Mr.Play has a huge range of sports for you to bet on, at time of writing some 30, including such specialist sports as “Bandy”. From their website they claim to focus on:
“football, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, volleyball, horse racing, greyhounds, Aussie rules, badminton, baseball, boxing, cricket, cycling, darts, e-sports, American football, futsal, golf, handball, MMA, motor racing, rugby league, rugby union, snooker, pool, speedway, surfing, table tennis, and more.”
What is clear though is that Football is where Mr.Play has focused its attention. It has matches from all around the World including from Nations which we have genuinely never seen before, you can bet anywhere from “Albania” to “Trinidad and Tobago” if there is a competitive football game taking place anywhere on the planet Mr.Play will have priced it up for you. The layout is fairly standard, but why change a winning formula? It is simple and practical to navigate and easy to get your bets on and know when they have been accepted.
Other sports are covered well but not to the same degree as football. Horse racing, the UK's most popular sport to bet on has coverage from every meeting in the UK, and you can bet early price from the morning of the race on most occasions.
Within each league or tournament, you shall find both match odds for individual games as well as outright bets (League Winner, Top Goal Scorer, etc). The markets for betting on a match are large and range from the standard correct scores, over/under, and Asian Handicaps to more creative and occasionally unique proposition bets such as “a player to hit the woodwork”, or “score from outside the box”.
The other sports coverage varies depending on the importance of the event, as to how much focus and attention, it gets, as well as how good the odds are and how high the limits are. A Major Masters golf tournament will be better served than a lesser open invitational event. The same formula is true across all of the sports.