10Bet Casino Review

10bet-logoWhen you first visit 10Bet, you’d be forgiven for thinking that all the site offers is sports betting, as that’s the first page you’re presented with. However, this seasoned brand has many components to is, which include that of casino activities. This is one of the older websites in the industry, and one that primarily offers games from Playtech, though other providers are also involved. From what we can tell, there’s many elements that make this a great company to play with, but only by testing it for ourselves will we know whether that’s definitely true.

Company Background

If you want to know more about 10Bet and who runs it, that’ll involve doing some research away from the gaming website, mainly because there’s no About Us page to investigate. Finding information is extremely simple though; when we did it, we discovered that a Maltese company called Blue Star Planet Ltd are the owners. What is more, that there’s a total of three licenses that are in operation. One from the UK Gambling Commission, another from Curacao, and then one from the Malta Gaming Authority. In having all these licenses, it should mean that more countries are able to play with the label.

While you could argue this is true, there’s still plenty of restricted countries when it comes to 10Bet, such as the United States, France, Turkey, and Belgium. This isn’t the full list, of course, but a brief snippet of the many other territories named. To see the full list you can search online, or have a look at the Terms and Conditions, as they’re normally mentioned there.

Promotions

To go along with the flashy looks, 10Bet also has some snazzy offers, the most important (to newbies, that is) being that of the Welcome Bonus. This reward consists of three separate offers, potentially resulting in bonus monies worth £1,000. Players will need to register, then make a deposit of £15 or more, while also using the code TRIO1, which in turn will give you the 100% match up. Thereafter, you’ll need to input code TRIO2 to get 50%, and TRIO3 to get a further 50% after that. All of these rewards include a 30x wagering requirement.

There is also another welcome offer available, though this one is strictly reserved for high rollers; customers can only access it by inputting a specific amount of cash. Over £500 to be exact, which is quite a large sum of money for most regular gamers. If you should possess the funds to do this, login and deposit with code GOLDEN50. Once you’re done with getting all the newcomer goodies, you can then get stuck into the regular favourites, like the Weekly Wonders or Sunday Special Free Spins. They pretty much do as they say on the tin.

At this time we couldn’t see any special clubs available, though there is a Promo Hall of Fame for those dedicated to taking part in tournaments and promotional materials. You need to check in on a regular basis to see if there’s any more opportunities for you to join in on.

Software

In regards to the developers involved, 10Bet Casino has Playtech, iSoftBet, and NetEnt all involved, with Playtech arguably being one of the most well known out of the brands mentioned. In having this fine array of labels, customers get the chance to tailor their experience to their interests. This in turn should mean they’re more inclined to game with 10Bet rather than moving on to elsewhere.

The titles are split into numerous sections, with the interface designed to make navigating the high volume of activities all the easier. You can choose from Slots, Live Casino, and Video Poker, as well as many more subsections. Punters can even favourite their titles to create a playlist that is totally of their making, allowing for a much smoother playthrough the second time around. All these little finishing touches help bring those Playtech and NetEnt titles to life.

Some of the activities can be played via your mobile phone, just make sure to look out for the little phone icon that appears on compatible thumbnail images. Furthermore, should you be looking to play for free, you’re in luck as most of the games are available in this version, without signing up.

Banking

Banking, much like the rest of the site, has been streamlined for your convenience; all the information you could need is found in the appropriate section. Not only does it make everything easier to find, but it also makes the info given more concise and to the point. Upon reviewing the page, you’ll be presented with a list of methods for deposits, and then another for the withdrawals. Each of the options allow credit/debit cards and ewallets, though there’s less choice when it comes to withdrawals, which frequent online gamblers will be used to.
None of the methods appear to have any fees attached, though the bank transfer one does state that it’s at the lender’s discretion. Moreover, most of the initial allocations of money, taking out or inputting, only require a min of £5 or more, depending on the brand you finally decide upon. As for currencies enabled, there’s plenty of them, ranging from British Pound Sterling to African Rand to Kronor to Euros – there’s a lot of diversity.

Contact

Help can be found listed inside a menu found to the left of the screen; upon clicking the option you’ll receive a contact telephone number and an email address. If you’re playing from within the UK, there’s a toll free number to call, allowing you to avoid nasty charges when dealing with an issue. The options detailed are open 24 hours a day, providing customer care around the clock.

It’s not that we’re not impressed by the dedication of the brand, more that we’d have liked more support to go alongside the ones already given. Where’s the live chat? Due to contemporary trends and social media, having instant access to help is pretty much a must. Without it, it can date a brand no end.

Conclusion

All in all, this Playtech friendly casino is another good one to add to your gaming list; it delivers many types of titles, and provides an ample supply of payment methods in order for you to do so. And although we feel that the support could be improved, it has nothing to do with the service, and more with the team needing to expand to cater to more tech savvy customers.