All You Bet Casino Review
When we contacted the support at All You Bet Casino, there was a message that because of the storm in the area where the support team is located, you may experience some delays and yada yada. We get it, it must be hard to answer stupid questions when there are trees and cars flying by outside the window, but come on. Not being able to tell where the casino is licensed is kinda ridiculous.
The support is hardly the main problem though - the website is old, the bonus is meager, and the games are from RTG only. There are over 300 games, but all of them are from a single provider, and live games are not offered at all. The welcome offer is a 100% bonus up to $100, with the wagering requirements of 30 times the sum of the deposit and bonus.
- 24/7 live chat;
- Phone support;
- Comp points program;
- An outdated website;
- High wagering requirements: 30xB+D;
- The mobile version is inconvenient;
- The support agents are not very helpful;
- No live games.
All You Bet Casino opened in 2012 and haven’t changed a bit since. Seriously, even the promotional images are all exactly the same (we’ve checked). They don’t display any licensing information on the website (except the fact that they are registered in the British Virgin Islands).
It really hasn’t been so long, but the website looks old. Dated layout, awkward slide animations, and generic RTG instant play lobby. It still does the job - most of the necessary information is available, and the games run fine - but it’s far from impressive.
Customer support: The support is available through toll-free phone, email, Skype, and live chat. Looks nice. The only problem is that the operators are clueless, at least in our experience. We tried to find out something about that licensing, but the only reply we got was “we’re licensed by the Gambling Control Commission”. Um, which one? No clue, they just gave us the link to the terms and closed the chat. At least, you can try to talk to them at any time.
They seem to take special pride in their “Check payout in 2 weeks, guaranteed!” promo. Does anyone still use those at all?
Banking: You can use wire transfer, Skrill, Neteller, and several other methods. The maximum weekly payout is $10,000. Higher winnings may be paid out in installments. USD seems to be the only currency supported by the website, but we are not sure about this - the support didn’t help us to solve this mystery.
Software and Game Variety
All You Bet Casino is powered by RTG software. You have a choice between the download and instant play options.
The collection is alright, with all popular game types present. In total, there are over 300 games, and here are some of them:
- Slots: Asgard, Bubble Bubble, Dream Run;
- Jackpots: Aztec’s Millions, Megasaur, Spirit of the Inca;
- Table games: Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker, Baccarat;
- Video poker: Deuces Wild, Joker Poker, Aces and Eights;
- Specialty games: Treasure Tree, Craps, Keno.
You can also try their sportsbook.
Mobile and Live Games
The mobile version of All You Bet Casino is extremely inconvenient. Luckily, if you manage to navigate through it and get to the instant play lobby, you’ll be able to play the games.
You can play this casino on the go, but its mobile version is just awful.
Live games are nowhere to be found.
Bonuses and Promotions
The welcome bonus at All You Bet Casino is a 100% match up to $100 on the first deposit. The wagering requirements are on the thin line between awful and outrageous - x30 on the deposit plus bonus amount. Besides that, you can claim this bonus only after you download and install their software.
They also have comp points, which you earn by wagering on games. $10 equals 1 point, 100 points are then exchanged into $1. Be sure to check out other promos on the website.