Range of Sports: As of the time of this review, there are just about 14 games featured on the sports section of the betting platform. These sports include football, basketball, cricket, ice hockey, volleyball, handball, darts and tennis to mention a few.
For football, they have a good selection of football leagues across different countries and continents.
Surprisingly, they boast a decent coverage regarding betting options for other sports as well. With their wide selection of sports, punters are not limited to a particular sport or league when looking for what to wager on.
However, the virtual games section of the platform is very disappointing. There are just two leagues to play and most of the times takes ages to finish loading.
Live casino is also non-existent on the platform. This missing factor will make the bookie lose a large chunk of punters who would have patronized them.
They have a jackpot category on their menu but upon clicking the section, it redirects back to the homepage. This is poor from them and something they must work on soon enough.
Finally, the user interface is very basic. The blue and white colour themes used gives it a somewhat dull overall outlook. On the flip side, the website is not difficult to navigate around.
Range of Bets and Markets: Nothing gets a punter excited as seeing a plethora of options to bet on. It makes them feel uncaged and gives them the thrill that having choices is known to elicit. This is why most bookies don't joke with options. They make sure their sites are packed with the right amount to satisfy the wide range of punters they have.
Chezacash is not particularly unaware of the perks of enlisting a wide array of options. A sneak peek at their options shows that they do know what they are doing. However, there is always room for improvement in that regard.
It is also pleasing that the distribution of options across the different sports categories seems even and not one-sided. For example, most football events have about 100 options featured, while basketball and rugby events have like 80 and about 25 betting options respectively. This is quite commendable considering how most bookies are more invested in football than any other sport.
For punters who are keen on football, they can wager on interesting options like "multigoal", "last goalscorer", "handicap", "which team to score", "1st half - total 0.75" and more.
Furthermore, for punters who are more into basketball, there is a wide range of options to pick from too. Options like "highest-scoring quarter", "1st quarter - 1x2", "winning margin (incl. Overtime) are available for the hoops lovers.
Betting limits: The amount of money you can place on a bet should be enough for most. Although, like you’d expect from a bookmaker nowadays, the limits are getting chopped when it comes to betting on lower leagues, but that’s the case on the whole industry.