Mr Green Sports Betting Guide

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Mr Green Sports has been entertaining sports fans since 2008 with a combination of competitive odds, statistics, and sports betting promotions. However, before you click the sign-up button and claim our welcome bonus, we want you to be as prepared as possible. To help you get the most from your time online, here’s everything you need to know about sports betting with Mr Green Sportsbook.

How to Bet on Sports at Mr Green in 5 Steps

To start your sports betting journey with Mr Green Sports and take advantage of the best odds, follow these simple steps:

1. Create your an account with Mr Green Sports. *You must be at least +18.

2. Go to the cashier page and choose a secure deposit option.

3. Make a deposit and go to the sports betting lobby.

4. Choose a sport and tap the odds next to the pick you like the look of.

5. Go to the bet slip, input your stake, and lock in the bet.

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What Can You Bet on at Mr Green Sports?

You can bet on dozens of sports and, therefore, thousands of sporting events at Mr Green every month. From popular sports such as football and horse racing to niche sports such as lacrosse, there’s something for everyone. To give you a taste of what you can expect, here are the sports you’ll find market-leading odds for at Mr Green Sports:

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Pre-Event vs. In-Play Betting

There are various ways to bet at Mr Green Sports. For example, you can make your picks before an event starts: this is known as a pre-event bet. Alternatively, you can also make bets while an event is in progress. These types of bets are known as ‘in-play’ or ‘live bets’ and they offer a slightly different experience because the odds are constantly changing in line with the action.

Regardless of whether you’re making pre-event or live bets, however, here are some of the ways you can bet at Mr Green Sports:

  • Outright win bet
  • Each-way bet
  • Accumulator bets (multiple bets put together)
  • Props
  • Half-time/Full-Time
  • Score bets
  • Handicaps
  • Over/under bets
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Betting Odds: How to Read Numbers

Betting odds come in a variety of formats. In the UK, the dominant format is fractional odds. In Europe, sports bettors typically use the decimal system, and, in the US, American odds formatted with either a ‘+’ or a ‘-‘ are commonplace.
With international differences in mind, here at Mr Green Sports, we’ve made it easier than ever to adjust the odds format based on your personal preferences. To help you decide, here’s how to read the odds in three different ways:
Fractional Odds
England vs. France:

  • England: 10/13
  • France: 7/2

When it comes to fractional odds, the number on the right of the slash (/) is the amount you have to bet in order to win the amount on the left. In the above example, you’d need to bet $13 on England to win $10 i.e. 10/13. In contrast, you need to bet $2 on France to win $7.
You don’t have to bet the amount on the right. This is just a guide. For example, if you want to bet $5 on France, you’d stand to make a profit of $17.50:

  • Odds: 7/2
  • Stake: $5
  • 5/2 = 2.50 X 7 = 17.50

So, what you can see in the above calculation is your stake ($5) divided by the bet denominator ($2) and multiplied by the counter (7).
Decimal Odds
England vs. France:

  • England: 1.77
  • France: 4.5

Decimal odds act as multipliers. In the above example, England is 1.77. That means your total return will be 1.77X the amount you bet. So, if you stake $10, you’d get back 10 X 1.77 = $17.70. This means you’d make a profit of $7.70.
American Odds
England vs. France:

  • England: -130
  • France: +350

American odds are based on multiples of 100. In other words, the numbers shown tell you what you’ll win if you stake 100 units. So, in this example, if you bet $100 on England at -130, you’ll make a profit of $76.92.
When you get your stake back, this means your total return is $176.92. When you bet $100 on France, you’d make a profit of $350 for a total return of $450. It’s easy to see why you get $450 for a winning bet on France: 350 X 100 = 450.
Because the odds for England are a minus number (-130), the calculation is slightly trickier:

  • 100 stake / 130 odds = 0.7692
  • 0.7692 X 100 stake = $76.92 profit
  • $76.92 profit + $100 stake = $176.92
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Sports Betting Tips

