SportsBetting.AG Sportsbook Review
2014-07-09

  • Easy Visa and Mastercard deposits
  • Huge maximum deposit bonus (limited time)
  • Casino and Horse Racing bonuses

 

76%

Reviewer: Geoff Johnson
Simple Name – no messing around?


SportsBetting.ag (formerly SportsBetting.com)  may be a simple name, but it describes them well. These guys  are the “no name brand” of the sports betting world, offering similar service as the flashier sportsbooks but at a better value per bet.

Sportsbook Bonuses and Promos (8/10)

SportsBetting.ag offers up to 25% bonus on each new deposit, up to $1,000.  Their is a rollover attached to that of 10x, so keep that in mind if you’re going to deposit tens of thousands, but it’s a good way to get your bankroll ready for a long run of hopefully successful betting!

Here is the breakdown of all the bonuses they offer.

 

Initial Deposit: 25%, up to $1,000

Reload: Up to 25% (depending on promotion)
Gambler’s Insurance: none
Refer-a-Friend: 20%, up to $100
Casino: 100% slots bonus

 

Customer Service (8/10)

Their Antigua-based call centre is available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have about betting, depositing, or cashing out. They were helpful in helping out with their mobile app, even though I was calling them from the phone I was trying to use to access their site.

Sportsbook Features (9/10)

This is where the “better balue per bet” comes in. SportsBetting.ag prides itself on offering better payouts to winning bets. For example, early lines on football games are offered with less “juice” for the book. Baseball dime lines and NHL pucklines also offer more value than the average book. Aside from that, lines are offered on just about everything and a wide variety of betting options are available.

 

Additional Features (7/10)

A nice casino and a fairly minimal poker room are available to SportsBetting users, both with their own set of bonuses. There is also a racebook that gives back a 7% rebate on losses, which is a  treat for race fans.

Deposits (7/10)

Until recently, these SportsBetting was having a tough time taking your Visa deposits. Nowadays however they’ve turned over a new leaf. Not only are Visa deposits available to all new customers, but Mastercard is also an option on the table – rare among competitors. Either way you’ll be ready to play within minutes.

Payouts (7/10)

Again, in the past this was a problem, but they’ve cleaned up their act (as well as cleaned up their site) and brought in some new management. Depositing is fairly quick in which ever option you choose.

 

Overall (8/10)

SportsBetting.ag is as advertised – if you want to bet on a lot of different sports and get better than average value on the lines, these guys deliver. Their bonuses and promotions are also very tempting, especially if you’re a horse bettor or want to play the occasional online slot machine.

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