The first thing worth noting for this Tebwin review is the look of the site. When I landed on the main screen, many live markets were listed.
Because the odds on those fluctuate so much and there’s user engagement through graphics, it gave Tebwin a dynamic feel.
The overall theme of the site is dark. It’s not the most modern-looking website, but it works.
After registration, there is a Tebwin welcome bonus offer. It’s by no means the biggest bookmaker sign-up bonus around. You get a free £10 for making a Tebwin bet (or bets) to the value of £10.
A minimum £10 deposit is needed for that. Again, it’s not a huge bonus, but it’s something. There are offers for existing customers, including cashback promos for tennis and F1.
Making an account deposit at Tebwin was straightforward enough. A click on the account profile and the deposit link was all that was needed to bring up the screen to enter payment details. Minimum deposits are £10 at Tebwin in most cases.
📢 "With more than 150 different markets on football matches in the major leagues and competitions, Tebwin is well worth checking out if your are a fan of the sport."
I did find a niggle when it came to a withdrawal. Their standard terms and conditions state a processing fee of 1% up to £3 per withdrawal. That’s very uncommon at betting sites and could be impactful.
Sports betting is good at Tebwin. The sportsbook doesn’t feel huge in terms of the variety of sports in it. But they do knock it out of the park regarding betting opportunities on individual football matches.
There were quickly 150+ Tebwin bet selections on forthcoming matches. I saw markets like Asian Handicaps, Totals, Correct Score, To Win To Nil, plus different markets broken down into Minutes and Combos.
Sports betting caught the eye - except for horse racing which was only from the USA. However, better horse racing betting sites are available if that’s your thing.
There is easy access to Tebwin customer support. The live chat is the quickest way to get answers that you need beyond the FAQ help section.
There are some great positives at Tebwin, but the lack of a dedicated app isn’t one of them. So can I get by with the mobile version? Of course, it just doesn’t quite bring that same level of user-friendliness as you would expect from an app.