CampeonBet Bookmaker Review
- Colourful and eye-catching design
- Nicely designed site and intuitive tech
- Loads and loads of different sports
- Some really good value available
Design, Navigation and Layout
If you like your sites colourful and in-your-face, then CampeonBet could be the place for you. It’s not subtle and, to be fair, doesn’t pretend to be, and the home page ultimately sets the tone with big, bold colourful graphics in the call-to-action mould.
More importantly, it’s a site that is easy to navigate around and has some pleasing functionality, with everything doing what you expect and taking you to where you want to be. All in all, it looks good and works well.
Bonuses on Offer
CampeonBet go big on bonuses and, while it’s a cliché, there really is something for everyone. Their sports betting welcome bonus is particularly good and, while we’re loathe to be too specific as they tend to change from time, the welcome bonus at the time of this review was based on 50% of the value of the stake up to a maximum of €150.
In total they offer eight different bonuses across the board, which range from reload bonuses – for both the bookmaker and casino – to 15% bonuses for certain specific payment types. They also, at the time of writing, offer a couple of nifty loyalty bonuses, which are there to offer the punter a little something even if they’ve had a ‘negative’ month.
It’s a site that is easy to navigate around and has some pleasing functionality
All in all, there’s an enticing range of promotions, all cleverly designed to offer their customers some juicy incentives to hang around, and so we thoroughly recommend giving their promotions page a look from time to time.
Loads of Sports on Offer – You Name It, It’s There
CampeonBet offer a stunning range of sports, and are most definitely in ‘you name it, it’ll be there’ territory.
In addition to covering the big spectator and betting sports such as football, basketball, tennis and ice hockey – they also cater for those who like to be have a bet on the smaller, minority sports such futsal, water polo and hurling.
At the time of this review they listed 37 different sports, an exhaustive list of which is below:
Multi-lingual and Euro-friendly
The site is aimed at the Latin American market in the first instance but is now available in a whole host of languages. In addition to English, it also offers a translated version in German, Swedish, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Russian, Finnish and, of course, Portuguese
At the time of this review, bettors from Greece, Turkey, the UK and US were not able to bet on the site. Its default currency is the Euro.
Safe and Secure – You Can Ask No More
Everything about CampeonBet screams safe and secure and we found no problems when ‘test driving’ it. A good guide for any betting site is an online search and we’re happy to report we only found good things with almost every aspect of CampeonBet, including its security.
we only found good things with almost every aspect of CampeonBet
We also found their customer services team to be bang on the money, and the live chat facility (available 09.00- 23.00 CET) was particularly helpful and efficient. They also offer support via email (email@example.com), which is supported in English, German, Spanish and Portuguese.
It’s a site we generally liked and there is very little to find fault with. If we were to be picky, we’re never big fans of unsubtle, overly in-your-face, super colourful ads, but they’re there for a reason and they do a job – so we’ll let them off. More importantly, it’s a site that has a pleasing design, is intuitive and is supported by some robust tech. Everything worked as we wanted and expected it to and we didn’t encounter a single ‘techy’ issue throughout our research.
It offers some good value odds, along with a massive choice of sports and betting markets and covers the everyday to the obscure. Mobile and live betting is also well covered, with the live match tracker an especially good feature.
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