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JuicyBet Review [May 2024]

  • Betting Markets Variety
  • Banking Options
  • Mobile Experience
  • Payout Speed
  • Customer Support
  • Betting Experience
Total score

Top Features

  • Wide range of player props
  • Great mobile app
  • Solid customer support
  • Same game and race multis
  • Wide range of markets for major leagues
  • Good mobile app
  • Solid customer support
  • Average odds for racing and sports
  • Limited payment options
  • No live betting
By:Mike Jones

Welcome to our detailed JuicyBet review, where you will find everything that you need to know about this colourful new bookmaker. Based out of Melbourne and using the popular BetCloud platform, this is an easy to navigate site with a great app and solid customer service, though there are a few clear areas in which they need to improve to get close to matching it with the big dogs of the industry. Read on to find out more about what makes this a betting site worth checking out, and what makes it one to avoid. 

JuicyBet Strengths and Weaknesses

There are plenty of things that JuicyBet does well, particularly for a new betting site, but equally there are a number of pretty glaring areas for improvement. In this section we will take a look at three of the most pertinent in each of those categories. 


  • High quality mobile app: The mobile app offered by JuicyBet is a really good one, which is pretty key for plenty of punters these days. It’s downloadable for iOS and Android devices, and functions effectively and quickly. 
  • Good selection of player props: Though there are not heaps of different sports available with JuicyBet, the major sports do have lots of different markets. As a player prop enthusiast I always keep an eye out for these kinds of markets, and there are plenty of them at JuicyBet. 
  • Solid customer support platform: Customer support is a great way for a bookie to demonstrate their commitment to providing a good experience for their customers, and courtesy largely of a solid live chat platform, JuicyBet Australia shows demonstrates this in spades. 


  • Average odds for both sport and racing: Unfortunately, the odds available for both major sports markets and racing are pretty average with JuicyBet. For line bets in sports the odds are generally around $1.85, while their racing odds are right at the rear when compared to others in the industry. 
  • Limited payment options: This may not be a major issue for you, and it isn’t for me either, but there are only a couple of different payment options available with JuicyBet, so if you want to use an eWallet, PayPal or something else, you won’t be able to here. 
  • No live betting: There is unfortunately no live betting available at this point in time with JuicyBet Australia. This is not uncommon for a new betting site, but nonetheless if you want to place bets on events after they have started then you will have to look elsewhere.

As far as strengths and weaknesses go, the above list is relatively stock standard for a new betting site. There is plenty to like about JuicyBet, headlined by a quality app and a lot of player props, but by improving their odds and adding a couple of features such as live betting, they could take their betting experience to the next level. 

JuicyBet Info Card

Website:  www.juicybet.com.au Company: JuicyBet Pty Ltd 
License & regulation: Licensed and regulated by the Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC)   Year founded: 2023  
Contact information: Live chat (on website or mobile app), email (through the website)   Live betting number: N/A 
Sponsorship Deals: N/A   Deposit Methods: Debit/credit card, bank transfer 
Address/Headquarters: Melbourne, Victoria Withdrawal Methods: Bank transfer 
Features: Lots of markets for major leagues, streamlined mobile app Apps Devices: Yes, available for iOS and Android 
Owner: JuicyBet Pty Ltd Odds Providers: TAB 

JuicyBet Review

JuicyBet has joined the ever-growing ranks of betting agencies in Australia, having been founded around mid-2023 along with a huge number of other sites using the same BetCloud platform. They stand out from those competitors, first and foremost, through their ‘juicy’ website theme, though unfortunately that juiciness doesn’t extend through to their odds. 
For major sports markets they lag behind most of their competitors, and the same can be said for their horse racing odds. What’s more, the sports categories could definitely use some expanding – at the time of writing there are just eight different sports available, as you can see below.. But if you do find the sports you’re after, there will be plenty for you to sink your teeth into. 

