Betrally review

Betrally review

For the fans of Live bets. The international bookmaker was launched in the early 2012. The owner is the company ZapZap Marketing Limited, registered in Nicosia, Cyprus. It operates like most of the bookmakers according to the license handed out buy Curacao (license no 8048/JAZ). The main language is English however Russian, Italian and German versions are also available.

Betrally offers more than 200 different kinds of bets for events of more than 30 sports: soccer, ice-hockey, tennis, darts, speedway, golf etc. The mobile version of the site is also available with the option to place bets on live games, too.


Here everything goes as usual: fill all the necessary fields, no usage of macrons in typing. The registration takes no more than 3 minutes, after the registration you will get an e-mail with confirmation of the successful registration after which you are allowed to go to the deposit page.


Here everything is quite ok - loads of kinds of sports will please the most passionate sports fans. Australian football, cricket, floorball, baseball, bandy and other exotic kinds of sports can be found at Betrally although usually they are not found in other totalizators. Among more common kinds of sports there are ice-hockey, soccer, basketball, volleyball, cycling, golf and many more.

Live bets

This is one of the biggest advantages of Betrally because Live bets are available also for obscure kinds of sports and leagues, including Latvian such as Latvian Football Higher League, Latvian Football Winter Cup, Saudi Professional League etc. All in all the interface of the Live regime is convenient - here many kinds of sports with many events can be seen. Unnecessary lines can be shut down by leaving only the desired content.


Betrally offers the bonus of the first deposit up to EUR 100. To get it follow this link.

Payments and payouts

The replenishing of the account and payouts are done in four ways:

  • Credit cards or debit cards (Visa, MasterCard);
  • Skrill (Moneybookers);
  • Bank transfer.