JA Bet sister sites
JA Bet has no active sister sites. JA Bet sister sites are operated by JA Sportsbook Limited, licence number 38598 which operates 1 sister sites in total.
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JA Bet sister sites 2023
JA Bet is the only betting site owned and operated by JA Sportsbook Limited. As such, we don’t have any JA Bet sister sites to show you here. We’ve made some suggestions about alternative JA Bet sister sites, though, and you’ll find them at the top of this page.
JA Bet Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||1|
|Best Sister Sites||See sites like above|
|Owner/Operator||JA Sportsbook Limited: JA Sportsbook Limited, 2nd Floor Bedford House, 125-133 Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JR, United Kingdom|
|Sister sites status||1 Active, 0 White Labels and 0 Inactive sister sites. 1 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 38598|
|Support Email||[email protected]|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
JA Bet operator – JA Sportsbook Limited
We wish good luck to anybody who goes looking for information about JA Sportbook Limited as a business – there’s almost nothing to find. The company exists only to operate JA Bet, so the line between the website and the operator is very thin. As we’ve already covered in detail by this point, there’s not exactly a huge amount of information available on the website. JA Sportsbook Limited doesn’t have a business website and doesn’t give anything away about the corporate side of its business on its social media accounts. The company is, to all intents and purposes, unknowable. Even with all that being said, though, there are still some snippets of information we’ve been able to find about it.
We know, for example, that JA Sportsbook Limited is based in Bedford House on Camden High Street in London. We also know that the business was founded in 2014, with Aron White and Jonathan Gale listed as the primary directors and a company called Jgaw Holdings Limited holding one hundred per cent of its shares. The eagle-eyed among you will spot that “Jgaw” is the initials of Jonathan Gale and Aron White. According to the most recent figures available, which we have no means of independently verifying, we believe that turnover for JA Sportsbook Limited is just under one million pounds per year. If that’s right, it means that the slice of the sports betting pie that JA Bet occupies isn’t a large one. That doesn’t really come as a surprise, though – with a style and business model of the kind that JA Bet uses, it’s never likely to appeal to the average sports bettor in the street. We suspect that it’s functioning entirely as it was intended to.
JA Bet review
JA Bet Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
JA Bet is not, in the traditional sense of the word, a casino site or an iGaming site. It’s a sports betting exchange, and it’s one of the most business-like that you’re ever likely to see. JA Bet has the most simple design of any betting site you’re likely to see in the 2020s and is delivered with absolutely no frills whatsoever. That means there isn’t a hint of promotion to be found anywhere. JA Bet doesn’t believe in red-carpet welcomes. This is a site for people who are very serious about betting on sports and neither want nor need to be welcomed into a new site with shiny bonuses or eye-catching perks. Some people will find that bland, whereas others will be glad of the lack of distractions.
Based on what we said above, you’d be entitled to think that it’s a foregone conclusion that there won’t be any “other” promotions at JA Bet – and you’d be absolutely right. It doesn’t welcome in new players with bonuses, and it doesn’t incentivise players to stick around for promotions or loyalty rewards either. Players who stick around at JA Bet do so because they think it has the best sports betting exchange for backing and laying for business. That’s the crux of its appeal – it doesn’t need any other niceties.
Top Games at JA Bet
There’s a theme developing very quickly with this review, and it’s that JA Bets doesn’t have any bells and whistles to it apart from the sportsbook. There are two ways of looking at that. The first would be to say that there aren’t any “top games” at JA Bet because it doesn’t come with any games. The other way would be to say that the sportsbook is the “top” game at the site, and as such, we should look at it in a little more detail.
The JA Bets sportsbook is, in its own words, “a tool for the serious punter.” It specialises in play tennis fixtures, which is a unique selling point in itself, and claims to offer the lowest margins in the entire industry with zero commission. There are opportunities to back and lay in every market that it covers and a long-term pledge that players won’t be penalised for winning. In basic terms, JA Bet says it will never close the account of a player purely because they’ve won too much money. There’s no proof that any other sports betting site has ever done such a thing, but there have long been rumours that its common practice with some brands and sites. The “no commission” promise is what makes JA Bet so unusual in the marketplace and is the biggest draw to the players who come to the site regularly.
Customer Support and Licensing
By this point, you’re well aware that JA Bet essentially provides none of the trappings of a modern iGaming site. There are positives and negatives to that approach, and one of the biggest negatives is that there’s very little in the way of customer support available. If something goes wrong while you’re playing at JA Bet, all you can do is contact [email protected] or shoot the company a Tweet @JABetHelpdesk. There’s no guidance published about how long it might take for a response to your query to arrive. We’ve seen a telephone number – 020 3903 8333 – but it hasn’t been officially confirmed as being current. Licensing-wise, the JA Bet website is covered by the UK Gambling Commission licence held by JA Sportsbook Limited under account number 38598. The licence, which was issued in December 2014, is clean. The company has no fines or warnings on its regulatory record.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
The information provided on the JA Bet website is absolutely minimal. This certainly isn’t a site that holds your hand and walks you through the basics. There’s nothing on the entire website to tell us anything in detail – not even in the full terms and conditions. All the wording tells us is that registered accounts have to be authorised before any withdrawals can be made and that there’s a 48-hour processing period for all withdrawal requests. Based on the wording used in this section of the website, we think it’s highly likely that debit cards are the only supported withdrawal method at JA Bet, so it’s not somewhere you can come and play with your e-wallet.
Final Thoughts on JA Bet
Of all the niche sports betting websites out there, JA Bet might be the most niche. It’s likely to be of limited interest outside the core demographic of people it was designed for – very serious bettors who care not for promotions and instead focus on odds and returns. The fact that the site doesn’t take any commission is at the core of its appeal to those players. There are no casino games, no fast withdrawals, and very little by way of customer support. It’s never going to become the UK’s most popular sports betting site, but we suspect it was never designed to hold that rank.
JA Bet Sister Sites Player Reviews
Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about JA Bet. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.
JA Bet has never been reviewed by any player on any major review platform. That doesn’t come as a big surprise, either. Only the UK’s most popular casino sites tend to attract such reviews, and JA Bet isn’t a popular betting site. Nevertheless, we like to bring player feedback about the sites we cover to our readers where it’s possible to do so, and we’ll keep an eye out for any reviews of JA Bet that might appear in the future. If they do, we’ll bring them to you here.