Players from United Kingdom cannot play at EvoBet casino.
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Evobet appear to be run by the same group as Campeon Bet and are represented by the same affiliate program.
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.
Maximum Win Clause less than €50,000 (-3). As per Term 63: “Over a 24-hour period the maximum winnings of each individual User are 30,000 Euros (net winnings, without counting the amount of set money).” 30/11/2018.
Wins over €10,000 paid in instalments as per Term 62.8 – Automatic Not Recommended: “If the User has requested a withdrawal in the amount of 1,000 Euros or more (or the equivalent in another currency at the interbank rate), Evobet pays a commission on the transfer and subsequent operations of withdrawals in the given calendar month. Otherwise, the commission is paid to the bank by the User. Maximum withdrawalable amount over a 24-hour period is 2,300 Euros (or the equivalent in another currency at the interbank rate) subject to its payment provider’s specific limits. For winnings over 10,000 Euros, the payments will be done in equal monthly instalments.” 30/11/2018
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.
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Payout Speed: 5 days
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EvoBet Casino’s website does not give withdrawal time info – at least not before signup – and therefore we have assigned them the average score for this section of he review.
Minimum withdrawal – None listed.
Maximum withdrawal – €2,300 in 24 hours – withdrawals of €10,000 and greater will be paid in instalements – this does not exclude jackpots.
Banking options available – Credit/Debit cards, Neteller, Skrill (Moneybookers), PaySafeCard, iDeal, EUTeller, GiroPay, NeoSurf and EcoPayz .
We recommend using Neteller for speed, convenience and security. To sign-up to Neteller click here.
EvoBet use Net Entertainment, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger, Habanero, Genii, Evolution Gaming, Ezugi, Play ‘N Go, iSoftBet, BetSoft, NYX Gaming and Playson software with a fairly limited selection of games.
Game selections are as follows:
Table Games – 11
Slots – 123
Video Poker – ?
Live – 3
EvoBet Casino hold the following gambling licenses :
- Curacao eGaming – EvoBet Casino are licensed by one of the Curacao eGaming Master License holders that is generally unresponsive and uncooperative in the management of player complaints. You can find further information regarding this regulator’s complaint policies here.
Players from United Kingdom NOT accepted.
EvoBet does not accept players from the following countries:Australia, Greece, South Africa, U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, United Kingdom, United States.
EvoBet Casino do not publish the RTP/house edge figures for any of their slots games.
EvoBet do not appear to offer a comp points system for all players.
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.