Bet-at-Home is colossal name on the European bookie market. They’ve been around for a while and always seem to keep a close distance to their rivals, by way of betting variety and competitive odds. Now that they’ve finally decided to take up eSports betting, it’s time to see if they hold up to their competitors in that regard as well.
- Betting Offer – 6/10
- Esport Portfolio – 8/10
- Live Bets – /10
- Promotions – 8/10
- Software Usability – 9/10
- Security – 10/10
- Payment Options – 8/10
- Customer Service – 10/10
While the eSports titles on offer won’t disappoint any users, the betting markets will. Plain betting on match winners is available on most matches, but barring any special events that occur several times a year, you won’t see a ton of variety.
The competitive eSports you can place wagers on at Bet-at-Home are Dota 2, CS:GO, Heroes of the Storm, Starcraft 2 and League of Legends. While you’ll find that most major leagues are covered, the minor ones are almost non-existent. Checking at a time where Betsafe, as an example, has sixty matches on offer, Bet-at-Home has only one.
Live betting on eSports matches is unavailable at Bet-at-Home.
New players at Bet-at-Home are eligible for a €100 bonus in the form of a 50% match. Keep in mind that you should read through the terms & conditions of the bonus, and make sure you carefully understand them before claiming it.
Seriousness and trustworthiness:
For seasoned bettors, Bet-at-Home is a name which screams of prestige and good reputation. The BML group, who are also in charge of Betsson, are behind the curtains of this German-headquartered bookie. They’ve been established since 1999, and hold a license issued by the Maltese Gaming Authority. Furthermore, Bet-at-Home holds eCOGRA certification of safety and fairness.
While spending time at Bet-at-Home, rest assured that you have a friendly, professional support team to back you up 24/7. You can get in touch via live chat or telephone if you matter is rather urgent, and you can also send an e-mail which has good response times nonetheless.
The bookie will process your transactions via a wide variety of banking methods, such as VISA and Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill and Bank Transfer – to name a few. Naturally, deposits are processed instantly, while withdrawals can take between 2-3 working days. Skrill and Bank Transfer have 2 and 3 free withdrawals per month, respectively, while any additional withdrawals via those methods have an added cost of up to €5. All other methods are completely free.
Design and navigation:
Bet-at-Home’s website is rather plain looking, but that is pure preference and not a detrimental factor. The eSports menu is situated to your left, while navigating the markets and bet slip is highly intuitive. While Bet-at-Home is a reputable bookie with all the bells and whistles you can ask for, they will need to kick it up a notch should they seriously look towards competing for the eSports player base.