Gully Bet and Gbets are both bookmakers that are owned by Indians and have a lot of customers. We compared them in a lot of important ways, like odds, number of markets, customer service, and more. Check out the review to help you decide which one to use.
Don't have time to learn everything about each metric? Here is a summary of what we found. The first time you interact with a betting agency is during the sign-up process. It's not the most important part, but it doesn't take much to turn away a potential customer. We went through the process at both of these agencies to see how they do.
Signing up for Gully Bet is easy and straightforward, just like the rest of their site. Just click the "Join" button at the top of the page and fill in your information. Like with all bookmakers, you'll need to verify your account before you can cash out, but this is also pretty easy.
Like Gully Bet, the Gbets sign-up process doesn't take too long and doesn't ask customers to do anything unusual. Just click the button at the top and enter your information. Make sure you verify your account again to be able to make withdrawals.
In reality, there isn't much difference between how to sign up with these two bookmakers. The Gully Bet site, on the other hand, tends to work a little faster than the Gbets site, so we'll give them the edge on this metric.
Extras can make or break a betting site. Most of them offer the same basic things, and it can be hard to tell which ones have good odds, enough markets to keep you happy, and a good website. So, an extra touch here and there can make all the difference.
Gully Bet gives you what is called a "personal Gully Bet client manager." This person can help you by answering any questions you may have and telling you about any deals that are coming up. Some might say this is just more marketing for the company, and they might be right in some ways, but it can help keep you in the loop.
Gbets has a blog that gives gamblers tips and sneaks peeks at upcoming events. Cynics among you might say that this is only done to help them, especially if the tips aren't very good. However, the previews are usually pretty good and can give you good information to add to your own ideas.
Both of these extra features can be helpful, but Gbets blog is a little more useful. Gully Bet is trying to sell the personal client manager as a useful feature, but it can only help a little bit and is mostly just a way to get people to sign up. Gbets's blog, on the other hand, can give real, useful information.
It goes without saying that the markets you can access are a big part of choosing a bookmaker. It's hard to see why you should use a bookie with few options, so we looked at how Gully Bet and Gbets stack up against their competitors and against each other.
In this case, you have to choose the less bad option. Both of them offer live betting, which is more than some competitors, but they don't show the odds, which makes the platform much less useful. Gully Bet wins because it has a slightly larger number of live odds markets, but the difference isn't that big.