TigerGaming has been around for more than two decades. The bookie is Betonline and Sportsbetting’s International counterpart since it is operated from the same team running the North American giants. It is a US-style sportsbook and expectedly, it comes with a focus on N.American sports, but unfortunately, the platform is often confusing for traditional players. On the product now, I love TG’s high odds on the US sports, on tennis and international basketball. They even are better than Bet365 and Bwin. On NFL, NBA and MLB, the odds are just 0.5% worse than Pinnacle. The range of props and special bets is satisfying and the addition of functions like Quickbet and Multiview proves the intention to approach the European bookmaker style. On the other hand, there still are lots of great misses. The number of extra bets, both prematch and in-play, is limited, while the bookie applies fees on withdrawals. Moreover, the lack of features such as Cash out, Build a bet and the absence of mobile apps are essential drawbacks. Overall, TigerGaming is a top choice for US Sports lovers but a confusing one for the traditional players.