Launched in 2003, TonyBet is an established operator in the online betting industry and with a mantra that says that TonyBet was created for players, by players, we expect good things.
Launching as Omnibet, it wasn’t until 2009 when the site became TonyBet when the professional poker player Antanas Guoga decided to change things up with a rebrand. Since this time, TonyBet has experienced consistent growth and is today one of the quickest-growing names in the online betting market for Eastern Europe.
Despite a strong presence in Eastern Europe, TonyBet has its roots in the United Kingdom (where it is regulated) and Estonia.
Markets Covered by TonyBet
TonyBet covers a huge range of markets. In fact, the offerings on the TonyBet site are some of the largest we have seen in all our time working in the industry.
Some of these markets include—
- American football
- Formula 1
- Martial Arts
Among others. Aussie rules are included, too!
Since TonyBet is constantly adding to its range of markets on offer, you can be sure that your niche favourite will be covered there if it isn’t already… eSports, anyone!?
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While the odds on offer at TonyBet aren’t the highest we have ever seen, especially when compared with competitors, they are far above the industry averages.
Unfortunately, this isn’t an area where TonyBet is likely to be able to compete with bigger names in future. After all, it’s rare to see market-leading odds on sites that aren’t the biggest and best know names.
Over time they may be able to catch up a little bit, but this cannot be guaranteed.Back to top ↑
TonyBet Site User-Friendliness
The TonyBet site does a good job of offering something that looks slick and is easy to use. You won’t have much trouble finding what you are looking for on the TonyBet site—there is no “paywall” or pop-up asking you to sign up and make a deposit before you can access the full site.
With TonyBet, you are able to dive straight into the main site and see what’s going on before you sign up.
After signing up, you aren’t going to have much trouble finding your way around. The site can be navigated easily by using menus on the left or top of the page, and there is a search bar available which can be used to find specific areas and sports if you don’t want to use the navigation options.Back to top ↑
TonyBet’s friendly and approachable customer services team are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Using channels such as telephone and email, you can immediately get in touch with a knowledgeable representative who will be ready to answer any questions you may have about the website or wider service.
In addition to this, TonyBet is highly active on Twitter which means that an answered question is a mere 280 characters away from being answered.
Unfortunately, at the time of writing this review, there is no live chat option on the website. With more and more betting sites offering this to their customers, it would be nice to see this added in the future. Right now, however, it is not a deal breaker.Back to top ↑