Bet365 sports are one of the world’s leading sportsbook and gambling companies with over 22 million members, which is amazing for a company that started life in 2000.
It’s clear to see why, as soon as you enter the beautiful bet365 online website, with it’s slick, professional layout and a plethora of betting options at your fingertips.
As with most popular betting sites, bet365 gives easy access to its other gambling areas, with Casino, Games, Poker, Vegas and Bingo sections available all under one roof.
Up to $200 in Bet Credits for new customers at bet365. Min deposit $10.
Bet Credits available for use upon settlement of bets to value of qualifying deposit.
Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply.
Returns exclude Bet Credits stake.
Time limits and T&Cs apply.
Geo-restrictions apply. Must have a funded account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to access.
The bet365 mobile app is available to download for both iOS and Android devices, while it is also possible to go direct to the mobile website via a device’s web browser for those unwilling to download an app for their specific mobile device.
The bet365 app runs in tandem with the main website and offers all the features that its bigger brother has, while the App itself comes with an extra little feature of giving notifications when a new special offer appears or if odds for a particular bet have changed. This makes the App a very useful tool to have at your disposal.
bet365 offers a range of customer service options for users, with the majority of issues easily dealt with via the very helpful ‘Live Chat’ facility where a customer advisor is available 24/7, 365 days a year.
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bet365 use the following payment methods for Canadian players, with immediate access to deposited funds, although some variation in a minimum deposit between $10 and £20, with the exception of a bank transfer which is at least $70.
Withdrawals can be made with all of the above options, although not through PaySafe. The majority of these are instantly credited, but some can take up to five days to process.
The bet365 website is not the most colourful, with a combination of grey and green colour scheme, that initially looks quite boring, however, once you adjust to this, bet365 offer everything a player would want in a sleek, fast betting site.
The main screen once logged in displays the Live ‘In-Play’ section with current live events (usually Soccer) available for in-play betting. There is a handy quick access bar above this featuring other sports that are currently featuring a live game too, with swapping between these sports a simple click away.
Another cool feature with live games is the ‘Watch’ button, which features various live streaming video feeds of a whole host of sports, while also offering radio commentary on horse racing and Greyhound racing too. This is all free to registered users who have credit in their bet365 Canada betting account.
At the very top of the menu, along with In-Play, there are several quick access buttons, with Sport, Casino, Poker, Games, Vegas and Bingo, offering the player easy access to all of the available bet365 Canada gambling sections. Clicking on the Sports icon brings up all the currently available events and match-ups available to bet on.
This page is where one of the few problems can be seen, with so much information available it can be a bit of a nightmare navigating your way through, despite a handy sidebar on the left that lists every sport available.
Overall Bet365 offer a top quality service and plenty of betting options for players.
The sign-up offer is generous, with wagering demands that are very low, while ongoing promotions keep existing customers happy.
The website also features plenty of help for players, with comprehensive stats available on everything from Horse Racing to Soccer, which can come into its own when live streaming events also.
As mentioned above, my only gripe comes from the layout and colour scheme especially, which can on initial inspection look little off-putting, while one or two pages can flood the player with too much information, which may put off casual players.