MansionBet Review Our Rating
Welcome Offer 1/5
Betting Markets 3.5/5
Odds 5/5
Live Betting 4/5
Live Streaming 1/5
Mobile App 4.5/5
Payment Options 3.5/5
Customer Service 4/5

Welcome Bonuses

From March 1st 2022, MansionBet will no longer have a welcome offer for sports betting. While this is disappointing, the casino offers will still be available and existing offers can be found on their site.

If MansionBet chooses to provide more deals in the future, we’ll be here to highlight the best and where you can use your free bets.

Betting Markets

MansionBet have an impressive range of betting markets available to their customers in plenty of sporting events. They have a strong range of betting markets on the following sports, which remain hugely popular amongst punters.

  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Basketball
  • Horse Racing
  • Darts
  • Greyhounds
  • American Football

In terms of depth in the betting markets, there is a slight room for improvement for MansionBet. They don’t offer statistical-based markets, which does put them behind the likes of bet365, Sky Bet, William Hill, Coral, Ladbrokes and BoyleSports.

All of the major leagues are covered, with the likes of the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1 remaining the most popular when it comes to football betting. Sports such as Aussie Rules, Gaelic Football, MMA and Politics are also covered through MansionBet.

The betting markets available on MansionBet cover the basics but the range of sports available on their website and mobile app make up for that slight lack of depth in particular sporting events.


When it comes to the odds, MansionBet are competitive compared to other bookmakers. With a range of betting markets to choose from on plenty of sporting events, potential new MansionBet customers will be hoping that the bookmaker can offer competitive odds.

MansionBet certainly does that as well, with a good example coming from the outright betting on the 2022 World Cup. MansionBet are offering odds of 11/2 (as of 20th December 2021) for Brazil to win the 2022 World Cup. Whilst bet365 are offering slightly shorter odds at 6/1 for Brazil to run out winners. This could see potential new customers head to MansionBet instead.

Live Betting & Live Streaming

MansionBet have plenty of live betting markets available in several sporting events with live updates and statistics being provided. There are a range of markets to choose from on each sport, and with the statistics provided, punters will be able to make their selections based on those.

One area for improvement for MansionBet is their lack of live streaming on in-play events. They currently don’t offer live streaming on any sporting events. This puts them well behind many of their competitors who offer live streamed events regularly.

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MansionBet’s casino remains hugely popular amongst their customers, and with many different games to choose from with different stakes available, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to this area of the bookmaker.

Below, we’ve listed some of the most popular games that are available on MansionBet’s casino.

  • Buffalo Blitz
  • Age of the Gods (God of Storms)
  • Cash or Crash
  • Legacy of the Wild
  • Rhino Blitz
  • Pyramid Valley
  • Sahara Riches
  • Legend Hydra

Live Casino

MansionBet has several games available to play throughout the year. The hosts of the games are friendly and often interact with players, making for a positive experience. Below, we’ve listed some of the games that are popular on MansionBet.

  • Blackjack
  • Baccarat
  • Cash or Crash Live
  • Deal or No Deal Live
  • Roulette

Customers have the option to sort the games available into alphabetical order, or by most popular. There are many different lobbies in MansionBet’s live casino, and with varying stakes, there is something there for players with different budgets.

MansionBet Vegas

MansionBet’s Vegas area has plenty of games to choose from for their customers. All of the games are easy to find, and with eye-catching feature images on each game, players are certain to be drawn into playing them within their limits. 

As pictured below, there are the following areas on MansionBet Vegas. 

  • Top Games
  • New Games
  • Live Casino
  • Table Games
  • Video Slots
  • Jackpot Games

Virtual Sports 

MansionBet’s Virtual Sports is a real plus for the bookmaker. They have scheduled virtual sporting events, as well as instant, which puts them above some of their competitors. Below, we’ve listed the events available on MansionBet’s Virtual Sports section.

  • Virtual Football
  • Virtual Horse Racing
  • Virtual Greyhounds
  • Virtual Tennis
  • Virtual Cycling
  • Virtual Speedway

The likes of Sky Bet, bet365 and William Hill’s Virtual Sports area all have scheduled events that customers have to wait to wager funds on, but with MansionBet having ‘instant’ games available, then there’s something available for customers whenever they wish to play.

There are plenty of betting markets available for MansionBet customers to wager funds on, and with the live streaming of the events being of good quality, it makes for a pleasant experience whilst playing on MansionBet’s Virtual Sports section.

MansionBet Mobile App

MansionBet’s mobile app is a real positive for the bookmaker. You can access all of the features on the desktop version of their website through their mobile app, and with all of those features being easy to find, there are plenty of reasons to use them.

As well as their customer service team, live betting is available on MansionBet’s mobile app. Their casino, live casino, vegas and virtual sports are also available on MansionBet’s mobile app, and once again, they’re easy to find and use.

MansionBet’s mobile app can be downloaded for customers with either an iOS or Android device. Users with an Android device can access it from the Google Play Store, whilst customers with an iOS device can download the mobile app through the App Store.

Payment Options

MansionBet have plenty of payment options available to their customers, which is another positive. All of the deposit options are displayed clearly on their website. We’ve listed the deposit options that are accessible through MansionBet below.

  • Visa Debit Card
  • PayPal
  • Paysafecard
  • MuchBetter
  • Skrill
  • Neteller

MansionBet have got themselves covered when it comes to the majority of popular payment methods, although a slight negative is that they don’t accept Apple Pay or Google Pay, which is frustrating, as that can often be a popular deposit option for players with an iOS or Android device.

Customer Service

MansionBet have plenty of ways in which their customers can get in contact. Below, we’ve listed the contact methods that are available on MansionBet.

  • Live Chat
  • Telephone (UK) – 0800 279 2688
  • International Telephone: +350 200 65068
  • Email – [email protected]

Their customer service team is available from 08:00 – 23:00 (UK time) each day through live chat or over the phone. Live chat remains the most popular method of contact with most bookmakers, and MansionBet are no different, with their customer service team able to respond to a customer’s query much quicker than they typically would over email.

Our Verdict

There are plenty of positives going for MansionBet, and new customers can look forward to a solid sign-up offer, as well as a range of sports to wager funds on throughout the year. The competitiveness of their odds is a real plus as well, especially when they’re competing with reputable bookmakers such as bet365 and William Hill in certain betting markets.

One area for improvement is the lack of live streaming that they have on their website and mobile app on in-play events, which sets them back compared to other bookmakers such as bet365 and Betfair which offer a high-quality streaming service on a range of different sporting events.

There’s still some work to do moving forwards, but MansionBet are certainly on the right lines when it comes to the competitiveness of their odds and their live betting opportunities, and if they can address some of the areas for improvements, then they’ll be amongst some of the heavyweights of the bookmaking world.

What we like What we don’t like
Competitive odds No live streaming
Mobile App Customer service response times vary
Live Betting Opportunities