How easy to the eye is the Tempobet website?
The Tempobet website has a very unique landing page which looks a bit old fashioned but is very uncluttered. The top section of the home page is split into two sections. The left side holds an image slider with information about the teams they sponsor, while on the right you have a plain area with a single live event advertised.
What struck us straight away was that this live event had 322 seperate markets you could bet on. We have not seen this with any other online sportsbook we have reviewed.
The main menu only has two items, and they are Live & Sports. You can pick one of those. This is a good thing as there is not much going on with the page. It is a simple decision for the user.
Now when we go deeper into the Sports section this is very different to the standard layouts you see with other sportsbooks (3 columns)
Tempobet features 4 columns and these show the sports on the left, next column shows the events for that sport and the third column shows the markets for the event you choose. From a user perspective this is brilliant as it makes it very easy to find a market to bet on. The fourth column is the bet slip column.
The negative about this page is the colour scheme. The white and grey layout means you have to scan a little before understanding the layout. It would be good if they bolded and coloured certain sections. It would not take long to get used to the interface, but these are our initial obsevations.
27 March 2020
I am member of tempobet since 2008. This site used to be very good. After 11 days they did not send my money via bank. Live chat is useless. Withdraw takes too long. Tempobet(TR): 5070432