Mr Green is not new to the gambling world since it has been around for several years. In fact, it was already a successful online casino before the management decided to bring on the sportsbook. The multi-licensing strategy shows that Mr Green wants to walk on a safe and regulated path, while the brand’s acquisition from William Hill PLC, might give Mr Green a proper boost at the sports betting world. The Kambi platform is tested and provides a quick and easy site to the punters, but I firmly believe that a lot of changes need to happen before Bet Green will sit next to the top books. Odds at the secondary leagues need a boost, Live Streaming should be added, the fees on both deposits and withdrawals should be vanished and betting options offering should be increased. On the other hand, I find the number of sports and events satisfying and I feel content with the odds on the top 5 leagues, totals and basketball. Also, the withdrawal times give an extra boost to Mr Green. Overall, the brand feels like a safe alternative choice for everyday punters, but it still needs a massive improvement if it wants to be a punters’ first choice.