Leonbets Sportsbook is not a name that would immediately spring into punters’ consciousness when thinking of online betting companies.
Operating out of Belize and with a Kahnawake Gaming Commission licence (a Mohawk reservation outside of Quebec, Canada), they aren’t your conventional firm.
Leonbets offer a sportsbook, casino and games and have been online since 2007.
We take a look to see what their sportsbook is like and how their services stack up against the abundant competition.
The first negative is that the website uses a address.
Whilst this is not the end of the world, most reputable companies typically use a to add a professional feel about their service.
As for the site, there is no landing page – straight into the sportsbook as a default, with access to the casino and games at the top of the screen.
A black, red and white theme is adopted, with smatterings of yellow.
The design is somewhat outdated – with a narrow main page, listing the sports down the left hand side of the page, the live bets coming up in the centre and the bet slip on the right hand side.
The sub markets of each sport are not divided by country, but by league and country – giving a longer, but less organised list.
Leonbets Sportsbook does have a mobile website which is activated automatically when visiting their regular address from a mobile device.
A list of live games across different sports are presented in the centre of the page, and users can scroll down to the bottom to access all of their account options and view the odds sport by sport.