SuperiorBet offers a simple and fast way for Nigerian-based bettors to place bets and win big on their favorite sporting team
There is limited background information available on SuperiorBet available. It is based in Nigeria and has only been around for less than three years. It’s Chief Executive Officer, Tunde Adebayo, says that the company strives to give its customers fair and attractive odds, quality customer service, and an excellent online betting atmosphere.
There is no available information about the licensing and regulating body that governs SuperiorBet, and you won’t be able to find any information about a third-party company that offers security for the website, which might mean that there is no SSL certificate for SuperiorBet.
As a sports booking website, SuperiorBet offers odds on thirteen major sporting events, namely soccer, basketball, tennis, volleyball, ice hockey, handball, futsal, rugby, American football, baseball, boxing, cricket, ski jumping, and soccer (mythical). They also have a page that focuses on in-play events, which features both on-going and up-coming major sports events.
They have a VirtualRace option as well, where you can bet on different virtual horse and greyhound races, as well as virtual tennis matches.
Finally, they have a Franchise option, where you can choose to be a SuperiorBet agent and purchase a franchise of the business to set up in your own retail shop. As mentioned by the company CEO Adebayo, one of the main tasks of SuperiorBet is to generate more jobs for Nigerians, so you can be an agent or proprietor for SuperiorBet.
The graphics on the SuperiorBet website is clean and organized, but some might say that it’s too simple. The Sports page has all the usual elements: a list of the available sports and popular leagues on the left-hand side, betting odds on the popular and up-coming events in the middle, and an electronic betting slip on the right side.
The In-Play page shows currently-running sporting events, with a live stream view available. It also shows a sporting events calendar so that you can keep track of up-coming events and when they were going to be held.
The Virtuals page shows all the virtual races, as well as the virtual tennis matches that they show on the page.
Finally, they also have a GoldenRace page, but at the time of writing this review, the GoldenRace page is not available. There are also several parts of their website with no content, such as their “About Us” page and their “Mobile” page.
The gameplay on SuperiorBet is as simple and straightforward as it can get: you simply look for your preferred teams, sporting events, or tournaments, place your bets, and wait until the outcome of the matches to collect any winnings. You can choose from popular sporting leagues such as the English Premier League, Serie A, or the UEFA Champions League, or you can choose from their list of available sports.
Once you choose the sporting event you want, you will see a list of different odds offered by SuperiorBet. You can then input the sport and type of bet you want to choose on the electronic betting slip on the right side of the screen. You can place single, multiple, or combined bets. The minimum stake for any bet is 50 Naira, and the maximum stake is 250,000 Naira. Once you have placed a bet, you can no longer cancel it for any reason.
SuperiorBet offers the usual welcoming bonus for new players, where they will match your first deposit up to 100%. The welcoming bonus must be played through 30x, and it can only be withdrawn with your winnings after 30 days on the website. The bonus bets must be used on accumulator bets, and these accumulator bets must contain 3 or more events. The odds must be 1.4 or higher.
The layout and betting mechanism of SuperiorBet can be considered barebones: aside from the betting features, FAQ, Contact Us, and some mentions of promotions and bonuses on their website, there is little else that can be found.
It can be difficult to use the website for players who are not based in Nigeria, as they only accept deposits and withdrawals through Nigerian banks, and they only accept Naira as the website currency. It’s also difficult to accept that you won’t find any information about licensing bodies, or security companies that are working with SuperiorBet.
Pros and Cons
- Features major and popular sports
- Easy betting methods with good odds
- Full and partial cash out options available
- Only available for Nigerian bettors
- Only accepts Nigerian-based banks for withdrawals and deposits
- No mention of SSL certificate
- Subpar website layout