EGB is one of the pioneers in esports betting. It has catered to esports betters exclusively since 2011, operating under a Curacao license issued to Exedra N.V., a limited company with its registered office at E-Commerce Park Vredenberg, Curacao.
EGB.com, formally known as eGaming Bets, was one of the first betting sites that was completely dedicated to esports. EGB is based in Russia, originally holding a full gaming license in Costa Rica before moving to the Curacao license. EGB currently covers a wide range of esports titles, including League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and Starcraft 2.
EGB offer the following Bonus:
$600 Deposit Offer
The welcome bonus of EGB is a little more complicated than what we are used to. They offer a “doubled deposit” of up to $600. The bonus money must then be converted into real money by earning “points”. For every $1 a user bets on markets with odds above 1.3, they receive 10 points. This transfer of money to points does not apply to bets made on live matches or tournaments. For every 1000 points earned, 20% of the bonus balance will be converted into real money.
Example: If a user deposits $500, they receive $500 in potential bonus. In order to withdraw the bonus, users must “earn” 5000 points by wagering their initial deposit.
Sport / Game Coverage
EGB’s margin is a little higher compared to the competition, charging 7-9% on average depending on the tournament and market. In terms of the games and markets offered there's nothing missing as all the main titles are covered plus some on top.
There are quite a few options available to players at EGB when it comes to Responsible Gambling.
The following limits can be imposed on an account:
- Deposits limits
- Timeout (cooldown)
- Self-Exclusion (a user can permanently prevent themselves from betting on the site)
Deposit & Withdrawal
There are all the main payment methods covered at EGB. One thing that stands out is that they have a minimum withdrawal amount of $15 for some methods and even $50 for the cards, with one free withdrawal per month. Additional withdrawals will cost users 4% of their withdrawal amount in fees.
- General Withdraw Time Frame
Verified accounts that deposit through Neteller, Skrill, Qiwi, Yandex Money, or Webmoney that withdraw between $15 and $199, withdrawals are processed instantly.
Other methods can take up to seven business days depending on the user’s chosen withdrawal method.
Registration on EGB is easy. There are two options available actually which is quite convenient: users sign up for an account by entering a username, password, and email address for the short registration (the default one) process and their first and last name, date of birth, email address, and country of residence if they want to complete the full registration process.
Verification is required for withdrawals, however, and must be completed by uploading a combination of the following documentation: proof of identity, proof of address, and a document specific to the payment method used. All the documents can be uploaded directly in the My Account section, which is also convenient. Also, the answer to those is promised to be quite fast, 24 hours instead of the usual 72.
Customer Support is really good and fast here. Live Chat is 24/7, really helpful, and on point. The only remark we could make is that there might be a few too many references and links to FAQ articles, where you can find most of the information needed anyway, but from the moment you are contacting a person directly, you expect some helpful answers.
Emails are usually answered within 24 hours as well.
There are quite a few features on Unikrn that are quite unique and really interesting for esports fans:
- Live Streams
Enjoy watching the events live while you bet on them
- Native app
iOS and Android
- Item shop
Buy gear and loot boxes with cash or earned points
- Players chat
Keep in touch with the players that are online
Achieve daily goals and earn point you can spend in the shop