TonyBet Live Casino Review
TonyBet online casino was formed in 2009 in Lithuania. Despite sounding like a casino formed by your mate Tony down the pub, TonyBet is an internationally known and legitimate operation. They have a both a UK and an Estonian licence, allowing them to operate across European markets.
In 2016, TonyBet was bought by the Betsson Group for fee reported to be into millions. However, the deal included only the Lithuanian business operations of TonyBet and the UK and global business is still owned by the original founders.
Today customers from both the UK and further afield can enjoy live casino games, slots, sports betting, poker and more at TonyBet.com.
Live Dealer Games at TonyBet
They have 56 tables from Evolution and 14 from NetEnt, for a total of 70 titles for you to enjoy. You can play at high rolling tables where wagers start at €50 and go as high as €2000 per hand, or you lower-budget games such as Party Blackjack where bets begin at just €0.50.
A few special varieties on these casino classics hosted by TonyBet include:
Unfortunately, TonyBet doesn’t host any of Evolution’s spinning wheel games or special titles. No Monopoly Live or Sports Blackjack here. However, 70+ games should be enough to suit most live casino fans.
For those looking for something a little different, TonyBet also offer live-streamed titles from BetGamesTV.
These appear in their own section of the site, called Live Games, as they are quite different from your standard live casino titles.
These games from BetGamesTV include:
These are not as quality as Evolution’s or NetEnt’s live dealer games. However, they might be worth checking out if you like new and different experiences. Just don’t expect the same top-tier flawless presentation as you get from Evolution, and you should find something to enjoy here.
Each game has a sports-bet-style slip system underneath the video feed, which is used to make wagers. They start at €0.44 on all of BetGamesTV’s titles and go up to €50 per hand or spin.
Welcome Bonuses & Offers
TonyBet currently provides a decent range of welcome offers, bonuses and promotions. However, they are mostly geared towards slots players or sports punters.
Still, there is one bonus for live casino fans.
This is a 100% deposit match up to €300, with a 25x the initial deposit as a wagering requirement. Only live casino games count towards this requirement though, so be sure that the live casino is the only place you want to visit at TonyBet before jumping into this offer.
Still, that’s a fairly low playthrough requirement by most casinos’ standards. And with a potential €300 available, we genuinely rate this offer.
Interested players simply have to input the code RESOLUTIONLIVE before making a minimum deposit of £10. Easy!
Players have 30 days to complete all wagering requirements though – so watch out for that time limit to avoid losing out on your bonus funds.
TonyBet doesn’t at the moment provide any of Evolution’s tables in languages other than English.
However, they do offer NetEnt’s Turkish and German Roulette options. NetEnt is a top-tier provider by all means, and their live dealers are professional and fluent in the advertised language.
With nearly a dozen different languages on offer from Evolution though, it was a bit of a surprise that TonyBet didn’t pick any of them up. Hopefully they’ll add to this collection in the future!
There are seven banking methods available at TonyBet. These are:
So fair, fairly standard. Although, PayPal is always a great option to see as it super-fast and convenient. Our deposit took less than a minute to come through.
This was despite TonyBet informing us that every first-time deposit must be manually verified and could take a while. We were pleasantly surprised with how fast this was in the end.
Deposits start at €10 and go up to €1000 per transaction.
When it comes to withdrawals, the maximum amount per transaction is €25000. There’s also a weekly limit of €12,000. This excludes big-money progressive jackpot games, where the prizes are handled by the slot developer.
Also, only your first withdrawal each 14 days is free – after that you’ll be charged €1.50 each time. Honestly, we aren’t a fan of withdrawal charges and never will be. However, at least TonyBet gives a flat fee rather than a percentage charge, which goes some way to alleviating that.
All withdrawals come with a 72-hour pending time, during which they can be cancelled. Most withdrawals will be quicker than this however.
After that, e-wallets should take 24-hours or less to complete and VISA or Mastercard withdrawals a maximum of 5 days.
Also, bettors should note that e-wallet withdrawals must be made to an account with the same email address as was used to create the TonyBet account.
TonyBet on Mobile
TonyBet works well on Android and iOS devices, where it is accessible through your internet browser. There currently no TonyBet apps in either the Play Store or the App Store, although it says you can download an Android app on their site.
As far as we can tell, this is an .APK download which requires some technical know-how to get working. This might be beyond some players, or just too much hassle for most.
The mobile site is designed well enough to compensate for this, however.
For example, the entire TonyBet live casino selection is displayed on one scrolling page. This means players don’t have to go into the game then back out again into the relevant lobby, in order to see all the titles available.
That’s not a hindrance when playing Evolution games, but NetEnt’s lobby system can be a little fiddly – so we’re glad you get to skip it here.
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