Year established: 2007
Mobile compatible: Yes
Overall rating: C
Recommended: For recreational players
Jetbull Sportsbook Review
JETBULL is a relatively new bookmaker that was only established in 2007. It is a subsidiary to OddsMatrix, and it is therefore licensed and regulated under the jurisdiction of Malta and the island country of Curacao.
The website operates in English, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, German and Swedish languages. It is restricted in the U.S., and focuses on its European players, with its most well established markets in Football, offering tens of thousands of odds on the sport, markedly larger than any other market.
In 2010 JETBULL acquired the world-renowned F1 driver and thirteen-time grand prix winner, David Coulthard, as their ambassador. When announced as ambassador, Mr. Coulthard exclaimed, “I find JETBULL’s business exciting and their enthusiasm infectious, which is why I have agreed to join them as an ambassador.”
JETBULL, as a result of being a subsidiary to OddsMatrix, is affiliated with EveryMatrix Ltd., a site that is recognised and respected on an international scale for providing current and competitive iGaming solutions.
JETBULL is somewhat active on social networking sites such as Twitter, Google+ and Facebook. Unlike most bookmakers, the majority of JETBULL’s followers come from Facebook, where they have over 1,800 likes.
As well as their sportsbook, JETBULL has options for the Casino, Live Casino and Lottery. However, the majority of the focus remains on their sportsbook, with almost 40 different markets.
The markets currently available are in Football, Tennis, Basketball, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Horse Racing, Baseball, Handball, Ice Hockey, Volleyball, Snooker, AFL, Alpine Skiing, American Football, Athletics, Beach Volleyball, Biathlon, Chess, Cricket, Cross-Country Skiing, Cycling, Darts, E-Sports, Field Hockey, Fighting, Futsal, Gaelic Football, Golf, Hurling, Motor Racing, Sailing, Ski Jumping, Surfing, Swimming, Table Tennis, Water Polo, Weightlifting and Specials.
The odds on the exciting and lucrative E-sports market have been growing, with JETBULL covering League of Legends, DOTA 2 and StarCraft 2. They also currently have a good selection of odds on the Olympics.
Despite offering a facility for Live Betting, JETBULL currently has no facility for live streaming and there is no in-game cashout option. The website doesn’t display statistics and graphics as well as other competitors do, but the JETBULL mobile app seems much more geared towards live betting, offering a much more enjoyable, exciting experience.
Usability of the site
The website is designed to be user friendly and simple to navigate, but the home page can be quite distracting and loud for players who seek a relaxed online experience. The sportsbook itself is neatly presented and offers an easily accessible range of odds that is clear for the newest of players.
There is a live chat facility, as well as support over e-mail that will be responded to no later than within 24 hours and all email’s I sent were responded to within a few hours.
Withdrawals are made very simple and fast, with most customers on Neteller receiving their winnings within 24-hours, with a maximum withdrawal of €5,000 a day. There have been some issues with payouts, but none too noteworthy. There is a huge range of payment methods, including support for E-wallets, Pre-paid cards, Instant Banking, Bank Transfers and Mobile Payment. Despite this, there is currently no option for BitCoin or Paypal.
JETBULL offers a range of bonuses including a €10 bonus for betting multiples first-time, 20% cashback for multiples, a 50% up to €75 sports welcome bonus and a free bet for the weekend.
JETBULL is still a relatively young bookmaker that offers a good, trustworthy service. However improvements can be made on their live betting facility, as well as doing more to promote themselves on social media.
– Licensed in the EU;
– Huge sportsbook and many betting options;
– Great focus and football coverage;
– Brand new Live In-Play markets;
– A greet sign up bonus;
– Lively design with a look all its own;
– Plenty of banking options;
– Excellent customer support.
– High wagering requirements on some promotions;
– There are very low limits for some events;
– Generally lower odds than the rest of the bookmakers;
– Some of the graphics can be a little distracting;
– Restricted access in some countries.
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