For an online gambling operator that strives to convince the same customers that it is worth venturing in another gambling section, TitanBet did surprisingly little to make this happen. For many years, it came under the heavy criticism of those who thought that the website layout for the sports betting section was inadequate. The simple design was no longer appealing to customers and that’s why they finally decided to resort to an overhaul, which addressed most of the previous criticism and introduced new features.
The new interface at TitanBet is greatly improved and it also simplifies navigation greatly, while still making smart use of the classic layout with three columns. This is how their punters used to wager and this format is also available at other bookmakers, so it is unlikely for major changes to be operated anytime soon. The betting slip is displayed on the right side of the website, while the list of upcoming games is available in the opposing area, to avoid any confusion.
Betting slips are now dynamically updated and the advantage of the new system is obvious when you bet in real-time or make use of accumulator bets. The odds are clearly displayed and the application automatically calculates the total odds for each of the possible winning combinations. This also acts as an incentive to customers to add more than one event of the same betting slip, not to mention that the selected events remain visible, as they are highlighted in the space reserved to the odds display.
The bookmaker margin is one of the best online at roughly 5%, but it differs greatly depending on the sports players choose to wager on. The sports market offer is comprehensive with the emphasis being placed on the American sports, including college and professional leagues. These sports also present customers with the best chance to make use of Asian handicaps, and the spreads are displayed in this format, which further mitigate the house edge.
Having said this, soccer remains the most popular sport at TitanBet and by far the one that has most markets associated to domestic and international competitions. More than 60 markets are available for the prominent games, so those who wager on the flagship European competitions will have their hands full. European customers represent the vast majority of their members, with the company recently expanding to Australia, which explains the addition of local sports and horse racing competitions.