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Tempobet, founded in 2007, is a Turkish online betting operator which offers sportsbook, casino and games to punters.

They are owned by London-based Tempo Gaming LTD, which is based London, while the online bookmaker themselves are based in Malta with a licence in Curacao.

Despite their relatively recent involvement in the betting industry, Tempobet have managed to build up a large and loyal customer base, particularly in Turkey and the surrounding areas in Eastern Europe, with strong communities in countries such as Serbia and Croatia.

This is down to their focus on sports which are very popular in those areas which include football, basketball and handball.

One thing to take note of about Tempobet is how ambitious they are as a bookmaker. They have made a big play on their branding in trying to get their image across to a global audience within the sports world.

In 2016, Tempobet became the official kit sponsor of Burton Albion, who ply their trade in the English Championship, which is one of the most viewed football leagues in the world. They also agreed a deal with another Championship club in the form of Preston North End to become their main shirt sponsor for the 2017/18 season.

Branding has become a key focus for the company and their image was further enhanced when they signed up former Brazil international Roberto Carlos to become a brand ambassador.

It is something that they continue to look to expand and as a result, they are now the official betting partner of Manchester City, an official partner of Middlesbrough and an advertising sponsor in La Liga for both Real Madrid and Barcelona.

In addition to these, Tempobet has also ventured outside of football via a partnership with Euroleague Basketball to become their official national sponsor.

Alongside the host of sponsorship deals, Tempobet have also looked to appeal to a younger betting demographic with a focus on using social media to draw in new punters. It operates the expected channels of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, just like most other betting sites, but it also has taken to Pinterest and even Instagram to try and catch the attention of more technology savvy bettors.

However, looking at their following on social media, it falls well short of more established bookmakers like Paddy Power and Coral, but that isn’t a surprise given how relatively new Tempobet is in this market place.

With so much competition, Tempobet have made a big deal about trying to make their brand more visible, but there is a glaring flaw in their plan. The fact that they are unavailable to certain countries such as the USA is a real issue, as they are missing out on a huge potential customer base and that plays a part as to why they are falling short of their rivals.

Pros & Cons of Tempobet

Pros

  • Extensive range of markets with a decent depth on a variety of sports, especially football.
  • Comprehensive database of stats and form on all the sports that are available to bet on the site.
  • Plenty of options for deposits and withdrawals.

Cons

  • No bonuses or welcome offers for new customers.
  • No live streaming on any events on the site and a lack of content to provide punters with added insight on different sports.
  • Absence of casino and poker facilities on the site.
  • No app for mobile or tablet devices.
  • Limited options for customers to use to get in contact with the customer service team.

Reasons to Join Tempobet

  • There is a decent choice of markets to bet on, both on outrights and in-play, especially for feature sports such as football and tennis
  • Impressive range of stats and form on offer, with plenty of detail on both teams and players on a variety of different sports
  • Tempobet offer a strong list of banking options for both deposits and withdrawals

Tempobet Overall

There is no doubting the ambition of Tempobet as a bookmaker who wants to make a big impact in the online betting scene.

It is reflected in their partnerships with several football teams and well-known football personalities.

However, it seems they have spent more time on trying to enhance the visibility of their brand than on the product that they currently offer to customers.

The site is functional and works well, but there is nothing that makes it stand out.

A lack of bonuses, live streaming and an app mean that Tempobet have an awful long way to go before they can even be remotely considered as a serious alternative to the likes of bet365 and Ladbrokes.

With so many betting sites to choose from, Tempobet simply don’t offer enough to make punters want to bet with them.

User Interface at Tempobet

First impressions of the Tempobet website aren’t that great as the main landing page is dominated by images of which sports teams the company sponsors. In terms of immediately catching a punters attention, you want to see offers and the latest betting available rather than sports teams representing Tempobet.

Looking beyond that, the centre of the page has a toolbar which has live betting and sports, and these take you to a rather basic sportsbook.

Tempobet’s layout for their site makes it not the easiest to navigate, with the page feeling rather slow to use while the options available are not clearly marked out, so it takes a while to find what you are looking for.

The list of the 21 different sports that you can bet on can be found down the left-hand side of the page, with the sub-markets listed by country and then the individual league.

One feature that does improve the page is the ‘Bet Search’ bar, which allows users to find their market/team/event much quicker than scrolling through the listed sports icons.

In the centre of the page, there are the betting highlights with the feature sports events of the day as well as the latest in-play events to bet on.