JuicyBet Review

What JuicyBet Australia does offer, though, is markets on a really wide range of leagues for major sports, so if you feel like digging into something aside from the NBA, for example, why not have a crack at the Korean KBL? Or the Russian VTB United League? For these smaller leagues they’ve just got the basics like head-to-head, line bets, and sometimes over/under total markets.  
But for the bigger leagues, there’s a whole lot more on offer than just traditional betting markets. You’ll find markets like first scorer and a huge number of player props, which can add a bit more excitement and variety to the whole betting experience. And if you’re looking to place a same game multi on those bigger leagues, they’ve got you covered too.  
So if you are someone who is into lesser-known sports or markets, JuicyBet is a solid option. And while I criticised their odds on major markets earlier, they do offer relatively decent odds on these obscure markets, meaning that if you are one of those aforementioned punters into less common markets, then you should definitely check out what JuicyBet has to offer. 
When it comes to payments, they don’t have the broadest selection, only offering debit/credit card and bank transfer for deposits, and bank transfer for withdrawals. If you like to use other options that can be frustrating, but for most people these will be more than enough. It’s also worth remembering that JuicyBet is still a really new bookie, so there’s always the prospect that they'll add more choices soon.  
Customer support is another area where JuicyBet Australia shines. Having good support can make or break your experience with an app. Thankfully, their live chat operators are helpful and friendly. It's reassuring to know that if you run into an issue or just have a question, you're not going to be left hanging​​​​. 
Like with most new bookies, there is definitely a lack of standout features. Things like live streaming, or live betting? They’re not there just yet, but hopefully it’s on the cards for the future. Given that they're a newbie in the betting world, they're doing pretty well, and with some improvement in a couple of key areas they could become another solid betting option for Aussie punters.

JuicyBet Score

Betting Variety ⭐⭐⭐⭐

JuicyBet is only offering eight sports at the time of writing, which isn’t many, but there are heaps of different betting options for those sports. 

Banking Options ⭐⭐

Don’t expect too much with regards to different payment options with JuicyBet – not that it matters to me, but if you want to deposit or withdraw using anything other than debit/credit card and bank transfer, you will need to look elsewhere. 

Mobile experience⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Another great app from another new betting site – the JuicyBet app is crisp, clean and functional. 

Payout Speed⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I’ve never had any issues with payout speed with JuicyBet 

Security ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Likewise, I haven’t had any issues with security with JuicyBet either. 

Betting Experience⭐⭐⭐⭐

JuicyBet’s overall betting experience is pretty good. You’ll have an easy to use desktop site or mobile app, and a pretty solid customer support system, though your experience would be better if their odds were, too. 

Customer Support ⭐⭐⭐⭐

The customer support platform with JuicyBet Australia is a pretty good one. There is no phone number, but the live chat function is a good way to get problems solved quickly while the email option is better for concerns which don’t need to be immediately addressed, or if you don’t have time to sit around waiting for a resolution. 

Frequently Asked Questions About JuicyBet

In this section, we will answer a couple of the questions that most commonly get asked by punters about JuicyBet. 

There is no information about when JuicyBet will have live betting available, or if it will become available with them at all. Really it likely depends on whether they develop as a site. Generally small betting sites or new betting sites won’t offer live betting, but if they manage to stick it out for a little while and develop into a more popular one then there is every chance they will eventually add live betting to their repertoire. 

This one you can blame on Australian regulations. Aussie law dictates that to use a licensed Australian betting site, you need to firstly be over 18 years of age, and secondly located within Australia. There are a few ways you can try to get around this but as a rule, you won’t be able to access JuicyBet, or any Aussie bookmaker, from overseas. 

As mentioned above, JuicyBet’s odds are one of the major drawbacks of this bookmaker. It’s pretty common for new betting sites to have quite average odds – they don’t generally have as much money and to get off the ground need bigger margins than their more established counterparts. For the time being, at least, it’s likely that their odds will remain towards the bottom end of the spectrum, but over the longer term, if they continue to develop in popularity their odds will probably get a little bit better. 

