|Company Name||TGP Europe Ltd|
They only began life in 2016 but already, BetEast are proving to be a hit with new customers from all over the world and the good news for customers in Great Britain is that the company has a UK license and is open to those residents.
You may have seen them as official shirt sponsors for Premier League side Swansea City but why should you take things a step further and look into signing up for a new account?
As of January 2017 there was no generic welcome offer for new customers but the operator has been listing some price boosts on selected football games. This type of deal is open to new account holders only and will enhance the odds in a certain game – typically these might go from an odds on figure to something around 3/1 or longer so they are worth looking for.
BetEast will also pick certain games and introduce a promotion such as a refunded bet for a 0-0 Bore Draw Breaker scoreline. More regular deals can be found for horse racing and football and there is a best odds guarantee for all UK and Irish racing.
Check terms and conditions and check back to see if BetEast introduce a welcome offer in the future.
Sporting Markets and Odds Value
The operator has produced an extensive list of events that should cover all niche markets, along with all the popular sports you would expect. Here is that full list.
As they don’t currently appear on odds comparison sites it is a little hard to judge how BetEast stack up against competitors but taking a sample of events shows that they offer value for money in their prices, particularly in core events such as football and tennis.
The good news is that the main eWallet providers – Neteller and Skrill – are made available to all customers and you can naturally use any of the major debit cards. However, that is where the list currently ends.
It has to be remembered that BetEast are a very new bookmaker and that list could well be expanded on in the future but for now, that does hold the main methods so most punters have the opportunity to get on board.
|Phone||+44 207 347 5883.|
BetEast’s help button is very prominently displayed and when you click on here it just gives you some standard info and some FAQs. To actually get in touch, you will need to find the contact button at the bottom which will lead to a set of email addresses.
Support is effective but the options could maybe be wider and easier to find.
The positives certainly win over the negatives at BetEast right now and any areas of the site that need improvements are set to pick up from this point. There may not be a traditional welcome bonus but they have started to offer the kind of enhanced odds promos for new customers that we have seen elsewhere.
Ongoing promotions are very strong and there is value with these, and with the prices that BetEast offer across their markets. Some punters would like to see a standard welcome bonus but in general, the downsides here are very small and this would be a good addition to your gaming portfolio.
- Excellent set of ongoing promotions including one-off bonuses and regular deals for football and horse racing.
- Enhanced odds deals for new customers will appear from time to time
- Value prices across a good range of markets which includes some unusual niches.
- The current lack of a standard welcome bonus is likely to deter part of a potential new customer base
- Fairly restricted set of funding options.