1. In-depth in some places, lacking in others
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If you’re used to using some of the larger sports betting providers, you’ll feel right at home using Tab’s online or mobile platform. You’ll initially be greeted by a rather uninspiring homepage listing the latest promotions amongst other things. Despite the rather dreary interface, it definitely does the job, with “Racing”, “Sports” and “Multi” taking precedent on the toolbar to allow for ease of navigation. Within each of these categories, lies an ocean of figures, stats, and odds, all collated in a reasonably coherent way. Although, if you’re not a hardcore horse racing better, you might feel slightly lost, as you are thrown in at the deep end.
The sports section however, is neatly categorised into the individual sports such as Snooker, Rugby Union or Motorsport, and within each sub category lies the individual events. Nothing particularly revolutionary there, but again, it does the job, and you intuitively know how to get around. The individual markets for each event aren’t overly impressive however, with larger providers usually known for their depth of amount of fields they can take bets within. For example, for a large European soccer game, there was only head to head markets available I.e. Win, Lose or Draw, which simply isn’t good enough, particularly for an event of that magnitude. This could have potentially been an anomaly, but after investigating other markets the result was similarly disappointing. The previously mentioned “Multi” category is Tab’s nicely packaged cross-sport-accumulator programme, where users can combine individual bets in different sports into one card to multiply the winnings. It’s not the first conception of the idea (even though it is marketed that way), but it has completed nicely.