by 188Bet Việt Nam
188Bet does offer betting accounts in Malaysian ringgit. They however do NOT support Malay language nor do they allow deposits to be made from Malaysian banks. The sole option for Malaysians to deposit is EntroPay. We can however cash out via bank transfer. To learn about how EntroPay works or to find other alternatives, visit page on MYR Betting Sites.
188Bet is not one of the most popular sports betting websites around but it allows customers to bet on a variety of different sports, although there are sites with more sports than this one. One thing that you can expect though is that all of the sports are comprehensive, so you will be able to bet on almost any eventuality. The sports offered 188Bet are as follows:
Baseball, boxing, MMA, football, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, American football, cricket, darts, golf, handball, motor racing, rugby union, rugby league, snooker, pool and volleyball. They also offer the chance to bet on certain entertainment shows – such as The X Factor – and also on financial markets.
All of the sports listed above have their own dedicated section on the 188Bet website, therefore meaning that there is wide variety of opportunities for each. Also, many of the categories, such as football, envelop a huge amount of different leagues, both domestically and internationally. This means that whether an event is in London, Lisbon or Los Angeles, you will probably be able to bet on it at 188Bet however if it’s more obscure sports you’re after then 188Bet probably isn’t the right site for you.
If you compare the offerings at Betvictor or Paddy Power for example to that of 188Bet in terms of markets available then you’ll soon see why they don’t make it into a higher rating category.