Shangri La is mostly known for its land-based casinos, operating in Riga, Minsk, Tbilisi, and Yerevan, but in 2017 they decided to make the challenging leap to the online era. Their sportsbook is slightly new, so I will need some time before I will be comfortable enough to endorse them, but they do try to improve their services. On the upside, both the desktop and mobile site versions are not complicated at all. Product-wise, the high odds on the top leagues kept me in a good mood, and the same applies to the whole range of markets and leagues. The range of the payment methods and the live betting section are adequate, although there are some important misses regarding the offered features, like Quickbet and Live Streaming. They still need to raise the odds on secondary leagues and on Asian markets, while the absence of mobile apps is a minus for Shangri La. Moreover, the fact that they are licensed in Curacao and they keep a grey approach makes me sceptical. Overall though, Shangrila has its ups and downs, it still needs further testing, but is on the right track.