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10Bet Singapore Sports Betting Review

10Bet has been in business since 2003 and is regulated from the egaming jurisdiction of Curacao.  10Bet covers an immense number of sports and are known for having one of the largest deposit bonuses.  

Odds margins at 10Bet are in-line with the middle of the market at about 5% to 7% for most betting markets.  10Bet also offer Asian Handicap football betting, which not every sportsbook offers.  10Bet has created unique approach to live betting with their innovation called ‘Fast Markets.’  This is where you can bet on whether a given event will happen in the next 60 seconds up to 5 minutes.  Imagine for example that a bad football tackle happens and a the players get into a scrum.  As tempers flare, 10Bet may post the odds over whether certain players might receive a yellow or red card in the next few moments of the match.  If you enjoy betting as you watch, this could be a fun and interesting feature.

Can you trust 10Bet? 10Bet is also regulated for play in the United Kingdom and overseen by the UK Gambling Commission.  With the most developed betting market in the world, 10Bet needs to ensure transparency and excellent customer service to UK customers.  With this level of compliance, other customers around the world including Singapore should feel comfortable playing with 10Bet.

Can you get help when you need it?  10Bet’s customer service is offered 24/7/365 by phone, fax or email.

Is my information secure?  10Bet uses the latest 128 bit encryption to protect the data as you send it over the Internet.  They also use a Firewall locally to protect against any data intrusion from outsiders to keep your information safe.

10Bet Singapore Banking Methods

Banking: If your bank accounts and credit cards are all based in Singapore, they likely will not likely work with any sportsbook company, thus you’ll need to fund an intermediate banking solution like Skrill or Neteller which offer SGD account balances.  If you would be OK with having a USD, EUR or GBP balance, you may choose a prepaid virtual Visa Card solution like Entropay.

If you have access to bank accounts and credit cards based outside of Singapore, you would be able to use them to transact directly with 10Bet.

Depositing funds to your 10Bet account with the above methods will be  instantaneous.  Withdrawals back to Skrill, Neteller and Entropay are free and take 48 hours or less.

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Mobile Betting: Yes, via Internet browser - special mobile site.  Near full parity in the number of betting markets versus the normal site.

Bet In-play: Yes, with many markets

Sign-up Bonus: For Singapore, assuming you select an SGD account as your base currency, your bonus should be for 50% of your initial deposit up to a maximum equivalent value of $200 Euros.

10Bet account currencies:  Australian Dollars (AUD), British Pounds (GBP), Canadian Dollars (CAD), Chinese Yuan Renminbi (RMB), Danish Kroner (DKK), Euros (EUR), Hong Kong Dollars (HKD), Japanese Yen (JPY), Malaysian Ringgits (MYR), Norwegian Kroner (NOK), Polish Zlotych (PLN), Russian Ruble (RUB), Swedish Kronor (SEK), Singapore Dollars (SGD), South African Rand (ZAR), Taiwanese Dollars (TWD), Turkish Lira (TRY), United States Dollars (USD), Vietnamese Dong (VND).