Mobilebet is a web-based sports betting site that is operated by the Malta-registered company Co-Gaming Limited. The latter is also responsible for the management of other sportsbooks of good repute like the well-known ComeOn!.

The betting site is licensed under the jurisdiction of Malta. It previously serviced customers from the United Kingdom but recently decided to exit this market due to its hard-line regulatory regime.

New punters who register at Mobilebet are treated to a welcome bonus when they deposit for the first time whilst those who already hold accounts can benefit from various ongoing promotions and price boosts.

Mobilebet is home to a melange of betting options, offering more than 1,500 markets for around thirty different sports. The website features a massive selection of competitions, including favorites like the Champions League, the Premier League, NBA, MLB, NHL, ATP, UFC, and the NFL.

There are many other plus points to joining Mobilebet. The sportsbook provides professional customer support via live chat and email. Its cashier supports a nice enough range of commonly used deposit and withdrawal solutions.

As you can judge by the name, the website performs immaculately on mobile devices, particularly those based on Android and iOS. The sportsbook has been designed with the needs of mobile customers in mind but access is possible on desktop as well.

It accepts memberships from many countries worldwide although customers from some jurisdictions like the United States, Australia, and Denmark are not welcome. Punters can load the sportsbook in several other languages apart from English, including Norwegian, Finnish, and German.

Betting Features at Mobilebet

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The sleek layout of Mobilebet makes it convenient to punt both on mobile and desktop devices. It is rather similar to the design of the ComeOn! sportsbook. This is understandable considering the two bookies are owned and operated by the same company and use the same software.

Punters get to enjoy a relaxed betting experience and easy navigation. The odds drop-down menu gives them a choice from the three most commonly used formats, the moneyline, the decimals, and the fractions.

The bet slip is very easy to work with. You simply need to click on the odds offered for your chosen outcome and the wager will be immediately added to your slip. The latter is divided into separate categories for your single bets, your parlays, and system wagering.

When you add a contest, you can enter the amount you intend to put on the line in the corresponding box. The SBTech software will show you the amount your wager will return if it wins. It also notifies you if one or more of your bets gets suspended.

You can make several single bets straight up or build a parlay that contains anywhere between two and twenty selections. There are options for system bettors as well. They can build a 2/3 system with three bets, make a trixie with four bets or combine seven bets into a patent.

The sportsbook is very orderly when it comes to browsing the different sports and markets. The list of available options is positioned on the left-hand side. When you click a sport, the drop-down menu shows you all currently available leagues and competitions.

It is also possible to bet on in-play events but you have to navigate to the Live Betting section for this. There are shortcuts to the most popular leagues and events for the day along with a search tool that helps you to quickly find your favorite teams and markets.

Customers of Mobilebet can hardly complain that they lack information and resources. The sportsbook provides information about betting rules, statistics, and live results. There is no separate racebook for the time being but you can punt on virtual horse and greyhound races.

The Sportsbook of Mobilebet

The biggest plus point of joining Mobilebet is its versatile selection of lines. Here you get to choose from more than 1,500 markets across thirty or so different sports. The heaviest coverage is reserved for major sports like football, tennis, hockey, golf, basketball, volleyball, mixed martial arts, snooker, and soccer.

This is not to say Mobilebet neglects the fans of less popular sports. On the contrary, the sportsbook features markets for punters keen on handball, bandy, floorball, table tennis, darts, cycling, badminton, futsal, cricket, and pool.

Australian rules football also receives some coverage albeit not as extensive as that for the other sports. Betting on e-sports and virtual sports is yet another possibility. Fans of motorsports will benefit from comprehensive coverage of the races from the Speedway Grand Prix, the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series, and the Formula 1 Grand Prix.

The section for in-play betting is also quite neat. It mostly features live events for the popular markets but there is still a decent choice of smaller-niche markets. It features valuable information about live scores and many different statistics.

The statistic section is very well laid-out. For example, when you click on a given soccer team, the software would display different facts like its highest victory, the form of the players, and the average number of goals they score. There is even information about referees and stadiums.

