10Bet was set up in 2003, initially as a sports bookmaker, but now offers casino and live casino games alongside its core sportbook product. The company is licensed in the UK with headquarters in Malta and attracts customers from all over the world.
Until recently, 10Bet’s live casino was powered by a mixture of Microgaming and GamesOS (formerly CTXM) software, but it now uses Evolution Gaming for all its live casino games.
Evolution is one of the leading providers of online casino software, with 10Bet showing that it's certainly taking live casino seriously by working with this high flier.
Speed and performance are of a high quality, with the live casino environment taking up most of the screen to bring the casino experience to your room. Having just one provider for all games means you get a consistent experience across the board.
10Bet’s live casino can be accessed directly from the top menu on the homepage, so you can be up and running with your game in a matter of seconds.
While the sportsbook area of the website is quite cluttered, the live casino area is easy to navigate, with a promotion banner going across the top and the selection of games below it.
When you select a game, it opens as a window rather than a new page, which is not obvious at first. To return to the live casino homepage you need to close the window rather than clicking back. Players are presented with a typical live casino environment, consisting of realistic visuals and a dealer to replicate the Las Vegas experience.
Currently, there are five types of live casino games on offer at 10Bet, namely roulette, blackjack, baccarat, sic bo, and casino hold'em. There are also a feww variants within each one but if you're just looking for a standard casino game then 10Bet ticks the box.
All of 10Bet’s games are instant play rather than being downloadable and can be played for ‘fun’ – though you still need an account to do so.
They can also be played on the mobile website, which works on any Android or Apple smartphone or tablet, using the same login as the main site. If you're an Apple user, you have the option of downloading the 10Bet app from the App Store.
New players who deposit a minimum of £/€/$15 can double their money with 10Bet’s 100% Welcome Bonus. The website also runs other monthly promotions, giving players the chance to win free spins and bonuses, so check the promotions page to see what the current offers are. There are exclusive bonuses for mobile players, too.
For deposits, 10Bet accepts VISA and MasterCard credit and debit cards, with no fees for either. Alternatively players can deposit using PayPal, NETELLER, Skrill, ecoPayz, bank transfer or cheque.
The same options are available when it comes to taking money out. Withdrawals take 3-5 days for card or PayPal transactions while NETELLER, Skrill and ecoPayz only take up 1-2 days. Processing times for bank transfer and cheque withdrawals are naturally slower and have a higher minimum amount of £25.
If you have any issues or queries, 10Bet’s support team can be contacted 24/7 via email or using the contact form on the website. 10Bet aims to respond to all enquiries with 24 hours.
Customers in the UK can also contact them on a freephone telephone number and there is a handy FAQs section on the website that answers some of the most common questions.
10Bet takes security seriously and uses a number of measures, including 128-bit SSL encryption on financial transactions and auto timeout, to protect its users.
While 10Bet is primarily a sports bookmaker, its live casino offering is certainly not to be scoffed at. The game selection is not the widest but the games you would expect are there and it has some strong software behind it in Evolution Gaming.
In addition, the neat mobile website means that mobile players can enjoy the same live casino experience as those on a desktop.
|powered by a mixture of Microgaming and GamesOS (formerly CTXM) software||limited game selection|
|live casino environment takes up most of the screen to bring the casino experience to your room||not the fastest load times available|
|realistic visuals and a dealer to replicate the Las Vegas experience|
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