SkyBet Sportsbook Review

Sky first emerged in the UK as a TV broadcaster in November 1990. Since those early years, the company has expanded to become a communication and entertainment enterprise. As part of the expansion, Sky Bet is the sports betting arm of the company. An in-depth breakdown of this service can be found under the various headings below.

Promotions

Sky Bet has one of the most enticing welcome packages in the business. The Sky Bet Club gives new punters the opportunities to bet £5 in their first week and receive a £20 free bet back. After that first week, Sky will continue award a £5 bet each for the punters who continue to participate.

Soccer Saturday Super 6 is a promotion that runs throughout each weekend of the Football League season. Basically, participants have to guess the correct score for a selection of six fixtures that weekend. The winning player could score a jackpot of up to £250,000 for guessing all six correctly.

Football Betting Coverage

The football section of Sky Bet looks very impressive, with attention to detail clearly evident. Notably, the display of the featured games is a triumph. The table allows for you to see the day, starting time, and W-D-W odds for the games. One improvement would be to add the name of the competition to each game.

Leading football betting sites have to provide coverage from competitions from all over the world, and many of these will be off the beaten track. For instance, Sky Bet will let you bet on league football from Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Cyprus, among others. However, the in-game markets are limited for the less popular leagues.

A multitude of bets can be placed on Premier League games, covering Full Time Result, Scorecast, Popular, Full Time, Goal Scorers, Goal Times, Team Bets, Half Time and Goals. Take a look within each of those to reveal many more possible bets to place.

Where Sky Bet also succeeds is in listing live games in its core football section. This allows for you to quickly scan today’s options without having to look for the “Football Live” tab. All in all, this helps to streamline the experience. When in-play betting on games from smaller leagues, you often have more than 40 markets to consider.

Mobile functionality completes the sweeping scope of Sky’s football betting coverage. When not beside your laptop, it is possible to place all of your bets using your smartphone or tablet. Sky Bet Mobile is an app that can be accessed by users with either Android or Apple mobile devices.

Customer Support

Sky provides a range of contact options, but seems to encourage customers to get in touch with @SkyBetHelp using their Twitter account. Alternative options include making contact by email, live chat, and phone. However, be warned if you attempt to make contact by phone. Sky has created a labyrinth of FAQ links in an attempt to avoid receiving phone calls.

Payment Options

Listed among the accepted credit cards are VISA, VISA Electron, and MasterCard. When it comes debit cards, Sky Bet has listed VISA Debit, Maestro, and Laser as the options. Last up is PayPal, is a protective e-wallet that can shield your credit card or bank account from fraud. Sky Bet accepts deposits worth at least £5 or more.

Conclusion

Sky Bet has been a fantastic addition to the UK sports betting market ever since it was launched. The unparalleled sports knowledge of Sky Sports has helped to enhance the quality of Sky Bet because of the access to football footage, which can be watched for select bets on games in countries like Spain and the Netherlands. Mobile betting coverage is another strong area for Sky, as it has in-play betting. To summarise, Sky Bet is a quality destination for football punters.

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