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BazingaBet is an online bookie and casino which was launched in 2020 by Progress Play Ltd. Licensed in both the UK and Malta, BazingaBet has already attracted punters thanks to its sports coverage, vast in-play opportunities and variety of payment methods. Our BazingaBet review will provide readers with a greater understanding of what to expect with the bookie, including everything from markets to customer support. However, we will start by looking at the bonuses offered by BazingaBet.


In what is a sign up offer similar to those found on other betting sites operated by Progress Play Ltd, new customers at BazingaBet can look forward to potentially claiming a £20 free bet upon signing up.

Claiming your free bet requires an opening deposit and stake worth at least £10, with any winnings made from the free bet having to be wagered x10 before withdrawals can be made. Other terms and conditions set by BazingaBet mean that minimum odds of 1/2 must be met when using free bet funds, which must also be used in one go. Meanwhile, free bets will be available for just 7 days, while the maximum conversion is just £20. Finally, deposits made using Skrill will not qualify for the BazingaBet sign up offer.


If it is promotions in which you are looking for, then BazingaBet is probably not the bookie for you. However, a small number of offers were available to existing customers at the time of writing this review, coming in the form of the following:


Offering prizes of between £50 and £150, anyone placing bets totalling £50 will automatically be added to the Sports League leaderboard at BazingaBet. Punters finishing in the top 5 positions in their region will win a prize, with the promo code “BOLT” having to be used at the time of depositing, while an opt in is also a necessity.


A free bet worth £10 is available to punters placing bets on NBA basketball, motor racing and horse racing. £25 worth of qualifying bets are required in total, while any bets that are cashed out will make punters ineligible.


Perhaps unsurprisingly, no mobile app is available with BazingaBet, with it remaining to be seen as to whether this is something that will be added in the future. However, their betting site is functional on most mobile devices, including iOS and Android, with no download being required. The same number of markets and features are found on mobile with BazingaBet, making it the preferred platform for many of their customers. During testing, the BazingaBet mobile site also performed well in terms of speed and usability, something in which cannot be said of other bookies.
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Live, or in-play, betting is undoubtedly an area in which BazingaBet excels, with this section of their sportsbook having a huge number of markets and features. While no live streaming is available to punters, many markets are accompanied by visually pleasing graphics, which give punters a better understanding of how events are being played out. Sports including football, tennis and cricket feature on a daily basis on the BazingaBet live betting platform, while the Multiview feature makes it easy to keep track of players and teams in which you have backed.


A must have for any online bookie today is a cash out feature, which enables punters to settle bets before their completion. Available on selected markets at BazingaBet, the bookie will offer a proportion of potential winnings as an incentive to cash out.


The results page at BazingaBet is one of the most in-depth around, with users being able to find information regarding sporting events from a number of years ago. However, it is more recent results that will be useful to punters, with form and head to head information having an impact upon who you will back.


Football, horse racing, greyhounds, tennis, motor racing and even speedway virtual markets are available at BazingaBet, offering an alternative to the traditional form of betting. Virtual markets come with excellent graphics, while they are nothing but fair too.

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Almost 50 different markets are available at BazingaBet, meaning that those signing up with the bookie will certainly not be short of options. Below are some of the standout betting markets found at BazingaBet:


All major European leagues and competitions are available to bet on at BazingaBet, with the likes of the Premier League, Bundesliga and Serie A coming with 200+ bet options, such as 1×2, over/under goals and first goalscorer. Football also features heavily when it comes to live betting, with in-play odds being updated upon a goal being scored, red card being issued or a chance on goal materialises.


Despite not being as in-depth as found at other betting sites, horse racing fans are still likely to be pleased with the markets available to them at BazingaBet. All leading meetings from the UK & Ireland are covered, while races from the United States, Australia and across Europe can also regularly be found. No live streaming means that punters must find another way to track their favourite runners and riders, however pre-race information is provided, including age, weight and form.


Tennis is perhaps the sport that delivers the most daily markets at BazingaBet, with tournaments from around the world being found. It is not just Grand Slam’s such as Wimbledon and the French Open which take priority, with weekly events from the ATP and WTA Tours being covered too, along with less high-profile matches from the Challenger and Futures Tours.


Cricket fans are certainly well catered for at BazingaBet, with Test, One Day and T20 matches on both an international and domestic level being available. Whether you are looking to bet on England to beat rivals Australia in The Ashes or Yorkshire to win the County Championship title, BazingaBet have all bases covered.


League of Legends, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Starcraft 2 and Warcraft III markets were also found at BazingaBet, demonstrating just how seriously Esports is taken by the bookie.


A small number of markets are also available surrounding the political scene, with punters generally having the chance to bet on presidential and general elections from countries around the world.


Payments at BazingaBet can be processed via Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, PayPal, Pay Via Phone, Paysafecard, Trustly, ecoPayz, Skrill and Neteller, with the minimum available deposit amount having been set at £10. All deposits are instant, while withdrawals, which also start at £10, will take anywhere between 1-10 working days to complete. Unfortunately, there is a £2.50 processing fee when withdrawing funds, which is disappointing, especially for beginners and those with smaller budgets. All available payment methods are secure and reliable, however punters must remember that deposits made via Skrill will not qualify for the BazingaBet sign up offer.


Support is available at BazingaBet via online chat or email between the hours of 8am-midnight GMT, with the bookie generally being very efficient in this area, despite not offering customer service via telephone. Agents were available via live chat in under 30 seconds on a consistent basis during testing of BazingaBet, while emails are responded to in under 48 hours.


Licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority, BazingaBet is operated by Progress Play Ltd, a company based in St. Julians, Malta. Having only been launched in 2020, not a great deal of information is known about BazingaBet at present, however they have received positive feedback from customers so far.


Offering a generous free bet welcome offer, a host of sports markets, competitive odds and a variety of payment methods, BazingaBet is likely to attract a large number of punters, with their sportsbook site being very easy to use on both desktop and mobile.

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