10Bet Review

10Bet are one of the most popular options for sports bettors in Australia as they offer pretty much everything that we’re looking for. There’s the option to play in AUD, a set of markets that appeals to players in this country and some generous bonuses along the way.

They are a long established company too with trust built up over a period of time so what, exactly, can you look forward to when you sign up for an account here?


10Bet offer welcome bonuses and a reload plus a whole host of regular deals that give you free bets and boosts for the life of your account. It starts with a 200 AUD welcome as a 50% match on your first deposit and then, you can open up to one of the busiest sets of ongoing promotions anywhere on the net.

These are subject to change but as of May 2017, you could claim an Acca Boost with up to 60% extra available for winning multis. Plus there were free bet deals in NBA and Horse Racing markets too. It’s a package from start to finish that is hard to beat anywhere else.

Sporting Markets

10Bet’s list of sporting markets is a traditional one in the sense that the popular events, those that have been favoured by the betting community for many years, are all here. That list would include football and horse racing and so, the following would certainly appeal to an Aussie audience.

Football, Horse Racing, Basketball, Tennis, American Football, Aussie Rules Football, Badminton, Baseball, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Golf, Greyhound Racing, Handball, Ice Hockey, MMA, Motor Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Sailing, Snooker and Pool, Speedway, Surfing, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Winter Sports.

That’s one of the widest lists around so it’s one that appeals to account holders in all parts of the world.


10Bet have a separate banking icon and when you click on this, not only can you find details of all the options that they provide, you can also check minimum and maximum amounts for deposit and withdrawal together with expected transaction times.

Check the link for full details but the options here are all major debit and credit cards, Skrill, Neteller, PaySafeCard, EcoPay and Bank Transfer.

Customer Service

Scroll down to the bottom left of the home page and you will see that 10Bet have a separate help section. Most of this is divided up into further sectors where you can access some commonly asked questions and this is laid out comprehensively and in a logical order.

Click on the separate contact button and you will find an email and a choice of toll free numbers. With the absence of a live chat operator, the bookmaker really gives you all the help options you could possibly need and they’ve proved to be fast and effective.

History and License

10Bet first arrived online back in 2003 so there is some longevity here and with comfortably more than 10 years’ experience, they have had time to become a trusted brand among the betting community.

The company is ultimately owned by Blue Star Planet Ltd and licensed in Malta and all of the information relating to the license is shown clearly and transparently on the home page.



  • 10Bet have one of the best and most generous selections of bonuses including a competitive welcome deal
  • Wide range of sporting markets including both popular and niche
  • Excellent choice of funding options with separate banking section offering full information
  • Cons

    • Really hard to find a downside with 10Bet but the introduction of a live chat operator would complete the list of help options

    When you look at a list of things you could possibly need from your bookmaker, 10Bet really ticks every box. To start with, there is a generous welcome offer and once you’ve signed up, you can take advantage of reload bonuses and a great choice of free bets and other promotions.

    Prices are strong across all of those markets too while you can access an extensive list of funding options. This is an easy website to navigate as well with everything laid out in a logical order so there are many reasons why 10Bet should be at the top of your list of bookmaker accounts.