Jetbull, who are based in Malta, have continued to make some really positive gains in the gambling industry over the last few years. The site comes packed with features and to accompany their sports betting they also include a healthy casino option, which is important in this day and age.
But, it’s the sports betting side of things that we are concentrating on, looking at just how they perform against the competition. What has been interesting to see is just how much the site has grown in the relatively short period of time that they have been live. Jetbull have come under some criticism in the past about their coverage, but from what we have found, they seem to have largely put these negatives behind them.
The Jetbull Website
First, logging on to the site will bring you to what is a pretty standard layout. There’s a list of sports down the left, some of the latest betting markets in the middle and then your bet slip running down the right hand side. The colour scheme of red, black and white works well, but it does look a little dated if we were to be hyper critical of it.
You’re going to be able to gain access to the site on your mobile as well. There is no need to download anything as the HTML 5 platform that the site is based on will automatically know that you are on your mobile and then provide the new layout designed specially for that. We did find that the mobile site is a lot easier than the regular site to use, which seems to be a running theme. The ability to jump between sports and markets was much simpler and the integrated bet slip allowed you to add selections without ever having to leave the page.
Jetbull’s site comes fully equipped with a great range of sports to bet on. The biggest pull for this has to be with football, which makes up almost 70% of their sports coverage, a massive amount even for a bookmaker this size. Again, this isn’t something uncommon, but it’s worth bearing in mind if you are looking to bet frequently on other sports.
It’s also worth noting that the site offers limited horse racing opportunities, which is surprising as it usually comes second to only football in terms of number of markets for European facing bookmakers. However, the likes of tennis, basketball, American football, baseball and golf offered suitable alternatives.
Another point that is well worth a mention is the increased number of markets for e-sports. A section that often gets overlooked, especially from the mainstream, e-sports is actually growing at a a massive rate. It’s been good to see bookmakers like this, who need to find their own niche, really kick on and take advantage of this.
Price wise, Jetbull actually came out better than we had expected. The odds are a little hit and miss in that you can find some that are up there with the top prices and others that are pretty terrible. Football odds were really good though and probably the bookmakers most consistent area. Outside of this, it is a little more erratic, but if you shop around then it’s likely you will find some good value here.
Live Betting & Streaming
The live betting section is another that is hard to fault. They provide a massive range of games that will be added to this section and whilst football again dominates here, they are able to provide a pretty diverse range to choose from. We also liked the fact that it highlighted when odds had changed, allowing you to see when certain markets were moving.
The range of in-play markets leaves a little to be desired though and whilst you get around 50 in-play markets for the higher profile football matches, it’s quite a way short of some of the more established gambling operators. But, you do need to bear in mind that markets change as matches progress, so the number may start to increase somewhat.
Jetbull might just have the largest range of banking methods that we have seen at any bookmaker. In total we counted 38 depending on what country you deposit from, which is incredible. These range from debit cards, e-wallets to instant banking options. When depositing you won’t be charged any fees from any of the methods. Minimum deposits generally start from as little as €10/£9, with maximum deposits being around the £5,000 mark.
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