1Bet was stablished in 2011, as an online sportsbook that had focused heavily on the European punter market, with a clear perspective to expand worldwide.

1Bet is operated by Delasport Ltd. and associated with Bellona N.V, 1Bet’s operational license comes directly from the Gaming Commission of Curacao.

1Bet covers Ice Hockey, Snooker, Soccer, Volleyball, Boxing, Basketball, Handball, Tennis, Rugby League, Rugby Union, and Baseball. The company offers a compilation of numerous soccer leagues and championships like UEFA Championships League, English Premier League, German Bundesliga, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A and others.

However, Soccer is the winner of the sports market selection in 1Bet. Some additional soccer tournaments feature countries like: China, Philippines, Bulgaria, France, Armenia, Georgia, Czech Republic, Thailand, Japan, Australia, Greece, Israel, Singapore, Kenya, Russia, Turkey, Poland, Iran, Ethiopia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Ukraine, Hong Kong, and more.

Although 1Bet is geared to the European market, it is one of the few sportsbooks out there that also target Asian punters as well. This of course, reflects in the quick bet section on the right side of the main page as it offers both European and Asian views; which you can change from the tab on the top. Once you click on the desired odd, the bet slip will appear above the quick bet section.

1Bet company offers live bet, first half, exact score, double chance, combination bets, over/under bets, handicap bets, and many others. With almost all betting possibilities unlocked for punters everywhere, the only thing that is missing is the Asian Handicap bet.

1Bet offers its punters e-wallet, direct bank, and card transfer methods. Starting with E-wallets: Webmoney, Neteller, Skrill, Skrill 1-tap, Qiwi, Paysafecard, Boleto, and Yandex Money. The accepted credit/debit cards are VISA, MasterCard, and Entropay. Last, but not least is the all-known classic Bank Wire Transfer.

The lowest amount you can put in your account using e-wallet, is £10; the highest – £15000. Min to max deposit amount through a bank comes at £400- £10000. Withdrawal margins for all e-wallet brands, is £25-£15000 for all credit cards £25-£1000, and a wire transfer £500-£10000. In terms of withdrawal transfer speed, e-wallets are the fastest and bank wire – the slowest.

The welcome bonus is very generous by offering 100% up to 100 Eur without hesitation. However, first read the terms and conditions of the bonus and make sure all terms comply.

The customer support can be reachable via email and live chat.

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