Comeon! are relative newcomers to the gambling world but already they’ve done enough to convince us they are worth watching. They are openly and resolutely modern, light-hearted and fun and we expect them to expand consistently in the coming years.
They are based in Malta but are very much British/UK-facing and have been in business since 2010. Their focus is on keeping things simple, easy to understand and fair – and who can with that? At present they offer poker and casino products and, of course, a sportsbook but we would expect the introductions of a mobile version, a games suite and perhaps a live casino as the company grows.
Odds & Markets
ComeOn have sprung onto the scene over the last couple of years and it’s been exciting to see a ‘lesser’ brand make heads turn in what’s an otherwise saturated marketplace. The site isn’t as big as the likes of bet365 and Coral, but they have managed to wedge themselves just below them, mainly by offering competitive prices for the sports that they do have on offer. What you will find from ComeOn is that the odds that are on offer will likely beat the majority in the industry. They are certainly better than any bookmaker that has appeared over the last 2-3 years in terms of pricing, with this making them an obvious choice for people looking for a new bookmaker.
The market coverage is where ComeOn struggle a little and whilst football is well covered, other sports have suffered as a result. We cant really grumble too much, due to the fact they have only been around for a couple of years, but it’s almost definitely an are where they need to improve. Whilst you’re going to be able to find a good number of sports, you will likely see that these sports don’t hold a great number of matches and in turn, markets.
Again, as relative newcomers to the game they are focussing heavily on the core product and we can’t blame them for that. Comeon! are right to make sure their website functions well and looks good (it does on both counts) and that their odds and markets are in order (again, tick!) before trying to add too many fancy extras. For those accustomed to the really big players in the industry the site may appear a little bare but, as said, we would expect them to expand relatively quickly as they grow in the market.
At present they offer a limited but growing range of live, in-play betting options and those have a reasonable range of markets and good statistical support alongside them. Whilst no events are available for live streaming they do offer live scores, stats and results. Customer service is available 24/7 via live chat and other methods and their staff are among the most knowledgeable we have dealt with, rarely having to check or delay before providing an answer.
All in all Comeon! shows good promise and with plenty of free bets available they are worth joining now and hopefully reaping the rewards as they grow and introduce more ongoing bonuses and promotions.
In Play Betting
The in play betting section is fairly well stocked, but it doesn’t match some of the bigger players in the industry. The company rely heavily on football betting and with this you are going to get a pretty good range of markets to bet on. To give you some idea of the coverage, at the time of writing bet365 were offering 75 in play football matches, whilst ComeOn were lagging somewhat with 40. We realise that isn’t exactly scientific, but it should give some indication at least of the depth of their in play betting section.
Football Jackpot: Footcast
At ComeOn you are going to be able to play their football jackpot game, Footcast. The aim of the game is pretty simple, just choose the correct result from a number of listed matches on the betting slip provided and you will be in with a chance of winning. The more you get correct, the higher the prize.
The prizes will range depending on how many people have entered for that week and also if there is any jackpot carry over from the previous week. You will need to get all 10 selections correct to win the jack and 9 to be in with a shout for the consolation prize.
Every time that you place a bet at ComeOn you will be able to redeem loyalty points. You will earn 1 point for every €10 staked at the sportsbook then you will be able to claim your prize from the shop when you have accumulated enough points. Prizes range from free spins at the casino, reload bonuses, free bets and free bonuses.
ComeOn have an excellent statistics section powered by E-Net Scores which includes a plethora of sports to gain stats from. The section is pretty much jam packed with football statistics and this is most definitely the best sport to be using this section for.
ComeOn have been one of the fastest growing bookmakers over the last few years and have been widely tipped as the bookmaker to watch moving forward. They have only been in operation since 2010 making the company relatively young still, but the progress they have managed to make in this timeframe has been impressive, to say the least.
ComeOn are based out of Malta and it’s here where they hold their gaming license. But, they also hold a license with the UK Gambling Commission, allowing them to trade in a number of countries around the world.
The brand is owned by Co-Gaming LTD who own a number of sportsbooks and casinos including Mobibet Casino, Get Lucky Casino and Casinostugan. All of these brands have seen great growth over the last couple of years, which comes a little surprise when you see how far ComeOn have come.
The site is best known for their ability to offer up a huge range of sports and markets to bet on, without compromising the quality of the bookmaker. As a smaller bookmaker, you will always get comprise along the way, but groups first real venture into sports betting has definitely been a successful one. In fact, this was highlighted in 2015 when the company actually closed their doors for a few months to undergo some major upgrades with the bookmaker. Whilst it would have been possible to simply work over what they already had, testament must go to Co-Gaming LTD for simply shutting up shop on what they felt was a substandard product and reopening with a fresh approach at the start of 2016.