Year established: 2012
Mobile version: no
Overall rating: C
Recommended: For recreational players
LSbet Sportsbook Review
LSBet offers betting to punters in over 20 countries and counting, and is licensed under Media Entertainment N.V. which itself is licensed in Curacao.
The site is available in ten European languages, it offers sports betting, poker and casino games too which are delivered by Net Entertainment. Its live casino product meanwhile is supplied by Evolution Gaming.
LSBet is also partnered with Microgaming. It has a presence on both Facebook and Twitter but neither are used too regularly and both have low followings. It has no sponsorship agreements nor ambassadors currently, and this is one avenue it should consider if it wishes to extend its brand presence and gain more traffic.
LSBet offers a number of sports betting markets to suit the needs of all types of customers!
The full list has been noted here for your convenience: Football, Tennis, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Volleyball, Handball, Formula 1, American Football, Darts, MotoGP, Rugby, Snooker, Golf, Winter Sports, MMA/Boxing, Water Polo, Chess, Baseball, Aussie Rules, Cricket, Olympics, Esports and Badminton.
In addition it also offers some Politics markets and enhanced specials too. There are even LSBet Virtuals if this is your cup of tea.
There is no live streaming nor cashout available at LSBet.
Its live betting product is quite lacking in general and it falls somewhat short of its competitors. The section is relatively well set up, in that it’s functional but it lacks character, charm and enough markets to keep punters returning. Like many other new smaller bookmakers LSBet needs to invest more in its inplay product to draw customers away from the big bookies.
Usability of the site
The colour scheme is a simple black and green, and whilst the site contains quite a few graphics it seems a little cheaply done and the end appearance is far from sleek and sophisticated.
It’s simply laid out however meaning you can access all the markets you require with ease, though there is no search bar. Customer support is available should you need help, and is in addition to a decent but not extensive FAQs section.
There is customer support available in the form of live chat and email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Access the LSBet platform and you have a choice of ten languages; these are English, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Greek, Hungarian, Czech, Russian. There is also no mobile platform for LSBet which is a major blow to its credentials. Payments wise LSBet accepts the usual characters such as Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller and paysafecard amongst others, but not, as is so often the case, Paypal.
LSBet is accessible in ten languages which is a plus, and offers a huge range of sports which is another but the positives stop roundabout there.
The site needs updating, it needs a mobile platform and its live product needs improving too.
All in all LSBet is a bookmaker which could do a lot more with what it has, its virtuals after all make it worth trying out, but punters won’t stay for long unless the overall site is improved upon.
– Sportsbook markets covering worldwide events;
– A large selection of leagues, bet types and Live Betting coverage;
– Access to Sports, Live betting, Casino, Poker and Games;
– Low minimum wager for first deposit bonus;
– Quick and instant payouts;
– Multilingual & Professional Staff;
– Differs from others especially for the quality of its customer-care;
– Easy and fast payments processing through various payment methods.
– Bonus not automatically awarded;
– Minimum withdrawal amount of $25;
– Charged deposits via credit or debit cards;
– Live support not available during late night hours.
Visa/Mastercard, Skrill (Moneybookers), ecoPayz, Neteller, paysafecard, Ukash, WebMoney
*Keep in mind to double check information. Be prepared for changes to restricted countries, bonuses, currencies, deposit and payment options, languages, contact info.