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- Neteller/Skrill Disqualified from Welcome Bonus
LeoVegas is a Swedish company with a large presence in the United Kingdom. You might remember their old adverts featuring a lion-headed man and Johnny Vegas. Vegas is a very funny man who seems to work really well with animal sidekicks. He also has the same name (shockingly, and embarrassingly, that literally only just occurred to me), making him the perfect fit.
LeoVegas Sport has one of the most generous welcome bonuses around right now. But it’s not as straightforward as you might expect or hope.
It comes in the form of a 100% profit boost, with a cap of £100.
Stake your claim to this bonus by depositing at least £10 and then wagering it on your chosen bet. The bet must be in-play, and if you win, it will be boosted 100%.
You have 7 days to place your bet and you won’t qualify if you deposit using Skrill or Neteller.
Check the full terms and conditions to learn more about this offer.
Like many sportsbooks these days, LeoVegas has Bet Boosts, known as LeoBoosts. They combine different wagers to create boosted multiples. The odds on these are better than the odds you’ll get from creating the bet yourself.
It also has free bet offers, reload promotions, accumulator refunds, and additional bet boosts. It’s definitely not shy when it comes to loyalty promotions.
If you want more bonuses, just stop depositing, and make sure you have signed up for the newsletter. You’ll likely get a reload bonus offer within a few weeks.
Software and Betting Options
I am not a big fan of the LeoVegas sportsbook layout. I never liked it when I first joined and I still don’t like it now.
Firstly, it doesn’t work very well when the window size is changed. When I review, I use dual-screen mode, keeping the site on one side and the document on the other. When I use the site as an actual player, I often have several windows open and resized. Usually, it’s not a problem, but LeoVegas doesn’t seem to respond well to window changes, at least not for me.
It means I’m constantly having to scroll horizontally and vertically and it never feels intuitive.
The mobile software is much better though, and you also won’t have an issue if you’re using full-screen mode on desktop.
As far as the actual betting markets are concerned, LeoVegas has a great selection for football, rugby, cricket, snooker, and other major sports. The layout is fairly clean and not too busy, so it’s beginner friendly and will also suit players who are deterred by the busy interfaces of sites like Betfair and bet365.
There are some good live betting options and you can cash out, although the cash out feature seems to be inactive more times than it’s active.
LeoVegas also includes combo bets. They bundle different wagers from the day and let you bet with a single click. It’s similar to a feature you can find on Betfair and a few other top sportsbooks.
You’ll also find some decent outright bets here. I used LeoVegas during the 2022 World Cup, for instance, as it was one of the only ones offering bets on the “Top 3” and “Top 4”.
Deposits and Withdrawals
LeoVegas accepts deposits and withdrawals of as little as £10 and you can use debit cards (Visa and MasterCard) and web wallets (PayPal, Skrill, Neteller) to process them.
Payments are usually not instant in my experience, but they’re still pretty quick. PayPal withdrawals are typically processed within 12 hours, but you’ll need to wait a few days for debit cards.
There are deposit limits if you need them and the support team is always helpful should you have an issue.
Verdict: LeoVegas Review
LeoVegas is probably best known for its casino, but the sportsbook is more than just an afterthought. It’s not as expansive or as dedicated as bet365 or Betfair, and it lacks the features and abundance of streams you can get on these sites. However, it has very competitive odds, some great Bet Boosts, and multiple different payment options.
The software is my biggest gripe with this site. It might sound like a minor issue, but if you keep getting frustrated with a site, it’s not enjoyable to use and you’ll gravitate toward the alternatives.
The minimum withdrawal you can make through the LeoVegas cashier is £10. However, if you want to withdraw less, just contact the customer support team and they’ll help you.
This option is not there to be used every single time you need to make a withdrawal. It’s mainly just for when you want to leave the site but don’t have enough funds to clear the minimum withdrawal amount.
Yes, if you have a sportsbook account then you can also access the casino. You can use the same funds to bet on both of these sections but the bonuses you collect are often limited to just one section.
Yes. Both of these methods can be used on LeoVegas. However, you won’t qualify for the welcome bonus if you use them to make your first deposit.
Yes, LeoVegas accepts PayPal. It doesn’t seem to exclude this payment method from the welcome bonus like it does with Skrill and Neteller. However, that can change, so make sure you check the terms and conditions before you deposit.