Yes, is the simple answer to that question. There really is no shortage of sports covered by Volt. You can have a bet on mainstream sports like American Football, Badminton, Baseball, Boxing, Cricket, Darts, Gaelic Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Motor Racing, Rugby Union Soccer, and Tennis.
As well as the mainstream sports, you can also have a wager on sports like Table Tennis, Water Polo, Weightlifting, Greco-Roman Wrestling, Futsal, but to name a few. It is one of the most extensive lists of sports betting with a bookmaker that I have ever seen. A definite thumbs up.
Placing a bet with Volt Sports is in general like with most other bookmakers. Your betting slip is in the top right hand corner of the website, and is fairly straightforward and easy to use.
There are also plenty of options. You get the classic view to place a bet, which is just a simple case of seeing all the main betting markets, and then just clicking on your required bet, and opening the betslip.
Then there is the modern view, and the combo version. The modern view sees a funky little page open with all the main markets on there. If it is an in-play football match for example, you will also see the live action screen telling you what's happening in the match.
The Volt Sports live betting experience is a decent one. If you are betting on football, you get the live action gizmo showing you where the ball is, or if there is a free kick, or a corner, etc. There are also plenty of stats for you too chew over in-play, including amount of shots off target, shots on target, etc.
There is also a column down the left hand side that has little sports icons for you to click on. Using this menu you can create your own live multi view in the centre column of the website. You have the option to click on the live sport you want, ie, you can select a live football match, and drag it into the centre of the website.
You can then do that with a live tennis match (for example) going on at the same time, this allows you to follow all the live events you have an interest in, all on the one page. Ideal if you are planning on having a few bets at the same time, and wish to follow them all without having to jump from screen to screen.
Unfortunately there is no app to download at the moment, but our review of Volt Sports betting found that the mobile experience is a good one in general. There is easy to navigate Pre-Match and Live In-Play tabs at the top of your mobile screen, allowing you to quickly get to which type of bet it is you are looking to place.
When you click on Pre-Match tab, you get all the sports icons across the top half of your screen, which you can easily slide along until you get to your chosen sport.
It's the same with the live-in-play tab, except you then get two other options, either All (events) or With Video (in-play you can watch live).
In general, I would say that I found using the mobile site, a better experience than the desktop one.
There is an excellent Volt Sports live chat option, which is available on both desktop and mobile, 24 hours a day. On the desktop, you will clearly see the little speech bubble at the bottom of the screen, simply click on that, fill out the form (language, name, and email address) and start your live chat.
On your mobile device, you will need to click on the menu icon to bring up the live chat speech bubble. As well as the live chat, there is also email support. You can phone up as well if you have any issues that need resolving.
Volt Sports is operated by the Fair Play Bet Limited (FPBL) company. FPBL have been in operation since 2010, and they also own VegasPlay Casino and Diamond World Casino. Showing they have plenty of experience in operating at the highest level.
Their head office in is Birkirkara, Malta, and they are regulated and licensed in both Malta, and United Kingdom.
Our review has found that Volt Sports seem to take online betting and gaming very seriously. They have links to the gambling aware websites, Be Gamble Aware and GamStop.
Volt Sports are also keen to promote their affiliation to the gaming authorities. They have two licences with the Malta Gaming Authority. One issued on 13th of January 2017, and the second on the 28th of March 2017.
While in the UK, they are affiliated to the UK Gambling Commission. With their latest UK licence issued on 15th of January 2018. This enables you to play with more confidence.
Not too bad is my view. There is no App, but I wouldn't let that bother me too much, as their mobile site is more than adequate. Issues of concern are the lack of sign up bonus on the sportsbook, and the apparent lack of offers for existing customers.
I always find it concerning when a sportsbook doesn't have anything for existing customers. In the UK there is a massive emphasis on this, and if you like betting on horse racing, or football, I believe it to be madness to not be using a bookmaker that gives you your money back (even as a free bet) if your horse falls, or finishes second, etc. Those offers are everywhere - except with Volt Sports.
On the positive side, yes, they are a casino running a sportsbook, but they look to have all the tools available to be a success in the long run. Market wise, they have plenty of options, and sports coverage wise, they cover no end of sports.
Thank you for taking the time to read our Volt Sports betting review. We really hope you have found it helpful and insightful.
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