SuperLenny Bookmaker Review

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SuperLenny was established in 2014 and by now punters are well acquainted with its cheerful mascot of the same name, half man and half deer. The bookmaker’s logo is – “Deer to bet different”, a rather creative and punny twist on the popular phrase. The website has an original and unique interface, with a very stylish and classy layout.

Company Details

Betit Operations Ltd, a company based in Malta is in charge of SuperLenny, whereas the online betting platform is run by MT SecureTrade Limited, a company which is also based in Malta, with plenty of experience in the industry and a licence issued by the Maltese authorities. Betit Operations Ltd is licenced by the UK Gambling Commission, which means that all UK punters can place bets under UK standards and regulations.

The website is available in several languages including, of course, English, as well as Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, German and Turkish. You may choose between decimal, fractional and American odds, and you may also select your time zone.

Bonuses and Promotions

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Unlike most other bookmakers that offer a standard welcome bonus and perhaps one, two or several other promotions SuperLenny doesn’t offer any bonuses, at least not for punters, casino players can claim a range of different bonuses.

However, SuperLenny offers Power Odds Specials. These are selections that are offered at significantly higher odds than usual. Different types of football betting selections can be offered at power odds, match betting selections, total goals (over/under), other common popular selections and even player specials can be offered at improved odds.

These offers become available one hour before the beginning on the event and betting closes by the time the event is about to start. You will need to react quickly as the difference in price can be tremendous. At the beginning of each week, SuperLenny announces which matches will be included in the Power Odds Specials offer for each day. Of course, the offer might change from time to time, but you will be able to find out before it’s too late.

Sports Markets and Odds Value

Below the ‘Quick Links’ menu, you will see the list of all sports that are available at SuperLenny. Next to each sport is the number of events that are available for betting. There are over 25 featured sports, including several eSports. Football is of course the most popular sport and it features the highest number of events, but punters also enjoy betting on tennis, rugby, basketball, American football and more. Betting on politics is also an option.

When it comes to football matches, there’s a variety of available markets. Most punters typically bet on 1×2 (match winner), but handicap and Asian handicap betting is also quite popular. In addition you may also bet on the total number of corners, which team will win more corners, which team will be leading at halftime, whether both teams are going to score and what will be the correct score. When it comes to individual player markets, you may bet on whether a player is going to score a goal, but it is also possible to guess the player who will score the first or the last goal of the match.

You can add selections to the betting slip by clicking on the provided odds for each of the selections that you’d wish to include. When there are multiple selections on the bet slip you can choose whether you wish to place single wagers on selections taken individually or multiple bets, or perhaps both types of bets. There’s also an ‘auto-accepts odds change’ option and if you select it, it means that you will accept any odd changes which happen from the moment when you place the bet, up to the point when the matches are about to start.

SuperLenny also offers live betting on a range of sports and events, and on the website you can also check teams’ and players’ statistics, as well as the current scores of all matches that are taking place at the moment. SuperLenny offers the cash out option for live bets placed on football matches. You can request cash out before the deal is settled.

Banking Options

SuperLenny accepts a range of payment options including credit/debit cards, e-Wallets, online bank transfer methods and prepaid cards, but it is also possible to fund your account via bank transfers. All deposits are processed instantly, except for bank transfers which take between 3 and 4 working days. Several currencies are accepted, including GBP, USD, EUR, NOK and SEK.

The maximum amount that you can withdraw is €50,000 (or currency equivalent) per 48 hours. If you wish to withdraw an amount higher than €2,000, SuperLenny will take extra measures and enforce additional security checks. You will need to verify your identity before your first withdrawal can be approved. SuperLenny doesn’t charge any deposit fees, but it does charge withdrawal fees and the fee amount may vary.

You can withdraw your winnings to your credit or debit card, to an e-Wallet, or directly to your bank account via bank transfer. Credit and debit card withdrawals take between 3 and 4 working days, just like bank transfers, whereas e-Wallet withdrawals are completed within 24 hours.

Customer Service

If you have any questions or queries regarding your betting experience at SuperLenny, you are free to contact the customer service team, either via email or via the provided live chat window. Customer support is available all day, every day.


SuperLenny is an online bookmaker with an unusual and intriguing design and graphics features. The offer is pretty much standard, and instead of bonuses you get improved odds for certain selections. Multiple payment methods are accepted, but there is a withdrawal charge. If you have any issues, feel free to contact SuperLenny’s customer support agents, who are available 24/7.


  • Power Odds Specials
  • Cash out option offered on live bets
  • Multiple payment methods accepted
  • 24/7 customer support


  • No standard bonuses or promotions
  • Horse racing not available
  • Charges withdrawal fees