Naijabet App Review
Naijabet claims to be the number one sports betting site in Nigeria, and in this review we’ll be looking at everything on the site to see if that statement is warranted. Licensed by the Lagos State Lotteries Board, the site offers prices on live sports action, events coming in the near future as well as politics and sports like tennis, basketball, football and volleyball among others. There’s also a virtual sports section, so the fun never truly ends with Naijabet. Now we’ll get into the details and decide if our readers should invest time on this website.
How to Download and Use the Naijabet App
iOS and Android
At the time of writing, there isn’t an app available with Naijabet. This may come as a surprise to some considering the demand nowadays for downloadable betting apps, however it’s clear just from glancing at the site the funding simply isn’t there to create an app for such software. Users on mobile devices can still get in on the action though, by accessing the website at www.naijabet.com. The interface looks exactly how it would on desktop, with everything set up very well.
First however, users should ensure that they sign up for Naijabet before attempting to place any bets on the site. This can be done by tapping the Register icon in the top right hand side of the home-screen. Registration, as with other sites, is not a lengthy process and once completed users are free to do anything they would like on Naijabet.
Naijabet is quite a limited sports betting site in the sense that it doesn’t offer anything that hasn’t been seen before. In fact, it probably offers a little less. The home-screen is more or less all black with white font for words, and Premier League fixtures are the main advertisement throughout. These come under the Coming Soon section, which is followed by the Popular Events further down the page. As users keep heading towards the bottom, they’ll find Top Coupons and an option to return to the summit of the page.
There are choices between betting on Live in-play events, soccer, politics, basketball and much more on the top menu, with even virtual sports getting a mention. The virtual sports section can be accessed through the menu which constantly sits at the bottom of the screen, and there are options of VirtualFootball, DashingDerby or PlatinumHounds. Users are able to view their bets and their account details by tapping the bottom menu too.
Naijabet Welcome Offer
Unfortunately, there aren’t any bonuses available with Naijabet right now. This is a huge disappointment and is definitely a cause for concern for their customers. We would love to see a welcome offer or even just bonuses added to Naijabet’s site as it could be detrimental to its growth if the team continue to leave one out. In the past, Naijabet have offered some great bonuses like the BestPayout Deposit bONUS AND Weekend Account Recharge Bonus, so there’s ground for future potential there.
Naijabet Payment Methods
There are a few ways to pay with Naijabet, and they are as follows: First Bank, GTBank, Fidelity Bank, FCMB, Zenith Bank, UBA, USSD, GTCollection. These are unpopular methods outside of Nigeria, but users from the country will be well aware of how to use them. Naijabet do not make it clear whether or not there are any deposit or withdrawal limits, however we can say for certain that withdrawal times will vary from bank to bank as some are solely processed via mobile, while others are done online.
Naijabet Restricted Countries
Naijabet don’t have a list of restricted countries on site, however we have found a few countries that we’re sure are restricted from the site. These are Kosovo, South Sudan, Curacao, Sint Marten. It’s likely that Nigeria is the only place users can actually play regardless of players from outside the nation being accepted, as only Nigerian banks can be used to transfer money to and from accounts. Users from outside Nigeria should look elsewhere if they want to find a betting site as there are many, many options available.
Naijabet Customer Support
Customers can have any queries answered by a helpful member of Naijabet’s staff through email on either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. After sending an email, users will receive a response in an amount of time depending on how busy the customer support team are. If they would rather, users can call support on 0818 5800 374 or 0706 343 7475. This is probably the best way to get effective, quick help if needed as the waiting period should be significantly lower.
We have to be honest, we’re disappointed. Naijabet make a confident statement by saying they’re Nigeria’s number one place to be for sports betting, but we sincerely hope this isn’t the case. On site there isn’t a single option to look for customer support or any terms and conditions, which makes it very difficult for new customers to know what they’re getting into. Whilst we appreciate they have a wide range of events available to players, we cannot ignore its faults. Naijabet badly needs a bonus of some sort to compete, and any user who’s dedicating their time to this site should search other websites for better offers. Naijabet is in need of an overhaul and we can’t recommend it to anyone for many reasons. There are minimal features, and combined with the lack of care taken to look after the site, we think Naijabet may need to rethink its strategy in every way.