The motto of one of the most popular names in on-line betting Sky Bet is as follows “it matters more when there is money on it”. Tough they primarily focus on sport betting online, Sky Bet Mobile site offers users to place their bets through TV over the telephone and mobile devices. Starting with Sky Bet betting mobile is quite easy and painless: you have to create a free account by use of a computer or a mobile gadget, register debit or credit card or an electronic wallet. After that you will get a chance to place bets on more than 750 football games, 550 horse-races and more than 20,000 different individual markets!
Sky Bet mobile site for betting online
Sky Bet Mobile sport has recently updated the design of its mobile sport betting platform. They added mobile versions of Sky-Vegas and Sky-Bingo. Now they are available from iOS and Android devices. Applications for iOS devices are traditionally available on the Apple AppStore, but, if you use Android device you need to go to skybet.com from your Android browser, since gambling applications are not accepted in Google Play. Using new Sky Bet mobile site and applications you will watch British horse-races on the mobile device, but to do this you have to pace a bet at least £1. When you want to place an accumulator bet Sky Bet Mobile Sport makes it easier with special mobile coupons.
Sky Bet Mobile Sport bonuses
Like most other betting sites, a welcome offer for new Sky Bet players is regularly changed. Today Sky Bet is ready to give new users a free matched bet on first bet up to £30. But there is icing on the cake which means that the players get a chance cash in with a free bet of £5 every week only after they have placed a £5 accumulator bet. Your free bet is automatically transferred to your account next week after placing your qualifying accumulator-bet.
Sky Bet mobile site is very fast, perfectly-made and very easy to use, so placing your bets becomes a pleasure. At the homepage you will easily find all of Sky Bet main betting options, or start searching through their alphabetic list of events.