Jetbull claims to have been online since 2007, but we think that their sportsbook actually launched in 2014, making it slightly younger than the rest of the site – with it operating primarily as a casino and poker room before that time. The company is one of numerous branches of the EveryMatrix Group, who are essentially a casino software provider. Jetbull currently resides in Malta and this is also where they have obtained their gambling license.
Whilst information on Jetbull is fairly limited, the EveryMatrix Group have seen huge success since they came to the table in 2008. As we mentioned, the company started life designing software for casino programs, before then starting to acquire their own casino brands. This lead into the sports betting side of things and in turn brings us to Jetbull.
The group have over 300 employees scattered around the world and whilst we don’t think they al work for Jetbull as such, it proved that they have a wealth of experience to turn to, should they need it.
The group have also won several highly acclaimed awards, including the EGR 2010 Award for Innovation in Sports Betting, EGR 2011 Award for Sports Betting Rising Start, EGR 2013 Award for White Label Partner of the Year, winning the same award again in 2015.
Jetbull are a young betting company striving to grow in the very competitive market place of online gambling. After being formed in 2007, Jetbull concentrated much of their efforts on the casino and games section of their business. They claim to offer the “largest selection of online casino games in the world” and it is clear that the choice of such products on the Jetbull site is comprehensive. Jetbull also have an award winning sportsbook to complement their offering.
Jetbull may not be the biggest players in the game but they are licensed and regulated in both the UK and Europe (via Malta) so you can be sure that your money is safe when betting and gaming with them. The entire Jetbull offering is powered by EveryMatrix, a company who provide sports odds, online games, payment processing and the other key elements required to run an online betting company. The difficulty for Jetbull is distinguishing themselves from the competition when they don’t run their own platform but other companies have excelled and grown from similar situations, so why not join them for the ride?
Odds & Markets
We have to be honest and say that Jetbull aren’t one of the best priced bookmakers in the industry. The site lacks any real competition for bookmakers who are much more established, but it becomes even more frustrating when you see other sites who haven’t been around as long as Jetbull outperform them as well. We wont say that Jetbull are terrible, not by a long shot, there are plenty of bookies who are much worse for pricing than Jetbull, the problem arises when you look at how many bookmakers are still above them in the pricing pecking order and this list, unfortunately for Jetbull, is substantial.
The range of sports on offer from Jetbull is probably the companies best asset with dozens to choose from including chess, alpine skiing, fighting, hurling and AFL. But, coverage for these sports isn’t the best and again, they seem to get so close and just fall away. Take a top Premier League game that is just coming up, Jetbull are currently providing 88 markets for this game, when the majority of the competition are offering up well in excess of 200. 88 would probably be enough to be fair, but the standard has been set and Jetbull simply aren’t quite hitting the mark yet.
As mentioned earlier, the Jetbull site is run on the back of third party software. While all aspects of the site are reliable and run well enough, the design does suffer somewhat in our view. The site looks fine but it is certainly not as slick-looking as some of their bigger rivals. Still, there are plenty of plus points about Jetbull’s site. In-play events, the most popular competitions and upcoming promotions are just one click away from the homepage. You can also choose sports and competitions to be your favourites for easier access to them.
The number of sports and markets available on the Jetbull site is not as big as some of the more established bookies but every major event is well covered with a good selection of markets and in-play betting is available on even obscure events such as football from Antigua and Barbuda or European volleyball.
Jetbull take deposits from a huge number of different sources and if you have any questions about the way that they operate there is a handy frequently asked questions section of the site. Should anything go wrong while you are betting with Jetbull you can rest assured that their customer service is well rated and they’ve won awards for the way that their staff handle queries on the phone, via email and through their live chat facility.
The platform that hosts Jetbull operates well on the major mobile operating systems and although the mobile site may not be the prettiest out there, it works very well so you can easily get a bet on whilst on the move. Unfortunately though, Jetbull do not currently offer live streaming. They do, however, offer a solid and improving sportsbook that is well worth checking out.
In Play Betting
The live betting section at Jetbull is totally separate to their sportsbook, which actually works well. This part of the bookmaker is totally radical design to anything else in the industry, which again, works well! They rely heavily on that of football betting, but that’s not uncommon and they include a good number of others sports such as tennis snooker, cricket and loads more. You’re easily able to click on each match and see the match centre for that game, allowing you not only see what’s going in the match, but the live betting markets and how they are reacting to the stats.