MoPlay Review

MoPlay are a new bookmaker who are making strides in the market by partnering with Manchester United and Watford and with a competitive sign-up offer they are definitely worth checking out.

Pros and Cons

MoPlay are a new bookmaker who are making strides in the market by partnering with Manchester United and Watford and with a competitive sign-up offer they are definitely worth checking out.

Promotions

Currently, MoPlay offer a great Bet £10 Get £30 in free bets to get things started and, with such competitive odds and an extensive sportsbook, this offer makes the bookmaker an even more attractive prospect when it comes to betting.

In order to make the most of this offer, simply place your first bet of at least £10 or more with odds of 1.50 or higher in one bet. After the bet settles, you will receive an opt-in prompt. ‘Accept’ the promo and you will receive two £15 free bets within one hour.

You will be able to use these free bets in any market except for virtual sports, and they can be used pre-match or as in-play bets. They can only be used as 2 x £15 bets and will expire in 7 days if not used.

 

Site Design

The design of the site is a sleek one that is very easy on the eye. Everything is black and white, giving MoPlay the look of a very up-to-date bookmaker, which it is. The promotions sit at the top of the page allowing the customer to see what is available, while the odds are clearly listed below, meaning that the bettor does not have to jump through hoops to find something to bet on.

Interestingly, there is a ‘Today’s Trending Bets’ on the right hand side of the page which may give a punter that needs some inspiration a bit of a nudge, while all of the sports are clearly listed on the left-hand side of the page, meaning that confusing drop down menus and constantly clicking through to different pages is not a problem on MoPlay’s site.

 

Available Markets

As far as markets go, MoPlay offers an array of possible ways to bet. For football, this is doubly true. The site give a phenomenal range of markets from Match Betting and Both Teams To Score, to a team to miss a penalty and who will get the last corner of the game. The only downside of MoPlay’s markets and odds come in the sports that are perhaps not quite as popular. Indeed, the game between England and South Africa in Rugby Union is a big one, but MoPlay offer just six different markets, which will leave rugby fanatics feeling largely disappointed if they are looking for a market-rich bookmaker in rugby.

 

Conclusion

MoPlay may not be the biggest name in betting, but they are making strides to become one of them. Partnering with Manchester United and Watford means they get a lot of exposure, and they are able to back this up by offering a lot of sports and markets that will keep bettors old and new coming back for more.