22bet App Review & Download Guide

The 22bet app is available across Europe, Africa and Asia. It offers a wide range of betting markets, across a great deal of sporting action at competitive prices. The brand has grown in popularity, which has allowed it to expand its operations into new territories, including most recently, the UK.

How to register on the 22bet app

22Bet appRegistering for a 22bet account is the first step to take. In General, users are required to be at the minimum age of 18 in order to bet, although some regions may require you to be older, usually 21. If in doubt, check with your regional gambling regulator.

Signing up is free and easy. It takes minutes to register and then opens up all of the services available on the 22Bet app. Users can choose to deposit funds straight away in order to immediately place bets or just register and deposit at a later date. This gives users the chance to install the app, sign in and become familiar with the platform before adding funds.

Signing up can be done from the button below.

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22Bet App Review


The app is very simplistic in its design. Everything is dulled down to make the application as lightweight as possible, whilst maintaining functionality. This is due to the number of territories it serves. This means it is an excellent app to use across Africa, Europe and is one of

our recommended betting apps.
 Therefore it is important to keep apps as light as possible so that they still run smoothly in poor network coverage regions.

Although there is no fancy imagery or flashing graphics on the app, there is still a great deal of choice. A simple menu system opens up a list of all available sports. There are over 20 different sports and events to select, with thousands of markets to choose from. The main focus of the markets appeared to be on football and cricket, although great detail was still offered across the other events

22bet app screenshots

Menu System

The app is very easy to use, but not the greatest to navigate. There are no coupons or calendar views allowing you to group leagues together or to see what matches occur on a particular day. Instead, the matches are laid out by sport, then by country, then by league or competition. This makes building daily accumulators a slightly more time-consuming exercise. However, the functionality to be able to do so is still present.


A favourites feature does allow for easier navigating if there are sports or games that are frequently played. These can be added to the favourites section at any time for quicker access in the future.

How To Get The 22Bet App

There are dedicated apps available, as well as a mobile site that can be accessed from any mobile web browser. All versions offer the same user experience and contain the same features. The mobile site was our preferred choice.

The mobile site can be added to a phone or tablet’s home screen from within the browser settings or share options of the device. This then allows for quicker access in the future (just like a native app) but doesn’t take up internal memory space.

One big advantage of the 22Bet app is its speed and reliability. With the interface being very light, moving from page to page is always quick and we are yet to experience any downtime – something we witness a lot of across many other apps, especially during busy periods.

Placing A Bet With 22Bet

Placing a bet is quick and easy and follows the same logical steps found on all the major betting apps.

  1. Tap on a price (or multiple prices) to add that selection to the bet slip.
  2. Enter bet slip.
  3. Select bet type – single, multiple bet, system bet.
  4. Input stake.
  5. Hit place bet button.

The bet slip is quite an intuitive one. Upon making a selection, the bet slip pops up at the bottom of the screen in a minimised fashion. The bet slip is clearly labelled and a number is shown, indicating the number of selections the bet slip holds. Alongside is a filter for single bets, multiple bets and system bets.


There is a live section on the app that displays all of the in-play action across the globe. Betting on live-action is possible from here as is checking on live scores and statistics. A basic animated graphic can be viewed, showing exactly what is happening in the event. This can be swapped out for a statistics board that breaks down all the individual elements of the game – Vital information that gives users an edge over those who are not privy to the in-play data.

22Bet wallet

A wallet section is also present on the app where deposits, withdrawals and bonus funds can all be managed. There are a wide variety of payment methods available, including debit cards, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafe Card and ecoPayz.

22Bet Casino app

A 22bet account also opens up the way to over 500 games. These games do tend to be data-intensive and as such are not attached to the sports app. There is a different mobile site and app to either visit or download. However, the same login details can be used to access both sports and casino services. We recommend playing in a strong, stable mobile network area when exploring or playing on the casino section.

22bet casino app screenshots

Games from over 22 different game providers are added to ensure users can find exactly what they are looking for. Fortunately, there is a clever filtering system in place here that makes searching and navigating much easier than the sports betting app. Live dealer games are also available, providing live video streams of real tables and dealers. An experience that almost places your armchair slap bang in the middle of the casino floor!


All in all the 22Bet app offers a credible mobile betting service within a simplistic format.

This app seems to work well around the clock and can endure the busiest of circumstances. If competitive prices, reliability and a lightweight platform are important factors for you, this app is certainly worth looking at. Give it a try!

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