Having launched at the end of 2016, LVBet are still finding their feet in the competitive world of sports betting but early signs have been positive and they are already attracting a strong and loyal customer base.
Choice is paramount as we will see as we move through this review and it combines well with value to make LVBet a good proposition for anyone seeking a new sign up.
As of September 2017, here is the full list of sporting markets that customers of LVBet could enjoy:
Football, Golf, Tennis, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Volleyball, Baseball, Handball, American Football, MMA, Boxing, Formula One, Speedway, Snooker, Biathlon, Darts, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Aussie Rules Football, Winter Sports, Cycling, Cricket, Badminton, Chess, Floorball, Futsal, Motorsports, Netball, Pesapallo, Olympic Games, Surfing, Squash, Table Tennis, Water Polo and Pool.
That’s a really strong list and as far as niche options are concerned, only the most obscure sports are being excluded here. One obvious omission is horse racing but most other markets are here and you can also access eSports, Politics and Entertainment if you like to move away from traditional sports betting.
It will be some time before we see LVBet listed among the odds comparison sites but having checked a few options, it looks as though they will be offering some seriously good value for all of their customers. No matter what sport you like to bet on, the odds look sound across the board and are often for the most popular football markets.
It’s certainly a site to sit in with for the long term if you are a regular punter who wants top value in the pricing department.
When you sign up for a new account at LVBet you can claim a welcome deal that provides up to £100.00 as a matched bonus. Clearly that’s a generous and competitive figure but it is a 10% match so not everyone will be willing to credit the £1000.00 needed to trigger the full amount.
If you prefer a smaller outlay then you can start with a low credit of £10.00 and you will still receive that 10% bonus. Please check all of the ts and cs and note that the bonus must be wagered on a multiple bet where the odds for each leg should be at a minimum of 1/4.
It’s quiet here in regards to any ongoing promotions for regular players but there is a loyalty scheme where you can exchange LV points for bets. 200 points = 2 Euros and full details of this scheme are shown on the promotions page over at the LV website.
Banking and Customer Service
The banking side of the LVBet set up is a very positive one and if you like to use eWallets, there is a good list with the major players included alongside some of the smaller operators. As you would expect, Skrill and Neteller are represented here but you can also use paysafecard, Zimpler, Trustly, Sporopay, Euteller and iDeal.
Of course, debit and credit cards are also accepted so there are a number of ways in which you can get on board and access your account.
As for the customer service side of things, clicking on the support button at the top right edge of the home page will give you the option to access the live chat operator. Someone will be available 24 / 7 to answer your queries via this facility in the shortest possible time.
If you prefer, you can also seek help from LVBet via a web form or from a dedicated customer support email address. Whichever you choose, the customer service here has shown itself to be fast and effective.
There are definitely some very good aspects of the new LVBet sportsbook including that welcome deal worth up to £100.00. That’s very competitive in the industry although it does require a high funding element in order to gain the maximum bonus.
The market range is one of the best around and there are great prices here too so while it would be good to see some extra promos being introduced for regular players, the value is already here in those excellent odds.