It probably won’t come as a surprise to learn the main focus of FansBet is sports betting. After all, the brand was founded on the concept of funding fan-oriented organisations and charities. There’s a particularly good range of football markets on offer, from the Premier League and the Championship, through to major European leagues and the American MLS.
Football is just a part of the story, though. FansBet’s fully-fledged sportsbook also includes betting markets across a diverse range of sports, including boxing, motorsports, darts and Aussie rules football. Much like most of the UK’s best bookmakers, FansBet offers competitive odds across its many sports markets, making it an appealing prospect for savvy bettors.
FansBet’s USP is its profit model. Before signing up as a new customer, you pick out a partner organisation you’d like to support, such as a sports-related charity. You can then bet in the confidence that some of the money made by FansBet will go towards a good cause.
FansBet also offers acca boosts to members, enhancing accumulator bets up to 100%, depending on the number of selections in your bet. Other features offered at FansBet includes its user-friendly bet builder tool, which lets you piece together a multi-selection bet on a particular football or basketball game.
Bolstering FansBet’s broad selection of sports markets is its live in-play betting section. This is helpfully signposted by a separate tab right at the top of the website. Click or tap here and you can access real-time odds across a broad spectrum of sports markets.
You can choose to place outright in-play bets on which team or sportsperson will win. Alternatively, you can click through to see a whole range of other betting options related to individual games, like the number of corners expected in the 90 minutes, who will score next, and over/under bets.
In-play bets are easy to manage with FansBet. Simply choose your wager and the bet will appear in your slip on the right-hand side of the screen in the same way it does when you place a normal bet. Any changes to the odds while you’re making up your mind will be reflected in the slip and you’ll be asked to accept that before confirming your wager.
As an added plus, many live bets qualify for early cash outs, meaning you’ll be able to close certain bets and collect any potential winnings even as the action plays out.