Mybet is German bookmaker that is regulated in Malta and Great Britain. Apart from sportsbook they offer casino, games and poker room. However, due to license restrictions many European residents do not have access to the sportsbook, only casino and poker. Exactly that’s why Mybet is willing work with only several counties like Germany and Italy to name the least.
Although they are indeed regulated in the UK, they are prohibited to provide their services to the British market. It’s quite odd, but that’s how it works.
Mybet has simple and easy to use website. Design is in blue and green colors as well as their logo. Webpage isn’t overcrowded with sometimes superfluous information, just the most needed one is displayed. Structure of website is quite traditional for a bookie, as it consists of three blocks. This structure is simple so even new users will find their way around. There’s a betslip on the right and A-Z list on the left. In the center you can find top sporting events of various sports as well as top-bets. It’s European bookie after all, that’s why football is primary sport here.
You can also find various specials and up-to-date news in the center block of the website.
Money lines and odds
As many others respectable bookies Mybet offers vast variety of markets of different kinds of sports including football, basketball, ice-hockey, tennis as well as exotic ones. There is a flow of about 10000 bets on daily basis at Mybet.
Surely, they pay great attention to football as to the main and key market for the European players. On top of that, Mybet offers €1,000 jackpot for those punters who can successful pick 11-game multibet consisting of games of European top-leagues. We should admit, that the odds of winning it are quite high, when €1,000 isn’t some kind of huge amount of money for average European bettor. Apart from European football you also find markets on Brazilian, Argentine or African competitions.
We should say that Mybet offer rather competitive odds, it’s a pity that many and many customers all over Europe are unable to bet on Mybet. Not only they cannot enjoy it, they sometimes do not even know it, as Mybet don’t bother themselves to gain popularity internationally.
Signing up and bonuses
Signing up with Mybet is very simple process. It’s common for many other online bookmakers, European and international ones. First, you need to fill out a form where you should register you username, password, verify your e-mail address and enter phone number. After that you receive and activation link and need to provide your full name, date of birth etc. After the end of this quick procedure you may start betting.
Using Mybet you can deposit and withdraw funds via following payment systems: debit and credit cards, bank transfer, Neteller, Paysafecard, Skrill, Qiwi and others. Notably only German resides can pay via Paypal. Remember, you should withdraw funds using the same method you used for to deposit them.
Keep in mind, using e-wallets will guarantee the fastest payout, while bank transfers are the slowest method to deposit or withdraw funds.
You can download Mybet mobile application via Appstore and Play market. For those who do not own Apple and Android devices there’s a fully functional and responsive mobile page. Mybet tried to do everything they can to keep their app up-to-date and it meets almost all modern standards. It also has the same functionality as Mybet webpage itself, including live-betting with great number of markets available.
You can contact Mybet customer support by phone and e-mail. Unfortunately, their hotline isn’t free of charge and it is indeed frustrating, as many minor issues can be handled by the phone. Nevertheless, their answers via e-mails are fast and comprehensive. Mybet’s customer support is user-friendly. On top of that, they also have a FAQ page, where beginners can get to know some terms or how the website operates.