Our BetBaller.com sportsbook review will highlight the many positives of this bitcoin-friendly sportsbook. From the many sports markets they offer their players to their unique in-play betting functions and integrated live casino, it’s clear that BetBaller caters to gamblers looking for action.[top-1-partner-big partner_id=”1849″]
Before a massive rebrand, the current BetBaller.com sportsbook was actually called FlutterClub.com, a smaller sportsbook that had already been in operation for about 4 years. Since becoming BetBaller.com in early 2016, sports bettors on the site have raved about the higher betting limits the site now features, as well as the multitude of sports markets being offered (primarily ball sports – hence the name).
The site has always promoted Bitcoin as their main banking option, but they also feature other deposit choices for their customers, including Visa, Mastercard, Skrill and Neteller. Even before the rebranding of their name, the site always had a pretty decent reputation for paying out; however, there were instances where bigger wagers took longer to grade than others at similar books. From what we’ve researched, they seem to be a very reputable book and players have reported quick cashouts and fantastic customer service since those past incidents.
The platform that is featured at BetBaller.com is one the more simpler and cleaner designs we’ve seen. Like most online books, all of their sports are laid out on the left sidebar, where you can click on each for a list of complete leagues and games for that day. BetBaller.com is also offered in a multitude of languages, which doesn’t change how the betting platform looks or operates other than changing the language itself on each page of content.
You can register for an account straight from the homepage and it only takes seconds to complete. After funding your BetBaller.com account, you’ll be able to pick and choose from whatever games are available for that day, place your bet amount and bet type, while finally submitting your wager from there. You can see all of your wagers from the Betslip area on the top right of the site when you’re logged into your account.
The team here has never been a huge fan of any type of black background on website, but BetBaller makes the most of it, with dynamic white text and red buttons to really show off the lines all their sports markets. You’ll notice that they also use the proper sports backgrounds to highlight whatever your match your picking, giving it a more inviting and personal feel when placing your bets at their book.
Like most bitcoin-friendly sportsbooks, the BetBaller.com bonus isn’t something that’s super desired as it’s not very large or inviting whatsoever. Whereas most sportsbooks would offer a “100% up to 1 BTC”-type bonus, BetBaller offers new players to the site a very modest 100% up to 50 USD/Euro incentive for depositors.
So while the BetBaller bonus isn’t exactly as “baller” as it might suggest, the site does make up for it with decent rollover terms, which is 5x the deposit amount + bonus. The only kicker is that the odds must be 2.00 or higher and the rollover is considered incomplete after 180 days.
There is an additional VIP bonus that is featured on their site, but strangely enough there’s no information on how much it’s actually for. These BetBaller VIP deposit bonuses are given only by management so it’s safe to assume you might have to make a more sizable deposit than most novice punters might do after opening their account.
It seems this bonus has the same rollover requirement to cash out as the standard bonus outlined above, but with rollover being 5x + bonus on odds 2.00 or higher for a 50% bonus and 10x + bonus on odds 2.00 or higher for a 100% bonus. It’s kind of vague with this type of wording so you might have to email support specifically for this or wait for management to get in contact with you.