10Bet Review

10Bet is one of a number of expanding bookmakers in the gambling industry. Whilst they don’t have the structure of some of the more established names, they are one who have been developing quite nicely over the last couple of years and are now a valid alternative to some of those ‘bigger names’.

The company boast a solid sportsbook, along with a strong casino offering, making them a versatile pick for most online players.

Sports Betting

The pricing structure at 10Bet isn’t at all bad. We tested a number of markets and found them to be more than competitive. What we will say is that they were very rarely best priced on any market that we tested, but they were often within 10% of the best priced bookmaker, making them a solid choice.

The markets that are on offer are of a good variety. The site is saturated by both football and horse racing, which is to be expected for a Euro facing bookmaker. On top of that you still get a good number to choose from including Boxing, Cricket, Darts, Golf, Rugby Union, rugby League and Snooker, to name but a few. In total there are over 30 sports to choose from, with each having varying numbers of markets to bet on from within.

Mobile Betting

The sportsbook is fully available from their mobile betting app, which can be downloaded straight from the App Store for Apple users and also via their mobile site for all other smartphone devices. It’s worth noting that there is a mobile bonus on offer as well for users of their app, so it’s worth checking out (bonus can not be used in conjunction with welcome bonus and is not as lucrative as welcome bonus).

Live Betting

The live betting section on 10Bet has grown considerably over the last couple of years and they are now sending more markets than ever into the live arena. Again, football dominates this section, but the likes of basketball, tennis, cricket, darts, handball, ice hockey, rugby league, rugby union, table tennis and volleyball were all on offer at the time of writing, to give you an idea. The actual game sections for each are pretty cool, in that it gives you an overview of the score and also information on how the game is panning out for the higher profile fixtures and sports.

Casino Games

Like a lot of online casinos, 10Bet use a range of software providers to make sure they are getting the most for their punters. These include Games OS, Microgaming, NetEnt, iSoftBet, Evolution Gaming, Playtech and BetSoft Gaming.  The casino can be accessed from your browser, but unfortunately there are no download versions available. As mentioned earlier in the article, you can also access their mobile casino via the download through the App Store, or by simply visiting the casino from your smartphones browser.

Table Games

You’re getting a good mix of table games to choose from at 10Bet, with the likes of Roulette, Blackjack, Craps, Baccarat and Stud Poker all on offer. What we will say is that the quality of some the games do tend to vary, and this is mainly due to the likelihood that they come from different software developers.


You’ve got a catalogue of over 150 slots to choose from at 10Bet, which is one of the best in the industry in terms of quantity. Similarly to the table games, the quality of each game does vary, but then that is going to be expected. No slots that we tested were ‘bad’, but there were quite a few that lacked basic features to make you want to come back and play it again.

Progressive Jackpots

One of the main benefits to being associated with so many providers is the number of progressive games you can pick. 10Bet have about 20 or so to choose from, with each jackpot ranging from low 6 figure sums, all the way up to 8 figure sums.

Useful Info
Payment Methods
Min Deposits
  • Debit Card (£5)
  • Credit Card (£5)
  • PayPal (£5)
  • Neteller (£5)
  • Skrill (£5)
Customer Support
Telephone 08000 470 965 (24/7)
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Live Chat Via Website (24/7)
Post 10Bet Limited, 1 Ballards Lane, London, N3 1LQ, UK

About 10Bet

10Bet have been kicking about since 2003, but it’s safe to say that the company have only really kicked into life over the last 5 years or so. This has been partly down to a number of high profile sponsorship events in football and in darts that’s really put this bookmaker on the map.

Unlike a lot of the ‘smaller’ bookmakers, 10Bet see themselves as truly international brand and they offer their services to punters in over 90 countries. In what’s becoming a very saturated marketplace, 10Bet have found their customer base by offering up their services to as many people as possible. What you will find with 10Bet is that they never shy away from things that may put off a number of smaller bookmakers. A highlight of this is their betting limit of £100,000 on selected bets, certainly something that not all bookmakers would be accepting.

The company are licensed within the UK meaning they can essentially trade to the majority of countries around the world. The addition of their casino is another signal that 10Bet are looking to press forward in this competitive environment in a way to establish themselves as one of the biggest gambling portals in the world.