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|Company Name||Mansion Europe Holdings Ltd|
They may be a brand new bookmaker for 2018 but players in the UK will already know the Mansion Group as a successful and long-established casino brand. The move into sports betting was therefore long overdue but are they worth adding to what may well be a crowded gambling portfolio?
Here’s what we found when we reviewed the MansionBet set up.
Things start positively for new customers here with a welcome bonus that could provide extra funds of up to £50.00. It works as a 50% match on your opening deposit and it also carries a low entry point of £10.00 for those who want to get on board with a small outlay to try them out.
There is a rollover and you can only make that opening deposit with either a debit or credit card so we do suggest you check all terms and conditions but this is a good value offer to kick things off.
MansionBet back up that opening offer nicely with an acca boost together with an acca club which can provide £10.00 in free bets each and every week so there’s plenty here to reward customers who are happy to stick around for the long term.
Sporting Markets and Odds Value
Here is the full list of sports markets currently offered by MansionBet:
Football, Horse Racing, Tennis, Basketball, Aussie Rules, Badminton, Baseball, Boxing, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, American Football, Futsal, Gaelic Sports, Golf, Handball, Ice Hockey, MMA, Motor Sport, Netball, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Speedway, Table Tennis, Trotting and Volleyball.
That’s a comprehensive set of options that includes all the popular sports together with a number of obscure niches and it matches or surpasses many of the established brands. MansionBet also recognise the growing demand for eSports with a good set of events covered and there is novelty betting from the worlds of entertainment and politics.
MansionBet aren’t on the main odds comparison sites just yet but a quick scan of their prices suggests good value across the board with particularly competitive options for football and horse racing.
This is one area that could possibly be improved upon because, like a number of new bookmakers, you can only make deposits and withdrawals using a debit or credit card. EWallets may come in over the following months but for now, plastic is your only option at the start of 2018.
The minimum amount for both deposits and withdrawals is set at £10.00 and please note that any of those withdrawals may take up to 48 hours to hit your account.
|Phone||08002792688 , +35020065068|
The traditional help methods are all here so for those based in the UK, there is a local freephone number. There is also an email address for those who prefer something a little more anonymous and while customer services isn’t monitored for a full 24 hours a day, the response time has proved to be fast.
The service is an efficient one too but lots of punters like to see live chat operators so it would be good to see those introduced.
Many popular casinos cross over into sports betting and it looks like an afterthought but that certainly isn’t the case with MansionBet. Things start off well here with that generous welcome deal worth up to £50.00 and they continue in a positive manner with two distinct Acca promotions that loyal players can take advantage of on a regular basis.
Any negative issues here are really only small ones so while it would be good to see more funding options and a wider set of customer service features, this is an excellent start and already there are a number of good reasons to get involved with MansionBet right away.
- Welcome Bonus is worth up to £50.00 as a 50% matched deposit
- Ongoing offers available for regular punters
- Established UK brand
- All the popular UK sports are included and MansionBet have competitive odds in these markets
- List of funding options and customer service facilities could be expanded