Midnite's sportsbook offering is generally decent, but a few notable absentees really stop it from being as great as it can be.
With over 30+ sports available, players have a solid selection of markets available, including football, tennis and basketball, with anywhere up to 50 markets for each event. E-sports in particular gets plenty of attention and has its own dedicated section too.
However, there are some notable absentees, with horse racing the biggest elephant in the room. A UK bookmaker without horse racing is a tough one to sell, but they are not the only bookie to go down this route, so time will tell.
Elsewhere, golf betting is seemingly only available for Majors, while some sports including Snooker have a menu to click on, but when advancing to the next screen, have no markets available, or even a "sorry for your inconvenience", for wasting a players time on an empty screen.
The lack of horse racing betting could be a big issue for many UK players
In terms of bet types, Midnite is limited to straightforward singles and multiples. The lack of horse racing has arguably made it easier to not include system bets like Lucky 15's and so on, but it would have been nice to have the option available with football multiples for instance.
It isn't all doom and gloom for Midnite though, with a solid bet builder option, allowing players to create a multiple bet in matches based on over/under, first to score and so on.
In-play is where Midnite really flourishes, offering up to 40 markets for everything from football to e-sports, although this does seem to only apply to larger events or matches.
Overall, Midnite is a decent sportsbook, despite missing some big sports. it functions well enough, but for those looking for a bookmaker that provides horse racing markets and a few more betting options, you should consider the likes of BetVictor, Paddy Power or Ladbrokes for your needs.