JuicyBet Racing

The racing experience on JuicyBet offers a mix of major strengths, but has a few significant drawbacks at the same time. Let’s start on a positive note, shall we?  
Finding races on their platform is really straightforward. Users can easily navigate to their desired races, making the overall experience user-friendly and accessible. This ease of finding races is a strong point, especially for users who value quick and hassle-free navigation​​​​, or those who are looking to place a last minute bet and need to be able to get to the page that they’re looking for quickly. 
In terms of betting markets, JuicyBet Australia offers the standard options that are commonly available across most bookies. This includes the usual win and place bets, along with some exotic options like Exacta, Quinella, Trifecta, and First Four. This means that whether you’re a new punter looking to keep it simple or an old hand trying out the exotics, there will be something for you.  
Also worth noting, and something which will likely be of more interest to the latter of those two aforementioned types of bettors, is the ‘blended’ option offered by JuicyBet. This will be detailed further in the following ‘Best Features’ section, but essentially it allows you to pick multiple runners to win a race – a great option if you’re to-ing and fro-ing between two runners but are confident that one of them will get up. 

Unfortunately, at some point we were going to have to touch on the negatives, so here it is. A significant concern with JuicyBet’s racing experience is the quality of their odds. The odds offered by JuicyBet are not particularly good, generally coming in right at the lowest end of the spectrum when compared to other sites, and in some cases even worse.  
This aspect of the site could be a major deterrent for bettors who are looking for value in their wagers. Lower odds, of course, mean less potential profit on winning bets, which could be a critical factor for those who bet regularly or with larger stakes​​, or even for those who just bet relatively regularly. 
In conclusion, while JuicyBet provides an easy-to-use platform with standard betting markets for racing, their average odds could be a significant drawback for many bettors. Still, they’ve got a bit to offer courtesy of the ‘blended’ platform they provide, and on occasions there are runners whose odds are a little more competitive, so if you do your research then can still be times when JuicyBet Australia is worth checking out.

JuicyBet Best Features

There isn’t a massive amount of obvious added features to JuicyBet which really helps them to stand out from the crowd, which is pretty commonplace for new bookmakers. Generally they are all pretty similar operations which can be hard to differentiate from one another, but here are a couple of things about JuicyBet which make them a little more identifiable.

Lots of markets for major leagues

As has already been mentioned and will be mentioned again in this JuicyBet review, the range of different sports that are on offer with JuicyBet is not the most comprehensive. BUT, among those sports that there are, there are a massive number of different markets available for you to bet on. Aside from offering basic markets for every professional league under the sun, JuicyBet also offers a huge range of different things to bet on for the biggest leagues. For the NBA, for example, there will be upwards of 500 markets for each game, ranging from head to head and line bets, through to bets on different player points, rebounds and assists totals, quarter and half markets, and a whole lot more. The same goes for other major leagues like the AFL, NRL and NFL. 

Streamlined mobile app 

The JuicyBet mobile app is immediately identifiable by the green and pink colour palette which is also on the website, but bells and whistles aside it is also a really simple app to use, as are most new betting apps these days. Navigating your way around it is relatively intuitive, and most importantly it functions really efficiently. There’s no need to worry about this slowing down your phone, randomly logging you out or any of the other myriad of issues which can present themselves with betting apps. The JuicyBet app is a really good one, and if you’re using this agency then you’ll probably find yourself using the app more often than the website itself. 

JuicyBet Sports Coverage

JuicyBet Australia doesn’t exactly have the greatest range of sports coverage, with only eight different sports on offer at the time of writing. There are, however, a few for which there are no markets right now but for which there are when it is relevant – Australian Rules Football being the most notable example – and for those sports for which there are markets, there is a hell of a lot on offer. We’ll go into more detail about this for specific sports in this section. 


With the NBA season in full swing at the time of writing, let’s kick things off with a look at the different basketball markets which JuicyBet offers. Upon clicking your way through to the basketball section of the website, you’ll be greeted with a massive number of different betting options, with markets for leagues from the United States of America through to Uruguay to bet on. The Uruguayan LUB, as you might have guessed, doesn’t offer all that much, with only three or four markets for each game. Buf if you want to bet on the NBA, you’ll have more than 500 different betting options to choose from for most matches, including a whole lot of player props. 

