New customer offer.Exchange bets excluded. T&C applies.
- Excellent in-play betting platform.
- Lots of markets even for obscure events.
- No-nonsense terms and conditions.
- 2.5 percent fee on debit card deposits.
- Support staff has mixed reviews and is not 24 hours.
- Interface is slow at times, aside from live betting.
ComeOn is one of the newest online bookmakers and gambling sites on the web. The bookie was established in 2010 and has slowly gained popularity since their inception. They are still a relatively smaller operator compared to some of the larger bookmakers, but they’re right in there competing with the big boys.
ComeOn is a product of Co-Gaming Limited, which is registered in Malta under the laws of the European Union. Their company’s operations, including the running of ComeOn, is overseen by the Malta Gaming Authority.
The sportsbook itself is licensed and regulated by the Government of Curacao, which is located in the Caribbean. ComeOn offers players a traditional sportsbook and live or in-play betting options. They also have a traditional casino and live casino, along with online poker options.
ComeOn is an international bookmaker but doesn’t offer their services to some jurisdictions due to local laws. They do not accept residents of the United States, France, Turkey, Spain, Hungary, Romania, and Portugal.
In May 2016, CalvinAyre.com reported on the sale of ComeOn to Swedish online betting operator Cherry AB. A deal for the acquisition of the two companies has been going for months now but appears to be finalized. Cherry AB will pay a total of €280 million for the purchase of ComeOn. It seems that there will be no new changes, at least at the beginning. Both brands will operate separately for the time for the foreseeable future, but that may change down the line.
- Unlimited withdraw limits
- Multiple withdraw methods
- Live chat open 24/7
Licences:Malta Gaming Authority
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