The following is a review of the betting agency AllYouBet. I will update this review periodically to keep the details up to date. The Betting Agencies section provides information and reviews for other sports betting services.
AllYouBet was launched in 2010 by the better known All Slots Casino, which has been around since 2010. Some of the site’s signature features are the large betting selection and high limits. The sportsbook is licensed in Curacao but is targeted towards Europeans and Australians. The website is available in English, Spanish and German, and Australian customers will be happy to hear that AUD accounts are offered and they have a 1800 support number for Australia.
- New member offers – new depositors get a 50% deposit bonus up to $100. Unfortunately, the bonus will only be credited once the initial deposit has been rolled over twice with odds greater than 2.00. Furthermore, customers must roll over the amount of their initial deposit 8 times with odds over 2.00 in order to withdraw the bonus.
- Deposit options – Credit card, POLi, Neteller, MoneyBookers, Entropay (not for AUD), Click2Pay, Ukash, ECOCard, UseMyBank, ClickandBuy, EZIpay, direct bank transfer and Citadel Direct.
- Withdrawal options – Credit card, Neteller, MoneyBookers, Entropay (not for AUD), Click2Pay, Ukash, ECOCard, UseMyBank, ClickandBuy, EZIpay, direct bank transfer, Citadel Direct, cheque
- Transaction fees – Deposits made by credit card will incur a 2% processing fee. Cheque and wire transfer withdrawals that are less than $1,000 will attract fees of $10-$20.
- Currencies supported – AUD, GBP, USD, EUR, CAD, DKK, NOK, SEK
- Minimum bet – $1
- Turnover requirements – 2x for regular deposits, 8x for bonus funds
- Betting Markets / Options – AllYouBet prides itself on its broad betting selection. Along with the standard football, cricket, golf, motor sports and American sports offerings, you can bet on the likes of handball, futsal, table tennis, winter sports, hurling, water polo, badminton, UFC, snooker and darts, among others. Australian sports betters should be warned that while some rugby union and rugby league markets are offered, no AFL offerings could be found at the time of review. If you are a keen NRL/AFL punter I recommend an Australian bookmaker instead.
- Live betting – live online betting is available
- Credit facilities – not that I’m aware of
- Restricted countries – the United States and perhaps others. Check the sign up page to see if your country is listed.
- A 1800 support number is available to Australians
- A huge range of deposit and withdrawal methods is offered
- The maximum accepted bet is displayed when you are placing a bet. This avoids the disappointment of having planned bets rejected.
- The betting interface is fantastic. When you select new markets to look at, the betting options are displayed in a stacked manner, meaning the markets you previously looked at are displayed below your most recent selection. This enables you to view markets for numerous sporting leagues at once. You can use the X buttons to remove markets you have finished looking at.
- Live chat support
- Harsh turnover requirements on initial deposit bonuses
- Credit card deposits and bank transfer withdrawals will attract fees
- Limited betting options for Australian sports
- Bottom line – AllYouBet is a solid betting service. Members have access to a huge range of deposit options, and a broad selection of sports is available. The website’s best feature is the betting interface and its stacked sports market display. AFL betters will be disappointed, but the service will suit punters on European and American sports. AllYouBet would actually provide a good complement to an Australian bookmaker membership, because there isn’t much overlap between their offerings. Furthermore, AllYouBet enables you to bet live online, while Australian bookmakers do not. I would pay little attention to bonus funds because the turnover requirements are so harsh, but I certainly recommend you check out this service.