Australian Rules Football 

As mentioned, at the time of writing there isn’t a lot on offer in terms of footy – or ‘Australian rules’, if you’re from either New South Wales or Queensland. But given the AFL season is still months away from kicking off and the AFLW has just wrapped up, that’s pretty understandable. You’ll have a similar number of markets to what you get for the NBA when the AFL rolls around for each game, while AFLW options are limited to the basics like head to head and line bets. The odds, as they are across the board in JuicyBet’s sports section, aren’t particularly good, though they’re okay for player props. 


Tennis is an interesting one when it comes to betting, particularly with JuicyBet. There are markets for basically every professional event going around, so if you’re looking to place a head to head bet on anything from a Grand Slam final to an obscure matchup between two relative unknowns at a minor tournament, then you’ll be able to find it here. Beyond that, however, there isn’t much on offer. All of those minor tournaments basically just have head to head odds and nothing else, though of course, when the Grand Slams go around there are a whole lot more markets for each game. 


To the cricket now, which takes up a large portion of the Australian sporting landscape each and every summer, and courtesy of the rapid growth of the T20 game, now much of the rest of the year too. There are major matches on all throughout the calendar year, from Australian Test matches both at home and abroad to domestic T20 leagues around the globe. On JuicyBet you will find odds for all of them, though clearly the number of markets depends on the significance of the game. It’s worth noting that JuicyBet also isn’t particularly prompt in getting up their cricket markets – they’ll get there, but don’t expect to find odds for an upcoming game too far in advance of it starting. 

Rugby League 

When a large portion of Australia is focused on the AFL in the wintertime, the north-eastern states have their eyes on a different form of footy. The NRL takes precedence in both New South Wales and Queensland, and JuicyBet Australia certainly hasn’t neglected that part of the country when it comes to markets. They’ve got as many markets for the biggest rugby league in the world as they do for the AFL, while when State of Origin rolls around that number of markets gets even bigger. You will also find markets available for the women’s game, though the NRLW markets generally don’t extend past the most traditional of markets.

American Football

Admittedly, American football is not my thing, but it is the thing of plenty of sports fans around the country and the NFL is where they direct their attention. If you’re an NFL fan, head to the American Football section of JuicyBet and you’ll find markets both for the NFL, and for college football. You can place same game multis on each of these, though the selection for college football is at a couple of hundred per game; in contrast, you will find many hundreds of markets for the NFL, with that number boosted by a large number of player props. 

Do JuicyBet have any sponsorship deals?  

No, currently JuicyBet des not have sponsorship deals with any sporting teams. They do, however, partner with racing organisations from around the country.

Betting Markets and Types of Bets Available

So there you have it – a look at the major sports which JuicyBet Australia offers markets for, and how comprehensive an offering you can expect from them. Now let’s get a little bit more specific. Below, we go into more detail about the exact type of markets that you can bet on at JuicyBet. 

BetGalaxy Betting Markets 

  • Head to head bets 
  • Line bets 
  • Half bets 
  • Over/under total match point bets 
  • Player props 
  • Quarter bets 
  • Win/place racing bets 
  • Exotic racing bets (quinella, exacta, trifecta, first four) 

