SBOBet Review

SBOBet is one of the biggest Asian sports bookmakers. Licensed in the Philippines and Isle of Man for their European operations, they offer betting to people from a huge selection of countries. They have been around since 2004 and are an award winning, reputable operator (they are sponsors of Cardiff City and West Ham United for example). Their website is very user friendly and offers a good number of markets. Unlike some European soft bookies they do not limit players quickly, and high stakes are allowed in many popular games. They do not advertise much, but their first deposit bonus is quite large, at 15% of the initial amount.

Their betting offer is very rich, covering a wide range of events from football to water polo. They have an app that allows you to place bets from anywhere with your mobile device, and the odds and score are updated in real time. However, the app has some issues. For example, if you click the “ok” taskbar, you will not get to the live betting page and the bets are not confirmed in real time. The app also does not support the “time being bet” feature that shows you when the event will start.

Their odds are very competitive, and are often better than Pinnacle’s. They are particularly strong in the case of handicaps and totals in soccer/world football, where they are usually priced at a theoretical payback rate close to 98%. In addition, they have a lot of quarter handicaps that are a great way to boost your winnings.

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