Titan Bet Review
Titan Bet is a bookmaker that has continued to develop over the last couple of years or so. Whilst some may think that because they are still growing, they are relatively new to the betting industry, this would be a mistake as the company have actually been around for a number of years as Titan Poker room.
It’s never easy for a company who are more at home with casino and poker offerings to then come into the sports betting arena and prosper, but that’s essentially exactly what titan Bet have done. What’s probably been most impressive about the companies rise is that they have done everything in their power to the highest level, from offering a comprehensive range of sports and market to asking sure that customer care is their number one priority.
They’ve also gone as far as sponsoring top football teams such as Sheffield Wednesday, which signifies how seriously other parties are taking the company. They are currently regulated and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.
One of the best features on the bookmaker is the new tips section that includes a number of tips each day. What’s great about it is that it’s written up by the knowledgeable folk at Titan Bet with an explanation as to why they think this bet will come in. Also highlighted are the odds and a quick bet button for each, making it easy to then navigate to the bet. Now, we have no record on how these tips have performed long term, but to be honest from what we have read they seem well informed to at least provide some background material to your bets, making them a welcome addition.
As a bit of a follow up to the tips section, Titan Bet has included a blog section as well. The majority of this is made up by posts from brand ambassador and ex-England player, John Barnes, so the information is well worth a read. The blogs cover a range of betting tips and news from around the world of sport, making it an interesting read, if nothing else.
What’s been great to see from Titan Bet is the number of new sports and markets that they continue to add to their portfolio. We all know the likes of football, horse racing and tennis are all going be covered really well by the majority of bookmakers, but it’s the smaller more niche sports such as handball, boxing, MMA and even politics that we were pleased to see had some really good coverage, especially around big events.