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22bet offer up one of the most comprehensive lists of sports and markets that we have seen from any sports betting site. The number of sports and events to bet on is truly incredible. There are all the biggest sports from Europe, America and beyond, and from an Irish perspective we’re totally covered with the likes of horse racing, GAA, greyhounds, darts, snooker and golf. But just in case you fancied it, you could also bet on Kabaddi, Muay Thai, squash or trotting. And then the options of Esports, Cyber and virtuals probably cannot be bettered anywhere. It’s truly truly impressive.
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Perhaps even better, you can get the kind of odds on 22bet that you could never dream of finding on some of the other big boys’ sites. The odds aren’t always brilliant, but we’d certainly advise having a look here before confirming your bet elsewhere, just in case.
In terms of support, there are loads of banking options, languages for the site, plenty of customer contact options, and bonuses that cover reloads and even losing streaks. It’s fair to say that the folks at 22bet have thought of nearly everything.
Nearly everything. Because one major oversight is the UX of the site itself. Navigating around the 22bet Ireland site can be one huge pain in the arse at times. We honestly couldn’t figure out what was clickable sometimes, and often lost our place and had to navigate round again. Seriously guys, you’ve got to sort this out.
Things aren’t that much better on mobile either, even though there are dedicated apps for both iOS and mobile. It’s a huge bugbear of ours when a site just doesn’t respond the way you want it, and we must admit that 22bet is one of the worst culprits. The sheer brilliance of the options just doesn’t equate to the effectiveness of the site itself. It’s a huge oversight.
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So there we go, we told you at the very start of this 22bet review that it was a mixed bag! There are things we love about 22bet, and then there are things that really get our goat. 22bet is not a bad site, but it could be great! Oh, and tell us more about yourselves lads!