About Titan Bet
Titan Bet has been about since 2009 and are based out of Antigua and Barbuda. The company actually started life as Titan Poker and for many years were widely regarded as one of the biggest online poker rooms in the world. The exodus of the US market forced Titan Poker to massively reduce the company size and in turn, it was decided in 2009 to consolidate the company into more of an all-round gambling site, hence the birth of Titan Bet.
The company are actually owned by Hardway investments, who actually run a number of other online gambling outlets as well. The sports betting side of the company has grown exponentially over the last few years and the site now claims to cover over 7,500 bets a day and operate to punters in more than 20 countries.
Titan Bet are probably best known for their dedication to the live betting section of the sports betting industry. Their live bets cover a huge percentage of the overall bets taken each day and are now a hot bed for players looking to bet on live markets.
In more recent times, Titan Bet has worked hard to bring in familiar faces to try and help grow the brand. Their current ambassador is none other than England legend, John Barnes. What’s great about these affiliations is that the company make sure that these ambassadors give something back, for example with John Barnes he has a weekly column where he talks about up coming betting tips, mainly regarding football, as you would expect.
Titan Bet are quickly gaining ground in the online betting sector and over the last couple of years have managed to add to their already impressive casino and bingo games with their all-new sportsbook. The company have made huge improvements to their sportsbook, and whilst it could be argued that sports betting still takes a back seat to the casino room, they are definitely a one to watch for the future.
Odds & Markets
Titan Bet are one of those bookmakers that you just want to see a little more from to really break up into the next level. They don’t compete with some of the best in the business for odds at the minute, that’s just a fact. If you were betting here on every sport with every bet you place, you would be losing value. This may sound harsh, but it’s true. That being said, they do have their place and we found that on a number of occasions we saw that Titan Bet could match the best price in the industry with certain bets. Our issue comes in the gulf between their best and their worst odds, with this varying significantly throughout the bookmaker.
The saving grace for Titian Bet is the sheer number of sports and markets that they have on offer. On the website you can see a ticker of all live markets for each spot, which highlights that for football the number is over 28,000 and for tennis is just 700. There are variables in this with no major tennis competitions taking place at the time of writing, but it does show where Titan Bet has a good portion of their allegiance.
One of the latest features to hit the Titan Bet sportsbook is that of their cash out facility. Cash out options are becoming all the more common with bookmakers these days and they essentially allow the punter to cash their bet out before that market is settled to lock in either a profit or a loss, depending on their result. What we will say about Titan Bet’s cash out feature is available on all major sports throughout the site, but it is limited to the markets that you can use with it. For example, some of the unavailable markets for cash out include the Draw no bet, Double Chance, To win to nil, Clean sheet, Team to score in both halves and more.
The mobile betting app that is on offer from Titan Bet is an excellent addition to this sportsbook as well. The design really is superb and we found it super east to jump between markets with the navigation being fixed at the top of each page. You’re able to physically download the app on both Android and iOS which is great, but you will also be able to simply visit the sportsbook in your mobile browser and you will be redirected to the mobile friendly version of Titan Bet.
Titan Bet also includes a tipping section, where you can see an overview of tips from the Titan Bet Tipsters. A really nice part of this feature is that with each bet you get a quick run down as to why the tipster has chosen this bet and also a highlight over the live odds for that bet. It’s a great way to find out information on markets or sports that you might not normally wager on or you can simply use it to back up any theories you had with those bets prior to looking at the tipping section.
IN PLAY BETTING
The in play betting section at Titan Bet is a actually pretty strong. You are getting a decent range of sports to bet on, but it does let itself down a little when it comes to the number of markets. For example, a game that just so happens to be taking place at the time of writing currently has 12 markets to bet on at Titan Bet and when we compared that with bet365, we saw they have over 30. It’s not a true reflection of the whole in play betting section, but it gives you a fair idea od the scale of their in play area.
The cash out feature at Titan Bet is fairly new to the bookmaker, but still comes as a welcomed addition. It is available on all major sports within Titan Bet and can be used on a plethora of markets. What’s nice is that the bookmaker will highlight if that match or market can be used for cash out prior to betting.
The stats come from Bet Radar with Titan Bet and with this comes a really strong range of statistics to sink your teeth into. Whilst the majority of the site is powered towards betting on football, the stats section covers over 20 sports in total and we were impressed at the coverage, even for some of the less popular sports on offer.