They are brand new in 2016 but here in the UK we may already know EnergyBet because of the sponsorship contracts with Aston Villa and Leyton Orient. Clearly this is going to be a strong target market for the sportsbook and it’s good to see a bookie backing Britain but what are they offering customers?
All of the current EnergyBet promotions can be found over at the casino so for sportsbook players, both in the UK and overseas, that is a little disappointing. That should hopefully change in the near future and our news feeds will carry any relevant updates.
For now, it may be worth heading across to the casino as the promotions are generous ones and you can always switch back to sports betting once you have played through them.
Sporting Markets and Odds Value
UK customers are catered for in a very wide list which also has one eye on mainland Europe. All of our popular options are here including football, cricket, rugby union and more and if you like some more obscure picks such as chess, they can be backed in the following list.
There are plenty of eSports too and although they may not be huge in the UK right now, it’s worth a look as this is a growing market. As for value, the popular sports such as football and tennis seem to show the strongest odds.
Outside of traditional funding sources such as bank transfer and debit and credit cards, EnergyBet cover the main eWallet providers – Skrill and Neteller – among one of the biggest lists of funding options we’ve seen. Here, you can also make use of Sofort, Yandex, PaysafeCard, Trustly, EuTeller, Dotpay, Moneta and TrustPay and although those names cater more for people outside of the UK, those based in Britain should never be short of an option from that list.
If you prefer to cut through everything and head straight to a live chat operator, EnergyBet have that covered and it’s exceptionally easy to find the relevant link. There are plenty more options besides including FAQS that are easily and logically laid out while you can also contact this bookie via phone, e-mail, webform and even snail mail.
Customer support here is friendly and it’s also proved itself to be fast and efficient.
Having a bookie that openly accepts UK customers is a positive in an age when so many have closed their doors to this market. EnergyBet have been raising their profile in the sponsorship world and that will help too, although it will doubtless help build their customer base when they work on the current lack of promotions.
There are good reasons to get on board however and they start with a strong set of markets that cover virtually every niche you could want. The side betting in football and other popular sports is extensive too and there are competitive odds all over so if value for money is paramount, EnergyBet are certainly worth adding to your list.
- Excellent list of markets with a UK focus which should appeal to customers based in GB.
- Good value across those markets, particularly with popular sports such as tennis and football.
- All the options you could need for customer service are listed here.
- As of December 2016, there are no promotions on the sportsbook.