Jetbull was launched back in 2007, and with over a decade of experience, this brand established itself as one of the top betting and gaming operators in the UK and beyond. In addition to sports betting and casino gaming, Jetbull also offers an online lottery. This operator is licensed in Malta, where the company is headquartered, and it offers its services to UK players under a UK licence issued by the Gambling Commission. Jetbull’s website is operated by EveryMatrix Ltd.
Even though Jetbull initially offered only casino games, its bookmaking platform soon followed, and the operator received the Innovation in Sports Betting award at the EGR Awards in 2010, also the Sports Betting Rising Start Award at the EGR Awards in 2011. Jetbull is available in 6 languages – English, German, Spanish, Russian, Turkish and Swedish.
The website is easy to use and simple, and all the upcoming matches and sports betting events are displayed centrally. On the left side, there’s a vertical menu where you can get a look at the complete betting offer of the operator. Below the quick links where the most popular betting options are presented, you will see a list of all sports that are available for betting. And that list is quite extensive and it includes over 25 different sports, including not just horse racing or football, but also bandy, Gaelic football and surfing.
You may also bet on e-Sports, and if you click on ‘Specials’, you will see a list of countries for which betting markets that aren’t related to sports are offered. You can bet who will be the next BBC sports personality of the year, the next Prime Minister, Conservative Leader, Labour Leader, and there are other betting options as well.
If you select one of the more popular sports like football, you will see a list of all the national leagues, cups and international competitions which are offered for betting. By selecting one competition, you will see the upcoming matches, and next to each of them you’ll see the number of available markets that are offered for each match. In addition to standard match betting, you can also place Asian handicap bets, bet on the total number of goals, whether a team is going to win both halves and many other options.
Adding a selection to the bet slip is done easily, you just need to click on the provided odds for the selection. You may add more than one selection to the bet slip. Once you add as many selections as you want, you can choose whether you want to place each selection as a single bet, place all of them as part of a multiple (accumulator) bet, or combine them in system bets. It is possible to combine selections of different leagues and even different sports (for example football and tennis).
Live and Mobile Betting
Next to the ‘Sports’ tab on the main menu, you will notice the ‘Live Sports’ tab. If you click on it, a selection of all the matches and events that are underway and available for live betting will be displayed. In live betting, the odds are set to reflect the current situation on the pitch and what has happened up to the point when the wager is placed. You may also combine multiple live selections, or combine them with pre-match betting selections.
If you are one of those people who spend more time on their phone or tablet than on their computer, then you will surely be interested in mobile betting. Jetbull’s website is fully mobile-optimised, and you’ll just need to open the website in your mobile browser, log in and then start betting. The website is fully functional, and the content is organised in a way to match the size and the proportions of the screen of your phone or tablet.
Jetbull accepts a range of payment methods, including credit cards, e-Wallets, prepaid cards, instant banking methods, bank transfers as well as mobile payment. All deposits are free, Jetbull doesn’t charge any fees, and most deposits are processed instantly, but with some methods, there might be a longer waiting period. The minimum deposit amount with most methods is £9, whereas the maximum may vary – it is £8,600 if you’re using Visa and MasterCard, ecoPayz or Trustly, £4,300 with Skrill, Paysafecard and Neteller.
The first requested withdrawal during each calendar month is free, whereas a small 1% fee is charged on subsequent withdrawals. The minimum and maximum withdrawal fees may depend on the chosen method, country of residence and currency.
Jetbull’s website features a detailed FAQ page where punters can find answers to many of the questions that they may have. The questions and the relevant answers are divided into categories so that searching can be easier. If you can’t find the answer to the question you’re looking for you can contact customer support either via email or live chat. Email queries are answered within 24 hours or even faster.