Betting Markets with Tempobet

Tempobet is all about sports betting so if it is casino or poker that you are looking for, there are much better alternatives out there.

The sportsbook on offer is comprehensive in terms of the variety of different markets that they provide, though it can be said that other sportsbooks do offer a larger list of sports to bet on.

As expected, football dominates the Tempobet console, with odds available for games for 37 countries from around the world. The depth of the leagues is impressive, with odds for top matches including Champions League games to as low as the Evo-Stik Northern Premier division.

With Tempobet so popular in Eastern Europe, it is also no surprise to see a big push for sports such as basketball, where we see extensive betting for NBA games as well as matches from Brazil, France and even South Korea.

However, other sports are lacking in depth, especially with horse racing where unfortunately the action is only virtual.

Tempobet Bonuses and Promos

The biggest negative with Tempobet has to be the lack of a sign-up bonus to newly registered customers.

One of the key ways for a betting site to differentiate itself from its competitors is by incentivising potential punters with offers and bonuses to join and bet on the site.

To not have anything on offer is major flaw on their behalf and therefore means it is difficult to compete against similar sized bookmakers.

Tempobet Content

In terms of the media content on offer, Tempobet is once again lagging behind.

There is no live streaming available on any sporting events which reduces the appeal to bet in-play with them.

Alongside that, there is also no sign of any previews, whether that is video or written content, to help engage with customers and provide them with added insight on the events they are looking to bet on.

Tempobet In-Play Betting

Tempobet claims that it offers one of the most comprehensive live betting services.

That claim can be questioned, especially with the lack of live streaming, meaning punters are unable to watch and bet on events at the same time on their site.

In terms of what there is on offer, it is a functional platform that delivers live scores and statistics but the layout is a bit bland and fails to capture the excitement of in-play betting. There are graphics which provide a visual representation of how an event is going, but the overall presentation isn’t as polished as other betting sites.

One of the positives with in-play betting on Tempobet is the ‘Live Multiview’ tab where users can select multiple matches to view on the main menu, which is perfect for in-play betting.

It gives punters the control to choose which games they want to see, with the latest in-play odds and stats all in one place.

The in-play markets, especially football, have a huge variation and a real depth to them with extensive betting options for goals, corners, cards and handicaps.

There is plenty to get involved betting wise, but the general presentation and poor delivery of it means that Tempobet struggle to stand out from the crowd.

Stats & Form with Tempobet

One way in which Tempobet can make amends is through their extensive statistics section.

This area covers all of the sports that are available to bet on their website and it allows customers to look at recent form, head-to-heads, fixtures and much more.

The level of detail really is very impressive, with player profiles included to help punters make more informed betting decisions.

Banking with Tempobet

Tempobet offer plenty of options when it comes to payments and withdrawals. They include Bank Transfer, Credit Card, Debit Card, Skrill, Speedcard, Ukash and Western Union.

The minimum deposit amount is £5 while there is no fee for withdrawals, which generally take two to three working days to be processed.

Customer Satisfaction with Tempobet

When it comes to customer satisfaction, Tempobet haven’t had any glaring issues. However, there are a number of points with their customer service facilities that could be improved.

The current options on offer for customers who need to contact them are a contact form on the site or via email. Most established betting sites offer a live chat service and contact over the phone, so with that in mind, Tempobet do seem to be trailing far behind their rivals.

There is an FAQ section on the site to deal with simple queries but even that is pretty basic.

Customers these days expect more options to help them with any queries or issues that they have with a betting site. Providing a contact form and an email address really doesn’t cut it anymore.

Tempobet’s Mobile App

Another problem with from Tempobet is the complete absence of a mobile app, which is a mainstay for many punters who want to bet in-play.

Customers can access the site over the internet on a phone or tablet, but Tempobet are missing a trick in failing to have a purpose-built app.

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Written by Tom Scholes

Tom Scholes is a huge sports fan with football and baseball his main passions. He follows football in England, France, Italy and the USA and when he’s not busy writing, Tom is usually making short documentaries or teaching music and history.

Our Opinions of Tempobet

Tempobet is strong on marketing and sponsorship but its offerings need to match their push for visibility. It lacks the welcome offers and bonuses to draw in punters eager for a new sportsbook.

  1. Basic and easy to navigate sportsbook
  2. No welcome offers or promotions offered to new or existing punters
  3. Comprehensive (not always deep) range of markets

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