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Bet25 Review

Bet25 is a world-famous bookmaker brand founded in 1998. in Canada by Leon Gaming Limited. In the first ten years of its operation, this office accepted bets through land-based points from residents of Canada, the USA and some countries of South America.

Bet25 Review


Bet25 has more than enough bonus offers. A significant part of them concerns interest-free replenishment of deposits from the accounts of domestic mobile operators, but there are also quite suitable options that are definitely worth attention. The focus, of course, is on the first deposit bonus: here it is up to $100


The pre-match line at Bet25 is frankly weak. According to this indicator, the office loses to 95% of bookmakers. When I wrote the review, the site had 20 classic sports and a couple of exotic ones in the style of darts, curling or floorball, that is, nothing special. Traditionally, the football line is best represented, which I personally would rate four out of five. To get “excellent”, there must also be small markets, that is, leagues of the 2nd and 3rd echelons of importance, which are especially valued by cappers who play mainly on totals and handicaps in LIVE. This is actually an important point, due to the absence of which a lot of players are instantly eliminated.

Hockey is presented a little worse, but in principle it’s also not bad, especially the most “valuable” leagues – NHL, VHL, KHL. The remaining tournaments feature only 2-3 games, and in some cases even one “match of the day”.

The tennis line disappointed me with its paucity. I found only a couple of matches from the Davis Cup and not the most interesting WTA championship. And this is when a bunch of Asian challenges and non-sour games are held, even if they are from the ITF. In general, tennis fans have nothing to catch here.

Live section

No matter how meager the pre-match line of BC Bet25 is, the live section is a hundred times more modest. It doesn’t even make sense to consider it based on the offers of other popular bookmakers; it’s enough to look at the list of available events on the Livescore service to be completely disappointed. Matches that are of any interest are simply ignored here. Moreover, this situation is observed not in any specific sport, but in the entire line, which is very sad.


The painting in Bet25 does not lag behind the line and live. Let’s take, for example, one of the central games of the Europa League. There are five additional outcomes in total. How do you like it? And so it is in almost all matches from the line, except, perhaps, hockey ones. For the central match of the day in the NHL, the book offers as many as twenty additional outcomes. And tennis is even worse – two or three outcomes, and only in sets. If you are looking for a high-quality line and wide painting, then pass by.


On the one hand, I was pleasantly pleased with the odds at Bet25, but on the other hand, they are very volatile and depend on the type of sport. For the most “valuable” football matches, the book set a margin of 1.5-3.5%, which is very good for both the European and domestic markets. On less important games the margin reaches 5.5%, and on totals and handicaps it varies in the range of 3-11%.

In hockey and tennis, the office earns up to 6-8% on main outcomes and up to 8-11% on handicaps/totals, regardless of the level and importance of the championship.

The odds slightly smooth out the impression about Bet25, but in the case of the legal bookmaker Leon, this is a complete failure, since there an additional 13% tax is deducted from each winning, and then what remains? I think that some players will not share my opinion, citing the legality of the office, security, and the strength of the brand in general. But if you choose between an offshore book and its legal version, then I would give preference to the first, even despite the problems with accessing the site.