Mr Green casino been voted the best online casino it has a lot of satisfied customers. On the strength of that they have now opened up a sports book to go along with it. Opening around the same time as the Cheltenham Festival in 2016 it has had a little time to settle in now. What’s it like? Does it live up to the name? Well, read our Mr Green sports book review for our opinion.
Well let’s start with the overall looks and feel of the site. If you have no experience of Mr Green then you are in for a treat. The site is unique. It has a sense of fun about it and doesn’t take itself too seriously. The functionality is spot on and very easy to use. The site will automatically load a language version for the countries IP address. If your country does not allow gambling you will not be able to access the site.
Mr Green take pride in being responsible. Due to licensing laws you may get the casino but not the sports book. Anyway the site is bright and friendly and exciting. The format is nothing like the usual template sports book that seems to be the norm. The most popular sports are in a block of quick links to the right. Along the header there are quick link tabs to the most popular football leagues, tennis competitions and basketball leagues and the tab for the rest of the sports offered.
The header list is seasonal when the American football season is in play it will have a quick link for example. The rest of the sports home page is made up of banners featuring the Mr Green character advertising various offers. Scroll the page and you will have the most popular bets that are trending along with some live scores.
An impressive 38 different sports and events are covered by Mr Green. These include some of the lesser known and covered areas like trotting and Pesapallo. Along with politics, TV & novelty and a section for Mr Green specials. When it comes to football there is an A-Z of countries as the most popular sports in the world you would expect great coverage. You get it at Mr Green English football alone has eight leagues and competitions covered. The number of markets available is very good you get all of the normal match bet, total scores, over/under, both teams to score, handicaps etc.
You also get quite a few of the more unusual ones e.g corners, cards, player cards and then the player specials. Mr Green is getting a name for itself with the football specials markets. One shot to hit post or crossbar, or player verses team goals scored. Then you can have the crazy bet special offer e.g. the Chelsea Swansea match Diego Costa to score & get booked, Eden Hazard to core, Gylfi Sigurdsson to score & Leroy Fer to get a card the price for that is 151.0 (decimal). If you are a basketball fan then the choice is almost as good. To say that Mr Green hasn’t had the sports book running a year yet they have hit the ground at a sprint.
The prices in general are excellent they are competing directly with the top name bookies with years of experience. No horse racing card as yet but who knows maybe it will come. The external stats pages are useful tools for the better that likes some more information. These are available for a lot of the sports but not all.
The irony is that you don’t need to download the Mr Green mobile app as the site is one of the few truly responsive versions. It doesn’t matter what device you are on the coding works flawlessly. The site looks good on a desktop on a mobile it is fantastic. The Mr Green bonus and promotion package is mainly based around the casino. You do get a choice of welcome bonus for the sports book it is deposit £/€20 wager that once this is wagered you get two £/€10 free bets and a bunch of free spins in the casino. The accounts are inigrated across the sports book and casino so you only have one account.
Mr Green runs some pretty good promos there is a Formula 1 giveaway at the moment so they are worth looking at.
The live betting with Mr Green is as good as it gets the number of football games in one go will keep you busy. The odds are great the software works well and the number of available markets is up there with the best. Tennis, cricket, handball and basketball are all offered live in-play. Unfortunately there is no live streaming at the moment. If they get that up and running and a horse racing card Mr Green will be vying for the top slot.
When it comes to banking it will depend on your location. You can get a run down in the terms and conditions or you can contact the very helpful customer service team. The usual credit/debit cards bank transfer and e-Wallets are all offered. Licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the MGA means the book is covered by the strictest of regulations. Your money will be safe. All players’ funds are separate from running costs and there has to be enough money available to cover all eventualities. There are no sanctions logged at the regulatory bodies. You may read the odd negative review in a forum but every bookie has a few.
Mr Green look like they are shaping up to be a very good online bookie. Definitely one for your selection.