As well as taking wagers on various sports, dabblebet offer their customers the ability to watch and bet on a wide range of events, particularly football. This service is available on desktop, mobile and tablet so it's well worth checking out what matches are being shown.
There's also cricket, snooker, darts and several other sports at various times of the year.
Do I need to bet on the game to watch it?
In short, no. If your dabblebet account is funded (i.e there is a positive balance on the account) or you've placed a bet within the previous 24 hours on any event, you'll be able to see the action unfolding.
For example, if you have a bet on a Saturday at 11am, even if your account no longer has a balance on it, you'll be able to tune into a wide range of sporting events across the next 24 hour period. Want to continue watching beyond that? Either top up your balance or place another wager.
Which competitions are available?
This service is a great opportunity for fans of the beautiful game. There's every Ligue 1 and La Liga game available, including those involving the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Villarreal. Whether it's El Clasico or PSG v Monaco, it'll be available to watch and bet on live.
What's more, the bookmaker can show matches that land in the broadcasting "blackout" between 3pm and 5pm on a Saturday afternoon where TV and satellite channels in the UK can't broadcast any live football, often causing issues for those who want to tune into high-profile European clashes that are scheduled during this window.
Keen to see games from further afield? There's African Nations Championship, Indian Super League and Copa Libertadores too.
How will I know what's on?
Every match that's available on the watch and bet service is now denoted by a TV symbol on the fixtures page. So, if you want to see what's coming up, just head to your favourite competition pages or the upcoming events tab on the homepage where you'll be able to see which games are on offer.
See something you like? Just click on the fixture and the coverage will begin to play shortly before kick off or immediately if it's already in-play.
How can I watch a game?
You can watch and bet on matches across a range of devices including desktop, mobile and tablet allowing punters to stay up to date wherever they are.
Which matches are available this weekend?
Here's a look at some of the highlights across the next few days - Kick off times in GMT
Friday 19th January
Getafe V Athletic Bilbao - 20:00 kick off
Saturday 20th January
Benfica v Chaves - 18:15 kick off
Fluminense v Botafogo - 19:00 kick off
Las Palmas v Valencia - 19:45 kick off
Sunday 21st January
Nice v Saint-Etienne - 14:00 kick off
Real Madrid v Deportivo La Coruna - 15:15 kick off
Monaco v Metz - 16:00 kick off
Real Betis v Barcelona - 19:45 kick off
Lyon v PSG - 20:00 kick off