The bookie is operated by STS.Bet Limited, a company based in the European gambling capital, Malta. STS is the sponsor of the Polish national football team, as well as many professional clubs in the country. For those unfamiliar with STS, this review will outline everything in which the bookie has to offer. This will include everything from markets and odds to bonuses and payments. Let’s kick things off with the main pros and cons of STS, based on our testing.
STS Pros & Cons
- Over 40 sports depending on the season
- Many exotics on offer, like Chess, eSports, surfing etc.
- Live Betting Center with the most popular sports
- No horse racing markets
- No mobile betting app
Sports Betting Markets – 30+ Sports Available
Even with the absence of horse racing, STS still offers 30+ different sports markets. As expected, football, tennis and basketball feature heavily. However, the bookie demonstrates its excellent coverage by offering odds on events from the world of figure skating, beach volleyball and NASCAR. Meanwhile, events from outside the world of sport can also be bet on, including politics and entertainment. It is not just the coverage that is pleasing at STS, with the bookie offer a large number of markets.
This is demonstrated clearly by the fact that betting on the Premier League comes with 250+ options. At the time of writing this review, there were some 900+ football matches found, along with 100+ tennis matches and almost 200 basketball games. All sports are clearly listed down the left-hand side of the page, with the top leagues and events accessible at the top of the page. Pre-match, live and outright markets are available in all, with the options available to punters at STS being on par with many leading online bookmakers.
Betting Odds – On Par with Leading Bookies
Odds at STS are available to view in a range of formats, including fractional, decimal, American, Hong Kong, Malay and Indo. Odds comparisons on many sporting events put STS on the same level as better known bookies, while they are especially competitive when it comes to less high-profile football leagues, including the Polish Ekstraklasa. Elsewhere, betting on the underdog at STS is also likely to bring about some excellent returns.
- Excellent live betting platform
- Esports & virtual sports markets
- Variety of ongoing promotions
Live Betting at STS – Huge Number of Daily Markets
One of the major benefits of signing up at STS is the huge number of in-play markets available. The bookie has clearly recognised just how popular this method of wagering now is. Sports such as football, tennis and basketball once again feature heavily, however live options are also available surrounding ice hockey, handball, Esports and more on a daily basis. Green and red markers indicate how odds have changed, while the overall in-play platform at STS being simple to use. The multi-view option makes it easy for punters to follow a host of picks too.
Bonuses & Promotions – Offers for New & Existing Customers
Both new and existing customers are well looked after in terms of promotions at STS. This starts from the moment you register, with punters in the UK being able to take advantage of a £40 welcome bonus. The following steps must be taken to qualify for your bonus at STS:
- Register a new sportsbook account with STS, completing the relevant registration form in the process.
- Make an opening deposit of at least £10.
- Place a qualifying bet of at least £10, featuring at least two selections. Minimum odds of 1/2 per selection must be met.
- Claim a £10 Freebet.
Unfortunately, the terms and conditions surrounding the offer are a little strict, with the total bonus having to be wagered 6x before withdrawals can be made. Meanwhile, opening deposits made using Skrill, EcoPayz, Neteller or MuchBetter will also not be eligible for the bonus.
In terms of what is on offer for existing customers, the following promotions were available at STS at the time of writing this review:
Extra 6 – This accumulator insurance offer means that punters will receive their stake back if just one leg lets them down. A football acca featuring 6 or more selections is required to qualify, while a maximum refund of £50 is up for grabs.
World Cup Qualifiers – Another football insurance style offer from STS means that punters can claim a £10 bonus when wagering on World Cup qualifying matches. In order to qualify, place a single pre-match bet worth £30 on a 1×2 market. Should your pick be winning at half-time but fail to win the match, a £10 bonus will be awarded.
Tennis Free Bet – A £10 bonus can also be earned when betting on select tennis tournaments. When available, place a £30 pre-match single bet, at minimum odds of 1/2 or greater, on the match winner market. In the event of the match going into a third set tie-break and your bet losing, a £10 bonus will be granted.