Once you have downloaded the app, there are over 15 major sports available to bet on. BetBull sports listings aren’t as comprehensive as some other bookmakers but they do have markets for; American football, Aussie Rules, Basketball, Boxing, Cricket, Darts, Dota 2, Football, Formula 1, Futsal, Handball, Ice Hockey, MMA, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Tennis, Volleyball.
In terms of BetBull football markets, there are a decent amount of leagues and competitions listed, but other than scrolling down the page to see upcoming matches there is no way to filter by country or see a comprehensive list of competitions.
When on the football tab of the app, users are shown some popular matches in some of the bigger leagues first. This makes sense, as these are the matches most people will be looking to bet on. Coupons are a good way to filter matches, and the coupons offered here are; Match Result, Goals Over/Under, Asian Handicap, Double Chance, Draw No Bet, Both Teams to Score and Outrights.
There is also the option of selecting an in-play slider at the top right of the app. Once clicked, all of the ongoing matches are shown with live odds available.
At the time of writing, no horse racing markets are offered.
The app has a large focus on football accumulators, and the odds are competitive. Users can increase their loyalty score by betting more, to then receive Betbull odds boosts and service upgrades.
Having the option to cash out is extremely important for online bettors. It can be used to take profits early if in a winning position, or gain back some of the stake if the bet looks like it will lose.
To cash out a bet in the app, simply go to your bet centre, select the bet you want to cash out then tap the cash out button. When cash out is available, the market will have a green logo with the words ‘Cash Out’ next to it.
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