Another thing that grabbed our attention was that the statistics page is available in a staggering number of languages, 42 to be exact. We consider this great because it shows Mobilebet cares about all its customers and not only those from its main target markets.

The betting operator reviews its lines regularly to achieve a well-balanced book. The prices are competitive whilst the bet limits can accommodate most punters. We noticed the margins for soccer, in particular, are better than what some of the competition offers.

The sportsbook is powered by the software platform of the well-known SBTech, which enables it to offer up to 2,000 different wager types and more than 20,000 live events each month.

Soccer

Soccer is the most popular out of the thirty or so sports covered by Mobilebet. This section of the sportsbook houses more than 800 markets. The coverage of international competitions is incredibly comprehensive.

The prices are at their most competitive for soccer events, especially where the betting action on major English leagues is concerned. Soccer fans are spoiled for choice, with generous odds for contests from the Premier League, the EFL Championship, the National League, and the English FA Cup.

Customers can get some quality betting action on big international soccer competitions like the Champions League, the Europa League, and the UEFA European Championship.

The coverage of local soccer contests is also impressive. The sportsbook takes action on soccer events from more than forty countries, with the most notable examples being Russia, Germany, France, Portugal, the Netherlands, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Australia, Italy, Spain, and Argentina.

Mobilebet deserves just dues for the massive selection of supported soccer bet types, which includes staples like both teams to score, 1×2 full time, exact score, draw no bet, double chance, total goals, 3-way handicaps, and winning margin. Outrights are also among the alternatives soccer fans are facing at Mobilebet.

American Football

Mobile bet measures incredibly well in the area of American football. On top of all staple events from the regular NFL season, you get the chance to back your favorite teams from the NCAAF. There is also a decent enough range of proposition bets for daring punters who prefer to spice up their action a little.

Some of the options of prop bettors include most passing yards, MVP winner, most rushing yards, and most receiving yards. The more experienced punters can experiment with outrights on division and conference winners.

Football fans can make single wagers or combine multiple selections into a single parlay. The sportsbook caters to football system bettors as well. They can create system wagers that consist of multiple combinations and single bets.

The more advanced who trust their football knowledge enough can make a Yankee wager that combines four selections into four treble bets, six doubles, and one four-fold parlay. The other options for system bettors include the Lucky 15 (fifteen bets on four selections), the 2/4 System, and the 3/4 System.

Ice Hockey

Ice hockey receives good coverage at Mobilebet during the regular NHL season, from early October to the beginning of April. The markets are not as numerous as those for soccer but there is stillsufficient diversity.

Fans of the NHL get the chance to back their favorites with straight-up wagers or bet the puck line and the over/under markets. Of course, outrights for the NHL are readily available. Those who are keen specifically on US hockey can also bet the AHL.

But Mobilebet does not limit its hockey offering to competitions held strictly on US soil. Canadian hockey is well-covered, with events from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) and the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).

There are plenty of options for customers who are willing to back their local hockey teams. This section of the sportsbook features events from more than ten other countries. Some of the prime examples are big hockey nations like Finland, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Latvia, Norway, and Denmark. The coverage of the World Championship is rather decent.

Tennis

Mobilebet’s game is very strong when it comes to tennis coverage. At the moment of writing this review, we spotted more than 140 markets for the popular racket sport. Betting on all major tennis competitions is available.

The biggest coverage is reserved for major championships like the ATP World Tour, the WTA, the Davis Cup, Wimbledon, the Australian and the French Open, and the ATP Challenger Tour.

The sportsbook covers a nice range of betting markets and types for tennis. Some of the most popular options include handicaps, full time winners, set betting with a correct score, over/under games, set handicaps, and over/under totals for individual players’ games.

Betting on in-play tennis contests is another exciting alternative. The in-play section is well-organized showing you all tennis events for the respective day based on league. Fans of the racket sports are provided with detailed live results, including the exact player scores for all three sets.

