About MyTopSportsbooks
2012-01-03

MyTopSportsbooks.com offers unbiased reviews of online sports betting sites. Our reviewers have all had first hand experience with sportsbooks over the years. While not every season has been a winning one, the ups and downs have not only made betting more exciting, but have really given us a glimpse at how each book treats its customers.

Each of our picks for the top online sportsbooks are rated on a variety of factors

  •      Bonuses  – not just the one-time signup bonus, but reload bonuses, gambler’s insurance and the like.
  •      Customer service – very important to have someone to hear you out as well as pay you out.
  •      Features – what types of unique wagering options do they offer to keep things interesting
  •      Deposits – do they make it easy to play right away by accepting credit cards?
  •      Payouts – Of course this is a killer. speed of payout, variety of payout methods, and fees (if any)
  •      Overall – getting to the point; is this sportsbook worthy of your business?

In our combined 50 years of sports betting, we’ve had some really positive sportsbook experiences as well as some regrets. MyTopSportsbooks.com is the site we wished existed in the mid-90s, when we first started betting online. However it’s just as important to stay informed today to get that extra edge.

Happy betting,

Geoff Johnson, Alex Nguyen, and Frank “Let it Ride” Lorenzo

- MTS Reviewers

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