Pros and Cons
- Uses the brilliant Kambi sports book software
- Clean and simple-looking site
- Superb selection of markets
- Not enough sports book promos
Min stake £10 at odds of 3/5 or greater. Free Bet must have minimum odds of 3/1 or higher.
Although there aren’t specific sports betting welcome incentives, the site offers the standard Mr Green offer of a weekly £5 Bonus bet. As long as you bet at least £5 on accumulators (with combined minimum odds of 2/1 (3.00)) you will receive a bonus bet by 7pm on Monday. Note that it is accas only – system bets do not count. You must use your bonus bet within one week and your stake is not returned if the bets wins, only your winnings.
With Mr Green being an online casino as well, there’s a range of other promotions available. However, since we’re interested in sports betting rather than free spins, it’s only the aforementioned ‘bonus’ that’s deserving of the attention of sports fans.
The sports pages look every bit as stylish as every other corner of the Mr Green site; the green and white livery topped off with a charming image of our bowler-hatted hero taking to the tennis court.
Not only that but the homepage is adorned with what appears to be the full range of live betting options, meaning that you can get right down to the business of betting without having to navigate elsewhere.
The ‘All Sports’ option is also front and centre which is no bad thing if you’re someone who prefers trotting to the Champions League or badminton to Major League Baseball.
You can deposit your British pounds, US dollars, Euros and Swedish krona via Visa, MasterCard, Neteller, PayPal, Skrill, Paysafecard and Bank.
With Mr Green endeavouring to process all withdrawals within 24 hours, the minimum sum you can withdraw – as with the minimum sum you can deposit – is £10.
For a site more readily associated with slots, blackjack and roulette, Mr Green has made a very good fist of its sports site. There mightn’t be anything here that you can’t find elsewhere online but it’s hard to think of many platforms that can equal it for style. There’s also something very attractive about the homepage with the large type and constantly updating odds a refreshing change from the small print and stalled odds of other sites.
All in all, then, really rather impressive. And given Mr Green’s knack for refining sites, expect it to go from strength to strength over the coming months.