• Beautiful design
  • Easy to navigate
  • Big odds
  • Wide selection
  • Great promotions

ComeOn Review

With a slick and graphically-rich layout, including stacks of live odds, Twitter feeds, news feeds and more, ComeOn is an all-inclusive betting site that aims to rival the likes of Bet365. It has a long way to go if it is going to do that, but as we shall discover, all of the basics are in place and ComeOn is more than well placed to make it to the top of this industry.

Regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority, ComeOn are in good company, because this is the same regulator that oversees sites like Betway and BetFair, ensuring everything is as it should be. ComeOn is licensed across Europe and elsewhere, with only a handful of countries unable to register.

Pros and Cons

  • Beautiful design
  • Easy to navigate
  • Big odds
  • Wide selection
  • Great promotions
  • Limited esport options

Betting Options

There is a huge range of markets to gamble on here, including popular markets such as soccer, rugby and basketball, and less popular markets such as pool, volleyball, speedway and more. You can even get your money on poker tournaments, with markets on the final table of the WSOP Main Event and more.

ComeOn also offers odds on a number of esports, focusing on the biggest and the best, with games like Dota 2 and LoL taking centre stage. These are not as readily available as other sports on the ComeOn site, but they are increasing their exposure as more and more gamblers seek the best odds on these markets. There are also a number of special bets, including TV shows, award shows and more, all of which are focused on the United Kingdom, United States, Denmark, Norway and elsewhere.

Keen to compete with its rivals, and to gain a foothold in this industry, ComeOn offers some of the best odds you will find anywhere on events like the Rugby World Cup 2015 and the English Premier League. There are live betting sections, with extensive markets on soccer and other global sports, and ComeOn also has an online casino and a poker room.

Customer Service

There is a nifty little live chat feature on the ComeOn site that makes getting an answer to a question or a fix to a problem as easy as it can be. Simply click on the button shaped like a speech bubble at the top of the main page, fill in the details that follow and then you’ll be put through to someone who can help. If you would prefer a slower process, you can also send them an email. If you have any grievances with ComeOn and want to air these out in the open, they have a number of social media accounts. We find that the best way to get in touch is through the live chat, as this tends to fix any problems very quickly.

Deposits and Withdrawals

As is to be expected from a site licensed in Europe, ComeOn accepts a huge range of banking options, including PayPal, Skrill, credit cards, debit cards, bank transfers and iDebit. You can even request to have your winnings sent to you in the form of a cheque, although this can be very slow.

Bonuses and Promotions

Although the bonuses change all of the time, at the time of writing there is a deposit bonus that offers all new members up to £25 in free cash. This is generally consistent with the bonuses they typically offer, in that it appeals to casual players as well as small stake gamblers. To take advantage of this, you have to deposit up to £25 and place your first bet (on odds of Evens or more). Once the bonus is triggered and you have played through it 6 times, then you can withdraw at will.

One of the best promotions on ComeOn is the loyalty club, which allows you to earn points every time you bet and every time you play, before turning those points into cash, free bets and prizes when you have enough of them. There are also free prize draws and competitions, such as the one at the beginning of the 2015 EPL season, where a few correct predictions could win you as much as £15,000.

Conclusion

ComeOn is a fraction away from getting our top mark, and in a year or two it might have what it takes. After all, with great odds, great promotions, a fantastic layout, good customer support and a wide selection, the only thing missing from ComeOn is a certain attention to detail. For instance, whilst it’s good to see esports listed here, they could do with having a few more bets on a few more events. The live betting is also a little too focused on soccer, and could do with including more niche sports.

Some of the smaller things are there. ComeOn tells you what event is being televised in your region, it offers huge markets on popular games and it has a great downloadable app for your smartphone and tablet. We can only hope they continue to work on their esports section.

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Company Information

Website:
www.ComeOn.com
Founded:
2009
License:
Malta
Mobile:
Yes
Rating:

Banking Options

Debit Card, Credit Card, Neteller, Skrill, PayPal, Ukash, Paysafecard, Entropay, Bank Wire and Cheque

Languages

English, Swedish, Norwegian, Spanish, Finnish, Polish, German and more

Restriced Countries

France, Turkey, Curacao, Spain and USA

Currencies

AUD, CAD, DKK, EUR, GBP, NOK, NZD, PLN, RUB, SEK and USD

Contact Information

Email:
Mail form
Telephone:
No
Live Chat:
Yes
Social: