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PointsBet Review: Our Opinion on markets, Apps and Odds
First, take a look at an overview of the PointsBet site.
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- Betting Markets/Available Sports – 5/5
- PointsBet Mobile App – 5/5
- PointsBet Payment Options – 4/5
- Customer Care – 4/5
- Our Verdict – 4.5/5
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Betting Markets/Available Sports – 5/5
This is another area where PointsBet scores favourably. With any sport able to lend itself to spread betting there is a huge opportunity for PointsBet to offer some of the biggest events in the sporting calendar. They also have managed to cover some of the most popular sports for Australian punters.
Horse racing, NRL, AFL and cricket are all offered and this PointsBet review discovered that this site has excellent coverage of the NBA – with exclusive markets on every game. If you are a fan of basketball then not only is PointsBet the best place to bet – spread betting is actually a perfect way to wager on the sport. The way basketball is set up lends itself perfectly for this kind of betting so having such coverage is a really good move.
Due to the way spread betting works PointsBet claim to be able to offer up to 300+ markets on each event so there should be no problem finding something suitable for even the pickiest of bettors.
PointsBet Mobile App – 5/5
The PointsBet mobile app is available from the usual places and can be downloaded onto iOS and Android devices. It is noticeable that PointsBet has been designed with the mobile user in mind as the layout and design seem to work better on a smaller screen.
Depending on the system requirements of the device, you need to:
- Go to the Apple Store for the iOS 9.0+ version on all the Apple devices
- For Android, you need to go to the PointsBet site and download the link following the instructions.
With the way PointsBet works, we found that using a mobile phone to follow the scores – and alter our bets accordingly – was the best way to use this bookmaker effectively.
Being able to make your bets wherever you give you greater freedom – and like a lot of the spread betting markets are time sensitive the fact that PointsBet offers a very good looking mobile version is a big plus point. You can also obviously just use your device’s browser to access the site as well.
PointsBet Payment Options – 4/5
PointsBet allows deposits with Visa or MasterCard debit cards but does not support POLi payments at this time.
There are also unique payment details due to the nature of the betting with this site. As customers can lose more than they stake you should be fully aware of how funds can flow in and out of your account at PointsBet. With Pointsbet you can also set your desire deposit limit that will apply to the set timeframe.
In our opinion, anyone interested should gain an understanding of spread betting first but it is good to see that if you hold a cash account and the balance goes into a negative, PointsBet will return it to $0 within 24 hours.
Customer Care – 4/5
PointsBet offers an extensive customer support service and account holders can contact the help team via phone, email or live chat. With the possibility of the need for help for those new to spread betting PointsBet seem more than happy to assist in any way they can.
Our Verdict – 4.5/5
By registering on the site you can discover the joys of spread betting at PointsBet at this review has hopefully shown that it is an exciting new way to bet. With so many betting markets on offer – and the specialist NBA coverage in particular – we can see PointsBet becoming very popular very quickly.
We would advise learning about the process first but in our opinion, PointsBet is definitely a site to check out.
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|👍 Offers spread betting||👎 No live streaming|
|👍 Mobile optimised|
|👍 Huge range of markets|