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About 10 Bet ›

10 Bet bookmakers are licensed and regulated in the United Kingdom, but offer sports betting opportunities to customers in over 90 countries. They’ve had an online presence since 2003 and their website, 10Bet.com, is available in 19 languages.

Sports Covered

10 Bet covers all major sports, with the exception of horse and greyhound racing. Football coverage includes all the major European league and cup competitions and some of the more obscure leagues around the world, such as the J-League in Japan, the K-League in South Korea and the Primera Division in Mexico. American sports coverage includes not only NFL football, NBA and WNBA basketball and MLB baseball, but also college football, European league basketball and Japanese CL and PL baseball. Motor sports coverage includes Formula 1, Moto GP and speedway. 10Bet even covers winter sports, such as alpine and cross-country skiing and other minority sports, such as Aussie rules football, handball and table tennis.

Types of Bet

According to the email 10 Bet send you when you register with their website, they offer over 10,000 unique events on which to bet each month. 10Bet tends to focus on football, but not to the exclusion of other sports betting markets. Typical football betting markets include match winner, correct score, double chance and goal scorer markets as well as a selection of goal and handicap markets. Basketball betting markets similarly include match winner markets, points spread and total points markets, half-time/full-time markets and highest scoring quarter or highest scoring half markets. Tennis betting markets include outright winner markets on major tournaments, such as Wimbledon, as well as match winner, handicap and set betting markets on individual matches.


The 10 Bet bookies website conforms to the standard structure for many sports betting websites, with a simple menu across the top of the home page and a list of sports, in order of popularity, down the left-hand side. There’s also a “Live Betting” button, which takes you to the latest in-play betting markets, of which there are a good selection, directly from the home page. The betting interface is simple, intuitive and geared towards customers wishing to place multiple bets. In-play betting aside, clicking on the name of a sport reveals a list of leagues, headed by the most popular, from which you can drill down to find the event, fixture or match you want. Clicking on the name of an individual or team adds it to your betting slip, or you can drill down further to reveal more betting markets. If you add two or more selections to your betting slip and multiple betting is allowed, the appropriate doubles, trebles and accumulators are also displayed on the betting slip. Placing a bet simply requires you to fill in your stakes and click on the “Place Bets” button. If you make a mistake, you can remove individual selections from the betting slip or clear the whole thing and start again.

Promotions and free bet offer

New 10bet customers qualify for free bets of up to £100.

In the course of the campaign new players become eligible for free bets as per the following scheme:

•  Up to £25 Free bet if the player has placed a qualifying losing single bet (one selection) of the same amount
•  Up to £50 Free bet if the player has placed a qualifying losing double bet (two selections) of the same amount
•  Up to £100 Free bet if the player has placed a qualifying losing triple bet (three selections) of the same amount


Registration with 10 Bet is simply a question of filling in a standard online form with your personal details, username and password. During the registration process, you can choose your preferred currency, odds style and language and set yourself a daily or monthly deposit limit, if you so desire. Once you’ve registered your account, you can deposit funds via credit or debit card, Neteller, Moneybookers, Paysafecard, UKash and numerous other payment methods, including banker’s draft, international money order and personal cheque.