Welcome to our livetipsportal.com review of the online bookie mybet.com. Our review will deal with all the aspects you need to know about before choosing your bookie. We will discuss the registration procedure, the payment options for making deposits as well as for cashing out, and the usability of the site as well as the range of events offered and the various betting options per event. Furthermore, we will answer all your questions about the bookie’s reliability in terms of the offer presented and the various payment procedures.
MyBet was originally founded in Germany, but like most online bookies, the company headquarters are located in Malta. MyBet claims that the company stands for a reliable customer service and a comprehensive sportsbook. We will now test whether the bookie can live up to these expectations.
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Before we can start betting, we need to sign up with the bookie. The registration procedure at mybet.com is fairly comprehensive, but this only adds to the bookie’s reputation in terms of reliability. However the registration form is well-structured and it does not take very long to enter the personal details. These include your full name and date of birth, your address, and a valid email address. Whether you want to give your phone number is up to you as this field is optional. Furthermore, you are required to create a username and a safety password for your account. For further safety measures, you are required to answer to a default security question. Before finishing off the registration by agreeing to the general terms and conditions, you are asked to choose your currency.
Before you can place and submit your first bets, you need to make a deposit into your newly created MyBet account. MyBet offers a great variety of deposit options including PayPal. The minimum deposit is 5 € and apart from payments via paysafecard, which are charged with a 2% fee, all deposit options are free of charge. As soon as you have made your first deposit into your MyBet account, you can start betting.
When betting, it is always vital to keep an overview of your bets. Therefore, a neat and straightforward design can be of immense importance for online punters. Unfortunately, MyBet does not score very high in our review as the design of the page appears quite complex and outdated. The buttons and navigation bars reminded us of ancient webpages which we would rather forget about, and we would definitely advise the MyBet team to completely refurbish the page as soon as possible since the horrid design is by no means a reflection of the bookie’s offers.
The main navigation bar includes all the options you would expect to find, including sports bets, live bets, and online casinos with a live casino as well as poker rooms and other games where you can demonstrate your gaming skills.
In order to find your bearings within the great range of events offered at mybet.com, another navigation bar, which appears on the left-hand side in the sports bets section, gives an overview of the different kinds of sports available at MyBet. At the centre, you can find special betting highlights, while the bet slip and further offers are located on the right-hand side.
Once you have found the bets you want to go for, you can add them to your bet slip by clicking on the respective odds. The bet slip will then appear on the right-hand side and gives information about various bet options, total odds and potential wins.
One of the most positive assets at MyBet is the variety of betting options on the bet slip. You can choose from various combi or system bets, and you can also include bankers.
As far as the language selection is concerned, MyBet cannot compete with the top dogs in the sports betting industry. Overall, the bookie only offers 7 languages, which is quite disappointing. However, as the most common languages are available, this should not be too big of a problem.
When choosing a bookie it is always vital to check the range of events offered first. The greater the variety in the sportsbook, the greater the fun – it’s as simple as that. If you are into placing handicap bets on a football match in the Australian A-league, you would expect your bookie to offer exactly what you are looking for. The sportsbook at MyBet is solid and includes a total of 16 different kinds of sports. While this might not be the most extensive offer, it should still satisfy the needs of the average punter. Especially if you are interested in football, you will find that MyBet offers many options in that regard. For instance, you can bet on football matches in a league as low as the German Regionalliga (which is equivalent to League Two football in England).
It’s always important for a bookie to give variety, especially with regard to betting options which enhance the depth of the offer. Even if the breadth of the offer, i.e. the variety in different kinds of sports and leagues is sufficient, a bookie might lack variety in betting options per event and hence fail to attract punters who are specifically looking for that. Unfortunately, MyBet again did not live up to our expectations. For a game in the German Bundesliga, for instance, we found a total of 25 different betting options including the most common options such as three-way bets, double chance, default scores etc. This is definitely a solid offer for the average punter. However, veteran punters who analyse games right down to the last detail will be disappointed with that number. Furthermore, the bookie does not offer more sophisticated options such as Asian handicaps, or score- and wincasts.
As far as the extent of betting options in the in-play offer at mybet.com is concerned, the bookie also failed to impress us. Thanks to the fact that the page loads very quickly, however, this does not really affect the betting experience negatively. The ease of operation for in-play betting ensures that you get a kick out of betting on live action, despite the low number of betting options in that segment.
In the unlikely case that you get bored of betting at some point, MyBet offers and online casino as well as poker and various skill games.
Like most other online bookies, MyBet also offers a decent results- and stats feature where you can check on how well your team or players have performed recently.
If you encounter any problems at mybet.com, the bookie offers various ways to get into contact, such as a live chat, an email ticket system, and a telephone hotline. In terms of customer service, the bookie definitely lives up to its reputation of being one of the most reliable bookmakers around.
Before cashing out, you need to verify your identity by means of an official document. This can either be a valid photo ID (passport, driving licence), a photocopy of a recent receipt, or a scan of your credit card, in case a credit card is used for withdrawal. This is all a bit cumbersome, but guarantees a safe withdrawal procedure. Another aspect worth taking note of is the fact that due to the regulations of the bookie’s license regarding money laundering it is necessary that deposits need to be wagered once in any of the products offered at MyBet.
Betting with the MyBet mobile app!
In order to make sure you can enjoy the MyBet betting experience wherever you go, the bookie offers an app for all sorts of mobile devices. Make sure you check out our detailed livetipsportal review of the mobile app.
Let us now have a look at how high the bookie has scored in our review. Overall, we have to say that mybet.com has to settle for an average score. The bookie scored fairly high with regard to the ease of use in the registration process and in terms of variety in deposit options. Furthermore, the sportsbook is quite extensive and the excellent page load time enhances the in-play betting experience.
However, the ghastly design as well as the meagre offer regarding betting options per event disappointed us. Especially the visual appearance of the site requires some serious overhaul. Furthermore, the withdrawal procedure is quite cumbersome and requires a lot of patience as the verification of the betting account takes a lot of time.
To sum up, MyBet is neither an excellent, nor a particularly poor bookmaker, and has a solid offer which will satisfy the needs of most punters. However, more experienced punters will most likely miss depth in the offer as well as a lot of betting options. Nonetheless, MyBet is definitely worth a try, especially if you are a rookie punter.