SportMarket.com Review – The Best For Odds?
SportMarket.com enables you to find odds and place bets from multiple bookies, many of whom such as Pinnacle Sports are now inaccessible within the UK. The idea is that for odds on Football, Tennis, and Basketball, you will always find the best odds and maximise any winnings. The question is how well does the Maltese based SportMarket Pro help you to do this?
Going by the video SportMarket seems to make it easy to see the odds from different bookies on the three sports. The tutorial video is easy to follow so getting up and running is fairly straight forward. After you make a deposit, you simply select the odds and place the bet.
SportMarket currently has access to several Asian bookmakers which according to other publications offer very good odds and low commission. These include SBO Bet, MatchBook, IBC Bet and Pinnacle.
Features of SportMarket Pro
As well as finding the best odds and placing bets, you can:
Set daily limits – If you’re worried about spending too much this feature will ensure you do not overdo it.
In play betting is available – In play betting is available and having the best odds here will make a good difference to your winnings. SportMarket calls in play betting, in running.
Betting history – SportMarket enables you to review your betting history including profit and loss for in play markets. This feature could be a good benefit if you are a regular punter.
Same bet, different bookies – You can also place wagers on the same bet but with different bookies if you wish.
SportMarket will show you what you stand to win and lose from your bets – Again another useful feature if you have multiple bets running at the same time. Results are shown as profit and loss which is a good touch for serious punters.
Terms and Conditions
Here are some terms and conditions of SportMarket which caught my eye:
To prevent money laundering ID’s such as driving licence or a passport have to be provided to make a withdraw.
The most you can withdraw in one day is €200,000 or equivalent.
If a syndicate is suspected accounts may be suspended.
There were no hard terms and conditions in relation to how much you have to deposit in the first instance, minimum bets, or amount wagered in relation to withdrawing. However, presumably the bookies used on SportMarket will have their own terms and conditions which may affect this. This was not mentioned on the site, so it is possible they have struck a deal.
The reviews for SportMarket are favourable. The software seems easy to use and follow, and if you bet on football, tennis or basketball regularly, and given the bookie options available, this could be a more profitable option for you.
It is geared towards the serious punter, but I imagine if you just enjoy enhancing a game by seeing if you can get lucky it would make sense to use this software, rather than jumping through the hoops other online bookies and bettering exchanges impose.
Give it a try for yourself at www.SportMarket.com