BetGalaxy Types of Bets Available 

  • Single bets 
  • Multi bets 
  • Same game multis 
  • Same race multis 

JuicyBet Mobile and App

Picture this: you're out and about, maybe hanging with friends, and you fancy having a punt. You haven’t brought your computer with you, of course, but that's where JuicyBet's app comes in. It's available for both Android and iOS, so pretty much everyone's covered. 
The app maintains the vibrant look of the website, sticking to JuicyBet's signature colourful theme. That may not add much to your chances of winning, but it does legitimately make it more enjoyable to use compared to the more bland apps out there​​. 
On the app, you can dive into all the sports markets JuicyBet has to offer – soccer, basketball, American football, and a few others. The list isn't massive, but what they offer for the sports that they do have is pretty comprehensive. Horse racing, of course, is also accessible on the app. 
The JuicyBet app design makes it super easy to navigate – you’ll never get lost trying to find your preferred betting options. Plus, you can access their customer support services on the app, including live chat, meaning you can easily get immediate help on the go. 
And as I always say when talking about betting apps, the most important thing is that it is FAST! An app can have all the bright lights and colourful fonts they like, but if it isn’t particularly responsive the reality is that you probably just won’t use it, and if you’re hellbent on using a mobile app to bet then that means you probably won’t use JuicyBet at all. 
Clearly, there is a lot at stake for betting agencies when it comes to ensuring that their app functions quickly and responsively, and JuicyBet’s does just that. 
Overall, the JuicyBet app is a pretty solid choice if you're into betting on the go. It's user-friendly, visually appealing, and offers a decent range of betting options. As long as you’ve got an iOS or Android device you can download it, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll end up using this more than the actual JuicyBet Australia desktop site. 

JuicyBet Banking

It’s never high on a new betting site’s list to have the most comprehensive list of payment methods, and that holds true with JuicyBet too. What they do offer, however, is a straightforward and user-friendly experience for customers looking to manage their funds.  
The JuicyBet banking system supports the most common payment methods. Currently, customers can make deposits using debit or credit cards, as well as through bank transfers, while for withdrawals, the platform exclusively offers bank transfers. 
For deposit transactions, the quickest option for punters is to use debit/credit card. This simply requires you to input your card details, and your deposit will be made immediately. 
Bank transfer isn’t quite as speedy, though it can be useful if you want there to be a gap between when you deposit and when the money arrives in your bank account. Generally it will take a day or two to arrive using this method, and obviously, instead of inserting your card details on JuicyBet you will insert your bank details. 
The minimum deposit requirement stands at a modest $10, making the platform accessible to a wide range of users, whether you’re looking to place big bets or much smaller ones. This low threshold means that punters can enjoy the services offered by JuicyBet without being hindered by high entry barriers. 
When it comes to withdrawals, the process only allows for bank transfers to be used. While this may limit the options available for cashing out, it is a common and secure method widely accepted in the online betting industry. Bank transfers provide a reliable way to transfer funds directly to a user's bank account, ensuring the safety and security of their withdrawals. 
Like with deposits, this will take a day or two to arrive in your bank account. Also in line with the depositing process, the minimum withdrawal sits at $10. 
There might not be a huge range of payment methods available with JuicyBet, but for most that won’t be a problem, and the simplicity of this banking platform contributes to an overall user-friendly environment. By focusing on widely accepted payment methods and setting reasonable minimums for both deposits and withdrawals, JuicyBet Australia makes it easy for punters to manage their funds, both when filling up their betting account, and when – hopefully! – filling up their bank account. 

Is JuicyBet Legal in Australia?

Would we review it if it wasn’t!? As we say on every review, at BettingTop10 we only review betting sites if they are licensed and registered in Australia, so JuicyBet unsurprisingly falls into that category as well. 
At the bottom of the JuicyBet home page you will find information about where those licenses and registrations come from, but since you’re here already we might as well tell you now! JuicyBet is registered with the Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission, while their gambling operations are governed by JuicyBet’s Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct, and in South Australia, by the South Australian Responsible Gambling Code of Practice. 
Underneath all of the above information you will also find some gambling help tools, should you need them. BetStop is a national gambling register which you can register with to prevent you from betting with both JuicyBet and every other licensed Australian bookmaker, while you can also click onto the Responsible Gambling Policy for information about other help tools available – including the JuicyBet deposit limit – as well as some info on how to reach other gambler’s help services.  

