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Everything you need to know about Vbet

Vbet first launched back in 2013 under the name Vivarobet. However, you most likely will not have heard of them until relatively recently when they opted to change their name and logo and enter the UK market as Vbet.

The online bookmaker and casino provides betting markets across a large range of sports and offers new customers a generous welcome offer.

In this Vbet review, we’ll be looking at the Vbet website, odds, betting markets, customer support and more.

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Welcome Offer

If you place the occasional accumulator bet then the Vbet welcome offer may be of interest to you. 

New customers at Vbet can receive a £25 free bet when they register and place their first accumulator bet of £25 or more. 

After registering an account, simply make a deposit of £5 or more. If you wish to take full advantage of the offer, we recommend depositing a minimum of £25. Note that deposits made via Skrill, Eco Payz, Rapid, MuchBetter, Trustly, Ozan or Neteller will not qualify for the welcome offer.

After depositing, you need to place an accumulator containing 3 or more selections with each selection having odds of 1.8 or greater. Your stake can be anywhere from £5 upwards but the value of the free bet you will receive will be the same as your stake up to a maximum of £25. 

Once your accumulator bet has settled, Vbet will credit your account with the free bet which you can use on any sport or market of your choice.

Click the button below to register an account and claim the Vbet welcome offer today.

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new customers only, bet between £5 and £25, only first bet of accumulators (min 3 markets), all selections must settle within 14 days, min odds for each selection 1.8, full/partial cashed out bets will not count, free bet token non withdrawable & valid for 14 days, deposit method restrictions apply, see promo T&C's for details, 18+, begambleaware.org

Sports & Betting Markets

One of Vbets strong points is the number of sports the number of sports available to bet on. There are over 40 different sports listed on Vbet which is more than we’ve seen at any bookmaker. You’ll be familiar with the majority of the sports such as football, horse racing, tennis, golf, darts etc, but the ones which may surprise you are ones such as Alpine Skiing, Rally Cars, Sailing and even Ski Jumping!

You can find a full list of available sports below.

  • Football
  • Boxing
  • Horse Racing
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Basketball
  • Horse Racing
  •  American Football
  •  Entertainment
  •  Politics
  •  Boxing
  •  Cricket
  •  Golf
  •  Snooker
  • Darts
  •  Formula 1
  •  Cycling
  •  Ice Hockey
  •  Alpine Skiing
  •  Athletics
  •  Aussie Rules
  •  Bandy
  •  Baseball
  •  Biathlon
  •  Chess
  •  Combat sports
  •  Cross Country Skiing
  •  E-Sports
  • Floorball
  •  Handball
  •  Nordic Combined
  •  Rugby League
  •  Rugby Union
  •  Ski Jumping
  •  Specials
  •  Table Tennis
  •  The Olympics –    Specials
  •  Volleyball
  •  Water Polo

As well as a huge range of sports available to bet on, Vbet also provide a good number of pre-match betting markets. For high-profile football matches, it’s not uncommon to find 150+ markets ranging from everything from the first scorer, match winner and correct score to whether or not a team will score 2 or 3 goals in a row, which players will be carded and various handicap markets.

When comparing the pre-match odds available at Vbet to the likes of Bet365, William Hill, Paddy Power and Ladbrokes, we found them to be very competitive and didn’t find any major differences between the majority of them.

Overall, we were very impressed with the number of sports and markets available at Vbet.

In-Play Betting

Clicking on the ‘In-Play’ link will load a page containing all live events. A featured event will load in the main part of the page but a list of sports categories are shown in the sidebar from which you can navigate to the event you are looking for.

There is usually a good number of live events available to bet on at any time of the day at Vbet. Sports such as football, tennis, basketball, ice hockey and even e-sports can all be bet on in-play.

For each live event, there are a range of in-play stats as well as a match tracker which will show you current happenings in the live event. These can be extremely useful for when live streams are not available. Customers also have the luxury of ‘Multi-View’ which allows them to click and drag a number of live events into the multi-view section for quick access to betting markets, live scores and statistics.

As with the pre-match odds at Vbet, in-play odds are competitive and we’d be surprised if they were an issue for anyone. 

Live Streaming

We spoke to Vbet customer support regarding any live streaming service they provide and their answers were very vague. They did state that they were able to provide live streams but could not confirm which or any of the events or sports which were able to be streamed. They were also unable to provide a schedule or any additional information on the subject. We did take a good look around the Vbet live betting sections and couldn’t find any live streams available which leads us to believe that streams are either not available or are very scarce.

Customer Service

Customer support at Vbet is available via both email and live chat. There is a contact form available on the website which customers can use to get in touch with the team and just below the form, there is a button to launch live chat.

