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TipBet.com is a newer online sportsbook and casino. They’ve been online for 2 years, though you wouldn’t know it looking at everything they have to offer.
What do I mean by that?
They offer several generous promotions for both sports bettors and casino players. They cover tons of sports and markets – competitively priced, by the way – and have hundreds of casino games to choose from.
Put simply – I think TipBet.com will be an excellent home for many of our readers.
There’s only one way to know for sure, though.
Read our review below, where we cover all the important details ranging from banking options to promotions to betting options.
TipBet.com is owned and operated by Tipbet Ltd. Casinos. They’ve been in business since 2015 – less than 2 years as of the we first published this review.
They are .
I didn’t find anything negative to report. No scams, complaints or accusations.
In fact, they don’t have any complaints on AskGamblers.com. Their average rating is a touch below a 7/10.
They have average ratings everywhere else I looked, too. That includes a C at SportsbookReview.com, a 7/10 at VegasSlotsOnline.com and an average of 4/5 between LCB.com and WizardOfOdds.com.
Like I said – they have an average reputation.
Players are not accepted from the following countries:
You can contact them using the email form on their website:
I sent them an email and received a response within 24 hours (give or take a few hours).
Your options include:
You will be limited to €2,299.99 until you’ve been vetted in terms of their anti-money laundering requirements.
All deposits are free, too.
Your cash out options (including limits and fees) include:
|Bank Transfer||3-7 Days||None||€25.00||–|
|VISA / MC||Instant||None||€10.00||–|
The max you can cash out per day is €25,000.
They process each cash out manually – nothing is automatic. They say transfers should be sent to your account within 24 hours, and should be available within 1-4 business days.
You’ll get the first cash out of each calendar week for free. From there each additional cash out will cost you €5.
They offer a couple different welcome promos – one for their sportsbook and one for their casino. The following are details for both offers.
You get more out of the 100% match bonus, but you get more mileage out of every dollar you deposit with the 200% match.
The playthroughs for each offer are different. For the 100% match offer, you’ll need to wager the deposit and bonus amount 5 times. The 200% match has a 12x playthrough. In either case the odds need to be 1.90 or higher.
It’s a little odd to me that the playthroughs are different, much less different by that much of a margin. It’s almost if they punish you for wanting to claim the higher match offer.
They have a few offers for both sports bettors and casino players. The following are details for their evergreen offers.
This bonus has a 2x rollover on odds of 2.00 or higher.
Here’s how this feature works:
That’s all they have for reoccurring offers in the casino. But to give you an idea of the types of offers they have, here’s the limited time offers you could claim when I reviewed them:
To stay up to date on all TipBet’s offers, I recommend you bookmark their promotions page.
It doesn’t look like it. But I sent them an email to be sure, and here’s what they had to say:
That’s unfortunate. It’d be nice to see even a basic comps/point program that’s available to all customers, as opposed to only rewarding the biggest spenders.
TipBet.com covers more than 50,000 sporting events and up to 10,000 live events every month.
You can see all this for yourself when you hit their sportsbook. Down the farthest left-side you’ll find all the sports they cover. That includes:
They cover fewer sports/markets than other sportsbooks do. But they cover the basics, which is what I think people will care about most.
Not only that, but they cover A LOT within these few sports. When you click on a sport or event you’ll have several sub-sports, events, leagues to choose from.
That was the biggest section by far.
But even then, most categories had a handful of sub categories. Each one had several, if not dozens of markets to bet on.
Keep in mind I also reviewed TipBet.com during the offseason for both football and basketball, and MLB baseball was close to winding down. So, I expect there to be far more options, and probably hundreds, if not thousands of additional markets to choose from.
There’s so much going on that I can see how it might overwhelm some bettors.
Which is why I like this one feature you’ll find above their list of sports. It’s a slider you can move from left to right, which controls what matches they showed you – based on whether it starts within 3 hours, 24 hours, 3 days or all.
They also have a highlight tab that – from what I understand – shows you the most popular, best or soon-to-start matches. They have a last-minute tab, too, for everything that will start soon.
