Bet-at-home is a new, no-download casino site which has pretty much well everything you’d ever need under the one ‘roof’ so to speak. All the great and popular slots, impressive jackpots, a fine suite of table games, live dealers … and that’s before we get on to the sports betting and poker rooms!
Looking at the languages offered by bet-at-home offer, it seems they’ve spread their net far and wide so far as customer base goes, with languages as diverse as Greek, Swedish, Italian and Bulgarian on offer, as well as English, naturally enough, so ‘at home’ can be a whole load of differing locations when playing here!
Bet-at-home are based on Malta and regulated by the LGA (the Maltese gaming authority) which is a sure sign of quality.
The welcome bonus at bet-at-home is a pretty standard 100% worth up to 100, which has to be played through x40 over 28 days. There are other generous bonuses too…
Poker newcomers to bet-at-home can grab a whopping 1,000 bonus to kick off their poker careers!
As well as other sports betting bonuses, bet-at-home carries 2 of the most intriguing promos we’ve seen in a while.
The first, and more straightforward one is that they offer 50 to the biggest winner of the day, every day! But these often go unnoticed and unclaimed (you have to claim your bonus by 23.59 CET on the day in question if you’re the biggest winner that day) and instead of resetting, bet-at-home simply add 50 to the total and it continues.
At the time of writing this had gone unclaimed for so long the tally was up to 700, and the previous claimed bonus had been worth 900, so it’s worth keeping tabs on this tally!
Bigger yet is the offer of a Porsche 911 for the player who ‘holds out’ the longest — to do that you have to bet every single day, and the last man (or woman) standing gets a Porsche 911 worth around 100,00!
Naturally this prize is a bit more tantalizing and in fact it has been running since 2008, but join the race and it could be you!
Games from the ubiquitous NetEnt abound at bet-at-home (which is a good thing!) with all the major slots, and the same goes for the table games like Roulette and Blackjack, as well as Keno and the scratchcards, so there’s a familiar and trusted look and feel to the games for seasoned players, as well as their being easy-to-use for newcomers.
As we’ve already said, bet-at-home boasts an impressive array of games with something for everyone, so without repeating ourselves too much, you can find all the great NetEnt classics including Starburst, Reel Rush, Magic Portals and Mega Joker.
And the new NetEnt games that have been taking the online world by storm, such as Secret of the Stones and Twin Spin are here.
Then NetEnt powered table games like Roulette (in European and, yay!, French versions) vasious types of BlackJack including single deck and classic, and Omaha, Hold ‘em, Caribbean Stud and other types of poker, Baccarat and Pontoon are all much in evidence.
Other games including Keno, scratchcards and Bingo are here too.
And all this before we get to the easy-to-use live dealer casino with the usual table games, sports betting section which covers all the major (and many of the minor) sports, live, as-it-happens sports betting and more, so there really is something for everyone.
What about the big payers? Well the jackpot section at bet-at-home includes Mega Jackpot which was standing at over half a million Euros at the time of writing, and similarly high figures can be found on Arabian Nights and Geisha Wonders in the same section…
Like any modern day online casino worthy of the name, bet-at-home has a mobile section which suits Apple, Android, Blackberry, Windows phone and indeed most other smartphones, tablets, and in-betweens, so you can place a bet on a sports event which is still in action, whilst you yourself are in action, and not only when you are at home!
As noted at the beginning of this item, bet-at-home have quite a diverse geographical catchment and thus the corresponding range of payment methods, around 20 at the time of writing including major methods such as Visa, Mastercard, popular virtual wallets like Neteller, pre-paid card Paysafecard as well as geographically more specific methods like Przlewey and ePay.bg.
The usual methods of customer support apply, and when we tried the live chat it was very prompt (within seconds) helpful and in correct English.