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Reasons to Play

  • Very user-friendly site with great performance
  • Plenty of betting markets and competitive odds
  • Access to a great casino and poker room
  • Brilliant on desktop and mobile alike

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    ComeOn Sports Review

    Despite being one of the newer names on the pile, ComeOn Sports has nonetheless done a pretty good job building a solid reputation for itself.  Having gone into business in 2014, they’ve become nothing less than a household name in Scandinavia, though are yet to achieve quite the same fame in the UK. And with the way things are going, there’s a good enough chance they’ll do exactly that soon enough. But given the strength and extent of the competition, what is it about ComeOn Sports that makes it a potential winner in the making? Read on and Casino Papa will share all!


    Quite often, separating one sportsbook from another turns out to be rather tricky.  Most offer decent odds, it’s rare to come across a provider that doesn’t cover plenty of markets and standards by way of website quality are improving all the time. Which is precisely why so many brands find themselves fading into the background. As for the guys behind ComeOn Sports, they’ve put together what at first glance appears to be a pretty awesome sportsbook, casino, live casino and poker room – all in one tidy package. But how do things perform when put to the test?


    Contact Information

    • Live Chat
    • Registered Office
      EForth Mansions, Ground Floor & 1st Floor,
      Ta’ Xbiex Sea Front, Ta’ Xbiex, XBX 1027, Malta.
    • Casino Name: ComeOn Sports

    Site Summary

    Well, the first thing that strikes you when hitting the homepage is the slickness of the whole thing. It’s not that there’s anything here you haven’t seen before, but you’d have to be extremely critical to fault anything about the layout or navigation system. Sports are listed A-Z, the most popular bets take pride of place in the centre and we particularly liked the amusing Twitter feed to the right. The reason being that this gives you the impression that they’re out to entertain, rather than simply push their offers and services.

    In terms of betting markets, it’s once again the same story of breaking no moulds, but at the same time covering all bases. At the time of our review, the full A-Z list included American football, Australian rules football, badminton, baseball, basketball, boxing & wrestling, cricket, cycling, darts, e-sports, football, golf, handball, hockey, horse racing, ice hockey, motor racing (F1, Moto GP, motorbikes and others), netball, pool, rugby, snooker, speedway, surfing, table tennis, tennis, winter sports and volleyball.  There are also plenty of novelty bets available throughout the year, which vary in accordance with the country you play from.

    Odds are available in fractional and decimal formats to suit punters far and wide, while the actual odds themselves seem to be right up there with the best of them. It’s rare to find ComeOn Sports towering over the competition where bigger events and fixtures are concerned, but nor do they lag behind in terms of value for money. One thing we do like about ComeOn Sports however is how the minimum bet is set at just 40p, while right from the start the maximum daily withdrawal is set at a lofty £100,000.

    Given their relatively short duration on the market, ComeOn Sports has put together a pretty impressive live betting facility. It’s by far one of the simplest consoles we’ve come across, making it ideal for those new to the idea and looking to get stuck into the action. Available in 5 languages and very well presented, there may not be quite as many live betting markets as you’d find elsewhere, but it’s a joy to work with. Unfortunately, live streaming isn’t currently available in any way, shape or form at ComeOn Sports, which is a bit of a shame. Or at least, it’s a shame if it’s live steaming you’re interested in…otherwise no biggie.

    By contrast, those more interested in mobile sports betting will be in their element with ComeOn Sports. We gave the app a good going over on Android and iOS devices alike and found it to be a little firecracker. Admittedly, the banking element of the mobile app isn’t great, but it’s more than made up for by the awesome ‘News’ section and how easy it makes it in general to dive head-first into the action.

    Last up, while the customer care team at ComeOnSports offers highly impressive service, limited support hours that end at 9pm or 9:30pm every day aren’t ideal. And for that matter, neither is the glaring lack of any customer service telephone number, which is a bit of a shame.

    Best Features

    The simplicity of the platform at ComeOn Sports makes it an absolute winner and certainly recommended status for newcomers. In addition, the mobile app is one of the best we’ve come across – if you can see beyond the slightly limited banking and betting history functions.


    All in all, opening an account with ComeOn Sports comes highly recommended. Not only is the sportsbook a real winner, but so too are the other online assets you’ll gain access to as standard. Great odds, plenty of betting markets and good in-play betting. It’s just a shame things are let down in customer service stakes…at least in terms of contact methods and operational hours.

    Terms & Conditions


    • No live streaming whatsoever
    • No live chat
    • No contact telephone number


    • A very user-friendly site with smooth navigation
    • Access to various gaming services with one account
    • Solid range of betting markets with great odds
    • Excellent mobile app
    • Low 40p minimum bet
    • High £100,000 withdrawal limit