TonyBet Review - Summary
TonyBet has been around for a decade now, and this is what they have to say about themselves, “TonyBet was founded in 2009 by world famous poker pro, businessman and politician Antanas Guoga, better known as Tony G. The company is now one of the fastest growing betting and online gaming companies in the world and although it is still young, it has extensive industry experience that was inherited from OmniBet. Founded in 2003, Omnibet was acquired by Tony G and rebranded to TonyBet in 2009.”
- 20-hour live chat, telephone, Facebook, and e-mail support team, FAQs, and intuitive interface
- 100% deposit welcome bonus up to £500 + 50 extra spins
- Minimum withdrawal of £10. Maximum withdrawal limit of £2,500
- Over 300 games including progressive slots like Divine Fortune and Arabian Nights
TonyBet is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Estonian Gaming Authority, and offers 20-hour customer support via telephone, live chat, Facebook, and e-mail.
Right, can I be honest with you? I’m very disappointed in what I see right here. Grey background and livery? Really? Since when has grey looked like anything other than boring and dull? Since never, that’s when.
But hey, I won’t be too harsh. The colours aren’t great, sure, but the navigational journey is more than excellent with a whole host of game categories which are as good as you’d find anywhere. And on top of that, the customer support is especially good. So two positives, one negative. Not bad.
Deposits and Withdrawals
TonyBet offer all the popular payment methods out there including Visa, Mastercard, bank transfer, PayPal, Bitcoin, ecoPayz, Euteller, GiroPay, Paysafecard, Skrill, Neteller, plus loads more.
The minimum withdrawal and deposit amount is £10. The maximum deposit limit is £2,000 and the withdrawal limit is £2,500.
300 games available here. I’ve seen more elsewhere, and I’ve seen less, but the quality we have here is pretty darn good featuring the likes of NetEnt, QuickFire, NYX, Evolution Gaming, Betgames, Quickspin, and Nolimit City.
And in terms of what exactly is on offer, we have progressive slots, video poker, table games, live casino and traditional slots. However, I have to say that in the progressive slots section we have only Divine Fortune and Arabian Nights – no Mega Fortune or Mega Moolah. Sorry.
8/10 casino this one, I’d say. Decent games, excellent payment methods, a superb navigational journey, and a great customer support team, TonyBet does well across the board.
There are a couple gripes I have, though. The first is the livery and the look of the site, it’s just very dull and boring – grey, not for me. Then second, the games – though there are some decent titles on there including the likes of Starburst, Jumanji, and Berrburst, there are a lack of progressive titles, and progressive titles are where you win the dollar! Why have so few? It’s not fair!
So yeah, all in all, very good in most areas, but lacking in a couple. That’s why I said 8/10. Not bad, but could be better.
Author: Tom M.
Tom has been creating online content for over 10 years now starting way back as a small, impressionable 16-year-old. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.