JuicyBet Customer Support

Customer support is the safety net that you need in times of trouble, and while it’s of course preferable to avoid ever needing them, if you use a betting site for long enough you’ll probably need to get in touch with them at some point. 
Like most new betting sites in Australia which use the BetCloud platform, JuicyBet’s customer support system is based around a couple of different methods of contact; live chat and email. 
Offering multiple channels for customer support is key for any betting site, with different modes of communication suitable for different issues. Live chat, for exsample, can be a convenient and efficient way for customers to get in touch with the support team, providing real-time assistance and quick responses. The fact that JuicyBet Australia is generally responsive and helpful in their live chat support is also pivotal; some other bookies have live chat but can tend to be a little slow to respond, which somewhat negates the whole point of live chat in the first place. 
The availability of live chat can be particularly beneficial for addressing immediate concerns or getting quick answers to queries, but you might not always have time to sit around chatting with a customer support agent to resolve your issues. 
For those who prefer a written communication method or have non-urgent inquiries, having email support as an option is also valuable. It allows customers to provide detailed information about their concerns and gives the support team the necessary time to investigate and provide thorough responses. 
You can access this through the desktop site by locating the ‘Contact Us’ button on the left-hand side of the page, which will bring up a pop-up with a few different tabs on us. Click on the one which says ‘Ticket’, type in your query and email address, and you’ll get a response within a day or two. Alternatively, you can just email them directly at [email protected]
Overall, a responsive and helpful customer support team can contribute significantly to the overall customer experience, helping to create a sense of trust of JuicyBet for their customers. Customer support is something that you don’t think about until you need it, and if and when that happens to you while using JuicyBet, know that there is a solid safety net in place to help you out.

JuicyBet How To

It’s time to wrap up this JuicyBet review with a couple of pointers on how to undertake some key things on the site. A couple of these are pretty simple and if you’re an experienced bettor, you’ll likely already know how to do them, but for newbies it might help to have some detailed instruction on how to get started.

How to sign up with JuicyBet 

If you’ve got a spare minute, it will probably be enough time for you to create an account with JuicyBet. It’s a super easy process, and this is how it’s done. 

  • Head to www.juicybet.com.au 
  • In the top right hand corner, in green, you’ll see a ‘Sign Up’ button. 
  • Click on this and you’ll be greeted with the below form. 

  • Fill in all of the details, which as you can see includes your name, date of birth and email, as well as a password for your account. 
  • Once you have done that, click the box at the bottom of the page stating that you acknowledge that you are over 18 and have read the terms and conditions, then click ‘Create My Account’, and you’re away! 

How to place a bet with JuicyBet 

Like signing up, placing a bet is something that betting sites obviously want to make as easy as possible. JuicyBet does exactly that, and this is how you place a bet with them. 

  • Log in to your JuicyBet account either on the mobile app or the desktop site. 
  • Take your time perusing the variety of markets they have on offer, and find the one that you think offers up a bit of value. 
  • Click on the odds that pertain to the bet you wish to place and you’ll see a betslip come up – on the desktop site this is just on the right-hand side of the page, while on your mobile app it will come up over the whole page. 
  • This betslip will show you what the bet is and provide a stake box for you to enter your stake into – once you do this, at the bottom of the betslip you will see confirmation of your stake amount and the estimated payout. 
  • If you’re happy with all of this, all you need to do is click ‘Confirm Bet’ and your bet will be on. 

How to send an email to JuicyBet 

Though live chat is my preferred method of contact with JuicyBet, sending them an email has its place if you don’t have time to resolve the query then and there, or have a more convoluted issue. There are a couple of ways you can send them an email, and we’ll run through them both below. 

  • Make sure that you are logged in to your JuicyBet account. 
  • The first way to contact them via email is to click on the ‘Contact Us’ button on the left-hand side of your page.  
  • This will bring up a pop up on the right-hand side of the page with a couple of tabs at the bottom – click on ‘Ticket’, enter your message and your email address, and you’ll get a response from JuicyBet generally within a day or two. 
  • Alternatively, JuicyBet also has an email address which you can just send an email to from your regular email account. That email address is [email protected] 

My name is Mike and I am a sports writer from Sydney, Australia with experience writing about a variety of differing sports. I have a particular passion for all things basketball, but I am always happy to cover anything and everything as is my love for sport!

JuicyBet Profile

Features: Lots of markets for major leagues, streamlined mobile app: 
Sports covered: Australian rules football, rugby league, golf, tennis, soccer, basketball 
Apps: Yes, available for iOS and Android 
Payment options: Debit/credit card, bank transfer 
Contact information: Live chat, email 

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