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Bet it All Review

Bet it All started accepting bets in 2004. For the first 5 years I worked only on Asian markets, hence the love for their inherent handicaps. After receiving the first Asian Operator of Year award from EGR magazine in 2009, the bookmaker entered the European market. By the way, the following year he once again became a laureate of this award; in 2011 and 2012, the same publication placed Bet it All in 11th and 14th places, respectively, in the list of the most influential operators on the planet. So beech has the right background.

Bet it All Review

To be honest, in my opinion, Bet it All is very similar to PinnacleSports. I’m not saying that the offices are completely identical, but I’m sure that SBO completely copies Pinnacle’s line, some of its rules for accepting bets, and certainly “licked” the American chip from the Danger Zone in live.

I’m not saying copying is bad. Especially with such a cool company as Pinnacle. I just don’t see the point in creating entities. True, this has a plus for players. The Bet it All line is a little late in reacting to events, so here you can catch quite high odds on some obvious outcomes.

Among the reviews from European players, I found mostly positive opinions. Based on them, one can judge that the company is reliable, fulfills its obligations and does not spoil the life of the pros. I think this is largely due to the Isle of Man license, whose regulator monitors licensees very strictly. True, this permission is not valid in Asia, and the office’s website is blocked here, so our compatriots have to use different methods to bypass the blocking, in particular the Bet it All mirror.

Line and painting

As I already said, the Bet it All line is completely copied from Pinnacle, however, with the exception of football (which is soccer). In total, I counted 33 sports in the left menu of the site. One of the biggest differences from the kicks is that European football is well represented here, rather than American disciplines. This is an important point, which for many can be decisive when choosing between these two companies. Of course, the football line is far from ideal, but still the main championships are shown quite well in it. But the list is still at the Pinnacle level: if in the most “expensive” matches you can find up to 20-25 additional betting options, taking into account Asian handicaps, then in simpler games there are only main outcomes and a couple of the same handicaps.

But after football comes the “Pinnacle Americans.” The best among them are the US leagues: NBA, MLB and NFL. And painting has the same problems as other disciplines. In matches that are valuable from the point of view of bookmakers, there are a couple of additional markets, and in middling or completely unpopular leagues there is a main outcome and opposite totals and handicaps.

Among traditional European sports, tennis is still well represented. Its line includes all tournament series: ATP, WTA, as well as ITF and Challenger. The list here is also limited to one or two main markets plus, of course, the Asian handicap.

Surprisingly, the esports leagues shown here are surprisingly good: League of Legends, CS:GO and Dota 2. At least I found all the tournaments that were available at the time of writing the review.

There are obvious disadvantages in the line, and this cannot be denied: a limited number of events, poor content and the absence of many football and tennis matches that are interesting to players. This may affect the desire of European players to look for a working Bet it All mirror, when there are several licensed offices with the opposite rating in this bookmaker characteristic.


Just four sports disciplines with ten events per game day is a failure. For comparison, about a thousand events were presented on the Livescore service at the time of preparation of the review. In general, the division of bets during the match is one hundred percent disadvantage of SBO.

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