There are a number of new bookmakers springing up whose names are based on numbers….you know the ones. So have 21Bet got the credentials to stand out from the crowd?
There are two interesting things about 21Bet: firstly, their welcome bonus. We’ll explain this in more depth later on, but basically you could earn a £10 free bet every week….forever!
Secondly, there is the site design, which is pleasing on the eye and features heavily on the right-hand side of the page; rather than the usual left. That sounds weird, but you’ll see what we mean when you visit.
Pros and cons
Unless your tastes are a little more niche, you will find that 21Bet caters for your favourite sports.
All of the main players are here as well as a collection of ‘American sports’ which is welcome considering that, for now at least, 21Bet is solely focused on the UK market.
We’ve written in brief about the app already, and it really is a joy to use. The first thing you will notice is how good it looks, but also how smooth the transition is when clicking between tabs. The days of annoying lags between switching pages can be a thing of the past if you download it!
Both pre-match and in-play betting are available with a live scores feature keeping you up-to-date with the latest developments, and what’s more if you sign up for a new 21Bet account you can use the two welcome bonuses – sports and casino – right here in the same place.
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21Bet review summary
At TopRatedBetting we are always willing to give new sports betting sites a go. After all, it is an ultra-competitive market and it is nice to see a new brand trying to take on the big boys.
21Bet are aiming to differentiate themselves in two ways: with that outstanding welcome bonus, which if you are a prolific punter will really stack up in value, and the fact that their website is very simple to use – can we always say that about bookmakers?
There’s a healthy stack of promotions available that cover a multitude of sports and market types, and so really 21Bet are going in strong from the off.
Yes, there are areas of improvement required. They only take card payments for one, and a lack of live streaming is another. But given time, these are likely to be ironed out.
To conclude, we can say with some confidence that 21Bet is a brand to watch out for in the coming months.