Football betting is very much CopyBet's crown jewel, with events from 59 countries available, along with continental tournaments and international matches.
Upon entering the football section, players are greeted with the next Ballon D'or betting as opposed to upcoming matches, rather than upcoming games. To the left are the various tournaments and leagues which once clicked upon, reveal available matches and ultimately seem like an unnecessary step to get to where I want to be.
Matches at Copybet can have as many as 400+ markets to bet upon!
Those looking for useful tidbits of information will be disappointed, as there are no stats available on teams, head-to-head results or even recent form.
When it comes to markets available, CopyBet steps up well, with over 400+ to choose from on a UEFA Champions League tie between PSG and Newcastle United, with everything from total goals, throw-ins and yellow cards to Asian handicaps included.
Admittedly, smaller contests do have fewer markets, but a seventh-tier English game between Dulwich Hamlet and Potters Bar still had just shy of 40 markets available, which is pretty impressive.
CopyBet's bet builder function is good, if not quite up with the bigger brands in terms of market options, but Premier League matches can have as many as 40 markets to bet upon, with smaller matches once again offering fewer. However, the bet builder isn't just limited to big European or UK leagues, with Argentina Primera Division, MLS and even French Ligue 2 matches available.
In terms of promotions, CopyBet doesn't provide too many options, with enhanced odds available on bigger matches and an acca boost, which offers up to 20% on winnings for 5+ selections or more. There are no "money back" promotions on offer, so users looking for those sorts of offers, may want to check out QuinnBet or Paddy Power instead.
Overall, CopyBet's football coverage is very good, in terms of games and markets available, but it does fall short of being great, thanks to its lack of promotions, navigation issues and a bet builder that doesn't quite match its bigger-named rivals.