Mobilbet have been about since 2014 and in that time have been one of the more innovative brands. The company, as you’ve probably guessed from their name, concentrates mainly on mobile betting, with their site originally being fully designed around this format. But, these days they are much more rounded and include just as good a desktop layout as they do mobile.
What’s interesting about Mobilebet is that they are apart of the same group as ComeOn Gaming, who have probably been the most successful start-up gambling site over the last couple of years. You’ll find many similarities between the two, which isn’t a bad thing, but the standout features, such as mobile betting definitely stand out more within the Mobilebet brand. The company are currently based out of Malta and are fully licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.
MobileBet have sprung onto the online betting scene in 2014 and have tried a slightly different approach than most bookmakers. Their first port of call was to release the platform on mobile, but it soon became apparent that the success of the site was dependant on having a good desktop bookmaker as well, and now they provide both to their users.
The desktop version will likely be familiar to those who have used platforms such as ComeOn, as the design is almost identical. But, they have managed to include their own twist on proceedings and with it comes a modern, clean looking bookmaker. But, the site, as the name suggest, is heavily waited around mobile betting and we feel that you get much more of a user experience from this and would be our recommendation to try out.
In Play Betting
The sites in-play betting section is a strong addition to MobileBet and what we liked was the fact that it was integrated into the bookmaker. What we mean by this is that often you find these sections load up in separate page and often feel a little bit disjointed, but with MobileBet you are able to remain within the bookmaker and still place your in-play bets.
The statistics section has been a relatively new addition to the bookmaker and an area that we feel is absolutely vital for any serious punter. It’s powered by ENet Scores, who are one of the best and comes packed with data from dozens of sports. The design maybe isn’t as polished as some of their rivals, but it’s functional, so cant complain too much.
Fantastic Mobile Site
Finally we just wanted to touch upon the mobile site again, as this is really where the bookmaker excels. It’s one of the best looking in the market at the minute and what’s great is that you can access pretty much all sports and markets as well. The downside is that the live betting section is a little fiddly and doesn’t seem to update as quickly as the desktop site, which will be something to consider if you are big into your live betting. Aside from that, it’s definitely the best feature within MobileBet, which should come as little surprise given their name and what the company was originally focused around.