Tipbet Casino Review
Tipbet is an all-in-one gaming site with a sportsbook, eSports and casino products. Even though it’s first and foremost a sports betting site, it does have a competitive casino that’s worth considering, especially if you’re into both types of gaming. It’s a sponsor to several football and basketball clubs, and home to quality Microgaming content and life-changing jackpots. The site comes in English, Turkish, German and Greek, has a strong EU license and a fair amount of banking options. Here’s some more highlights on the casino and Tipbet’s service in general.
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Tipbet offers two casino-related bonuses, except any exclusive deals. One of them is a no-deposit promotion in the form of free spins, which is credited to all new registrants. Simply apply the bonus code provided and use the spins on one of the few acceptable slots from Microgaming. The wagering requirements and the rest of the T&C are average at best.
Then if you decide to make your first deposit, then the casino has another bonus in store for you. This time it’s a regular match bonus, which is subject to a similar bonus policy as the signup deal. Unfortunately for some, table games don’t qualify towards the rollover at all.
The casino platform should be powered by Platin Gaming, while the games are all from Microgaming’s Quickfire. There’s no download required, whether you play from desktop or mobile. Before logging in, you’re free to browse around and try most of the games in demo with no strings attached. The lobby experience is a bit awkward and tiresome, although there’s plenty of handy tools and filters that you can use to find a game you like in no time.
Some of the most popular slots at Tipbet Casino and generally from Microgaming are slots like Ariana, with expanding symbols and Free Spins, Avalon II, which is a quest in itself, as well as classics and their modern variations like Bar Bar Black Sheep and Break da Bank Again. Branded games like Hitman and Hellboy are in the mix as well, although not all Microgaming releases have made it to Tipbet Casino. The good news is that mega jackpots, like Mega Moolah, are readily available too.
Table and card games are in the mix as well, including blackjack, roulette, baccarat and craps, to name a few. Unfortunately, live casino is not an option at this time.
Tipbet Casino is operated by Tipbet Ltd, which is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority.
Accepted payment methods include Visa, MasterCard and Maestro, Skrill, Neteller, paysafecard, ecoPayz, giropay and SOFORT. Only EUR is accepted and since each withdrawal request is being dealt with manually, it can take up to 3 business days for them to process the payment. Also note that only one free withdrawal can be made per week as the rest are subject to a fixed fee of €5.
Unfortunately, Tipbet doesn’t have a live chat, and the main contact method is email. But how quickly it takes them to reply on average is a mystery.