gg.bet esports review

GG.bet Esports Review

Esports enthusiasts and former professional players created GG.bet with Esports fans in mind. It started in 2016 and is partnered with some of the most famous Esports teams. This is a GG.bet Esports review so sit back and relax while we take you through the best and worst parts of this website.

GG.bet has many different exciting new features which you won’t find on many other betting websites. This is because Esports professionals created it for Esports enthusiasts, and when you know what someone likes you tailor your website to that.

While Bet365 created their Esports section to add onto their already established sports gambling website, the creators of GG.bet obviously were (or are gamers). This is immediately obvious when you get on the website.

As previously mentioned, GG.bet was created by Esports enthusiasts and former professional players. Their goal is to create a platform that makes it easy and efficient for people to bet on their favourite Esports.

One of their more innovative projects is the ability for you to support your favourite teams. Let’s say that you’re a big TSM fan and you put £10 on TSM to win the world championships in 2017 (currently at 67/1.) This would net you a profit of £660.

This is great for you, but it’s also great for TSM as GG.bet would pay out 1% of your winnings to TSM. You’re not only supporting TSM by placing a bet on them and shouting at your computer screen anymore. You’re now supporting them indirectly by helping with their finances.

GG.bet Esports Review – Ratings

Games on offer – 5/5 – GG.bet offers odds on practically any game you’d want to bet on. If a new game comes out you can bet your bottom dollar (mind the pun) that they’ll be releasing odds on that game, if the pro scene develops.

Ease of use – 5/5 – The site is very well made. They have a fantastic resource of information on things that will help you when you’re thinking who to bet on.

Customer Service – 5/5 – Their customer service is available 24/7. They have an email address but they also have live chat support. I did a quick test to see what they’re like and they’re human operated support systems. This is very important to any Esports site. They are active on Reddit and other social media platforms to answer complaints.

Deposit Methods – 5/5 – They have 62 different deposit methods. If this isn’t enough for you then you’re probably doing something wrong. Paypal isn’t available right now, but they’re adding it as soon as possible.

Withdrawal Methods/times – 4.5/5 – For an amount that is under $1000 the withdrawal will take less than 2 days. Unfortunately, this isn’t instant so we’ve marked them down accordingly. For amounts greater than $1000 the wait is even longer.

Overall Score – 4.9/5

GG.bet Esports Overview

GG.bet have some fantastic and unique features. Furthermore, they are beginning to pick up sponsors from some of the biggest names in Esports. This will make them an eventual powerhouse of the Esports betting world.

One of the main advantages they have over different companies is the fact that they were created specifically for the new craze of Esports betting. This means that they’re plugged into that world, and as previously mentioned it was actually created by former professionals. This gives them the insider knowledge that is required to create an impressively built website like GG.bet.

Although it’s certainly not the only Esports betting website that was created specifically for this purpose, it’s one of the fastest growing. Their website looks fantastic! They have masses of information on each game and you can certainly tell that the site was created for the Esports enthusiast.

GG.bet Esports Review – Games on offer

This platform has all the games you’d want to bet on. Here is a complete list: Dota 2, Starcraft 2, CS:GO, League of Legends, World of Warcraft, Smite, Call of Duty, Hearthstone, Quake, Heroes of Newerth, Overwatch, Heroes of the Storm, Vainglory, World of Tanks, Halo.

You can fully expect this list to expand when new pro scenes hit the market. As they have such fantastic links with the Esports community they will probably be some of the first to offer new games. For example, Destiny 2 is being released later this year and would soon be a game featured on this GG.bet Esports review.

Although the first Destiny didn’t have much of a pro scene you should expect Destiny 2 to have something to make it competitive enough to have one. This isn’t guaranteed, but if it does begin to form something of a pro scene GG.bet will start to offer odds on it.

GG.bet Esports Review – Platform

As mentioned before, the website is really well made. It has great customer service which is available 24/7. Furthermore, it has a library of information and has a specific section which explains each game in detail and also explains the pro scene of each game. They have bets on Esports games, outright winners, slots and instant games. This means you’ll never be short of things to bet on.

