PWR.bet Sport Review
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As 2018 draws to a close we have the newest bookmaker on the scene as PWR.bet opens its doors to UK punters. This is a company with a keen focus on the types of things that British bettors will like so it’s worth taking a closer look at the operation and seeing what kind of benefits are available.
Here’s what we found when we took a closer look at the PWR.bet set up.
Sporting Markets and Odds Value
These are the sporting markets available at the time of launch in 2018.
Football, Tennis, Basketball, Horse Racing, Fighting (Boxing Etc), American Football, Athletics, Badminton, Bandy, Biathlon, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Floorball, Golf, Handball, Ice Hockey, Motor Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Table Tennis and Volleyball.
Eagle eyed readers will note the inclusion of horse racing on the list and that will be of interest to UK customers. Greyhound racing is missing and that’s a little surprising but all of the popular markets are here along with a healthy mix of niche events too.
Some additional specials from politics and reality TV are also thrown in and for those who like to get involved with virtual events, a set of eSports betting is also quoted.
It’s common for bookmakers to start life with a small set of funding options but happily this isn’t the case at PWR.bet. Players can deposit to and withdraw from their account using all the major debit and credit cards but unlike other new operators, you can also get involved using Skrill, Neteller, Trustly and PaySafeCard.
Transactions are free and instant and please note that there is a minimum withdrawal set at £10.00.
The live chat button can be a little hard to find at first but you’ll remember where to find it once it’s been located in the bottom right hand corner of the home page. It’s always open and it’s quick to respond which is good news as this is really the only way to get in touch.
As of November 2018 we could not locate a customer support email and while there are some basic FAQs, most will head for live chat. It would be good to see more options in the future but for now, this is a good start.
Some sportsbooks come on line for the first time and they seem to be a work in progress but that isn’t quite the case with PWR.bet. Customers would like to see some offers and promotions come in before too long but for now, their absence is more than compensated for by regularly competitive odds which suggest this is a good place to hang out in the long term.
The choice of markets is a good one too and already we have a wide set of funding options which can compare with any other newly established bookie. Aside from the introduction of offers and promotions, we’d also like to see some more help options coming along but this is a great start and another new bookmaker that UK bettors should be looking to add to their list.
- Competitive prices across all sports
- Good range of sporting markets including horse racing
- Wide choice of funding options including cards and a selection of eWallets
- Help facilities need expanding in the future to include email and / or online forms