Expekt Review

Review of Expekt

Editors Note:

Expekt are a European bookmaker who are licensed in Malta and the majority of their custom comes from Scandinavia. In this review of Expekt we’ll show you what their site is really like and how it compares to other online bookies.

Right now Expekt aren’t offering a new customers bonus – which totally sucks – so we’re not recommending you join… check out Bet365 instead!

Rating: 3 out of 5

  • No opening bonus!
  • 3 stars.
  • European friendly markets.
  • Some live betting.
  • Range of different markets.
  • Licensed in Malta.

Full Review

Our review is broken down into multiple sections. You can use the links below to jump to any sections you’re interested in:

LicenseContact ExpektReview of Expekt
Deposit/Withdrawal MethodsPromotions£50 Bonus Deal!
3* Grade Explained

Expekt License Information

Expekt are company licensed and regulated by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta, with the license numbers LGA/CL2/132/2000, LGA/CL1/573/2009 and LGA/CL1/719/2010. This means that they are regulated by a trustworthy body and that people can be confident when using this site. The provisions under the license state that:

– They must make sure that nobody under the age of 18 gambles on the site.

– Anyone with any gambling related problems has access to suitable information regarding how to help themselves.

– All actions on the site must be fair and fully transparent.

Contact Expekt

Name: Expekt

Website: http://www.expekt.com/

E-Mail: support@expekt.com
Customer Services: Not Provided

Address: Mangas Gaming Malta Limited, 114, The Strand, Gzira GZR 1027, Malta
Post Code: n/a

Review of Expekt Markets

If you are new to the world of online gambling, the chances are that you will not have heard of Expekt, as they are a relatively small player in the industry.

At this point there’s a reason why they aren’t that well known and until they up their game we can;t help but feel they’ll stay that way.

They do offer a decent range of sports to bet on. Here’s a full list of sport markets that they offer:

Soccer, tennis, ice hockey, American football, bandy, baseball, basketball, boxing, darts, golf, handball, MMA, motor racing, rugby union, snooker, winter sports, trotting and volleyball. They also offer a number of different specials, such as specials on politics and television specials.

As can be seen, the list of sports that they offer isn’t as long as that the top bookmaker websites, however the main sports are covered. The fact that they also offer sports such as trotting and bandy does make them stand out from the crowd but generally the odds available are easily beatable elsewhere (on all sports). All of the different sports can be found on the left hand side of the main screen, along with the number of different markets open in each sport.

Expekt are a brand which mainly targets European countries outside of the UK. They allow players to deposit using Pounds, Euros and Dollars. Are they worth having an account with? Honestly the answer to that question is NO.

Whilst they offer a decent service the likes of Bet365 and BetVictor are leaps and bounds ahead of them. Please do use the previous links to check out how much more you can get with a different option.

In-Play Expekt Review

Live betting review for ExpektAlthough they are not a massive site, Expekt do also offer a live betting service, which is decent but doesn’t quite shape up to the in-play sections provided by the larger players in the industry. A common theme is emerging here folks…

To access the live section of the website, click on “Live Betting” and then select the sport that you want to view. If it does not appear initially, click on the “View all” button to get the full selection. The odds are updated on a very regular basis, as are the statistics relating to the game. Stats are however very basic, much like the rest of the live section and no live streaming is offered – not even for horse racing.

If live betting is your thing before you join Expekt check out our Bet365 review – their live console is awesome!

Banking Options at Expekt

MethodFeeTime ScaleDepositWithdrawLimit
Visa/ Visa Electron2.5%InstantYY£5 – £3000
Mastercard2.5%InstantYY£5 – £3000
Maestro£0InstantYY£5 – £3000
Neteller£0InstantYY£10 – £5000
Moneybookers£0InstantYY£10 – £5000
WebMoney£0InstantYY£1 – £5000
UKash3.5%InstantYN£15 – £750
PaySafeCard£0InstantYN£1 – £5000
Bank Transfer£02-4 daysYY£10 – no max
Przelewy24£0InstantYY£1 – £3000
Sofortuberweisung£0InstantYY£5 – £2000
Euteller£0InstantYY£5 – £3000
eKonto£0InstantYY£1 – £2000
Abaqoos£0InstantYY£5 – £3000
eWire£0InstantYY£1 – £5000
BankLink£0InstantYY£5 – £2000
iDeal£0InstantYY£5 – £3000
Giropay£0InstantYY£5 – £3000

Current Promotions

You’d think that given there’s no new player bonus on offer at Expekt right now they’d try to make up for it by offering a whole host of other promotions…. well we’re afraid they don’t. There’s barely anything worth talking about.

Below are the current promotions on offer at Expekt:

5+ Acca Insurance – Place a 5 team of bigger football accumulator bet and if one leg only lets you down then Expekt will refund your stake up to a max of £50.

Mobile Risk Free Bet – If your first mobile bet with Expekt loses then they’ll refund the stake amount. The bet must have been placed at 1.50 odds or great to qualify and the max refund is a stingy £10.

Expekt £50 Bonus Deal

Right now there is currently no opening bonus for new customers at Expekt… needless to say we’ve scored them down heavily for this. If you can’t even stump up some cash as a reason to join then we say punters are better off elsewhere!

Check out our free bets section for info on all the best bookmaker bonuses around.

Expekt Review: 3 Stars

As you can see from the top of our Expekt review we’ve given Expekt a 3 star grade, which in actual fact is pretty generous.

This means that whilst it’s a safe and secure option for online punters we don’t rate it as highly as we do some sites that are out there. The top possible rating is 5 stars which only two sites have (check our Bet365 review and BetVictor review to see them).

One of the first things which jumps out from our research is the fee’s they charge their punters to deposit cash into the site. You never see a high street bookmaker charging people to hand over their cash and we think the same should go for online bookies. No fee’s in future please Expekt if you want to achieve a better grade.

The platform Expekt provide for punters is certainly a decent one. Live betting (yet poor) is available and there are plenty of markets on offer. However they just don’t compare to the big boys in the industry and until they get a redesign and introduce some new features they won’t be able to compete.

Add to the above the fact that there’s no opening bonus for new punters at Expekt and there’s literally no reason to sign up. Please look elsewhere guys – there’s much better value on offer.

the Cheeky Punter

the Cheeky Punter

The Cheeky Punter is an professional online sports bettor and trader with over 15 years of experience in the industry. He has worked for a number of top bookmakers including Ladbrokes, William Hill and Coral. He's also written for a number of leading news outlets including the Guardian, i (newspaper) and Soccer Lens. More about him here.