FansBet Review

  1. Interactive homepage
  2. Sleek and easy use design
  3. Good range of markets

Pros and Cons

  • Sleek and easy to use design
  • Good range of markets and sports
  • Informative and interactive homepage
  • Not the most well-known brand
  1. Interactive homepage
  2. Sleek and easy use design
  3. Good range of markets
Right now, new FansBet customers can make the most out of their Bet £10 Get £10 Free. All the new customers has to do is select the bonus in the drop-down list and make a first deposit of £10 or more. Then, wager the deposit at 1x at 1/2 (1.5) odds or higher to enjoy a £10 cash bonus with no wagering or clearance requirements. It’s that simple!
FansBet also offer other promotions such as ‘Turn Up Your Acca’, which allows for enhanced winnings on your accas and a ‘5% cash back up to £20’ which allows new customers to make a 1st deposit of £20 or more to get a 5% cash back on sports book turnover, among other offers.
Markets Covered 
Horse Racing
American Football
Aussie Rules
Gaelic football
Gaelic Hurling
Ice Hockey
Motor Racing
Rugby League
Rugby Union
Snooker & Pool
Table Tennis
Winter Sports
Site Design 
The FansBet site is attractive and easy to use which makes it a very easy switch for new customers from perhaps the more traditional big names in betting to this bookie. The homepage for sports is clear and easy to use, with the big matches in different sports visible as soon as the user lands on that page, which makes it even easier to get straight to the biggest events to check out the available markets.
Often, new bookmakers can go a little too far when trying to create their site, attempting to pack too much into the homepage, which can make things feel cluttered and out of place. If this is the case on the first page a new user lands on, it is very likely to be too much to take in, but this is not the case with FansBet. The bookmaker have made sure to retain all of the relevant information and links to different games and sports, but they have not tried to overfill the page. Instead, the big game of the day appears in the middle of the page, while underneath a number of sports are listed in a horizontal menu, allowing the user to click on a particular sport. This means that someone who is looking for a different sport to football such as cricket or tennis, can easily click on the icon and it will bring up the relevant matches, allowing the user to easily go to the page to place their bet. This feature is a great one for new customers that don’t want to have to go through a convoluted journey in order to find their favoured sport.
Cashier Options 
FansBet offer an array of different payment options, as you would expect. The need to keep up with instant payments does set apart some of the better bookmakers from the rest, but FansBet can put themselves in the upper-echelon of this one at least.
The likes of Visa, MasterCard, Skrill and Neteller feature, while FansBet also offer the ability to use Voucher/Coupon, Trustly, ecoPayz and pay safe card.
The creators of FansBet have put some real thought and work into their site, with some very good features available. The ease of use when it comes to finding the relevant sports and markets is a key feature, while the design itself is very sleek and attractive. Perhaps they could do with a few more promotions, but this may be something they remedy as they grow in size and stature.