Bet-at-Home, part of the BetClic Everest SAS Group (an industry leading French company in the online gaming and sports betting arena) is a European online gambling and sports betting company that was founded in 1999. They were granted a license from the Gambling Commission in 2014 with which to operate and market online sports betting and online casino games in the UK. At Bet-at-Home, you will find a sportsbook, casino, live casino, games, virtual sports, and poker. They are one of the leading betting companies in Europe with an estimated 4.7million users globally.
SIGN UP OFFER
To cut to the point, there isn’t one. Bet-at-Home do offer a half decent casino offer of 100% deposit match up to £150 with a 60x wagering requirement on the bonus only, but nothing on the sport side. That doesn’t mean we should rule them out as they have other things going for them, but note that there is no explicit bonus offer to entice new customers.
MARKETS AND ODDS
A comprehensive offering across all the sports you can think of, with decent odds backing them up, pulls Bet-at-Home back into the realms of bookmakers you would like to have an account with. Be advised that Bet-at-Home are not a site that are linked to from many odds comparison sites. This goes some way to explaining why they are not necessarily a household name. Don’t let that fool you though, the odds are very competitive and whilst not the best value in the market, you won’t be lacking value by placing your bets here.
What you won’t find here are some of the extra features you find at many other sites, like the ability to cash out mid-match.
WEBSITE AND APP
Some may call it clear and simple, some may say it’s on the dull side, but either way, the Bet-at-Home website is certainly not overwhelming in terms of information in front of you. However you feel about the aesthetics, it’s easy to find your way around so a good bet for the general, man on the street punter. The main areas of the website (sports, casino, virtual etc) are kept to a minimum along the top, and down the left hand side in each page the options open out, showing a surprising depth of offerings across sports and events.
In play betting is handled well, and in the same frill-free manner as the rest of the site. All the numbers and stats you want to see are right there in front of you, easy to navigate, with no unnecessary bells and/or whistles.
In terms of deposits and withdrawals, we found both to be quick, and the range of methods one can utilise is extensive and includes PayPal. Live chat is easy to access and we found customer service representatives to be friendly and helpful.
As with the sign up offer, the truth is that there aren’t often any. They will roll some out on an as-and-when basis, and they may well be linked into competitions they are running, but it’s not a big focus for this particular operator.