If you live in any of the Scandinavian countries you will of course know who NordicBet are. As of 2015 Germany, Switzerland and the Czech Republic have joined the family. Starting life in 2002 as a choice for betting on Nordic sports the private run company grew from strength to strength and in 2013 Betsson bought them out and added them to their BML Group.
NordicBet are main sponsors of the Swedish Hockey League, the Danish Metal Ligaen and the European Champions Hockey League. If you are into hockey NordicBet are with you 100% they cover more hockey than you can shake the stick at. Let’s not beat around the bush in this NordicBet sports book review they are big and well respected in the lands of ice and snow.
There’s not just a class leading sports book but a very highly rated poker room, casino and live casino all underlining the effort that goes into offering the Norse a gambling hub worthy of the Gods. OK a bit much maybe but Norditbet is a very good choice it’s a shame it doesn’t take players from more countries, but they are growing so maybe soon.
If you want to know if you can use NordicBet sports book contact the customer service team because the list does change.
Land on the home page and you almost know you are at a Scandinavian site. Colour schemes and graphics are a thing of personal choice but nobody will dislike the blues of NordicBet. Click on the sports book tab and while the page is loading the wallpaper is a full shot of a football arena in the middle of a training session. This then switches to a recognizable format a long list of sports and events on the left betting slip and a banner on the right and the fixtures in the middle.
The home page of the sports book it is the most popular bets at the time. Functionality is very good and intuitive. There is nothing complicated or confusing about the site. Far from it ease of use is a big plus for this site. You can spend hours browsing and not get stressed at all. Football is the most covered sport it stands to reason NordicBet is of course European. There are plenty of the world’s leagues to choose from right down to some obscure minor ones.
The choice of markets is not that good to be honest but around 70 or so is not bad it’s just not up with the best. The prices you get on those markets do stand up to the best however. Overall the coverage and prices are good. With hockey and basketball getting good cover also there is a lot going for this sports book.
There is a welcome bonus for NordicBet sports book it will come in the form of a free bet for most countries. How much it will be worth will depend on where you are from. It varies hugely so check first. Finnish players get 100% deposit match plus €70. It is a matter of choice but we think a free bet is much better than a deposit match bonus. There are still terms and conditions again these vary from country to country so read carefully. NordicBet have tons more offers in their casino and poker room so if you are looking for a good place for freebies with your card games they are worth checking out.
NordicBet has upgraded its live streaming service and it shows. It has a huge range of games covered. If you want to watch football while you bet you have a huge choice of games from the top European leagues of France, Spain, England and Germany. Or if you prefer the harder fought games from maybe the Turkish Super League or the Copa Libertadores and much more. Ice hockey has action guaranteed. Tennis is covered with competitions from the ATP and WTA tours. Basketball gets some great coverage also there is handball, volleyball and a few others now and again.
The live streaming at NordicBet is worth signing up for alone all you need is cash in your account or having placed a bet in the last 24hours.
NordicBet mobile app is available to download for Android and iOS devices. You get the full complement of offerings with the iOS download with Android you don’t get the poker room. The app is good it looks fantastic and works very well indeed. It will work on a tablet but NordicBet themselves admit that it was designed for smartphones. The browser version does work well if your device is one that is covered, but once again NordicBet admits that it doesn’t cover all devices yet so it may not work on yours properly. You get all of the functionality of the desktop version in a great package.
The app is guaranteed by Norditbet to have the same security levels as the desktop version so there should be no issues depositing or withdrawing. It does seem that NordicBet is in a constant state of upgrade which is no bad thing but does mean you need to keep on your toes.
The main license for NordicBet is from the Maltese jurisdiction and games for the casino and poker are covered by Alderney. There are no sanctions in either jurisdiction. The big thing with NordicBet is they are trusted by their customers and have a very loyal fan base. There are enough banking methods to give you a choice. Some are country specific there are no charges by NordicBet for depositing or withdrawing. In summary NordicBet may not have the most markets available but they are a very strong and safe bookies with some excellent prices and one of the best live streaming services in the business.