CBet is one of the smaller betting sites on the market, having only launched in 2017, but don’t let this fool you – the platform offers a surprisingly diverse sportsbook and a solid casino suite to boot. With a stripped-down website the ports seamlessly to mobile devices and a great range of promotions, we were more than impressed with CBet and see how it could one day rival even the bigger players in the industry.
If you like the look of CBet and are interested in finding out more about the features of the platform, the following CBet review Canada will give you the low down.
CBet: Pros & Cons
- Generous promotions
- Diverse sportsbook
- Ports well to mobile devices
- Live dealer games available
- Customer service not available 24/7
Our CBet review Canada was immediately impressed by the platform’s impressive array of Cbet rewards including bonuses and special offers. Despite being a smaller operator, CBet has managed to deliver some pretty enticing deals – the most impressive of which are the sign-up offers. You can see just how well it matches up to other industry stalwarts by taking a look at our Bet Victor review and our Casino Sinners review.
The sportsbook welcome offer promises to double your initial deposit up to a maximum value equivalent to €200. All you need to do to claim the offer is opt-in by clicking ‘Activate’ in the Bonus section of your account. There are a few conditions you’ll need to be aware of though. To claim any winnings accrued from bonus funds you’ll need to wager the amount of the bonus and initial deposit a total of five times. The catch here is that you can only do this with bets made on accumulators – with minimum odds of 1.3.
Casino fans are also catered to with a dedicated casino sign up offer. This is another 100% deposit bonus, up to a maximum value equivalent to €500. As with the sports offer, there are minimum wager requirements here too. The funds need to be wagered a total of 30 times with bets of no more than €/$5 a time. It’s safe to say the Cbet rewards are very enticing indeed.
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CBet has presented a simple yet appealing website that has been perfectly designed to deliver its services. It features a simple colour scheme of black, grey and green with the graphic banners to make things a little more eye-catching. First impressions were definitely positive for our CBet review Canada and we think you’ll feel the same.
When landing on the main page, you’ll see the scrolling banner offering the latest promotions and graphic panes representing the different sections of the site. This makes it an absolute breeze to find what you are looking for – sports fans click on the sportsbook image and casino fans click on the casino suite window.
Whilst there is no dedicated CBet app for the platform, our CBet review Canada was impressed by how well the website transferred to both tablets and smartphones with no loss of functionality. It was a similar deal in our True Flip review, and we didn’t have any problem in using that site from a smartphone. In fact, aside from a few layout changes, there was very little difference between the mobile and desktop versions of either of these sites.
Overall, our CBet review Canada was impressed with the website, as well as both the casino and sports betting platform. It seems CBet has really hit the ground running and put together a visually appealing yet highly functional website.
CBet supports most of the payment methods you’d expect for an online betting and casino website – with the usual options of Visa/Mastercard and bank transfers being complemented by a host of e-payment options, including Skrill, Neteller, PaySafe, and SoFort. Our CBet review Canada was also impressed to find that the platform allows deposits to be made with Bitcoin – but there is no exchange service, you’ll need to already own the cryptocurrency and have a compatible wallet.
The minimum CBet deposit you can make is C$10, with the upper limit for fiat currency being between C$4,000 and C$5,000, depending on the method used. With the exception of wire transfers, most deposits will be credited to your CBet account within a few minutes, if not instantly.
When it comes to withdrawing funds, the platform details a C$50 minimum withdrawal for bank transfers. The maximum withdrawal for any payment method is C$1500 per day, C$2500 Weekly, and C$10 000 per month. Users should also be aware that you must wager the value of your deposit at least once before withdrawal requests will be processed. If you are a roulette or blackjack player, then you must wager the deposit three times. CBet withdrawal times were listed at 12 hours in most circumstances (with the exception of banking transfer) – which our CBet review Canada found to be pretty quick compared with other platforms. Be sure to browse through our Mr Green review for an indication towards the industry standard.
Our CBet review Canada found the platform’s customer support was fairly standard – it’s unlikely to win any industry awards, but will be sufficient for most people’s needs. The two ways you can get in touch are via email and webchat. The customer service team is said to be available 7 days per week, however, the webchat was not available overnight and many CBet reviews have reported not being able to get in contact around the clock. However, when it was running, we found response time was pretty good and communications were clear and friendly.
CBet is licensed and regulated by the Curacao Gaming Control Board, which is generally well regarded in the industry and the same kind of regulation that we found in our BetWarrior review. Regulation is an important factor for any betting platform, as it shows the operator has met certain fair play standards and offers certain financial safeguards – above all, it strongly suggests there is no CBet scam going on. Naturally, as we always make sure to check when conducting our reviews, like when we asked “Is bet365 legit?” for example, our CBet review Canada was pleased to find the platform subject to a reputable authority.
When it comes to protecting user data, CBet’s website uses the latest SSL encryption, along with account verification protocols, to ensure there is no unauthorised access to user accounts and reduce the chances of CBet fraud activity.
One thing that our CBet review Canada found disappointing with the platform was the complete lack of any kind of loyalty programme. We found older CBet reviews that referenced a VIP scheme in operation, but at the time of writing, CBet had nothing in place on its website. However, despite there being no dedicated scheme, CBet does at least reward its loyal users with regular promotions – including weekly bonuses for casino users and a regular rotation of different promotions for sports fans.
Looking at its offering as a whole, our CBet review Canada found the platform to be very well put together and offers plenty of options for both sports fans and casino aficionados. Whilst we did get the impression that CBet casino played second fiddle to the sports betting side of things, ultimately both sections of the site are worth checking out – especially if you are looking for an alternative to the big-name brands in the industry. There is also a decent live casino suite – which is pretty much essential for betting platforms looking to make an impact.
It was a little disappointing not to find any loyalty scheme, and we can’t pretend that the CBet free spins offers and suchlike really make up for this, but hopefully this is something the platform will address in the future.
All things considered, our CBet review Canada rates the platform a solid 75/100 – a good effort, but with some room for improvement.