ComeOn! Sportsbook Review
ComeOn! Sportsbook Summary
ComeOn! is a relatively new player in the Canadian sports betting landscape. Without the global reach of bet365 or a reputation like Caesars or FanDuel, it needs to offer something outstanding to draw bettors in and increase its reputation. Unfortunately, it has yet to do that for prospective customers.
Read our full review to find out why ComeOn! still has a ways to go to become one of Canada’s top sportsbooks.
ComeOn! Quick Facts
|🎰 Casino||✅ Yes|
|₿ Cryptocurrency||❌ No|
|📱 Mobile Apps||✅ Yes (iOS, Android)|
ComeOn! can be found throughout various countries worldwide, where the applicable regulatory body monitors it.
Sports Leagues to Bet On
ComeOn! features most of the sports bettors enjoy wagering on. In fact, it features a wider variety of sports than some of our similarly ranked sportsbooks.
There is no shortage of markets for NFL bettors at ComeOn!. From plenty of game and player props for each individual matchup, there’s also a large futures market for everything from player awards, Super Bowl winner, stage of elimination for individual teams, and division winners. I found that the odds offered for major game markets were comparable to other operators such as BetMGM and DraftKings.
Fans of the NBA will love the ComeOn! offerings. During the season, ComeOn! will offer competitive prices on all spread, ML, and O/U markets as well as player and game props. It’s not surprising to see a regular season game have 250+ bets available.
If it’s NCAA football markets you seek, you’ve come to the right place. ComeOn! offers moneyline, spread, and total plays for most Division I games on any given Saturday during the season, along with a large assortment of quarter-by-quarter or halftime plays. You can also wager on team props, though player props aren’t available.
No college basketball is a major oversight for ComeOn! in its sportsbook offerings. Perhaps they will offer some once the season tips off or gets closer to March Madness, but it's disappointing that not even futures are available at the time of writing.
ComeOn! does well to appeal to Canadian NHL bettors, offering a healthy number of hockey markets during the season and into the Stanley Cup playoffs. In addition to ML, puckline, and total plays, bettors have access to two-way team and player props, along with period-specific betting markets. Favourites are usually priced well above other sportsbooks, but there is value to be had if you enjoy betting the underdog straight up.
How do you make a summer afternoon even better? By firing up your ComeOn! account and placing some baseball wagers. ComeOn! offers comprehensive MLB markets for pre-game bets (ML, runline, total) and in-game action (five innings ML/RL, player props, team props).
Other Sports Leagues
Besides the major sports leagues you come to expect, what separates ComeOn! from the pack is that it covers many markets. If you like betting on hockey, you would expect odds for the NHL to be available. What you might not expect is access to odds for more than 15 hockey leagues from around the world. You’ll be able to wager on all five major European soccer leagues, plus MLS and other leagues from around the world. Tennis, NASCAR, golf, and e-Sports are also covered.
ComeOn! has odds available for many sports you probably didn’t know had betting markets. They offer alpine skiing, bandy, water polo, snooker, cricket, floorball, kabaddi, and even chess.
Online Betting Experience
The desktop experience for ComeOn! is in a word, terrible. The design looks like a basic WordPress website, and sometimes I even had trouble loading the odds and needed to refresh the page, and the logos used for major sports like the NHL, NFL, and MLB are low quality. The colour scheme is bland and uninviting grey and white with a hint of green. Compare the NHL odds page to that of a competitor like bet365 which has the logos of each team plus the odds in a different colour that highlights them.
The layout itself is standard and what you’d come to expect from an online sportsbook — available sports on the left, betting odds in the middle, and your bet slip on the right-hand side.
Mobile Betting and Betting App
ComeOn! has an app for both iOS and Android. Using it on my iPhone, I found that it mimics the layout of the desktop website well, which isn’t necessarily a good thing. Popular bets and live betting are displayed at the top, and you can scroll down and see the bets available. The text and logo quality is also better on the app than on the website. You may have to log in a couple of times after a period of inactivity — the ComeOn! app does not make use of face verification for login.
