TonyBet is the official sponsor of a number of sports teams, including Estonian football and volleyball, as well as Juta Racing. Despite not being among the biggest bookies around today, TonyBet does have a significant following, with this review taking a closer look at just why customers sign up on their betting site. Let’s start by outlining the main pros and cons of TonyBet, based on our experiences.
Both desktop and mobile platforms are available in a total of 7 languages, including English, German, Russian, Danish, Turkish, Estonian and Lithuanian.
Tonybet Sports Pros and Cons in Test
- 25+ sports markets available
- 24/7 customer support
- Competitive odds
- Dedicated mobile app for iOS & Android users
- No live streaming
- Low deposit limits
Sports Betting Markets – 25+ Sports Markets
There is certainly no shortage of betting options at TonyBet, with over 25 different sports having been found at the time of writing this review. Such markets surround events from the world of football, tennis and cricket, as well as up and coming markets such as MMA and Esports. The lack of any horse racing markets will come as a disappointment to some however.
For major events, such as Premier League football matches, some 1,000+ markets are available in total, including totals, handicaps and intervals. Pre-match, in-play and outright markets are available on most sports, with major events being accompanied by regional tournaments and competitions from around the world. TonyBet is also a standout bookie when it comes to basketball, volleyball and ice hockey, which perhaps comes as little surprise, given the popularity of such sports in Eastern Europe.
Live Betting at TonyBet
In terms of live betting at TonyBet, some 200,000+ events per year are available to bet on, with sports including football, basketball, tennis and ice hockey once again featuring heavily. Football fans in particular will be pleased with the in-play options at TonyBet, with markets including number of corners, yellow/red cards and next team to score. Unfortunately, there is no live streaming to speak of at TonyBet, which perhaps comes as little surprise given the size of the bookie, however many markets are accompanied by useful graphics, allowing punters to see who is in possession of the ball or how games are playing out. In-play odds are constantly updated at TonyBet too, while markets may be suspended from time to time to avoid punters having an unfair advantage.
Betting Odds – Hugely Competitive
Available to view in either a decimal, fractional or American format, odds at TonyBet are very good. The overall betting payout at TonyBet sits at around 94%, however football fans can look forward to seeing this rise until as high as 97%. Meanwhile, a 4% betting margin is in play surrounding basketball markets, while with tennis this climbs to 8%. Meanwhile, customers at TonyBet can easily see how prices have changed, with red and green graphics being used to indicate drops and rises.
Bonuses & Promotions
Customers in the UK can look forward to claiming a welcome bonus of up to £50 when signing up at TonyBet. The bookie will match all opening deposits worth £10 or more, up to £50, with the promo code “TONY50” having to be entered at the time of depositing. The terms and conditions surrounding the offer also mean that the total bonus amount must be wagered 10x, at odds of 1.65 or greater, before it can be withdrawn. Customers have 30 days to meet the wagering requirements, which is a longer period of time than with many other bookies. Unfortunately, there is a distinct lack of ongoing promotions at TonyBet, meaning that existing customers are rarely in a position to claim a free or earn cashback.