Players from United Kingdom cannot play at Campeon Bet casino.
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Campeon Bet are the sister property of Evobet.
Evobet has actively constructed their registration form to encourage sign-ups from jurisdictions that they prohibit within their terms and conditions. We consider this to be entrapment, with the operator allowing play from restricted jurisdictions, refusing to pay wins but retaining losses. Further more, in one complaint case we have seen it came to light that the terms and conditions were not available to mobile users, giving the complainant no possibility of knowing that they were prohibited from signing-up, and yet the operator still refused to pay wins.
Campeon Bet are Not Recommended at as a result of their maximum win cap of €30,000 in 24 hours which is applied across all categories of game on site. 1/6/2018
Campeon Bet are also Not Recommended as a result of their inclusion of progressive jackpots in their maximum withdrawal term – this is considered predatory since it is the softwatre provider and not the casino that funds these wins. 1/6/2018
Term 6.2 – the dormancy/inactivity term states that a charge will be made for inactivity but no details of the amount or frequency of this charge are given – such clauses are considered predatory at and result in Not Recommended status. 1/6/2018
Evobet has been involved in a clear responsible gambling failure/exploitation of a vulnerable player. Their site at the time carried a clear statement stipulating that once a player had put in place a Time Out they would be “unable” to reverse it. The operator then lifted a Time Out based on a player request and have refused to acknowledge the failure to adhere to their own advertised standards.
Svenbet have refused to pay winnings due to accusations of multi-accounting that, when we reviewed the supporting evidence, appeared to be unfounded.
For references see – http://fair-betting.com/appendix-casino-reviews/#CW_Marketing.
Payout Speed: 5 days
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The Campeon Bet website states that withdrawals will be processed within 72 hours but beyond this no firm details of payment times are provided; to this end we have assigned the average payout time for operators that do not accept US players.
Minimum withdrawal – Not defined.
Maximum withdrawal – €2,300 per day.
Banking options available – Credit/Debit cards, Hipay, Skrill, Neteller, EcoPayz, PaySafeCard, Neosurf, Entropay, SoFort, GiroPay, iDeal and Bank Transfer.
We recommend using Neteller for speed, convenience and security. To sign-up to Neteller click here.
Campeon Bet appear to use: Net Entertaiment, ELK Studios, Evolution, Iron Dog, Red Tiger, iSoftBet, Habanero, Genii, EGT, Mr. Slotty, BetSoft, Play ‘N Go, Playson, Pragmatic Play, Net Entertainment, NYX, Ezugi, Patagonia, Gameart, WorldMatch, OMI, Endorphina, Zeus Play and Microgaming for their casino software. Check out our Net Entertainment Software Review.
Game selections are as follows:
Table Games – 138
Slots – 1025
Video Poker – 96
Jackpot – ?
Live – 4
Campeon Bet hold the following gambling licenses :
- Curacao eGaming – Campeon Bet are licensed in Curacao by the Curacao eGaming Master License holder. We have had no success contacting this license holder, either directly or via the affected player, about player complaints and consider them to be completely non-responsive. You can find further information regarding this regulator’s complaint policies here.
Players from United Kingdom NOT accepted.
Campeon Bet does not accept players from the following countries:Australia, Canada, France, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Italy, South Africa, Spain, U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, United Kingdom, United States.
Campeon Bet do not appear to provide the RTPs for their games.
It appears that Campeon Bet offer some sort of Loyalty program but not enough details are available to determine its true value.
In our opinion the operators of this group are not to be trusted. Where they fail to make their terms and conditions accessible and construct their service to encourage prohibited actions yet still assert their moral authority to apply their terms, this is a massive red flag. It should be obvious and apparent to any objective observer that this is not reputable or trustworthy practice.