TBet is a licensed bookmaker that is owned by Katavi Gaming Limited Company with a main head office located in Dar es Salaam. This betting operator is still a total freshman in the sphere and it will take lots of time for its website to reach the competitors established by the most experienced betting houses. However, the gambling company looks truly reliable and due to this it has earned our attention and now we want to present you our review for this bookie, as well as for its available services.
TBet Mobile App Download Sport
TBet’s website that is specially tailored for mobile devices is a modified desktop version, which has all the characteristics that are necessary for a platform to be called convenient for usage. All of the pages are shown in a way that is fully adapted to your device screen (basically, its size). During our personal test of this betting operator’s mobile version we did not have or find any page or function with bug, slow work or anything wrong at all. The only rebuke we’ve got about this mobile page is that it can be viewed only in Swahili till it gets its English translation. TBet’s mobile betting activity involves no applications (APK) or other platforms except for this one and it’s fully accessible via the mobile device browser.
TBet Football Bets
Football betting almost fully exhausts the entire website content. Excluding the pages for account management, one page for the live scores and the obligatory page for some information about the company, the gambling operator does not offer anything else to entertain its customers. The bookie has no bets on other sport types, no jackpot game or live bets, so talking about other gambling entertainments sounds pointless in this case.
Even TBet’s football bets, though, are very modest when it comes to their range. In this betting house’s program we see nearly 20-30 countries and this is the average number of the maximum bet types, too. In addition to these, this bookmaker’s odds do not exceed the average level in the Tanzanian betting industry and frankly, on this stage we cannot say we are impressed by TBet.
Unfortunately, the bonus system in this bookie isn’t something that can change our opinion from above. It’s because there are no bonuses at all in this gambling website. No, there are no games or offers – only standard pre-match football bets with fixed odds.
Currently, this betting operator works only with punters who are customers of Tigo Pesa, so all the punters who have contracts with other mobile operators simply cannot register in T Bet even if they want to.
To register in TBet, you should at first click on the three lines that are arranged one under another in the top left corner of the mobile website. These lines represent the button for the main menu in the platform, by the way. In this same menu there’s a green button called Jiunge sasa. When you click on it you will have to fill in your mobile operator’s name (in the drop down menu there’s only one option and as you have already figured it out, it’s Tigo Pesa, your telephone number, e-mail address and a password to login. Then, there’s another green button on the bottom of the page – click on it to confirm you agree with TBet’s terms and conditions to finally join the bookie.
Right on the other corner of your screen – on the bottom right side – there’s a button for settings. When you go to these settings, you will find a section called Uwekaji Amana from where you can make a deposit in T-Bet at an amount between 500 and 200 000 Tsh.
TBet Contact – customer support service
When you click on the button for the settings you will also see a section called Wasiliana Nasi. This is the section from where you can send a message to the betting company. However, note that this isn’t any live chat – something you are used to see in most bookmakers these days – but simply a contact form, so you will have to wait for the company to respond you either via an e-mail message, or via a phone call.