Betclic, founded in 2005 by Nicolas Beraud, is a French online gambling company with offices in Bordeaux and Malta.

Betclic is licensed by the GB Gambling Commission and registered for gambling in France, Italy, Sweden, Portugal and Poland.

Within five years of their existence, they held 35-40% of the market share in France for online gambling, thus becoming the largest online bookmaker in France at the time.

In 2016 they became the first company to be awarded a sports betting licence in Portugal, with many other well-known brands such as Betfair opting not to apply at that time.

Football fans may be familiar with Betclic as their logo has been sported across the shirts of big European clubs such as Lyon, Marseille and Juventus. Since 2018 when they obtained a Polish gambling licence, they have also been the shirt sponsor of Piast Gliwice and Lechia Gdansk.

Betclic offers an affiliate program which involves all brands under the Betclic Everest umbrella where you can earn a minimum of 30% commission. If you want to join, you can find out more at their website

There is no public information to show how many customers use Betclic.

BetClic Pros

  • Wide line
  • Average odds
  • Average maximum bets
  • Good welcome bonus

BetClic Cons

  • No call centre support

Min. Bet

Max. profit

Support channels

Email, Live Chat


Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish


Euro, British Pound, Hungarian Forint, Polish Zloty


PC, Mobile, Tablet

Mobile App

Android, iPhone


Alpine skiing, American football, Athletics, Aussie rules, Badminton, Bandy, Baseball, Basketball, Beach volleyball, Boxing, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Field hockey, Floorball, Futsal, Golf, Handball, Horse racing, Ice hockey, Martial arts, Motor racing, Politics, Pool, Rink hockey, Rowing, Rugby, Sailing, Snooker, Soccer, Squash, Swimming, Table tennis, Tennis, Trotting, Volleyball, Water polo, Winter sports


According to Betclic’s live chat service, the only option for odds display is in decimal format. When asked will there be any chance of changing to European style format, the reply was very definitive “this is the format we are using and have no plans to change”. is available to customers from the UK. and are both available to customers from France and Portugal. Another portal has recently been established for Poland, available at

In the My Account section, you can access your card information stored on the Betclic database. Your registered debit and credit cards can be deleted and added here as you wish.

Limits can be placed on customer accounts at any time at the discretion of Betclic according to their Terms and conditions. We do not envisage this happening as long as users follow the rules.



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