Let’s get something out of the way—
OleBitcoin.com is not a sportsbook.
I know, right?! Imagine my surprise when I stop by their site to see what they got for you, only to find out it’s not moneylines, prop bets or World Cup matches.
I’ve come to find out that they offer 2 services instead:
So basically, Ole is an agent for several sportsbooks. I’ll explain what books you can join and what they have in store for you in just a second. But, first, I want to share some intel about their company.
OleBitcoin.com is owned and operated by Ole Group International. They’re an Asia-focused bookmaker with years of experience operating in the southeast Asian region.
They own/operate SBOBitcoin – or used to. This is now a sportsbook, but before being rebranded it once offered the same services OleBitcoin.com does now.
They do NOT accept American bettors. Americans can still check out and drool over admire the sportsbooks, though.
Everyone else that can join will need to create a full account to use their services. That includes your name (or alias), DOB, email and phone number.
If that puts you off, stop, and read the rest of this review. I’ll tell you what books you can join, and the one thing OleBitcoin.com allows that many books do not. All you gotta do is ship them an email ([email protected] or [email protected]) and ask.
Interested? Let’s move on.
Would you believe that they have a deposit bonus?
Well, they do.
I’m surprised because they’re a service provider, not a sportsbook. But I’m not about to complain.
When you sign up you’ll receive a .5% match or .005 bonus. They deposit this to your account instantly – you can make winning bets with it right away.
There are rollover requirements, too. You’ll need to wager the deposit plus bonus 4x. For example, if you deposit 1,000 HKD (Hong Kong dollars), you would receive the .005 bonus. You would have to wager 1,005×4 HKD before cashing out.
Their match bonus is limited to 2 bitcoins. But they do mention that they can increase this on a case-by-case basis.
Note: I have sent them an email asking if I can have their deposit bonus and whatever the sportsbooks offer. They haven’t gotten back to me yet.
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