Their instant games are clearly made with gamers in mind. For example, one of their insta-games is called ‘Courier Sweeper’, and it’s a clever take on the old minesweeper games. You play as a donkey who is trying to get back to his master by taking steps on a minefield. Each step will net you either a larger win or it will cause you to lose all your winnings.

Deposit/Withdrawal methods

GG.bet has more deposit methods than you can shake a stick at. They have 62, with the important ones being: Skrill, Netweller, Visa, Mastercard, ecoPayz, WebMoney and Skinpay.

They are missing a few methods such as PayPal. However, after enquiring about this on their customer support, they told me that they were attempting to get Paypal added as a method and would be doing so soon.

Their withdrawal methods are slightly less comprehensive, only offering 13 different methods. This is still a reasonably large amount.

They offer: Visa, mastercard, Skrill, Netweller, ecoPayz, Qiwi, Webmoney amongst others. Their withdrawal times aren’t instant, which may be frustrating for some customers.

GG.bet Esports Review – Special offers

GG.bet offer a number of different special offers. Their most popular one is GOODGAME100. This gives the user of the code a matched deposit up to $100. This will double your first deposit. If you deposit $100, you will instead be playing with $200.

They also have game specific bonus codes. For example this week they have the code ALLIANCETI7. This gives the user the chance to win a few goodies, including a Dragonclaw Hook on Dota 2. It will also give them a $10 matched bet.

GG.bet have come under some fire for their promotional offers. A Reddit post accusing GG.bet of openly scamming unwitting users. In the post a user talked about the fact that you have to win 25x your original bet in order to withdraw any money IF (and only if) you use one of their promotional codes.

This tactic is, however, employed by almost all betting sites and is fair if you think about it. As they are offering you extra money, for free basically. They, therefore, make the hurdles you have to jump through in order to withdraw your money.

To GG.bet’s credit they created a Reddit post detailing the complaint and have tried their absolute best to resolve it. The problem was created because the user used some parts of his real money and some parts of his bonus money to make one single bet.

All winnings were, therefore, converted into bonus money, as per their terms and conditions. This is a common practice for Esports betting websites to do, but we thought it was worth mentioning in this GG.bets Esports review.

These offers will be updating all the time so keep an eye on the ‘news’ section of their website. A good tip is that when a big event is happening or has just finished for your favourite game, go to the GG.bet website’s news section and see if there’s a promotion for you.

With matched bets, bonus deposits and skins all up for grabs, GG.bet is definitely pleasing the Esports community.

Company Information

A company which was only founded in 2016, GG.bet is relatively new to the world of gambling. It is therefore difficult to find masses of information about the company. They are currently registered in Cyprus for gambling.

It has a gambling license, a VAT number and their parent company Invicta Networks is registered in Curacao. They are currently the sponsors or have sponsorship deals with Alliance, Na ‘Vi, Fnatic, NP, Ad Finem, Lumonosity, Team Empire and much more.

GG.bet Esports Review – Summary

Esports professionals and enthusiasts came together to create GG.bet in 2016, and since then they have worked hard to establish themselves. They take their customer service and also their ties with the community very seriously. This is evident in their care for their reputation, probably because they know that a bad reputation in something like Esports is definitely bad for business.

They created an entire Reddit post explaining one customer’s complaint and gave their answers for each complaint. It is very important that you understand each betting sites rules and regulations before you sign up. GG.bet is no exception, and we recommend that before you use one of their promotional codes you check what they actually do.

One glaring hole in their operation is not having possibly the most popular payment platform in the world, PayPal. They have said that they are looking to add this in the future, however. For a sports website to have their own news & such a vast wealth of knowledge is a testament to their roots in the Esports world. This is a definite advantage for GG.bet as it gives users helpful information.

GG.bet is a great, user-friendly website with customer service which is always on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Contributing to Esports teams through their scheme is commendable, and many help some smaller teams with funding. They are an innovative platform and they will always be ready to bring on new professional games and update their library of knowledge should a new pro scene begin to emerge. This concludes our GG.bet Esports review.

 

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Hamish Davison
Hamish is an English writer from the North of England from a region called Yorkshire. He has been a gamer his entire life and he follows Esports religiously. He's an expert on all things Esport related but in particular, his passion is for League of Legends and CS:GO.