NetBet have actually been kicking about since 2001, but it was in 2009 where the company went through a major re-brand and is the sole reason why you get to use a cracking looking bookmaker today. They are based out of Malta and were one of the first bookmakers to be solely based out there, although they do have a head office based in London, along with UK contact details for their customer service department.
The brand is owned by Cosmo Gaming Company LTD and have been since 2009. In fact, it was the takeover from these guys that initiated their re-brand back in 2009. The merger has allowed NetBet to now offer their services to over 100 countries worldwide, making them one of the most diverse bookmakers in the industry. Their licensing from the UK Gambling Commission has allowed them to do this, with players having the reassurance that they offer up a fair and safe gaming environment.
NetBet are official sponsors for a number of sports teams including Hamilton Academicals in Scotland, St Etienne in France and also Steaua Bucurest in Romania.
NetBet are one of the oldest online-only’ bookmakers in the industry. They first sprung onto the scene in 2001 and over that time have expanded into one of the most diverse bookmakers that you are likely to find. Throughout this review we will be looking at how the bookmaker performs and also extensive info on any offers and promotions that they are running.
Odds & Markets
NetBet are one of the most exciting bookmakers at the minute and whilst it’s probably fair to say that their pricing structure isn’t quite on par with some of the competition, they are more than a good shout for most bettors. What you get from NetBet is an honest range of odds and by that we mean that you could bet here every week and never lose out too much on value. They work hard of their football and tennis bets in particular and we found that a number of markets that we compared from both sports were right up there. They do lack in other sports on site, but on the whole, we would happily recommend them to any weekend betting warrior.
Market converge throughout the bookmaker is very good and you could easily use Netbet if you were looking to bet on a number of different sports. The main emphasis is on football and tennis, as mentioned but horse racing, golf and a plethora of American sports all have really good range of markets to bet on. As the sport becomes a little more niche, the bookmaker does tend to suffer somewhat and it’s here where they lack over the bigger sites.
As so many bookmakers are offering up similar sorts of products these days, one way in which NetBet have gone about standing out from the crowd is from their design. The site looks as good as you are going to find and with this you are going to easily be able to navigate your way around the plethora of sports and markets that are on offer. We loved the colour contrast of the green on the black background with white text and we also found this to run well with their latest edition of their mobile betting app.
The bookmaker invests a lot of their time into providing a wealth of football betting markets. This isn’t an uncommon thing as it’s one of the most popular sports to bet on, especially from Euro based punters. But, we were really impressed with the range of markets on offer, even for lower profile games. Most included well over 100 markets to bet, with that number increasing further for the higher profile matches, giving you loads of betting options.
In Play Betting
NetBet have been a bit of surprise package when ti comes to the live in play betting section. The coverage on the whole is excellent and what really stood out was just how well they provide markets for a plethora of sports. There’s no doubt football is the main attraction here, but that can be said for pretty much every bookmaker, but aside from that sports like tennis, golf basketball, cricket, beach volleyball and even e-Sports all have a ton of markets to bet on.
The match centre on offer from NetBet is also second to none with a ton of stats on display for your perusal.
Cash out is available with NetBet and is one of the bookmaker’s latest features. You are able to cash out on a good range of games, although not all markets will be applied to this. It does highlight on site, which markets can and can’t be used for cash out betting.
The statistic section on Net Bet is powered by E Net Sports and these guys are one of the best in the business. The range of sports is fairly good, but the depth in which the statistics go into for this section is why they have become one of the most used stats based clients in the industry.