I recommend you try these filters to see if they’ll improve your experience betting here.
TipBet.com also covers horse and dog races, too. You’ll find those options in their virtual sports section.
They do. It’s listed in the main navigation instead of in the sidebar.
When I reviewed them they were covering matches for:
There were more than 55 markets overall, though this will obviously vary from day-to-day.
TipBet.com offers live esports, too. But there weren’t many matches going when I reviewed them.
Overall, they seem to cover the basics. There are better sportsbooks for serious esports bettors, but I think your average punter will be plenty happy betting here.
What was neat about their setup is that you can choose which sports you wanted to monitor from their selection at the top.
For example, you can highlight all the esports and soccer options, and only see the current betting options for those sports and events.
Other than that, I noticed they covered TONS of soccer matches. There wasn’t a whole lot else going on while I was there.
TipBet’s minimum bet limit is €1. The max stake per ticket is €500.
They limit you to €25,000 (in winnings) per bet, and €100,000 per week / withdrawal.
I didn’t see anything that suggested they limit winners, close accounts or prohibit arbitrage in their terms and conditions.
The only thing I can see that might limit +EV bettors is their max betting limits.
You can access their sportsbook from your desk/laptop. You can also access them from your tablet and smartphone by going to m.tipbet.com.
They say they have (native) apps for Android and iOS, too. But I couldn’t find them anywhere, nor did I find any info about them on other review sites.
TipBet.com gets their games from top-shelf software companies, such as:
Their providers – thus, the games you can view and/or play – will likely depend on the jurisdiction you’re playing from. This is pretty common practice for international casinos.
I point this out so you’re not surprised if you don’t see the games we list below. It’s possible they’re just not available to players in your region. You can read their terms and conditions (or contact them) to know for sure, though.
Anyway, TipBet.com covers the full spectrum of online games – this includes slots, progressive jackpot games, table games, card games, video poker machines and live dealer card games.
The TipBet.com casino is an instant play casino, which means you play from your browser. No download is required.
Mobile users can access their casino and live casino from their browsers, too. Just go to m.tipbet.com and you’ll land on their mobile website.
I didn’t go through all their games, but after quickly scanning their list of mobile games, I wouldn’t be surprised if there are more than 100 to choose from.
Here are some examples of games you can play from all the major categories. I’ll share any comments I have after.
TipBet.com has an excellent selection of games. I don’t think I was able to see them all, either – on account of me searching their website from the United States.
So, my opinion of them is strictly on a ‘as is’ basis – and I think – as is – they have a solid casino.
Their slots cover everything from licensed slot titles to fun themes such as old school (Hollywood) monsters, fairytales, video games, animals, money, outer space, wild west, and a lot more.
They have up to 9 reels and more than 3,000 paylines. Absolutely crazy!
When I look at their table games, there’s really nothing I want to add. They cover all the basics, and then have variants of those basics (from different software providers) on top of that.
Then there are their live dealer games. They cover the basics here, too. On top of that they have variants, many of which are country-specific.
Overall, I feel they have a well-rounded casino. It reminds me of a brick and mortar casino. I’d be very happy playing here, never-mind the fact that some players will have even MORE games to play because of the area they’re playing from.
Honestly, there isn’t a whole lot I think they need to fix or improve.
I’m not a fan of their rollover requirements. They’re high – and that goes for both the sportsbook and casino.
They don’t have a general VIP program, either. But that’s the extent of my complaints.
But they DO cover tons of sports and markets for sports bettors. And while they have relatively low betting maxes, they have relatively high maxes for total wins and cash outs.
I think bettors will be especially happy with their soccer betting selection and live betting sections.
Then there’s their online casino, where they have hundreds of different casino games from several of the industry’s top software companies. Most casinos have several gaps in terms of games they could add. But that’s not the case here.
The bottom line – TipBet.com offers a solid online gambling experience. It very much mirrors what you’ll find in a brick and mortar casino.
All from a casino who’s less than 2 years old.
For those reasons – if you’re looking for a new sportsbook and casino to call home, I highly encourage you to give TipBet.com a closer look.
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