|Company Name||Mustard Systems Limited|
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MustardBet are a new UK bookmaker and not only are they licensed to accept customers from Great Britain, they are based here with a dedicated UK landline. They are licensed on the Isle of Man so the focus is very much on the United Kingdom although there is much to enjoy for those based overseas too.
The operation is very much in the development stage so new features will be added as MustardBet evolves but there are some good reasons to consider a sign up at this early stage.
At present, the only bonuses offered by MustardBet are on the casino side of their operation. These are generous and involve an ongoing cashback scheme but there is no offer to be claimed on the sportsbook as of April 2018.
Hopefully this will change in the months that follow and that any promotions listed include deals for regular customers but for those who don’t want to wait to sign up, there are benefits to getting on board straight away.
Sporting Markets and Odds Value
The list of sports may be restricted but within that set framework there is good coverage of events all over the world. Football is the main focus with prices on leagues in Europe and beyond and for each game, MustardBet have a good range of side bets along with the result markets.
Odds for the biggest darts tournaments have also been listed but at present those are your only options. Obviously we would like to see them increase and it’s expected that they will over the coming months but for now, if football is your preference, the odds are very competitive and there is plenty of choice.
The only methods of funding currently offered by MustardBet are debit cards with all major providers being accepted. This is a small list that might grow to include eWallets but we have seen a trend for sportsbooks to restrict things to plastic so there is no guarantee that this will expand.
This does allow most of us in the UK to gain access to their services but their wider customer service base would increase if Skrill, Neteller and possibly others were to be added in the future.
In contrast with some of the other aspects of the MustardBet set up, the customer service operation seems to be fully in place and already, most of the options you need are here. The live chat operator is available during regular UK working hours and there is that dedicated landline if you prefer to hear someone’s voice.
For those that like to do things a little more anonymously, there is also a dedicated customer service email while MustardBet also respond to help questions on the usual social media channels. It’s all proving to be fast and efficient too so this is a very positive aspect of the early set up.
As we’ve seen as we moved through this review, this is very early days for MustardBet and if you want more sports or a welcome bonus then you’ll need to wait but we think there are good reasons to get involved right away.
Football is the most popular sport among the betting community and there are lots of options here including a wide range of markets for the bigger divisions such as England’s Premier League and La Liga in Spain.
The prices are already competitive when compared to many of the bookies that appear on the main odds comparison sites and they should get stronger as the company develops. In time, some ongoing offers for loyal players would be welcome but this is a strong start for MustardBet and there are some good reasons for UK punters to get involved at the ‘ground floor’.
- Excellent prices in the markets that are currently offered by MustardBet
- Impressive range of fast and friendly customer service options
- Easy to use website with simple navigation
- No welcome offer or ongoing promotions as at April 2018 but may be introduced in the future
- Available sports currently restricted to football with some occasional darts options