Fun88 Review

They were established back in 2007 but until fairly recently, the Fun88 brand had done very little to work its way into our consciousness. Now, with a number of high profile sponsorship deals, they are becoming better known and that’s a good thing because there is plenty to enjoy here.

Licensed in both the Philippines and on the Isle of Man, Fun88 are open to UK account holders and there is a healthy welcome bonus to kick things off.
Fun88 Welcome Bonus and Ongoing Promotions

A free bet of up to £28 is open to new players at Fun88 and it requires six qualifying bets of between £10.00 and £28 once your account is open. Stake six times between those parameters during the qualifying period, then the bookie will take your lowest stake and credit that back to you in the form of a free bet token.

Bets can be singles at odds of 1.75 or higher or combos with each leg at 1.40 or greater. There is a lot to keep in mind with these so do check all terms and conditions to make sure you are happy.

Once on board, there isn’t currently anything listed for existing players although Fun88 do offer a Best Odds Guarantee scheme on all UK and Irish Horse Racing.

Sporting Markets and Odds Value

When you log on to the Fun88 homepage you’ll find a heavy emphasis on football as all the main leagues and competitions are shown at the top of the list of markets. Other current sports follow before you reach the full list which reads as:

Football, Horse Racing, Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Darts, American Football, Aussie Rules Football, Bandy, Baseball, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Bowls, Boxing, Cycling, Handball, Ice Hockey, MMA, Motor Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Pool, Speedway, Surfing, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Winter Sports, Chess.

That’s an impressive list and in an industry where few bookies are quoting niches such as beach volleyball and chess, this is an area where Fun88 will definitely score some points and attract some new customers. Specials markets are also shown but there are no eSports at the time of writing and the bookie may want to address this in the near future.

They are, however, very strong on live betting with hundreds of options available every day and their odds, both live and ante post have proved to be very competitive.


Funding options are a little limited at Fun88 but the major players in the eWallet market are listed here so you should be able to find at least one method for both deposits and withdrawals. Alongside Skrill and Neteller, you can also use any of the main debit cards.

Customer Service

The help button is located at the top left of the home page but this only opens up a list of FAQs. Contact options are hidden away a little at the bottom of the page but click on the link and you will find an e-mail address. There is also a live chat facility which for most players is a preferred choice.


They have been around for some time now and there is a lot to like about Fun88 including a decent welcome offer up to £30.00 and some really strong prices in a range of markets. What might make potential customers hesitate however is a lack of ongoing promos and the fact that the opening deal is a little complicated to follow.

However, there is good value for money here plus one of the best ranges of live betting around so this is definitely worth adding to your list.

Pros (+)

  • Welcome offer worth up to £30.00 as a free bet
  • Great range of sports and markets with a very good choice of daily in play betting
  • Although a little hard to find, there is a good selection of help facilities including a live chat operator

Cons (-)

  • Once signed up, there are currently no additional promotions beyond the welcome offer