Evobet's name rings a bell from the past, but the only thing it has in common with today's Evobet is just the name. After the relaunch of the brand, it is safe to say that typically is a new bookmaker, created from Campeon Gaming, which also owns Svenbet and Campeonbet. I enjoy the vast range of sports and 250+ markets they offer at every football match, along with interesting features like Multiview and Asian View and an intriguing Live betting section. The latter provides higher odds than those of other sportsbooks of the same kind and is a reason to make you stay more here. The quick limits to the bettors and the limited availability of the Customer Support service, are points to be improved the sooner the possible. I would like to see them offer better odds in all kinds of sports, especially in basketball and tennis. Evobet's starting prices are by far lower than from other grey books. They can still offer more live streams and on more important events and I would like them to give away native apps for Android and iOS. Otherwise, Evobet is not recommended for pro players. If you are a recreational bettor though, then Evo is an ok sportsbook overall.