Titan Bet Review

Titan Bet

7.1/10

Titan Bet

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Company & Website Info

Online Since:2010
Registered:Antigua and Barbuda
Company Name:Fastengine Limited
Website:http://www.titanbet.com/

In an era where there are so many new players in the sports gambling industry, Titan Bet have some history and this company was first established online back in 2007. They have a good reputation in mainland Europe for prices and offers and deserve more attention from a UK point of view.

Currently licensed in Antigua, they are growing all the time and that development is highlighted, in the first instance, by a much improved welcome offer.

Titan Bet Bonus and Ongoing Promotions

That welcome offer promises up to £35 for new players and it comes as a 100% match on your first 5 qualifying bets of £5 or more. To claim it, register a few basic details and place your opening bets at odds of 2 (1/1) or longer.

Titan Bet will then match your 5 opening stakes and if you can credit at least £25 then you can take full advantage of one of the best opening deals around.

For ongoing promotions, Titan Bet’s offers tend to centre around the large sporting events. In February 2016 for example, you can get £20.00 free bet deals on both the 6 Nations Rugby and the Premier League of Darts.

Naturally that means that promos will change on a regular basis so be sure to follow the news updates for full details.

Sports Markets and Odds Value

Some odds comparison portals are just starting to feature Titan Bet so it is fairly easy to track them down if you want to compare prices very quickly. We think that while they are strong on all options, football is particularly competitive and they quote on a huge set of leagues across the world.

The full list of sporting markets is good too and is comparable with most of the major providers.

Football, Tennis, Horse Racing, Basketball, Cricket, Ice Hockey, American Football, Baseball, Darts, Snooker, Cycling, Rugby Union, Volleyball, Handball, Greyhounds, Motor Sport, Golf, Rugby League, Boxing, MMA, Australian Rules Football.

Like most bookies, Titan Bet also quote for specials in the world of entertainment and politics so this is a healthy list which should offer plenty of choice for everyone.

Main Pages of Titan Bet

  • HomepageHomepage
  • Live BettingLive Betting
  • Promotion PagePromotion Page
  • Banking PageBanking Page
  • Banking

    The list of funding options could be a little wider perhaps but Paypal is here and that’s a big bonus. In addition, there are other e-wallets including Neteller, Skrill and Entropay while you can obviously use the traditional methods of bank transfer, plus the major credit and debit cards if you prefer.

    It’s a small list but with Paypal offered there should be at least one option for each account holder.

    Customer Service

    Contact Details

    Email:[email protected]
    Phone:0800 327 7261 (UK) , +359-2-489-6902 (Int)
    Live Chat:Yes

    The Titan Bet website is a little bit cluttered and the help options may be harder to find as a result but there is a live chat icon – speech bubble – at the top near the centre. Most players like to speak to someone in real time and this is certainly the quickest way to get an answer.

    Alternatively, the links at the bottom will take you to a list of FAQs or you can contact support via phone or e-mail.

    Conclusion

    Titan Bet have developed significantly over the last two years or so to give better value to their customers. That value starts with a greatly improved welcome offer up to £100.00 while the ongoing promos are some of the best in the industry.

    Prices are competitive and markets are plentiful so there are many good reasons why you should look into signing up with Titan Bet right away.
    Pros (+)

    • Excellent 100% matched deposit welcome offer up to £100
    • Great choice of ongoing offers that include free bets on major sporting tournaments
    • Excellent customer service including live chat option

    Cons (-)

    • Website has almost too much information and some find it hard to navigate