You can order the results by tournament or kick-off. There are visualizations for most tennis events that are currently in progress.

Volleyball

Mobilebet features an adequate selection of volleyball markets albeit not as extensive as that for the above-listed top sports. There were roughly forty volleyball markets while we tested the sportsbook but the availability changes over time depending on which championships are currently running.

Bets on all big European competitions are accepted here, including the CEV Challenge Cup, the Champions League, and the Baltic League. Volleyball is also covered very well on a local level, with a choice from eleven or so countries.

You can back your favorite teams from Italy, Poland, Brazil, Germany, Finland, Belgium, Estonia, Austria, and Turkey, among other countries. The sportsbook more or less offers the standard bet types for volleyball.

Some of your options are winner full time, set full time, over/under full time, over/under total points, set score, and match odd/even. Multi-selection parlays and systems are available as well.

Mobile Compatibility

As one would expect from an online bookie called Mobilebet, the operator boasts cross-compatibility across most modern tablets and smartphones. This ensures flexibility and fluidity no matter what device you use.

The sportsbook makes no references to the availability of native apps anywhere on its website. We found no downloadable applications in the official App Store and Google Play so we take it the only way to access the sportsbook on the go is via its browser-based version.

The in-browser app runs well across most Apple and Android devices. You simply need to enter the sportsbook’s address in your browser. The website will automatically adjust depending on what mobile device you are using.

This is pretty much an extension of the desktop website. It mimics most of the desktop features in terms of design and navigation. The sportsbook is sometimes slow to load, which we explain with the huge market volume it contains.

All available sports are listed in the main menu at the bottom. Once you tap that, the sports will slide into view on the left-hand side of your touchscreen. There are also tabs for the Live Now games, today’s events, the betting rules, the results, and the live schedule.

The app’s settings enable you to adjust the way the odds are displayed. Mobile users are presented with the same three formats available to desktop bettors, American, fractional, and decimal odds. The supported languages on mobile are English, German, Norwegian, and Finnish.

The mobile selection of sports is just as strong. Smartphone and tablet users can punt on the fly on all major markets for soccer, basketball, tennis, baseball, golf, ice hockey, volleyball, motorsports, and snooker.

Smaller-niche markets are available for sports like floorball, futsal, darts, bandy, and badminton. Another interesting alternative for mobile bettors is to punt on specials. The options listed under this tab are not related to sporting events outcomes. Instead, you can bet on things like the BBC Sports Personality and the UK X-Factor Winner, among other competitive reality TV shows.

There is also a statistics center that features an extensive breakdown of all kinds of information, from team performance to referees. The mobile version of the sportsbook has retained the cashout feature of the desktop site. This enables you to cut down on your losses and boost your chances of turning higher profits.

Bonuses and Promotional Offers

Mobilebet is a relatively new online sportsbook as it was launched in 2014. It makes sense for one such newcomer to try and establish a loyal clientèle by offering a solid selection of welcome and ongoing promotional incentives.

Apart from the welcome offer, the sportsbook provides punters with the chance to build their bankrolls with regular price boosts. There is a rewards shop where you can claim various perks in exchange for your Mobilebet points.

The sportsbook is also home to a daily promotional calendar available to depositing customers from Malta, Sweden, Germany, Norway, Finland, and Austria. Now, let’s have a closer look at Mobilebet’s incentive for new customers.

Welcome Bonus

The welcome offers available to sports bettors at Mobilebet vary depending on which country they register from. If you are unsure what bonus applies to registrants from your region, we recommend you reach out to the support team. The reps will give you accurate information about bonuses, their rollover requirements and conditions.

For most countries, Mobilebet offers a standard welcome bonus that consists of a 200% first-deposit match. If you load your new account with $10, you will receive $20 on top of your first deposit so that you have a total of $30 to try the sportsbook with.

Most gambling operators would offer an exclusive bonus for sports and another one for casino games. What’s interesting about Mobilebet is that the above bonus can be used both in the casino section and the sportsbook.

