Anbessa Sports runs a number of land-based betting shops and has also launched an online betting platform where customers can fill in betslips to generate codes, check their tickets, or deposit and place bets exclusively online. Find out how to use the Anbessa sports betting site in our review.
Users who don’t want to register with the site can place bets anonymously in order to generate a ticket that will be processed at an Anbessa branch. However, if you want to carry out deposits and bets online, you will need to open an account. The signup process is simple and straightforward, requiring only first and last name as well as a phone number to which an account verification code will be sent. You can also make a registration through Telegram by sending a message to the Anbessa bot. The Telegram accounts can be found on the Contacts page.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Anbessa offers online banking to registered users who can choose between HelloCash and Amole to make a deposit. Withdrawals, however, can be received only at land-based shops. To initiate a withdrawal, open the ‘Wallet’ tab in your account and enter the amount you’d like to withdraw. Confirm by clicking on ‘Withdraw’ to generate a transaction code that you will need in order to authenticate the payment at the Anbessa branch you’ve selected.
Bonuses and Promotions
At present, there are no promotional offers or bonuses advertised by Anbessa Sports Betting. Users can check their messages or contact customer care to find out about any ongoing promotional campaigns.
Although Anbessa sticks to the standard sportsbook layout, with the upcoming events taking over most of the screen and the sports and betslip to the sides, it stands out with an unusual color scheme of white and bright red that is a far cry from the typical blues and blacks most betting sites employ.
On the responsive version of the site, the design has been adapted to be more functional on smaller screens, keeping the most recent events as a focal point and fitting the betslip at the bottom where it can’t be missed thanks to the bright red color of the button. There is no native app for iOS or Android, so if you’re using your smartphone or tablet to manage your bets, you can do it exclusively in-browser without having to download any applications.
Support and Contacts
It’s slightly disappointing to users when operators add links to pages only for them to turn out to be inactive. This is the case with the Anbessa FAQ and Help pages that are non-existent. The T&Cs page seems to provide some clarification as to how the website handles bets and payments but since there are no betting rules published, it’s best that you contact customer care before making a deposit or placing a bet. Assistance is available over the phone and via Telegram. You can look up the phone numbers and accounts on the Contacts page. There is also an email address that you can send your queries and messages to.
Anbessa is a new sportsbook, operating online for about a year, and as such, it clearly has some aspects to work on. Currently, it covers almost 20 sports in nearly 40 countries and major competitions but no eSports, entertainment events, or casino games. There’s a wide range both pre-match and in-play bets, with hundreds of markets on a single event, including handicaps, winning margin, odd/even, and many more.