Upon testing, we were connected to a live support agent almost immediately but they were a little slow to reply. Emails were however replied to within a few hours which was excellent.

Vbet App

Unfortunately, after searching the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, we were unable to find a Vbet app listed and there doesn’t seem to be one available for customers at this time. This is both disappointing and surprising given the percentage of mobile visits betting sites receive.

The Website

The Vbet website has an attractive design and we’re a fan of the purple colour scheme, although that is more of a personal preference. Navigation between sports categories is easy with a long list of sports in the sidebar but we did find navigating to the main sports section a little confusing. There is no direct link to the sportsbook and instead, Vbet have opted to provide links to either pre-match sports markets or in-play markets. This isn’t really a negative, just different from what most will be used to after having experience with other bookmaker websites.

Online Casino

The Vbet casino is home to hundreds of online casino games from a range of game providers such as NetEnt, Realistic, Genesis, iSoftbet, Elk Studios, Betsoft, Microgaming and many many more. Vbet actually offers many thousands of games across their network but the UK offering is slightly more limited. However, there is still a good number of games which is made up mostly of slots but also features table and card games such as roulette, blackjack, casino hold’em, baccarat and more.

One noticeable thing about the Vbet casino is that it is quite difficult to browse game types. There is a long list of games and also a search feature which works well, but there are no game categories which makes it difficult to find the table games on offer or other game types.

There is also a Live Casino section available at Vbet which contains 21 different live casino games. Some of these games include blackjack, roulette, Dream Catcher, Monopoly Live and Casino Hold’em.

Banking

There is a good range of banking options for Vbet customers. Methods such as debit & credit cards are accepted as well as e-wallets such as Neteller & Skrill and some additional options like Trustly, ecoPayz and Paysafecard.

A list of banking options along with average withdrawal times are listed in the table below.

Method Min Deposit Withdrawal Time
Visa/Mastercard £5 2-5 Days
Neteller £5 1 Day
Skrill £5 1 Day
Paysafe Card £5 N/A
Trustly £5 1-3 Days
Bank Wire £5 2-5 Days
ecoPayz £5 1 Day

Account Settings

 

There are a number of language, odds and responsible gambling settings which customers can edit to personalise their account.  We have listed some of these settings below.

Languages: Users of Vbet have the option to view the website in English, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish or Turkish and a language can be selected using the drop-down list on the Vbet homepage.

Odds Format: There is a good selection of odds formats available at Vbet which include American, Decimal, Fractional, Hong Kong, Indonesian and Malaysian. The option to select an odds format is in the top right corner of the Vbet website.

Responsible Gambling: All responsible gambling measures can be found in your Vbet profile. Some of these include:

Deposit Limits: Set a limit to how much you can deposit into your Vbet account over 1 day, 1 week or 1 month.

Time Out: Time-outs will block you from wagering through your Vbet account for a set length of time. This period can be either 1 day, 1 week, 6 weeks or 1 month.

Self-Exclusion: Self-exclusions can be set for longer breaks from Vbet and last either 6 months, 1 year, 3 years, 5 months or indefinitely.

Reality Checks: Customers can set a reality check to notify them when they have been playing for a period of 10 minutes to 8 hours.

Summary

Vbet definitely has some good points. They offer betting on a huge number of sports and provide an impressive number of betting markets for those sports. They also have a great welcome offer and a nice looking site. However, there are improvements which could be made. Their lack of live streaming and mobile app is disappointing and their customer service response time could definitely be improved.

Overall, we didn’t find any major problems with Vbet and the additional sports will appeal to some bettors which may not be able to bet on these at more established sites.

If you wish to try Vbet out for yourself, click the button below to register and claim a free bet up to the value of £25.

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new customers only, bet between £5 and £25, only first bet of accumulators (min 3 markets), all selections must settle within 14 days, min odds for each selection 1.8, full/partial cashed out bets will not count, free bet token non withdrawable & valid for 14 days, deposit method restrictions apply, see promo T&C's for details, 18+, begambleaware.org

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Vbet Review
About
website
www.vbet.co.uk
founded
2013
online since
2013
owner
Vivaro Limited
licences
UKGC
Contact
telephone
+374-560-149
live chat
Yes
twitter
click here
facebook
click here
Deposits
Visa
£5
Mastercard
£5
Neteller
£5
Skrill
£5
Paysafecard
£5
Trustly
£5
Bank Wire
£5
Withdrawals
Visa
2-5 Days
Mastercard
2-5 Days
Neteller
1 Day
Skrill
1 Day
Trustly
1-3 Days
Bank Wire
2-5 Days
Features
LIVE STREAMING
No
CASH OUT
Yes
IPHONE APP
No
ANDROID APP
No
ONLINE CASINO
Yes
ONLINE POKER
No
ONLINE BINGO
No

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