RealBet Bonus, Promotions, Sports Betting, Live and Mobile

Launched in 2015 and licensed in Curacao, RealBet caters to casual fans looking for some action on their favorite teams. They offer a wide range of events.

Last Updated on September 26, 2019 by Tipster

RealBet Bookmaker History And License

Launched in 2015 and licensed in Curacao, RealBet caters to casual fans looking for some action on their favorite teams. They offer wagering on events big and small, manage a casino, and have several worthwhile promotions.

Where RealBet shines is in their variety of props offered and in-game sports betting portal. Because they cater to those with smaller bankrolls (and therefore have more fans than pros as their clients) there’s an advantage for those who prefer to bet on underdogs.

RealBet Deposits And Withdrawals

The bookmaker offers just two ways to fund an account: credit cards and Bitcoin. Credit cards are available with a minimum deposit of $50 and a maximum starting point of $1,000. Bitcoin deposits start at $10 and there does not appear to be a maximum.

The process for depositing is straightforward, and the number of options makes it easy to pick one or the other, sign-up, send a few bucks, and start wagering.

Payouts are not RealBet’s strength as they offer just one way to get money won in the sportsbook. The only way to get funds is via check, which can take 15-20 business days to process. There is a fee of $50 for deposits under $250, but that is waived once per month. They have a weekly maximum cashout of $2,500, which isn’t ideal if you win big or have a large balance you want to withdraw. Payouts are the number one area that RealBet could improve upon.

The bookie has also had issues with the speed of their withdrawals, though these issues have gone down significantly and are mostly a thing of the past.

RealBet Bonus And Promotions

The main sign-up bonus available at RealBet is 100% up to $1,000 with 5x rollover for new account holders. This is a very competitive welcome bonus and requires no promo code for activation. In theory, you can, “just deposit and play!”

However, our experience was that the bonus wasn’t automatically credited and we had to email customer service. They quickly credited our bonus which wasn’t a deal breaker, but this should be automatic so double check your account when joining.

Those reloading their account get a 20% bump up to $200 with 5x rollover. This requires the reload bonus code: RELOAD20, and is easy to utilize.

RealBet Sports Betting

Offerings at RealBet are pretty standard. Major sports are covered comprehensively, and secondary events are usually booked. They have a wide array of options when it comes to international soccer, but no inventory for niche events.

As for odds, RealBet leans towards favorites. This sportsbook is marketed towards the general public, and average players like to wager on marquee teams and star players. This provides an opportunity for analytics-based customers who desire some extra value on underdogs.

In terms of betting methods, the site has exactly what you’d expect: straight offerings, totals, moneylines, parlays, teasers, etc. Their futures are sporadic. Sometimes, you’ll find odds on who’ll win events in the long term, but mostly, they don’t have betting lines for the next NBA champ. That said, they’ll usually have lines on MVP predictions for an individual season.

RealBet does a nice job of providing props. Most days, they have certain games with several props, and as well as a full menu of props available for playoff games in most sports.

They also offer matchup odds for many golf events, not just major tournaments.

RealBet has some of the lowest limits in the industry. Even on the day of NFL games, you can bet only $1,000 on a side or moneyline. The same is true for the NBA, NHL, and MLB. Overnight limits are $500 in football and hoops, and $250 for hockey and baseball. Smaller events have lower limits.

Though these amounts are lower than other sites, for the majority of players, they’re of little consequence. You can always get your $10, $25, $50, or $100 wagers down. The minimum bet is $5 – which is a little higher than some sites – but not too significant. Occasionally, however, someone may want to try a crazy 12-team parlay for only a couple bucks.

RealBet Live

RealBet’s live betting is one of the newer sections on their site, but a real strength: The menu is huge, featuring every game in major sports, and many smaller events. In addition to offering in-game prices, RealBet has fractions of games, halves, and quarter prices available.

Live wagering starts at $1, with a typical maximum of $500. Juice for in-game betting is usually raised to -120, which is a little high, but not out of the ballpark from what you can find at other betting sites. The live betting portion of the site updates quickly, is easy to use, and provides everything users need for fast-moving action.

RealBet Mobile | Site

Going to on a phone or tablet should automatically launch a mobile-optimized version of their site, however, it doesn’t. To access the mobile you need to visit (and bookmark) This is the one major downside of RealBet, and something they should look at fixing.

That complaint aside, once on the mobile-optimized part of their site, it’s smooth sailing. The site is fast, easy to navigate and acts as it should.

RealBet Sportsbook

RealBet’s sportsbook is solid. They may not offer a huge menu of sports, but what they do have is well-covered with plenty of ways to bet individual games. Their props and in-game wagering are their biggest strengths here.

RealBet Customer Service

Though assistance comes with restrictions, these limitations shouldn’t affect most players. Realbet does not offer a chat feature, so you need to email or call to for help. They only offer customer support in English, so if you are most comfortable in another language, this might be an issue.

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