JooSports is not new in the gambling industry, as it is the sportsbook section of the successful JooCasino, owned by SoftSwiss. Highly popular among online casinos, SoftSwiss debuts as a platform provider in the sportsbook market, with JooSports. While the sportsbook is in a beta version, I can already identify the pros and cons. The interface is relatively easy to use, while markets and odds have a good variety. Payout is on the higher end, reaching 95% in football top leagues. Crypto payments are another welcome feature. As a brand new bookmaker, though, it is plagued with several shortcomings on a beta version. Withdrawal limits at $/€2500 per week or $/€12000 per month are considered too low for high turnover bettors. Features like Live streaming, BetBuilder and Player Specials are missing and that can drive away experienced players. All in all, I consider JooSports as a good prospect for the future. Nevertheless, high-stakes players should wait until the sportsbook’s final version is released or test it with small deposits.