The Tiplix organisation was founded in 2009 and that’s given them some time to become established across the net. The good news for UK players is that British accounts are welcomed and although there is a strong, mainland European theme here, there is plenty for everyone to enjoy.
Licensed in Malta, Tiplix also give some great value for money and that all starts with their welcome offer.
When you open a new account at Tiplix you can claim a welcome deal that can earn up to 100 Euros at the top end of the scale. It’s not a match on your first deposit but a match on your first bet so it works a little differently to most offers out there and as such, it’s important to check all terms and conditions.
- Interface 7
- Usability 7
- Betting Offer 8
- Odds 7
- Handicaps 8
- Live Betting 8
- Bonus 9
- Banking 8
- Limits 7
- Customer service 6
At present there are no ongoing offers for new customers but that could all change so keep watching the news feeds for updates.
Sports Markets and Odds Value
While the range of sporting markets is more designed for the mainland European market, all the popular options, with the exception of horse racing, are here for UK punters. This is the full list.
Tiplix also publish a specials market which covers all the weird and wonderful options from the worlds of politics and entertainment while esports can be accessed via a separate link.
Without Tiplix appearing on the main odds comparison sites it can be tricky to assess their competitiveness but by checking a random sample of markets, they are strong in most areas but particularly in German football which is something of a speciality.
Skrill and Neteller kick things off as far as eWallets are concerned and that is how many of us like to fund, if we’re not using our bank. But, there is a much wider set of options too with PaySafeCard, Thawte, EPS, Wirecard and Sofort joining the list.
Of course, if you prefer, you can also fund your Tiplix account with any of the main debit and credit cards so the full set of options is covered here.
The help options are a little hidden away and aren’t necessarily where you would expect them to be. When you do click on them, they are a little sparse too and it might be a problem for UK players to see some of the information in German.
However, the dedicated customer service email is easy to spot and the FAQs are in English. Overall, it’s an area that could be improved but in terms of functionality and ease of navigation, what is here is helpful and efficient.
While some may see this as a mixed review in some areas, there are definitely more positives in the Tiplix set up. Firstly, there is that welcome deal which may be a little different to a straight matched deposit but it remains a generous offer with its 100 Euro limit.
Prices are competitive everywhere and while customer service options could grow and appear with some loyalty offers, there is still lots to enjoy on this particular sportsbook.