21Bet is perhaps best-known for its sportsbook; however, it also has an online and live casino arm which, along with the sportsbook, was launched in March 2016. Slots, roulette, blackjack and live casino games are all available at this site licensed by the Birmingham-located Gambling Commission.
There's a pretty impressive variety of live variants of roulette, baccarat, blackjack and casino hold'em games here. With these games, you get a live dealer - although, judging from our experiences at least, they might be in a poorer resolution than you had initially expected. The playing itself should go smoothly, however. All in all, 21Bet is a versatile place to play casino games live.
At 21Bet at the time of writing, you can use the usual suspects like MasterCard, Visa, Maestro and bank transfers; you can also pay via ECOPAYZ, ewallets Skrill and Neteller, Bitcoin and more. The lowest deposit that 21Bet accepts is £10, while the maximum you can put down in one deposit is £5,000.
A day is how long a withdrawal takes to process; the money should then reach your account over the next three to five days.
The range of games that 21Bet offers is staggeringly high in variety - even in many of the individual categories such as blackjack, roulette and slots. The slots alone number over 150 and include branded titles, notable examples of which are Game of Thrones Online Slot and Lara Croft Tomb Raider; we particularly like the latter's gameplay.
When live games are included, the total number of games exceeds 200. "Something for everyone"? Both mainstream and unorthodox tastes are covered, for sure.
21Bet has a dedicated mobile site. This allows many casino games, including our favourites Roulette European and Immortal Romance, among the site's over 170 non-live games, to be played on both Android and iOS devices. 21Bet also offers, through the iOS App Store, an app through which its casino offering can be enjoyed, although there's no iPad-specific optimisation.
The site draws on very few software providers; however, the ones that they do use have done a good job. Microgaming is as reliable as ever with graphics, visual themes and smoothness, while Evolution Gaming has tinkered well with the live games, despite the above-mentioned lacking resolution at times.
Sadly, 21Bet's site has no FAQ section, detailed or otherwise. If you need help, therefore, you will have to reach out to 21Bet on its Facebook or Twitter page or, on the main site, send a message through the 'Contact us' form or live chat facility.
21Bet runs a VIP scheme called "The 21 Club". Through this, the site hands a wealth of goodies, including twice-monthly free bets of a maximum £1,000, monthly casino reload bonuses, and "money can't buy" opportunities to its "most valued players". You can phone or email 21Bet to apply for membership.
Due to its UK Gambling Commission licence, you can be confident about the safety of using 21Bet. The site also links to gambleaware.co.uk, a site with the tagline "gamble responsibly". 21Bet also allows its players to limit how much money they regularly deposit.
21Bet still isn't what we would consider an old gambling site. This shows in some areas; however, in other areas, such as the choice of games, 21Bet rivals many online casino games portals. Why not sample some casino games now at 21Bet?