RealDealBet was launched in 2015 and this operator offers sports betting and casino gaming to punters from the UK. The company behind has plenty of years of experience in the industry and when they decided to launch this online bookmaker they teamed up with Evander Holyfield, one of the most successful heavyweight fighters and a 5-time World Champion.
The name and reputation of Holyfield definitely helped with the promotion of the bookmaker, and the fact that the management team has been running online betting sites in multiple jurisdictions allowed RealDealBet to quickly establish itself as one of the most viable options for every UK punter.
The website features a pretty minimalist design, the background is black, nothing too flashy, just plain old menus and bars and that’s something that enables visitors to navigate through the website easily. The betting odds can be shown as decimal, fractional or American (moneyline).
RealDealBet is a mobile-optimised mobile bookmaker, compatible with most mobile devices. All that you need to do in order to be able to place wagers and make payments from your smartphone or tablet is to open the website in your mobile browser and then log in using your existing data, or signup for a new account, if you aren’t already registered.
RealDealBet offers an enhanced acca bonus and this bonus offer covers every sport that is featured on the website, so it doesn’t matter whether your acca bet is consisted of football selections, boxing selections, or a combination of multiple sports, you will still get a bonus, based on the number of selections. The more selections you add to your bet, the higher the bonus percentage will be.
The offer applies to bets consisted of 5 or more selections and each selection has to be at odds of at least 1/2. If you place a 5-fold acca and your bet wins you will get a 10% bonus, with 7 selections you will get a 15% bonus, the percentage for 8 and 9 selections is 20% and 25% respectively. The percentage grows by 5 percent points per selection until it reaches 60% for 16 selections. If you request a cashout, then your bet will not be eligible for the enhanced odds bonus.
In addition to the enhanced bonus offer, RealDealBet may offer additional promotions including free bet bonuses, no deposit bonuses and other promotions that may apply on all or some of the offered sports.
One thing that separates RealDealBet from a lot of rival online bookmakers is the range of sports that are offered here. Namely, at RealDealBet you will find over 30 different sports displayed in the sports menu. It is possible to bet live, after an even has already began, as well as before kick-off, which is known as pre-match betting. By selecting ‘Today’s Events’ you will only see the events that take place on the given day.
When it comes to sports, while most punters like to bet on football, horseracing, tennis, boxing and few other very popular sports, at RealDealBet you may also place wagers on table tennis, surfing, trotting and other less popular games. In addition, eSports betting is also offered.
The betting offer at RealDealBet isn’t limited exclusively to sports. Under the ‘Specials’ category, you will find a lot of markets that are linked to other events, like politics, TV shows, popularity contests, etc. You can bet on the next Prime Minister of the UK, on the next US President, or the next winner of the BBC Personality of the Year award, it’s totally up to you.
As for football betting, RealDealBet covers more than 50 different countries, plus international competitions and events. And it’s not only the top leagues that are covered, for example if you wish to bet on English football, you can bet on the Premiership, but also on the lower divisions, including the Northern and the Southern League and even Super League Women.
For popular football matches, like Premier League clashes, there are over 100 markets divided into several categories, including main markets, goals, cards, corners, players and specials. You can bet which team will get the first yellow card, whether there will be a red card, which player will score the first goal, the last goal, or whether he would score a goal at all. You may even bet whether a player will score a penalty, or miss a penalty and plenty of other options.
This bookmaker accepts several payment options, including credit and debit cards, as well as popular online payment methods like PayPal, Skrill, Neteller, ecoPayz, but it is also possible to pay using a Paysafecard or via bank transfer. The minimum deposit amount is £5 for most methods, but if you are making a deposit via bank transfer, Neteller or ecoPayz you will have to deposit at least £10.
All deposits are processed immediately, which means that you will be able to start making wagers right away, expect in the case when you deposit via bank transfer in which case the payment will be processed within a day or two. RealDealBet doesn’t charge any deposit fees, so you will be able to wager the full amount that you have deposited, but if you deposit via bank account, you should check if your bank is going to charge you a fee or not.
Credit and debit cards, Neteller, Skrill, PayPal, ecoPayz and bank transfer are the accepted withdrawal methods at RealDealBet. The operator doesn’t charge any withdrawal fees and in most cases the withdrawal requests will be processed within two days, or at most up to 3 working days.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £10 (£5 if you’re using Skrill, £25 for bank transfer withdrawals). Before your first withdrawal can be processed, the bookmaker will have to verify your identity, so you’ll need to provide relevant identification documents that will be requested by RealDealBet.
You can contact RealDealBet at any time, during any day of the year, as their customer support team is active 24/7. Support is provided via email and over the phone. Live chat is also offered. The staff responds to every email within 24 hours and if you chose phone support, you can just give them a ring and they’ll call you back.
Blue Star Planet Limited, the company which is in charge of RealDealBet is based in Malta, but even though the company is registered with the Maltese authorities, it is licenced by the UK Gambling Commission, which means that it is legally permitted to offer its services in the UK.