MyBet Bookmaker Review

MyBet is one of the youngest bookmakers and exchanges in the industry. Whilst its roots date back to 2003, only over the past few years has the company developed into the force they now find themselves. Founded by the Personal Exchange International Limited, the German based bookmaker allows people to not only place wagers on their site but also accepts offers from members to set their own lines. The exchange concept that has been adopted by MyBet often means the odds they have on offer can be anything up to 20% better than the majority of traditional bookmakers.
MyBet's tennis betting section provides a host of upcoming tournaments covering everything from the ATP, LTA, ITA and ITF. All majors, Masters Series and the majority of ranking events throughout the year and from around the world can be found.

Bonuses and Promotions

New users to MyBet can take advantage of their welcome bonus of £/$/€ 50 depending on your currency of choice. The bonus is based on 25% of your first deposit, so to take the maximum bonus you need to deposit 200 units of your chosen currency. To withdraw winnings your first deposit needs to be turned over at least once and your bonus at least 5 times. The bonus cannot be transferred to any other aspect of their betting portal such as poker or casino.
On top of their sportsbook offer you can also claim up to €250 at their online casino and up to $1,000 at their poker room. Terms and conditions apply for each.

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A wide range of banking options are on offer at MyBet which include major credit and debit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Maestro, Visa Electron, Switch, Solo and PaySafe. On top of that, e-wallets such as Skrill, NetPay, ClickandBuy, GiroPay and PaySafeCard's are all available. Fees may be charged, for example credit cards and PaySafe carry a 3% fee on every deposit amount. Withdrawal limits vary with each option and generally range from €10 upwards.
Players from the US are not permitted to register or place a wager on MyBet and the only currency in use is Euro's. Any payments made in USD or GBP will be converted at the daily rate set by MyBet.

Customer Service

The MyBet site has an email address, telephone number, fax number and an online contact form to get in touch with the customer service team. Their response time usually very good with informative and helpful information on hand. The downside comes from the lack of live chat which we see as an essential for bookmakers in this modern day.


Whenever you look at a betting exchange it's easy to compare it to the likes of Betfair, who have been at the top of their particular market for some time now. There's little doubt that MyBet isn't up to those standards just yet, but it does provide an excellent alternative to exchanges such as Betfair.

Their tennis betting section is an area that's seen massive improvement over the years. One way bookmakers and even exchanges look to expand is by offering more markets for certain sports and this exactly what MyBet have done. Market coverage is right up there with the bigger bookmakers in the industry and when in comparison to the majority of more traditional bookmakers the addition of up to 20% better odds makes it selling point on its own.

The added feature of MyBet's tennis statistic section is really second to none. By selecting the two players in an upcoming match you can see a host of information which includes previous form, head to head battles, surface, rankings for each tour, upcoming games, event dates, past meetings and even individual player information on each of their past matches.

Whilst still a relatively small bookmaker in the industry, there is little doubt that MyBet are making all the right moves to become one of the leading betting exchanges. They still have some way to go to match the likes of Betfair, but the steps they have taken so far are looking like they could be one of the best all-round tennis betting sites on the market.