The welcome bonus is redeemable with a first deposit of $10 or more. If you use the free credits in the sportsbook, you must fulfill wagering requirements of 5x. This applies both to the deposited amount and the bonus value.

Your bets with an active bonus should be made at odds of 1.8 or higher until you clear your rollover. Another condition stipulates that only combination bets with at least two selections will contribute to the bonus wagering. Each new punter who opts in for the welcome offer has 30 days to use and wager their bonus, starting from the date of activation.

It is worth mentioning that some payment methods are exempt from participation in this promotion. Punters looking to redeem this bonus should choose methods other than Skrill, Neteller, or Paysafecard. Otherwise, Mobilebet will not credit them with the free funds.

Each new bettor can redeem the welcome bonus no more than once. There are country exemptions as well. Punters domiciled in one of the listed countries cannot participate in this welcome offer – the Czech Republic, Estonia, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece, Georgia, Albania, Cyprus, Hungary, Belarus, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Moldova, Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Ukraine.

The Bonus Shop

The sportsbook rewards loyal punters for their betting action via its Bonus Shop loyalty scheme. You garner Mobilebet points through this program each time you make a real-money punt, either in the sports section or in the online casino.

But this is not the only way you collect points. What’s unique about this loyalty program is that punters can earn points when they log into their Mobilebet accounts. You are granted 25 points for a log-in but only once per day.

Customers can lock in 500 points if they verify the mobile number they have registered with. Those who verify their email address are awarded 100 points on top of that. Send copies of some documents for verification and you get 1,000 points once they approve your account.

Each deposit of $10 you add to your Mobilebet balance is equal to 50 more points for you. Your first successful withdrawal earns you 1,000 points. This is a very fresh approach toward rewarding customers’ loyalty and one we have not seen anywhere else.

Below, we have listed the point accumulation rates for the different sports wagers and gambling products at Mobilebet:

Wager Type # Points per Every $1 Wagered
Blackjack, roulette, video poker, and table games 2.4 points
All other casino games 8 points
Single bets on sports 10 points
Parlays with 2 selections 20 points
Parlays with 3 selections 30 points
Parlays with 4 selections 40 points
Parlays with 5 selections 50 points
Parlays with 6 selections 60 points
Parlays with 7 selections 70 points
Parlays with 8 selections 80 points
Parlays with 9 selections 90 points
Parlays with 10 to 20 selections 100 points

The Mobilebet points are rather valuable because you can use them to purchase different perks in the Bonus Shop. Some of the goodies that await bettors include reload and no-deposit bonuses.

There is also a Shop Lottery all depositing active customers can participate in. Bettors can purchase a ticket to take part in the draw for the chance to earn free spins, instantly-paid cash, bonus codes, trips to exotic destinations or various items.

Banking Solutions

In regard to banking, Mobilebet works with a set of established solutions. The sportsbook accepts payments with cards, several e-wallets, and online bank transfers. Accounts for the sportsbook can be registered in several currencies including USD, EUR, AUD, and NOK.

We warn you to choose your currency carefully because you cannot change it once you register. You will have to request them to close your current account first so that you can open another one in a different currency.

If you are looking to deposit into your Mobilebet account, feel free to do that with Mastercard, Visa,Maestro, online banking via the Trustly platform, the prepaid Paysafecard, and the e-wallets Skrill and Neteller.

All of these methods allow for deposits conducted in real time. The minimum limit imposed on payments is $10 or the equivalent in one of the above-mentioned currencies. The maximum limit is method-specific. Card payments are restricted to $3,000 per single transfer.

The ceiling for Trustly and the supported e-wallets is the highest at $10,000. Being a prepaid solution, Paysafecard does not allow for transfers of large chunks of money. You can deposit no more than $1,000 at a time with this method.

We regret to say only Trustly deposits are handled at no extra cost. If you use cards, you will incur a fee of 2.5% on top of your deposit amount provided that you transfer $10 to $250. Card deposits of $251 or more are exempt from fees.
The charges for the e-wallets deposits are even higher at 5%. The positive here is that you can pay with these solutions on the fly because all of them work on mobile devices.

