ComeOn Review

ComeOn ScreenshotComeOn have continued to impress in the online betting industry over the last few years. The company have set out to become one of the best and whilst it’s fair to say that they still have some room for improvement, the bookmaker and casino is really starting to find their feet in what’s one of the most competitive marketplaces in online gaming. The following review will focus on both ComeOn's bookmaker and casino features, detailing casino games, odds & markets, and most importantly, bonuses for each category. 

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Loyalty Program: Points Scheme & Bonus Shop

The points scheme and essentially a VIP section at ComeOn is really easy to use. We liked the fact that it was linked with both sports and casino, meaning you can keep earning points from the same account regardless of which games you were playing. For casino you earn 8 points for every £1 wagered and for sports you earn 10 points for every £1 wagered.

It’s worth noting that if you are someone who places a lot of accumulator bets, this promotion really kicks up a notch. You see, for every selection that you include in your bet, you get additional points as if it were a single. So, if you place a £100 on a casino game you would get 800 points. But, if you place £100 on a 4-fold accumulator bet, you would get 4,000 points for the same exact stake.

You can then jump across to the shop to exchange your points for a series of rewards and cash prizes. They range in value with the more lucrative costing more points. For example, the cheapest items is 5 spins which costs 5,000 points, whereas one of the more expensive items is a £20 free sports bet costing 125,000 points.

Odds & Markets

The pricing structure at ComeOn is one that is fair, but aren’t exactly the best in the business. What you will see is that the odds on offer will be more than competitive with the majority of sportsbooks, but when you compare this to the likes of BetVictor, who are arguably the best in the business, they do fall a little short.

But, taking all this into account, the odds structure is something that has improved drastically over the years. When ComeOn first came into the gambling sector, they struggled to reach fan base outside of Scandinavia and this was mainly down to their pricing. They actually closed their doors for a few months – for reasons we aren’t totally aware of – but, upon their return in 2015, they seemed to come back with a much more competitive odds structure, allowing them to increase their popularity.

The market structure is also pretty good with football playing a huge roll in the makeup of the bookmaker. Other popular sports include horse racing, tennis, basketball, American football and golf. The ‘lesser’ sports do struggle a little bit, but as long as you staying fairly mainstream in your sports and the markets that you like to bet on, ComeOn will be a more than solid choice for most. 


ComeOn Features Screenshot

The first thing that we want to point out at ComeOn is the design of the site. It may not be the biggest, but in terms of looks, we think its one of the best. The black on green finish really stands out and it’s simplicity means that it’s user-friendly and very easy to use.


The bookmaker has also teamed up with E-Net Scores to provide a statistics section that will rival pretty much any in the industry. These sections aren’t anything new to the industry, but ComeOn have managed to include a ‘better-than-average’ offering for theirs.

Mobile Betting

The sportsbook is also fully accessible on mobile, and whilst no specific download is available, all you need to do is access the bookmaker via your smartphones browser and you will be redirected exactly to where you need to go.

In-Play Betting

Finally, we want to quickly touch on the in-play betting section that you can access at ComeOn. This has actually gone through a fairly large overhaul over the last 12 months or so and now provides a boatload of games to bet on. You may not be surprised to hear that football is the main culprit here, but there are plenty of other sports on offer, as well. The little match centre that you can access for each game includes an update of the score, tagged with all live betting markets, to easily select the bet that you want.

Footcast Competition

At ComeOn you are going to be able to get up to £12,500 in cash for winning their Footcast competition. Each week, the bookmaker will offer up 10 games that you need to predict the correct result from. But, for 3 of those games they will give you a double chance option, allowing you hedge your bets somewhat.

If you manage to get 9 right then you win a share of £1,000, if you get all 10 right then you get a share of £1,500 and if you get all 10 right plus answer the trivia question right, your get a share of the £12,500 jackpot (includes £1,000 and £1,500 prizes as well).  

Casino Games

Comeon Casino Games Screenshot

The casino is powered by Net Entertainment software, giving you access to just over 400 games in total. This includes a combination of slots, video slots, table games, a live casino and other specialist games. The majority of the games are provided by NetEnt although there are also a few from Microgaming and a couple of other lesser known providers.

The website is designed so that when you reach the casino page you are presented with a list of game categories. When you highlight a category it fills the page with games from that category and you can highlight as many as you like at any time. You can then sort games within sub-categories so for example if you click on slots you can sort by newest or most popular. Many of the slot and video slot games are available for mobile play which will be highlighted by a small icon next to the game and popular games will have a “hot” tag.

Of the 356 slot games, many of the most popular have progressive jackpots which regularly run into the millions of pounds, this is displayed clearly with white text overlaying the game icon showing the value of the jackpot in real time. Some of the most popular games include the Dark Knight game and Mega Moolah both of which have jackpots regularly exceeding £3 million.

Not including poker the casino has a total of 29 table games which is a reasonable but not extensive selection when compared to the competition. This is improved by the fact that some of the games have more than one variation within them, meaning you can play almost any rule set of roulette or blackjack that you’re looking for. The video poker is separate from the website’s dedicated poker division, which is not currently available in the UK anyway, and lets you choose from a selection of single player poker games such as Deuces Wild and Joker Wild Retro, with several of these games also having numerous variations.

The Live Casino gives you access to eight games which are played live by dealers in the studio and video streamed through the website so that you can place bets on them. You can choose from roulette, blackjack, three card poker and hold ‘em in a few different formats and for some of the games you can take your pick of dealer.

Like the website, the mobile app is very sleek and stylish. It is available to play instantly by accessing the site on your mobile, or through the App Store meaning it works on all iOS devices but not having a version for Android is a slight weakness. It is also worth noting that although a majority of the games do work on the mobile app, some of the most popular ones such as the Dark Knight game don’t.

The casino also runs regular tournaments in many of the available games. This lets you compete against other users to get onto the leaderboard and win extra cash prizes. There are tournaments running pretty much all the time and you can check your progress on the leaderboard on the tournament page.

One of the greatest strengths of the casino at ComeOn is the design and functionality of the website. A nice feature is the sidebar which constantly updates telling you the username and nationality of the latest winner as well as the amount of money they’ve just won. The customer service is also very good and the casino jokes on its about page that this is due to their workers living on a boring island with nothing to do – indicative of the light-hearted nature of ComeOn in general.

Who Are ComeOn?

ComeOn have been about since 2010 and, whilst it’s still relatively young, the company are now making huge strides around the world. They are based out of Malta and are owned by Co-Gaming Limited who themselves have a wealth of experience, owning several companies in the online casino and bingo industries, respectively.

The company also has strong connections with Scandinavia and is Liverpool FC’s official gambling partner in Norway, Sweden and Finland. This is because the company was formed by Danish and Norwegian workers from the gaming company Bettson and the president is a Norwegian called Hans Martin Nakkim who happens to be a Liverpool fan himself (though fans of Everton and Man United should rest assured that he’s a very nice Liverpool fan!)

It was reported in 2016 that part of ComeOn had been sold to Swedish company Cherry AB in a deal said to be wroth around €280 million. This expansion will allow the company to not only carry on their dominance within Scandinavian countries, but really propel the company worldwide.

Contact & License Info

  • Live Chat: Available via website
  • Email: Accessible via webform on website
  • Address: Co-Gaming Ltd, Forth Mansions, Ground Floor & 1st Floor, Ta’ Xbiex Sea Front, Ta’ Xbiex, XBX 1027, Malta
  • License: UK Gambling Commission (039286-R-319338-002)