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BetPas Review

BetPas is an international bookmaker founded in 1999 in Turkey. The site has been translated into 15 languages. The bookmaker is licensed on the island of Curacao. You can create a gaming account in any currency.

BetPas Review

The advantages include a wide variety of games and relatively high odds. This is not only about sports betting: casinos, betgames, virtual sports, e-sports, TV lotto, politics and show business. The bookmaker offers a registration bonus in the form of a risk-free bet or a first deposit bonus.

Selecting bets

BetPas offers bets on two dozen sports. The selection of bets is average (for football there are about 30 championships in different countries), the line has no advantages over its competitors.

You can bet on events in show business, politics, Versus, cyber (Counter-Strike, Dota 2, LOL, StarCraft II and StarCraft: Brood War) and virtual sports.

But for the top match of the NBA playoff finals, the bookmaker offers approximately 150 markets, which include statistical indicators: rebounds, steals, fouls, two-pointers and three-pointers, two-point conversion percentage. For other meetings, bookmaker sports analysts make a list of 10–20 markets.


Bookmaker BetPas odds margin is average for the market. For top events, the figure can drop to 3–5%; if you want to bet on less popular tournaments, then the value is approximately 6–9%. The higher the bookmaker’s margin, the lower the odds.


For the five top leagues, the Champions League, the Europa League, the Conference League and national team tournaments, the margin averages 4–6%, sometimes less if it is, for example, the Champions League final. At a tournament with a significantly lower rank – the conditional championship of Algeria, the figure rises to 8%.


For the main matches in the world of hockey, the bookmaker offers a margin of around 4–5% (NHL, World Championship, Olympic Games). But for the New Zealand league mentioned above, this value is only 7%, that is, it is lower than for the Algerian football championship.


For top tennis tournaments, the bookmaker’s commission is less than 4% (the grass tournament in London before Wimbledon was taken as an example). For competitions of a lower rank the figure is slightly higher than 5%. If we take the women’s ITF, the value rises to 6–6.5%.


For the final game of the National Basketball Association playoffs, the bookmaker offers a margin of 4%. If we take the New Zealand basketball championship, the figure is approximately 8%. For the Spanish League playoff final, the margin is about 5–5.5%.


The selection of live matches is small – 150–200 events per day, and the number of betting options is below average. The list for a less popular hockey match during the event may not exceed 10–15 positions.

Odds: for top events in popular sports the margin is approximately 67% (football, tennis, hockey, basketball), for minor competitions – 8–10% (on average).

The company provides about 40–50 live markets for major football matches, and 10–20 for less popular games. In the case of tennis matches, the list can reach 20–30 markets, but for ITF tournaments 10–20 positions are offered.

Registered clients can watch live video broadcasts of various sports: football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, e-sports. Bets are calculated on average in 20–30 minutes, it all depends on the results provider.