Netbet have been in the sports betting business since 2001 and in that time have managed to produce a stellar sportsbook. That being said, it’s fair to say that they probably aren’t regarded as one of the biggest sportsbooks, but they are slowly changing that opinion and over the last 2 years the bookmaker has seen rapid growth in both customer databases and the size of their website.
The company are based out of Malta and with that they have managed to secure their gaming license via the UK Gambling Commission, ensuring the highest player safety and account security.
The first feature that we wanted to talk about at Netbet is their latest betting blog. Now a betting blog isn’t exactly a new thing in the online world, but there are actually very few bookmakers that offer one up. What we liked about Netent’s inclusion is that each blog post is written by members of their betting team, so they are all related to interesting betting markets and also offering up tips and advice as what to bet on. Whilst the information in them should never be taken as gospel, at worst they are an entertaining read, but if you look a little deeper in each article there are actually some real nuggets of applicable betting advice, which is great!
Netent now include a cash out feature for their sportsbook which can be used both online and via their betting app. Also, its worth noting that you can get a cash out deposit bonus of 20% on your next deposit up to £50 after you have made your first successful cash out. It’s worth noting that Netent don’t include all markets for their cash out facility, which is a little disappointing. We were unable to find a definitive list of which sports and markets are included, again which is a disappointing.
The bookmaker has worked hard on increasing the number of sports and markets that they include, which has been one of the main reasons to their more recent success. We will say that they aren’t the biggest bookmaker in the world, but it’s been this sort of improvement that has seen them improve so much in a relatively short space of time.