10Bet underwent a serious rebranding exercise in the middle of 2018. Gone was the old logo and website and in came a fresh new look. A push for new customers including a very generous welcome bonus worth up to €50 in free bets came with that rebranding and in our 10Bet review we detail that offer and the many benefits of betting with 10Bet.
In recent times we've seen a number of betting companies come and go so 10Bet must be doing a lot of things right to have hung around since launching in 2003. In fact, they've steadily grown in terms of the number of customers they have and the betting options they provide.
As things stand, the Republic of Ireland is just one of the 90 countries in which 10Bet have customers. Although they are owned and operated by the Maltese company, Blue Star Planet, 10Bet's operations are run out of their head office in London.
10Bet are very keen to attract new customers in Ireland which is why they've put together a 100% welcome bonus worth up to €50. All you have to do is open an account with 10Bet via any of the links on our site and enter promo code MATCH10 when making your first deposit. You will then be eligible for a 100% bonus of that first deposit with the maximum being €50 from a €50 deposit. The all important terms and conditions (including details of the roll over requirements) can be found on the 10Bet site but it's fair to say that this is among the biggest welcome bonuses around.
There's potentially a very big profit to be made when working your way through the 10Bet welcome bonus but the promotions keep coming. If you like betting on the football you can win a bonus of up to 60% for all winning accumulators thanks to the 10Bet 'Acca Boost' promotion. There's also money back as a free bet for losing bets on matches that end goalless.
10Bet's rebranding took the company months but the effort and hard work have paid off. The new site is a major improvement on the old 10Bet site. Blue, white and various shades of black and grey are well used to make the site pleasing on the eye which is more important than it may sound. Betting sites include a vast amount of data and being able to display that in a clear manner is a very tough task.
By including links to the biggest current events, pictures detailing the latest promotions and long lists both of the sports offered and the current in-play events the 10Bet homepage is made to feel like a real betting hub. Navigating between events is a breeze and things get even better once you get to the event page. Important stats are available via the 'Match Tracker' to help your in-play betting and the markets are grouped together to make getting a bet on as easy as possible.
The long list of sports down the left-hand side of the 10Bet tells you a lot about the amount of markets available on their sportsbook. Currently, 10Bet customers can bet on around 30 sports and the odds available throughout their offering are very competitive.
10Bet enhance the options available to their customers via several promotions. You can bet on multiple outcomes in the same match via their 'Create Your Bet' promotion which is a mobile special while 'Add2Bet' allows you to take control of your open bets by adding selections to try and claim a bigger win.
10Bet entered into a partnership with Betradar in 2017 to provide their live streaming coverage. Betradar have been providing live streams to many of the biggest bookies and they've helped 10Bet customers no end with streams of a host of events across sports including football, tennis and horse racing.
10Bet built their new site to be responsive so that it works on any size of screen. This means that those who choose to bet with 10Bet on their mobile get the same feature-packed site as if they were using a desktop computer. Alternatively, 10Bet have apps which rate well on both the Apple and Android app stores.
Mobile specific promotions such as 'Pulse Bet' and 'Create Your Bet' show further how importantly mobile betting is to 10Bet.
10Bet's drive to create as well rounded a product offering as any of their competitors extends to an excellent cash out feature. Available on both singles and multiples, 10Bet's cash out allow punters to either exit a bet entirely or choose exactly the amount of profit to take from their partial cash out option.
As Blue Star Planet - the holding company who own 10Bet - are based in Malta, 10Bet operate under a Maltese gambling license. When it comes to their operations in Ireland, 10Bet hold an Irish Remote Bookmaker's License. This ensures that they adhere to specific rules and regulations governing the behaviour of bookmakers in Ireland. If you want to read more about how 10Bet live up to these regulations you just need to visit the Terms & Conditions page of their site.
10Bet also have dedicated information detailing exactly how they protect customers' information and payments. This security page has information on things such as the encryption and firewall used as well as payment verification and protocols.
Should you require any more information from 10Bet or have any problems with them they are contactable 24/7 by email and via phone in Ireland at +353 14 372 476.