KTO.com made a name for themselves as a haven for all bettors who prefer to take the special bet route every once in a while. Even though they only entered the sports betting industry in 2018, they wasted no time in establishing a global influence. While the list of features offered is undoubtedly impressive, the question of their potential is still a realistic one. Do they have what it takes to become a mainstay for years to come? The answer depends on how KTO.com performs in various categories, so we’ve decided to see just how good they really are.
To test KTO’s customer support, we’ve decided to go all in. From a number of different emails, we’ve sent them 15+ questions, pertaining to various common problems that bettors are known to experience. Whether it’s live chat, phone or email, we were simply blown away by the agents’ helpfulness and more-than-noticeable will to help us find a satisfactory solution. Even though it’s obvious that they’re trained, nothing seems fake or forced - they’re polite and even crack jokes from time to time.
Website design is always a hard category to judge when grading a bookmaker. There are only so many solutions that can be used while still maintaining at least a semblance of originality. The black-white-red combo has been seen a gazillion or so times, but this layout is actually unique. With just a pinch of min green, KTO succeeded in highlighting the most important buttons and features. Still, we couldn’t help but think that everything is kind of jampacked.
Don’t get us wrong - we hate seeing space on the homepage just sitting idly, but there is a limit even when it comes to adding content. There is definitely a lot going on there, so the website as a whole isn’t highly usable. You lose valuable seconds discerning between inscriptions in the exact same font, every single time. While there aren’t bugs and the BetConstruct software is unsurprisingly great, KTO.com could use some extra space between sections. More multimedia content is welcome, too.
The payment options at KTO.com are great and don’t leave much to be desired. A large number of currencies are available, which is a testament to the brand’s international appeal. PayPal is missing, though.
Sports and Betting Odds
KTO offers many sporting events for users to place bets on. Among the covered sports are: soccer, tennis, basketball, volleyball, ice hockey, baseball, table tennis, handball, American football, Alpine skiing, Aussie rules, badminton, biathlon, boxing, cricket, cross country skiing, eSports, cycling, darts, Formula 1, golf, hurling, MMA, NASCAR, netball, politics, rally, Rugby League, Rugby Union, snooker, special bets, speedway, squash, surfing, TV Shows and Movies. Betting odds at KTO are competitive overall. Soccer betting margin is 3.9%, tennis betting margin is 5.1%, ice hockey betting margin is 4.7%, basketball with 5.0% and so on. The overall betting margin is 4.8%. These betting margins have been calculated using odds from different events in each sport. Please note that margins may be different from a sport to another, and even from a league to other.
It’s all about features with KTO.com. Our favorite would have to be the Multiview feature, allowing you to “bookmark” up to five events and follow their outcome for live-betting needs. You also get free live streams. They don’t just cover the most popular events, as we’ve caught quite a few snooker and ping pong events over the course of a week. Alternative markets are also abundant, with a focus on special bets. 40+ sports are more than enough for some continuous fun.
Security and Fairness
KTO.com has been granted a license by the Government of Curaçao and uses 128-bit SSL encryption for data protection. This is by no means an ideal situation, but it’s still impressive for a bookie that’s barely a year old.
You can find here a list of the most frequent questions regarding KTO, along with answers. While we are trying to keep the info up to date on this page, please note these details may change in time and is needed to double-check it with KTO website, where most info comes from.