Mybet Casino

MyBet sounds like a cool name for a website, especially one that offers seemingly endless casino games to play. So, we decided it was time to find out everything we could about it, to bring you a full review of it here. Welcome to our MyBet Casino review, which highlights everything you should know before you sign up.

Discover some of the big software brands at the bottom of the site

You can see them there, albeit in pale lettering. We spotted Microgaming and NetEnt, along with Gamomat, Quickspin, Play’n Go, and Yggdrasil. Expect several more to crop up too though.

What did we think of the casino lobby?

It’s big… filled with lots of categories covering all your favorite game types and a few others as well. There are categories for Megaways games, jackpot games, and popular and new games too. Take your time to explore the casino when you can, as it does give you the chance to learn more about it.

Join the casino and claim your welcome offer

This looks like a match bonus opportunity, although they do offer 10 spins to use on the Book of Dead slot game as well. That’s a neat deal to go for when you set up your casino account at MyBet.

Signup restrictions to be aware of

You need to go a distance down the terms and conditions page to learn more about these. Firstly, the minimum age is 18, although if you live somewhere that has a higher limit, you should make sure you stick with that instead. The T&Cs do have a list of banned countries, and this includes Australia, the UK, and the US, along with many other locations. They do also ask you to check your own laws, as even if your country doesn’t appear on the list, you may still not be able to play there.

Over 3,700 games to play and counting…

You’ll see titles highlighted in each of the game areas on the homepage of MyBet Casino. Right at the bottom of the page, you can see the All Games area, and this confirms there are more than 3,700 games you can try on the site. Quite the col

lection!

Choose from classic slots or regular slots

Both areas are well worth looking around, as you’re going to find lots of promising titles in each area. Look for the tiny filters option to the right of the page, as this gives you a chance to view them for a specific game studio.

Can you play some free games?

If you’re from a country that isn’t banned from using the casino, then yes, you can do this if you wish. Some game studios prohibit their titles from being played in certain locations, so you might end up with a message confirming this.

Plenty of entertaining paid games to look through

Since MyBet has thousands of games to look forward to, it becomes even more important for you to find the ones that fit your affordability level. Fortunately, we doubt anyone is going to have a problem finding something to suit.

You can find new slot releases in the new games area

Sure, there is a chance you might see other game types in there as well, as they’ve mixed everything in together. However, we could see loads of new slots appearing first, so it’s unlikely you’re going to get more than the odd game that falls into another category there.

Finding some promotions to claim at MyBet Casino

You can see the welcome deal on the landing page of the casino, but beyond that, they do have a slots promotions area you can visit. Unfortunately, this didn’t have anything to share, and we couldn’t find any other possibilities anywhere either.

Tournaments were mentioned in the URL of the slots promotions page

Yes, a curious clue perhaps… could there be tournaments coming up soon or at least occasionally? Our advice is to watch that page whenever you can in case something else does appear there.

We saw no mention of any winners

They might appear once you’re safely logged into your account, but that’s about as much as we can say.

No section for a rewards program

It would usually appear on its own page or within the promotions area, and we know how little we found there, so we guess we cannot expect to earn points at MyBet Casino.

No downloads necessary

MyBet works well on all screen sizes and devices, and since there is nothing to suggest any apps appear on the site, we guess you can just visit and log in no matter which device you’re on.

Is anyone allowed to play without registration?

You can’t if you’re from a prohibited country, but if you can sign up to the casino, there is a chance you might be able to access practice versions of the games (if available) before you join.

MyBet is an instant play casino

This means you can choose a game and get underway with it and not need to worry about downloads.

They don’t offer any affiliate links

Most sites of this type do have an affiliate program, but we found no evidence of one at this casino.

Sporting services are there as well

You’ll find a sports area at MyBet, along with virtual sports in another section of the site. This means you can use MyBet for all kinds of wagers, not just on your favorite casino games.

Blog/forum features don’t appear

We know many casinos don’t bother with them, so we weren’t surprised to find a lack of them at MyBet as well.

Don’t miss the MyBet live casino

The casino does have a live area that contains sections for blackjack and game show titles. You’ll also find areas covering baccarat, sic bo, and poker if you fancy something along those lines. You can see the minimum wagers for each table before you choose it, along with maximum bets too.

Deposit methods vary according to country

It looks like they do offer a range of cards and e-wallets though, so once you’ve set

up your account, you can enter the cashier area to see which methods are available to you.

The same applies when making a withdrawal

It’s impossible to tell you exactly which methods you might use, given the country-specific nature of some of them. So… log in and go from there, just as you would with depositing.

Bitcoin doesn’t seem likely

Some payment methods, including paysafecard, Visa, and Trustly, do appear at the foot of the site. MyBet would typically add Bitcoin if it used it, as this can be used across the world. The fact that it isn’t there makes it seem likely we cannot use it.

Look to the support area to receive some help

They begin with a query box and a list of the most common questions on the site. You can then view all the categories they have Q&A sections for. At the foot of that page, you’ll see you can either email them or use live chat if you still have questions.