Frankly speaking, Gamebookers sounds like a nice name for a punk rock band, or for a biker club. We explored the website, but found neither punks nor bikers. It’s a bit disappointing, but Gamebookers still seems to be a pretty cool place to visit. So, what do we have here? An outstanding Help section, mobile compatibility, over 800 games from NetEnt, Microgaming, and other developers, and an impressive list of banking methods. Sounds great? Certainly! However, there’s a big fly in the ointment - currently, this casino doesn't offer any welcome bonus. Just a couple of daily bonuses for returning players.
Gamebookers Casino is a part of Bwin group (operated by ElectraWorks Limited) and offers both sportsbook and casino products on its website. It opened in 2000 and got its licenses from the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar.
The website looks alright, with a clean grey theme, and spots of orange here and there. The lobby is standard, with all the games sorted logically into categories. The Help section is one of the most comprehensive we’ve ever seen, with pretty much every item thoroughly explained. For example, each banking method has a separate FAQ section attached to it, with the list of benefits and transaction times. They made taking your money away as comfortable for you as possible (just kidding. They do cover withdrawals as well).
The Help section is one of the most comprehensive we’ve ever seen, with pretty much every item thoroughly explained.
Customer Support: If you can’t find the answer you need in the Help section (which we believe doesn’t happen very often), you can contact the support team via live chat, email, and a couple of phone numbers (in English, German, and Russian). The phone lines operate from 08:00 to 22:00 CET.
Banking: Speaking of the banking - the list of the available options is huge. Besides your industry-standard PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, and credit cards, you also get a shitload of local and less common payment methods and eWallets - iDeal, Webmoney, Giropay, Qiwi, Sofort, Trustly, and many more. The processing time takes 24-48 hours. What’s also cool, they do not charge any withdrawal fees. The withdrawal limits depend on the method you choose. For example, with Neteller, you can withdraw up to €50,000; with Skrill - €10,000.
Software and Game Variety
Gamebookers Casino features games from numerous software providers: NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen, WMS, Blueprint, IGT, and others. The library is also great - you will have over 800 game titles to choose from. Here are some of them:
- Slots: Jurassic World, Aloha! Cluster Pays, Twin Spin, Stampede;
- Jackpots: Divine Fortune, Cosmic Fortune, Top Cat, Mega Moolah;
- Table games: Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Texas Hold’em, Red Dog;
- Video poker: Tens or Better, Jacks or Better, Joker Poker Deuces Wild;
- Other games: Rio Bingo, Lucky Keno, Spin Lotto.
Gamebookers Mobile and Live Games
The mobile version of the casino works fine, not much to say about it. Just open the website in your mobile browser and enjoy the games.
They also have a “Live Casino” section, which offers several dozens of games, including Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Three Card Poker, Casino Hold’em, and Dream Catcher.
Bonuses and Promotions
This is where it gets weird. There’s currently no mention of any welcome bonus at Gamebookers Casino. We contacted the support team to find out what the hell is going on, and their answer was extremely simple. They said they didn’t offer any welcome bonuses at the moment.
Gamebookers Casino offers no welcome bonus at the moment.
There are many bonuses for sports fans and only a couple of daily bonuses for casino players.
The latter include
- “50% Winnings Boost on Twin Spin”
- “10% CashBack on Roulette”
- “50% CashBack on Fruit Shop”
- “25% Winnings Boost on Blackjack”
- “Free Spins Fridays”
- and “Live Casino Weekend”.
Check them out on the Promotions page.