Sports betting can be a great way to have fun and add something extra to football, tennis, basketball, and any other events you enjoy. However, it’s also important to understand that nothing is guaranteed.
Even if you make what you consider to be the right picks, results won’t always go your way. In fact, it’s this uncertainty that makes sports interesting. For example, you might feel like the wager you’ve made is the best one based on the current dynamics.
However, even if that is the case (in your opinion), that doesn’t mean you’ll win. Anything can happen in betting, just as anything can happen in sport. Therefore, if you’re going to make a deposit and play the odds, you have to be prepared for every eventuality.
As long as you’re willing to embrace the uncertainty of betting at Mr Green Sports, winning or losing won’t matter as much. Of course, even if we accept that losing is a possibility and that sports betting should be entertaining, we all want to win.
With this in mind, here are three ways to improve your potential in the betting arena. Again, nothing is guaranteed. The following sports betting tips won’t make you a winner. However, they can certainly help you maximize your time online and get the most from Mr Green Sports

Always Do Your Research

Sports betting is as much about stats and facts as personal experience and feelings. You certainly need to have some sort of passion for the sport you’re betting on, as well as some prior knowledge. However, as important as these insights are, there’s no substitute for data.
Before you place a bet, you should consider recent results, head-to-head stats, team/player data, and tips from experts. You can also watch footage of recent events to get a visual overview of how the competitors performed. In short, there’s a wealth of information available in sports and, as a bettor, you should make use of it to guide your decisions.

Always Be Open to Offers

We’ve explained how sports betting can be an uncertain activity. There can be times when you’re up, and times when you’re down. These swings can have an impact on your bankroll, so it’s always a good idea to look at the latest bonus offers.
After logging into your Mr Green Sports account, go to the promotions page and you’ll see a list of offers. From odds boosts and cashback to deposit bonuses, you’ll have plenty of ways to earn free bets. There are some caveats to consider. For example, sports betting promotions come with wagering conditions that require you to complete certain tasks such as hitting a betting target.
Something else to consider is that betting bonuses may only be open to certain customers. The Mr Green Sports betting welcome bonus, for example, is only available to new and eligible customers.
Finally, it’s important to remember that promotions are added extras. They shouldn’t be your sole focus and you shouldn’t bet more than you can afford just to unlock bonus credits.

Always Bet Responsibly

The final sports betting tip that everyone needs to implement into their overall strategy is bankroll management. In fact, this tip applies to all forms of gambling, from casino gaming and sports betting to poker and bingo. You should never risk more than you can afford.
Before we give you some figures to work with, let’s define the term bankroll. In gambling, a bankroll is money you have available to bet on your chosen sport or game. The money you set aside for gambling should be money you can afford to lose. That doesn’t mean you want to lose it or that you will lose it. However, you should be prepared to lose it all.
That means it shouldn’t be the money you need. It should be spare cash that would otherwise be used for entertainment purposes. Any money that’s required for daily life shouldn’t be considered part of your bankroll.
As a general rule, the amount you wager on a single event should be the equivalent of 1% of your bankroll. You may want to play around with this percentage slightly, but 1% is a good baseline. So, if you have $1,000 in your bankroll, your average bet should be $10. Working with percentages means that the actual amount you’re staking will move up and down in line with your bankroll.

Enjoy Mobile Betting at Mr Green Sports

If you want to bet on sports via your mobile, use our registration link and become a Mr Green Sports customer today. Once you’ve created an account, use the advice in this guide to get maximum enjoyment from your time online.

Sports Betting FAQ

Is Mr Green Sportsbook safe?

Yes. Mr Green Sports is not only safe but 100% legal thanks to licenses from recognized gambling regulators.

Can I get bonuses at Mr Green Sports?

Yes, you can. There are plenty of ways to get free bets and extra value at Mr Green Sports, including odds boosts, deposit bonuses, and cashback rewards.

Can I make bets using my mobile at Mr Green Sports?

Yes! Mr Green Sports is a mobile-first sportsbook, which means our software is optimized for all smartphones and tablets. As well as an optimized mobile website, you can download the Mr Green Sports iOS or Android app.