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SportsBetting.com Review

SportsBetting.com may be one of the newer apps on the block, but it handles nearly as well as some of the more seasoned sportsbooks. The generous new-customer promotion — one of the best we’ve ever seen — easy-to-navigate app, robust lineup of props bets, daily odds boosts and sports news make it a solid pick for bettors of all experience levels.

Top Takeaways for 2021

After testing 20 online sportsbooks for our 2021 review, here are our top findings on SportsBetting.com:

  • SportsBetting.com’s first-time deposit match of 200% up to $500 with a 1X rollover is one of the best we’ve seen.
  • Although the variety of bets and live bets is not yet on par with DraftKings or PointsBet, most bettors (ourselves included) will be satisfied with the offerings.
  • Standout features at SportsBetting.com include fresh news articles, game previews, and game predictions.

Bet now for up to $500 in promotions

Overall Summary

Rank: 8th
FeatureSportsBetting.com
Overall 4 Stars
Sports & Bets Offered 4 Stars
Odds 2.5 Stars
Live Betting 4 Stars
Mobile Betting 4 Stars
Bonuses & Promotions 4.5 Stars
Education 3.5 Stars
Ease of Use 3.5 Stars

What states is SportsBetting.com legal in?

SportsBetting.com is available online in the following states:

  • Colorado

What do you need to create a SportsBetting.com account?

Creating a SportsBetting.com account takes about five minutes and requires the following information:

  • Email
  • First and last name
  • Date of birth
  • Last four digits of your social security number
  • Phone numberAddress

Although creating an account is quick and easy, you can test drive the app without creating an account. Just by downloading the app you can view the layout, promotions, sports and bets offered, and more. I recommend doing this to see if you like the user interface before actually creating an account.

What sports can you bet on at SportsBetting.com?

SportsBetting.com currently offers 14 different sports, including all of the most popular sports and leagues. In other words, as long as you aren't looking for sports like cycyling SportsBetting.com has it.

FeatureSportsBetting.com
Total Sports Offered14
Aussie Rules (AFL) No
Baseball (MLB) Yes
Basketball (NBA) Yes
Basketball (NCAA) Yes
Boxing Yes
Cricket Yes
E-Sports No
Football (NFL) Yes
Football (NCAA) Yes
Golf (PGA) Yes
Hockey (NHL) Yes
Horse Racing No
MMA (UFC) Yes
Rugby (League) Yes
Rugby (Union) Yes
Soccer (EPL) Yes
Soccer (MLS) Yes
Tennis Yes
Sports & Bets Offered 4 Stars

What bet types are available at SportsBetting.com?

SportsBetting.com offers all standard bets including spread, moneyline, total, parlay, future, and prop bets. Where its betting menu exceeds expectations is with the sheer number of prop bets and daily odds boosts it offers.

  • Standard bet types: SportsBetting.com offers all of the must common bet types including spread, moneyline, over/under (total), parlay, prop, future, and teaser bets. These bet types are featured at every sportsbook.
  • Daily odds boosts: Odds boosts are another frequent feature of online betting sites. SportsBetting.com calls its odds boosts “Bet Boosts.” Here’s how it works: If the sportsbook boosts the odds of the Denver Nuggets to cover the spread and the game’s over/under to hit from +260 to +310, you would win $3.10 instead of $2.60 for every $1 you wagered.
  • Cash out feature: Like most sportsbooks, SportsBetting.com offers a cash out feature. This allows bettors to amend their original bet and lock in a profit or a loss by settling the bet (or a portion of the bet) before the event has finished.

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SportsBetting.com bonuses

For avid sports bettors who open accounts at multiple sportsbooks, the new-customer promotion alone makes SportsBetting.com worthwhile. It’s one of the best we’ve seen in 2021. After that, you’ll want to stick around for the ongoing promotions, which are also generous.

SportsBetting.com new customer bonus

SportsBetting.com offers a 200% deposit match up to $500 with a 1X rollover for first-time customers. A 1X rollover for a 200% deposit match is a rarity that bettors should take advantage of. A 1X rollover means if you deposit $250 and receive a $500 bonus, you only have to wager $750 (($250 + $500) x1) before you can withdraw the bonus money. The only caveat is that you must wager the bonus money within seven days after receiving it. (Note: Bonuses change throughout the year; the bonuses discussed may or may not still be active.)

SportsBetting.com promotions

SportsBetting.com deposit options

Bettors can currently deposit via online bank transfer (ACH) and Skrill. SportsBetting.com does not offer PayPal or other popular deposit methods.

FeatureSportsBetting.com
Minimum Deposit$10
Total Deposit Methods2
No Debit/Credit Card Deposit Fees No
Deposit Min/Max - Debit/Credit CardN/A

SportsBetting.com withdrawal options

SportsBetting.com currently processes withdrawals via online bank transfer (ACH) and Skrill. SportsBetting.com does not offer PayPal or other popular withdrawal methods. Minimum deposits and withdrawals are $10.

FeatureSportsBetting.com
Minimum Withdrawal$10
Total Withdrawal Methods2
Check Payout Speed is < 10 days No
No Withdrawal Fees - Check No
Withdrawal Min/Max - CheckN/A

How long does SportsBetting.com take to pay out?

Online bank transfers usually arrive in 1 - 2 business days while Skrill typically takes 1 - 3 business days.

