XTip sports

XTip

  • £1 min deposit
  • UK licence

New account offer

Offer is for New Customers Only - T&C's will apply - 18+

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Allowed Countries

  • UK

Currencies

  1. Pounds Sterling
  2. Euros

Points to Note

  • UK only
  • £1 minimum stake

XTip Sportsbook review

Xtip is not really a new bookie – rather it is an England-specific variation of a very successful European bookie, Cashpoint.

In fact, it is so English specific that it does not accept players from any other country, not even Ireland.

Because it operates in the U.K., it does have a license from the Gambling Commission.

While XTip offers £1.00 deposits using Skrill, you should note that the minimum bet amount here is £1.00.

Deposit limits at xTip

The main selling point for me with this bookmaker is the low minimum deposit of £1.00 that applies to Skrill deposits.

All other available deposit methods require a minimum deposit of £10.00, which is not too bad. These methods include Neteller and Bank transfer.

Basic Info

Although it might be a bit surprising, XTiP isn’t a completely independent company that could do whatever it wants. Instead, it’s a brand launched by Cashpoint back in 2013. Since Cashpoint is trying to focus on continental Europe, it’s only logical that it’s trying to attack the British Isles through a separate channel, especially if it’s also making some sense from the business point of view. In any case, players can feel safe when staying at XTiP, as there’s actually a huge company behind this particular project.

As we’ve already mentioned, players that aren’t located on the British Isles cannot register at XTiP – and that policy isn’t likely to change at any point.

XTiP’s services are regulated by both the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority.

XTip Betting Offers

XTiP is running a sports betting service with fixed odds, with players being able to bet on a large variety of sports, including football, tennis, basketball, handball and e-sports. Even minor sports are covered sufficiently well, so it’s very hard to be disappointed by what the bookmaker has in terms of events and markets. The margins range from fairly low (4.2%) to high (9%).

XTiP isn’t only about pre-match betting, as there’s also a live betting interface that allows players to bet on events that are already in progress. The coverage is very solid and there’s always a myriad of markets to choose from, so it’s actually possible that you’ll prefer the live betting option in many cases. It does come with higher margins, however.

The minimum amount for bets at XTiP is £1.00 which is way too high.

Other Services from XTip

At the moment, XTiP isn’t offering any live streaming facilities. Players can, however, follow selected events by tracking live stats in the live betting interface.

That said, players that like betting on the move aren’t going to be disappointed, as XTiP can be enjoyed through both mobile apps and a dedicated mobile website. Since the latter option doesn’t require any downloads, it is probably going to be preferred by the vast majority of players.

Apart from the sports betting service, XTiP also has an entire section dedicated to casino games.

Unfortunately, XTiP’s customer service can be contacted only via e-mail, which means that players can’t get their questions answered 24/7.

Summary

It’s all fairly simple – XTiP is Cashpoint without a reasonable deposit bonus. If you’re a British player that would like to play at a continental bookmaker, you are probably going to like what’s on offer here. If you prefer betting on sports that are popular in the UK, on the other hand, there are many better options that you should check out before visiting this particular bookmaker. The odds and limits are very reasonable, but the lack of special features does limit its usefulness for players that like being on top of things at all times.