Year established: 2015
Mobile compatible: Yes
Overall rating: C-
Recommended: For recreational players
JojoBet Sportsbook Review
JojoBet is an extremely new bookmaker that only appeared one year ago, in 2015.
The bookmaker is licenced and regulated by the Government of Montenegro and operates in over 90 countries around the world.
JojoBet are currently only restricted in the USA, focusing instead on European markets. Currently they operate in three languages including English, German and Turkish.
The most popular leagues on their site are all related to football, with the only exceptions in their top 12 being MLS and E-Sports. JojoBet also has over features available other than their sportsbook, including their live casino, casino poker room, games and virtual sports. Their site runs on well-known software platforms including NetEnt, Evolution Gaming, iSoftBet, MicroGaming and Play n GO.
As JojoBet are an extremely new bookmaker there is yet to be a confirmed ambassador, and so far their only sponsorship deal was for the Wi-Fi at the IGaming Supershow. This infancy also means they won’t have the greatest social media presence, but currently there appears to be no presence at all except for a twitter feed with one tweet and four followers.
JojoBet offer relatively competitive odds for Football and also have a great range of other markets available in over 30 sports. These include:
Football, Basketball, American Football, Tennis, Baseball, Ice Hockey, Handball, Rugby League, Golf, Snooker & Pool, Motor Racing, Darts, Cycling, Poker, Speedway, Volleyball, Boxing, Floorball, Futsal, Winter Sports, Beach Volleyball, Badminton, Rugby Union, Bandy, Aussie Rules, MMA, Cricket, Surfing, Virtual Sports, Chess and E-Sports
JojoBet clearly place emphasis on the growing and lucrative E-Sports market offering a good variety of games and wagers. However, this fact changes as some days can have barely any wagers available at all and it needs much more consistency.
Currently the live betting facility offers no cash out option and no live streaming, and a lack of these makes it difficult for a bookmaker like JojoBet to attract players in such a highly competitive industry.
Usually bookmakers attempt to make up for this by giving great visuals and statistics, but Jojobet fails to do even this, offering a relatively poor live betting service. One positive is that there is a great range of wagers available for each individual event.
Usability of the site
The design works well and it is intuitive to navigate and place bets. However, JojoBet’s website can often feel cluttered and suffocating to players who enjoy a much more simple, calmer experience. They use a simple colour pattern of black and white, but much more could be done to tidy up elements of their display. The site also has mobile support available and this feels much more enjoyable and simple compared to the desktop site.
They offer 24/7 live-support in case you run into any problems and also give you the option of e-mailing any queries you might have. They do not give you an option for phoning them or writing to them, which some players may have a issue with.
In terms of promotions JojoBet offer a somewhat decent welcome bonus of 50% up to 30EUR, or if it hasn’t expired, 100% up to 60EUR using the code JOJONEW. There is also a great range of bonuses for the casino and even a bonus for betting on E-Sports, which is great idea to draw attention to the sport.
In terms of payment options, JojoBet don’t offer the greatest array of methods but they do include Skrill and Neteller along with a few others.
The young bookmaker JojoBet have a lot of work to do in order to improve their site and improve their image across social media, with their current presence being extremely lacking.
If they can improve these things and add more features to their live betting then they may have a much greater chance of surviving in what is a highly competitive industry.
– Variety of sporting events;
– Covers major and minor international sports and events;
– Cover a wide range of football betting markets;
– Also offers online bingo, casino and poker;
– Website available in multiple languages;
– User-friendly interface.
– Young bookmaker;
– Odds are poor compared to other books;
– There are very low limits for some events;
– List of funding options could be wider.
Visa/Mastercard, Skrill (Moneybookers), Bank Transfer, Click2Pay, Neteller, Eco, Webmoney, AsrtoPay
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