SportsBetting.com odds compared to other sportsbooks

As denoted by the table below, SportsBetting.com offers good odds on soccer moneyline bets. For comparison, if average soccer moneyline odds on a team are +130 at other sports betting sites, SportsBetting.com might offer odds at +140. In this example, every dollar wagered would return $1.40 at SportsBetting.com versus $1.30 at other sites.

Meanwhile, SportsBetting.com offers below average odds on NHL total bets, NBA total bets, NBA spread bets, NBA moneyline bets, and NCAAB moneyline bets. For comparison, if average NHL spread odds on a team are -110 at other sports betting sites, SportsBetting.com might offer odds at -115. In this example, every dollar wagered would return $.87 at SportsBetting.com versus $.91 at other sites.

FeatureSportsBetting.com
NFL MoneylineN/A
NFL SpreadN/A
NFL TotalN/A
NBA MoneylineBelow Average
NBA SpreadBelow Average
NBA TotalBelow Average
NCAAF MoneylineN/A
NCAAB MoneylineWorst
Soccer Moneyline Best
NHL MoneylineAverage
NHL SpreadAverage
NHL TotalBelow Average

Methodology: To score Odds, Moneyline.com gathered data from 20 sportsbooks over five months. For our 2021 Sportsbook Review, over 34,000 data points were collected for spread, moneyline, and over/under (bets).

Leagues and bet types collected include NCAA football moneyline bets, NCAA basketball moneyline bets, NFL moneyline, spread and total bets, NBA spread, moneyline and total bets, NHL moneyline, puckline and total bets, and soccer 3-way result (moneyline) bets. When collecting odds, we made sure to collect the same games at the same time for each sportsbook, ensuring data accuracy.

SportsBetting.com Mobile App

The SportsBetting.com app is simple to navigate and easy to use, but we noted that click responsiveness felt out of sync a few times during our testing.

SportsBetting.com News: We’re going to dwell on this feature because we think it’s worth the extra words. SportsBetting.com is of the few online sportsbooks that provides sports content to customers — everything from news to game previews to predictions. It publishes multiple times each week for the biggest sporting events. (I pored over a few of the NFL game previews.) Too often sportsbooks bury their content deep in the app. We found it refreshing that we didn’t have to hunt for news coverage.

SportsBetting.com education

SportsBetting.com’s educational content is a mixed bag. On one hand, it provides an extensive glossary of basic and advanced betting terms. On the other hand, the sheer volume of terms isn’t helpful if you don’t know which ones are key. An introductory guide for beginners using some of the definitions from its glossary and images of real bets would be a good addition.

Timeout: To learn more about online sports betting basics, see our guides on how to read odds, different bet types, and understanding bonus rollovers.

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SportsBetting.com customer service

SportsBetting.com currently offers email support, live chat support, and callback support. For callback support, users leave their name, phone number, and message and SportsBetting.com will return the customer’s call.

  • Phone support - 720-713-3522
  • Email support - supportmi@sportsbetting.com
  • Live chat support - available at SportsBetting.com 24/7

Is SportsBetting.com safe?

Yes, SportsBetting.com is a safe and legal sportsbook, operated by the following regulatory bodies

About SportsBetting.com

SportsBetting.com is operated by the Carousel Group, which was established in 2017. Compared to other sports betting companies, the Carousel Group is much smaller. According to its Wikipedia, “Carousel Group is a rapidly growing holding company comprised of a managed private equity fund, a consultancy practice and an operational services arm, purpose built for the international regulated iGaming market.”

Final Thoughts

Based on the variety and value of promotions alone, SportsBetting.com is worth checking out for bettors who live in Colorado, Iowa, or New Jersey. We were impressed with the bonuses (for new and existing customers), and appreciated the simple mobile app and timely news coverage. That said, SportsBetting.com has some work to do on its live betting menu and educational content.


Methodology

For Moneyline.com’s annual best online sportsbooks review, we collected more than 36,000 data points over five months from 20 sportsbooks that serve 11 states where full-scale mobile betting is legalized. Hundreds of hours were spent testing and scoring each sportsbook (mobile and online/desktop) in seven core categories: sports and bets offered, odds, live betting, mobile betting, education, ease of use, and bonuses and promotions. The results determined each sportsbook’s overall rating.

Data from more than 1,700 bets (including moneyline, spread and total bets) was used to generate each sportsbook’s comparative odds ranking. Leagues and bet types collected include NCAA football moneyline bets, NCAA basketball moneyline bets, NFL moneyline, spread and total bets, NBA spread, moneyline and total bets, NHL moneyline, puckline and total bets, and soccer 3-way result (moneyline) bets. When collecting odds, we made sure to collect the same games at the same time for each sportsbook, ensuring data accuracy.

About Moneyline.com’s chief sportsbook researcher, Joey Shadeck: I’ve been a hobby sports bettor for more than six years, placing hundreds of bets on my favorite sports (football, basketball, MMA) and teams (Packers, Spartans, and whoever is playing the Lions). Beyond sports betting, I’m known for saying “Wanna bet on it?” in almost any situation and that is how I found out I can eat 42 chicken nuggets in less than 20 minutes.

As of February 2021, 22 different states have legalized sports betting to some capacity. Of those 22 states, the following 11 have legalized full-scale mobile betting: Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada (must register in-person), New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia.




Joey Shadeck

About the author: Joey Shadeck is the lead writer for Moneyline.com and content strategist for Reink Media Group. He has closely tracked sports betting in the United States for the last two years, compiling hundreds of data points across dozens of sportsbooks. He has 6 years of online betting experience with hundreds of bets placed during that time.



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