Funbet is a relatively new name in live online sports betting, having been launched in July 2020. Genesis Global, whose brands include Vegas Hero and Casino Cruise among others, is the owner of this website, its first web-based sportsbook.
(N.B While you can’t currently bet on it from the UK, it does have a UK license, so that situation should change.)
What’s covered at Funbet?
Think of a sport and there’s a good chance you’ll find it on Funbet. There are nearly 30 activities covered in all, including the obvious ones like football, tennis and boxing, but things like basketball, greyhound racing and darts are also here, alongside some much more niche competitions, from Gaelic football to futsal and water polo.
There’s also plenty of esports coverage, from Turkey plus a number of Asian countries.
One sport that’s notable by its absence is horse-racing – although we’d hope that may change.
You’ll find plenty of live in-play betting here (although not live streaming), with everything well organised so that it shouldn’t be hard to find the event you’re looking for. Detailed statistics are also readily available, giving you a good feel for the performance of teams or individual players.
Meanwhile, a ‘Match Tracker’ offers a visual representation of things like corner kicks or substitutions.
At the same time, the Funbet casino presents hundreds of slot games, including big-name titles such as Starburst and Book of Dead, alongside a decent line-up of table games. This selection also includes dozens of live activities to enjoy.
The website is designed to be fully mobile-friendly, quick to load and easy to navigate, although at the time of writing there wasn’t a mobile app.
In terms of customer service, there are all the usual ways of getting in touch, including via live chat. Emails generally receive a response within hours.
Finally, Funbet accepts major debit cards, plus there are various options for depositing into and withdrawing from your account, with solutions such as Neteller and PayPal accepted.
Providing plenty of choices and a user-friendly website, Funbet seems to have met with an industry thumbs-up so far.
What payment methods are accepted at Funbet?
Funbet accepts the following payment methods: MuchBetter, Mifinity, Visa, Visa Electron, Maestro, NETELLER, Skrill, zimpler, ecoPayz, paysafecard
What type of online betting/gambling does Funbet offer?
Funbet is currently offering online Sport options
What currencies are accepted at Funbet?
Funbet offers play in the following currencies: £ GBP, $ USD, € EUR, kr SEK