|Company Name||FSB Technology (UK) Ltd|
Not only are Quinnbet accessible in the UK, they tend to focus on the British and Irish markets so, if you are looking for a new bookmaker, that’s a strong, early plus point. The list of available sports has a strong UK bias and odds are competitive enough to compete with the more established operators.
They went online as recently as 2017 but QuinnBet are building a strong reputation that suggests we should look at them in greater detail.
Sporting Markets and Odds Value
The UK and Irish focus can be seen as soon as players land on the homepage where there are frequent references to GAA Sports. Overall there is a full list of sports that British players will welcome and it reads as follows:
American Football, Australian Rules Football, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, MMA, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Football, GAA Football, GAA Hurling, Golf, Greyhounds, Handball, Horse Racing, Ice Hockey, Motorsports, Pool, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Tennis, Volleyball.
It’s a traditional British and Irish list and that traditionalism is emphasised by the absence of modern sectors such as eSports. There is, however, a section for virtual sports and punters can also bet on specials from the worlds of entertainment and politics.
In terms of odds, it’s too soon to expect QuinnBet to appear on any of the odds comparison sites but prices seem very competitive in core British sports and there is a Best Odds Guarantee scheme for all UK and Irish horse racing.
The banking section is one area that could possibly be expanded because, as of July 2018, the only options for depositing to and withdrawing from a QuinnBet account were debit and credit cards.
UK customers should generally have access to some form of plastic but it would be useful to see some eWallets providers added – particularly the major operators such as Skrill and Neteller.
The help option button is where you would usually expect to find it – at the top right edge of the QuinnBet homepage. There is no live chat facility at present but there is a dedicated support email which sits alongside a list of basic, but easy to follow, Frequently Asked Questions.
Once again, this is another area of the set up that could perhaps be developed in the months and years that follow and a live chat would prove particularly useful but the email service appears to be fast and efficient.
QuinnBet seems to have set out its stall as a bookmaker who is focussed on the UK in general and then, on Ireland in particular. That’s good news for British and Irish punters and the benefits start with a set of markets that is primarily a traditional one and includes both greyhound and horse racing.
There are lots of promotions available at any one time, including a simple to follow welcome bonus so the value is here for the life of anyone’s account.
There could perhaps be an increase in the number of customer service and funding options but that shouldn’t be a barrier to getting on board with a new and progressive bookmaker who combines choice and value to a strong degree and who also has a dedication to UK and Irish players.
- Extensive set of markets with competitive prices
- UK and Irish focus with those markets which include Horse Racing and Greyhound Racing
- Welcome Bonus in place plus good choice of ongoing promotions
- Only funding options available as of July 2018 are debit and credit cards