Casino, Poker, & Other Gaming Options
ComeOn! puts a lot of effort and emphasis into its online casino platform, but it has a limited amount of games compared to other sportsbooks available to Canadians. They have approximately 77 slots, five blackjack games, and five roulette games to choose from. Its live casino options are better, offering 10 roulette games, seven blackjack tables, and 12 game show-based games.
Compare that to a competitor such as William Hill which features over 1,000 slots and perhaps more robust poker offerings and it’s clear ComeOn! has some work to do.
ComeOn! is a brand of the ComeOn group, which was founded in 2008 and launched its first online brand in 2010. ComeOn! has been live since 2019 in Canada, when it was licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority.
Customer Ratings & Reputation
Bettors feelings towards ComeOn! are mixed, evidenced by its 4.2-star rating on the Apple App Store. Customers enjoy the alternative spreads and totals, the ease of use and speed of the user interface of the app, plus the ability to build your own bets. Bettors also may know ComeOn! from the ads played on Canadian television featuring former TSN anchor Natasha Staniszewski.
Common complaints include frequent log-outs after inactivity, identification issues attempting to withdraw, and issues with live scoring not updating on the mobile app.
Customer service is one area that is severely lacking at ComeOn!. Customer support is just an option in the top right labelled “Support”. Once you click that, you’ll get a pop-up from their virtual assistant, which I didn’t find helpful at all when trying to ask a simple question about cryptocurrencies. There’s no FAQ section like some other sportsbooks provide, and the live chat is the only way to access them if you have any questions.
- Virtual assistant chat
- Twitter: @ComeOnOfficial
ComeOn! Legal Betting
ComeOn! is operated by Bunchberry Limited which is registered under the laws of Gibraltar. It is registered to offer online gaming services in Ontario by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and is operating pursuant to an agreement with iGaming Ontario.
ComeOn! is dedicated to responsible gambling and provides many resources on its site. They offer a self-exclusion program that is accessible in account settings, have account limits that you can put in place, and link to software Betfilter and Gamban that block access to various gambling sites.
Here's a list of recommended responsible gambling resources available to ComeOn! Ontario players:
- ResponsibleGambling.org: The Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) is a respected, independent non-profit organization. They have been a leader in preventing problem gambling in Canada and globally for more than 35 years. Operators in Ontario are required to register with RGC to operate in the province.
- ConnexOntario: ConnexOntario provides service information for people experiencing problems with gambling, drugs, alcohol, or mental health. Helpful, supportive system navigation specialists answer all calls, emails, or web chat requests 24/7. Call 1-866-531-2600 for more info.
- BeGambleAware.org: offers free, confidential help and support to anyone worried about gambling for themselves or others.
- Gambling Therapy: a global service provided by Gordon Moody offering free emotional support and advice to anyone affected by gambling.
Why Choose ComeOn!?
The wide variety of sports offered at ComeOn! should be commended. From that aspect, bettors will be pleased. For everything else, it leaves a lot to be desired. The lack of customer service options can give off the impression of a less-than-reputable sportsbook, the layout design is especially weak on the desktop website, and even the casino options pale in comparison to some of the other options available to Canadians.
The best we can say is that it’s a sportsbook. Bettors may want to look at some of our other top-rated sportsbooks if they’re looking to get started.Play Now
Methods of Deposit
ComeOn! Sportsbook isn’t among the front runners when it comes to deposit methods, but it serves the needs and wants of the majority of sports betting enthusiasts.
Not only are the basic deposit methods (Interac, VISA, MasterCard) covered, but the operator also accepts MuchBetter, ecoPayz and Paysafecard. Deposits are instant in most cases.
The minimum deposit is $10, while the maximum varies depending on your deposit method.
Methods of Withdrawal
As for withdrawals, players have the same set of options that they do for deposits. MuchBetter, ecoPayz and Paysafecard tend to process withdrawals the quickest, followed by Interac and the two major credit cards.
The minimum amount you can withdraw is $20, while the maximum limit depends on your method of withdrawal.