10Bet Review - Summary
10Bet is an experienced casino, having established itself in 2003. They’re also the principal sponsor of Blackburn Rovers and official betting partner of West Brom, two of the oldest clubs in English football history. With all that pedigree, you can be sure 10Bet are a trustworthy casino to play with.
- 24/7 live chat, telephone, and email support team
- £1000 bonus package (see below for more info)
- Minimum deposit of £15, withdrawal of £10, and no maximum deposit limit
- 650+ games from the likes of Microgaming, NetEnt, and PlayNGo
10Bet is operated by Blue Star Planet Limited and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.
Much like Fansbet, 10Bet’s main focus is their sportsbook. But the casino is as sleek as they come!
Entering the casino is a click away and the design follows on from the sports betting page. But the main difference is a change of colour – opting for a deep grey-purple throughout. There’s a nice slider at the top discussing the awesome welcome bonus and cashback offer. The most popular slot games are presented by default but you can filter them by newest and alphabetically as well as by provider. God bless a quality filter! Scrolling down, there are more categories and you’ll start to realise just how many games there are to choose from (more on that later).
Thanks to the clean design, everything runs smoothly on desktop and mobile. The mobile experience is slightly different when accessing the casino. You have to click on the hamburger button in the top left corner, select Gaming, and then choose from the different Casino sections. A mild inconvenience, I guess.
Deposits and Withdrawals
10Bet has all the popular payment methods: PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, PaysafeCard, Bank Transfer, and Skrill to name a few.
The minimum deposit amount is £15, and the minimum withdrawal amount is £10. There’s no max deposit and no max withdrawal either.
I mentioned the array of games before but now I can go in-depth. The most popular are some of our favourites as well: Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Mega Moolah, and Vikings all feature at the top of the Casino page ready for your spinning fingers. Besides the big guns – Microgaming and NetEnt – you also get games from the likes of PlayNGo, Pragmatic, and Red Tiger (makers of Mayan Gods). And look at that, you can play Mayan Gods at 10Bet as well!
But let’s discuss that welcome offer and what it entails. You can receive up to £1000 with 10Bet’s bonus package in the following way:
- 100% as your first bonus (up to £100)
- 50% as your second bonus as a mobile-only deposit (up to £300)
- 25% as your third bonus as a mobile-only deposit (up to £600)
10Bet have done a fantastic job. If I was Bruno Tonioli from Strictly Come Dancing, I’d flash my 10 card with flamboyance!
The site is a dream for the eyes for so many reasons. There’s a certain prestige with the 10Bet brand overall, with its connection to Blackburn Rovers and West Brom and that welcome offer of up to £1000 is… well, grand!
10Bet being a PayPal casino is a nice touch as PayPal is one of the biggest payment methods in the world right now. Low minimum deposit/withdrawal amounts and no max amounts is also a tasty bonus to playing. And then the awesome games to play! I can’t think of anything to criticise about the casino at all. Over to you, Bruno.
Author: Luke Davis
Luke Davis is a copywriter and blogger based in Nottingham, UK. He writes for his own blogs, covering everything from music to culture, tech, and sports. His interests include Pokémon and modernist architecture. When he's not writing, he's a music producer and always finds an excuse to insert a Simpsons reference into conversation.