Dublinbet Live Casino Review
When we first made an account at DublinBet, we were interested to note that Irish gamblers are not actually allowed here despite their capital (and national symbol) being used as a namesake! St Patrick would be upset. However, this decent little casino might still be the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow – provided you don’t live in the Emerald Isle of course. Run by the same parent company as Estrella and Lucky 31, many things about this site are quite similar to its sister casinos but there are also a few key differences. One thing that is the same however, is the licence from the Curacao Gaming Authority. Whilst not a reason to entirely discount the site as a place to gamble, users should definitely be aware that DublinBet may not be as well-regulated as an online casino looked over by the GB or Malta commissions for example.
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DublinBet offers a pretty much identical live casino selection as Lucky31, with a good range of blackjack and roulette tables from Evolution Gaming as well as a large selection of live casino games from smaller providers such as Authentic Gaming, lyvegames and BetGames.tv. T The games available cover a good choice of classic and less well known casino games, from blackjack and roulette to live lottery games from bet.tv and more. All of them run fairly well, but they do vary in quality however, with some feeling pretty basic when compared to Evolution’s offerings.
DublinBet offers 11 localised live croupier roulette tables from Evolution Gaming, in the following languages: Spanish, Swedish, Greek, Danish, French, Russian, German, Turkish and Flemish. Ezugi also offers a Spanish roulette variant, as well as Turkish and Spanish live dealer blackjack. This is a pretty good selection compared to many casinos and is probably DublinBet’s biggest strength when it comes to its live casino. The DublinBet site is also available in the following list of languages: English, French, German, Greek, Spanish and Italian. These are all obviously shown at the bottom of every page on the site, making them much more easily accessible than some other sites we could mention.
DublinBet offers two private tables – both in blackjack. Oddly, as well as its own Dublin blackjack, they also provide Lucky blackjack which comes with custom branding and offers from its sister casino Lucky31. Private tables are relatively new to the industry, so it’s not exactly a surprise they haven’t been adopted in a big way by all sites yet. This means even two is a decent number and should provide players with some unique live casino experiences, bonuses and competitions amongst other offers.
Like its sister sites, there is no dedicated app for DublinBet players although the mobile site works reasonably well. The theme of could do better continues here – although it is perfectly functional, some features could definitely have been optimised for mobile and times the site looks a little clunky. When it comes to the games themselves however, they do run fine on compatible devices – but the same quality issues present on the desktop site manifest themselves here too. For example, the Lyvegames lobby really doesn’t look that great and some of their games didn’t even look particularly like a live casino with a virtual betting board taking up more space than the actual live video feed. Which, on a small screen mobile, certainly serves to ruin the immersion somewhat.
Payment Methods at DublinBet
The banking selection as DublinBet is pretty much identical to Lucky 31. This even goes down to the FAQ pages and banking guides on their site, which are exact copies of each other but with different logos. The banking methods available when we checked included: PaySafeCard, Skrill, Netteller, Visa, Mastercard, Cashlib, RapidPay, Ecopayz, and Neosurf. However, these similarities run all the way to the two most interesting (one negative and one positive) about the banking system here.
The positive is the availability of notorious cryptocurrency bitcoin, which is great for online gamblers who are into this kind of tech. The negative is that information about withdrawal times, limits and fees is not readily available unless you contact customer service. Upon doing so, although we received a swift response via the live chat feature, we were disappointed to find that processing withdrawals takes a minimum of 48 hours regardless of the method chosen. In all honesty, this is below par for a major online casino and they could definitely do better. The addition of bitcoin as a niche option for transactions doesn’t really make up for this in our opinion.
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From our experience so far they are trustworthy. A Curacao license, and not one from the MGA or GBGC, is definitely not a plus point – but they have processed our withdrawals smoothly and everything else seems to be in check.