The website of Marathonbet looks more functional than attractive. It looks like they want their customers to focus on numbers and bets rather than look for aesthetics and beauty. However, their quick refreshes in content give users a more real-time betting experience.
The colour scheme on their website is pretty monotonic. They have used a three-column layout, where the left hand side focuses on sports listing, the odds can be found in the middle while the right hand side is dedicated to betting slip. Moreover, there is a drop down menu on the sports navigation feature. You can see all the applicable leagues of a single sport by clicking on it. For example, if you’d like to see leagues in Football you simply click on the Football area and it will make all the leagues appear below it and this panel would have its own scroll bar so everything else remains intact in front of you.
Marathonbet also offers a mobile version of its website, which they developed in 2013. Their mobile version is equally functional than pretty. This means that the company is focused more on its functional part and speed in content updates rather than its style. However, it looks like they will be focusing on its look and feel also to make it more interactive and user-friendly for customers. The feature Quickbet on the mobile website allows users to bet in two caps. They can also use the filter A-Z view to have a look at the sports available for betting.