The BlenBet online sportsbook has been operating for a couple of years now and offers pre-match and live betting on some of the most popular sports as well as a slots section with popular games from leading casino software studios. This review looks at all aspects of the platform to help you decide whether it’s the right betting site for you.
Before you’re able to place bets you will need to have registered first. You will find a ‘Register here’ button at the top of the screen. The registration form has a few mandatory fields such as first name, surname, email, date of birth, and address. Adding a phone number is not required; however, it will be used as your primary account ID, so you will need to provide it at some point anyway.
Next, create your username and password and set a secret question that will be used for account recovery. Tick the box to agree to the T&Cs and then activate your BlenBet account by opening the link that will be sent to your email.
Keep in mind that if you don’t use your account for 180 days, that is, if you don’t make a deposit or withdrawal and you don’t place a bet, it will be considered dormant and a dormant maintenance fee may be applied until it becomes active or has been inactive for 24 months.
Deposits and Withdrawals
There is no information on the BlenBet website regarding deposits and withdrawals.
Bonuses and Promotions
According to the T&Cs page of the BlenBet site, the operator runs promotional campaigns that may involve free bets, but there are no further details on their amount or wagering requirements. The only information provided is that a free bet will be credited to the account of a user that is eligible for it and that it needs to be used within 15 days. The main page boasts a banner advertising high odds and bonuses, but again, the banner is inactive and there is no information anywhere on how to claim the advertised bonuses.
The mobile version of the BlenBet website has a clean design and a layout that is easy to navigate. Whether you’re using an iOS or an Android device, there is no need to download any apps. As soon as you open the site, you will see links to the sports, live, and virtual games sections and a list of the upcoming events. The login and register buttons are at the bottom of the page, and the betslip and menu are at the top. The mobile site doesn’t feature the T&Cs and Rules pages so if you’d like to consult those, you will need to switch to the desktop version.
Support and Contacts
There are no contact options such as live chat or contact form on the website. There is also no information on other ways to get in touch with the operator published anywhere. The ‘About & Contact’ link at the footer is inactive and although the Terms & Conditions page prompts users to get in touch if they have questions or need assistance, it doesn’t provide any phone, email, or address that would make it possible.
The BlenBet site offers five sports – soccer, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, and rugby. Naturally, soccer offers the most events and widest variety of bet types as it features matches from around 10 countries and different tournaments and championships. The choice of betting options for the other sports is more limited, but the competitions that attract the most attention are covered and available for both pre-match and live bets.
Although the lack of choice when it comes to betting categories may be a deterrent to some bettors, the lack of a license, contact options, and information on essential aspects such as bonuses is a letdown in itself, too. Perhaps the most standout feature is the slots section which features some of the most popular titles from leading developers like NetEnt, Playtech, and Novomatic.