All methods we have listed above bar the prepaid Paysafecard are supported for withdrawals as well. The minimums punters can request are $20 for Neteller and Skrill and $10 for Trustly, Visa, Maestro, and Mastercard.

There is a $10,000 ceiling on withdrawals processed via the credit/debit cards, Trustly, and Neteller.Customers who cash out via the Skrill platform can withdraw no more than $9,900 at a time.

Most withdrawal requests are handled within 24 hours. The funds are then released from your cash balance but how long it takes for them to reach you depends on the method you have cashed out with.

The quickest way to receive your sports betting earnings would be to use one of the two available e-wallets. With them, the funds are released instantly once the 24-hour approval timeframe gets completed.

Those who use Trustly will have to wait up to 2 days after approval. The waiting period is the longest for customers who cash out with cards. They will have to wait between 2 and 7 business days until the funds hit their accounts.

Last but not least, we would like to drop in a few more words about fees as unfortunately, these are enforced on withdrawals from Mobilebet accounts. In general, customers are entitled to no more than two free withdrawals with cards or Trustly within a thirty-day cycle.

If you exceed this limit, subsequent requests will be charged $5. Skrill and Neteller users have to pay a 5% fee by default regardless of how many withdrawals they request.

Customer Support and Security

We are thrilled to report the experience we had with the support team of Mobilebet was quite impressive and we mean that in a good way. From what we saw, the live chat reps respond within a few seconds only.

They were the friendliest we have chatted with in a while, not to mention their professionalism made a lasting impression on us. What we like about this chat service is that they really want to assists you, which is the purpose of live chats in the first place.

Instead of providing copy-paste answers like the reps of some other bookies, Mobilebet’s support agents give you exhaustive and unambiguous information no matter what you ask. One of our questions concerned the available promotional incentives.

We were particularly pleased by the fact the reps laid out all the details a punter might need before redeeming a bonus, from the rollover requirements to the minimum allowed odds and the eligible wager types.

There is also an evaluation form once you end the chat where you can leave some positive feedback if you liked the service. We gave them a well-deserved thumbs-up.

The only shortcoming here is that the chat feature is not available 24/7. It is staffed by the friendly team only from 10 am to 9 pm, which may be disadvantageous to international punters from different timezones who seek immediate assistance.

Customers who are not in a hurry can email the support via the form available in the help center. You need to provide your email and first and last name before you type in your message.

Being a reliable and fully-licensed sportsbook, Mobilebet implements industry-standard security measures to prevent leaks of sensitive information. All transfers of personal data to and from the website are protected with 256-bit SSL encryptions.

Licenses and Restricted Countries

In some reviews of the Mobilebet sportsbook, you will find information that the operator welcomes play from Great Britain under a license granted by the UK Gambling Commission. Unfortunately, these reviews are now old and this is no longer the case.

The autumn of 2019 saw Mobilebet’s withdrawal from the strictly regulated UK market. Punters who attempt to access the sportsbook from this jurisdiction are redirected to some of its sister sites which still accept action from the UK.

With this out of the way, Mobilebet currently conducts its sports betting and casino gaming operations under the effective oversight of another reputable regulator, the Malta Gaming Authority.The website is run by the Maltese Co-Gaming Limited, which is the same company behind the operations of another popular sportsbook, ComeOn!.

Punts are accepted from many different countries worldwide but certain restrictions apply for customers from some locations. Many of these restrictions are software-specific. The sportsbook is powered by SBTech, which does not service markets like Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Hong Kong, Estonia, Italy, Israel, the Philippines, Singapore, Russia, Ukraine, Taiwan, and Uruguay.

There are also general prohibitions that apply to customers from some countries regardless of the gambling products they are trying to access via Mobilebet.

The operator does not accept any registrations from Portugal, Hungary, Spain, the Netherlands, the USA, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Australia, Greece, France and its overseas territories, Ireland, Curacao, Denmark, Bulgaria, and Romania.