device. All you need to access this service is to have a funded account balance of just £1 or more.
Casino Games at 10Bet
10bet have been in the casino industry since 2003, which actually makes them one of the oldest brands still in existence. The company were able to get in at start of the online boom and in that time have managed to develop one of the bigger online casinos that we have tested.
The site is probably best known for their work bringing in new and exclusive games. They are able to offer up a good number of software providers, which allows their range to be both diverse and exciting, two essential features for successful online casinos.
The casino is able to pick from some of the biggest software providers in the industry, which includes PlayTech, Microgaming, NetEnt and Evolution Gaming. These are all massive brands in their own right, but they also offer the best games at the minute, of which 10Bet are brilliant at utilising.
The site is constantly changing and even in the few days that we spent researching how they work, we found that games were being added all the time. It was quite interesting to see how many titles that they offered that very few of the competition offered. The ‘New Games’ tab highlighted these games and whilst a section like this isn’t exactly unique to 10bet, we were pleased to see that it was kept relatively up to date.
Overall you are going to be able to choose from over 300 games, which is a decent number and more than the majority of casino players will ever need. The slots section makes up a huge number of these games, which again, isn’t uncommon. Some standout titles for us included Game of Thrones, Warlords Crystals of Power and 10 Heroes, with each being offered on mobile as well.
Table games can be an area that gets overlooked by some casinos, but we were really pleased to see that they are able to offer up a good range at 10bet. Roulette and blackjack make up a good percentage of games here, but the likes of stud poker, Oasis poker, Caribbean stud, baccarat and Joker Poker were all on offer.
The games section offers up a good range of usability and functions as well, such as their search feature that allows you to quickly track down the game that you are looking for. On top of this you are also able to add games to your favourites, simply by clicking the heart button and then each time you log in they will be saved for easy access.
The live casino has been a fairly new inclusion at the casino and whilst the range is fairly limited, it’s still better than nothing. You get to choose from Baccarat, Roulette, Casino Hold’em and Blackjack, with several tables and variations of each game on offer throughout.
The only criticism we have of this section is that the streams were a little on the slow side. Even with a fibre connection some games felt very slow and whilst we think this could just be some teething issues on their end, thought it best to mention from the offset.
The jackpot section at 10bet has to be one of the biggest selling points for the casino in our opinion. With around 30 games to choose from, there are few that really get close to be honest. What’s good is that they tap into a number of their software providers for these types of games, which means that the jackpots run much higher than if they were simply based on the 10bet network.
Standout games included Mega Moolah, Rango, Arabian Nights and Major Millions. It’s worth noting that not all jackpot games are available on mobile devices though, so it’s worth jumping onto the online casino first to see which ones are highlighted with a mobile icon.
Banking here really couldn’t be easier. They are able to offer up a really good range of methods to choose from, including Visa, PayPal, MasterCard and many more. It’s worth noting that with deposits you can use as many different methods as you like, but you will need to clear the deposit amount on one method before being able to change withdrawal methods. For example, if you deposit £100 on your debit card and £50 via PayPal, then you will need to make £100 worth of withdrawals to your debit card before being able to via PayPal. There’s no fee’s with deposits either, with the max limit set to as much as £50,000.
Withdrawals are similarly friendly, again with no fees to be paid for any method used. They start from as low as £10 and with max out at £50,000. Withdrawal times are pretty good, with most taking 3-5 days, unless you use e-wallets that can be triggered in around 1-2 working days, if not sooner.
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