MansionBet is a relatively new online casino and bookmaker that launched in 2018. It is a member of the Mansion House group, which has been up and running for many years. As an online sportsbook, MansionBet offers a great betting experience, with a simple user interface and a wide variety of markets available for punters to bet on. While MansionBet is new to the industry and has yet to prove itself in terms of quality, as a member of the Mansion House group we can be fairly sure that this bookie can be trusted, and they do hold a licence from both the Gibraltar Gambling Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. MansionBet is certainly off to a promising start in its first couple of years.
Markets and odds
The huge range of markets available at MansionBet is likely what will make this bookie stand out to many betters. They offer markets in over 25 different sports, including football, boxing, rugby and darts, and live betting options are available for most sports. This is a very respectable selection for such a small bookie, though it’s also worth noting that as yet, MansionBet does not offer the option to live stream when betting in-play; this could be a dealbreaker for punters who do most of their betting live. Odds offered by MansionBet are good, sometimes beating out similar competitors.
Like any good bookie, MansionBet offers a sign-up bonus for new customers. At the moment, this includes 50% extra up to Â£50 on your first deposit, which is decent, though it does have a few caveats attached, including that players will have to bet 6x their wager and deposit before they can withdraw their win – so this promo is only really valuable if you can see yourself making further bets with MansionBet.
Customer service at MansionBet is good; the company are extremely active on social media including Twitter and Facebook, and they’re contactable online via free live chat, though sadly this is not yet available 24/7. Staff at MansionBet generally seem knowledgeable and happy to help, so issues shouldn’t be too difficult to resolve.
Cashing in and out
MansionBet allows a small range of payment options which is by no means exceptional, but it should be enough for most punters. They accept both deposits and withdrawals via PayPal, Visa, Maestro, Mastercard and bank transfer, and deposits are instant. Withdrawals will take a couple of days to come through, however, and are limited depending on the method. What we’d like to see in the future is MansionBet opening up their payment options to include some e-wallets such as Skrill.
The final verdict
Overall, MansionBet offers a promising young sportsbook which will attract new players with its wide range of sports markets and more than decent odds. The biggest drawback of this bookie is probably the simple fact that they don’t offer live streaming, but punters who aren’t bothered by this will find lots to enjoy at MansionBet.