iNetBet Euro is an online casino established in 1999 with games supplied by Realtime Gaming. It is operated by Internet Gaming Services, UK and is registered under the jurisdiction of Curaçao. Last Updated: September 18, 2019.
iNetBet has been around since 1999 and remains a very popular casino, offering its services to punters throughout the world, the United States included. A while back, a sister casino bearing the same name but with a European address emerged. Despite the domain name, iNetBet Euro also accepts players from around the world with the noticeable exception being the US. So with what seems to be an identical casino on the surface, I decided to take a look at iNetBet's European sister and see if it's only the eligible countries that sets these two siblings apart.
Many players in Europe are generally spoilt for choice when it comes to casinos that offer games from top developers such as Net Entertainment, Microgaming, and Playtech. iNetBet Euro goes a bit of a different route, offering players the chance to play Realtime Gaming titles that are more commonly played by punters in North America. I liked the overall look of iNetBet's casino and opted to use the instant play version of the site, although a downloadable version is available for those who want to keep the software on their desktop PC.
The casino has a large selection of games, with the majority being RTG's slots that are of the 5-reel variety. A few of the games do look a bit dated and it seems the release schedule of new titles is a bit slower on the Euro casino. Some of RTG's new games like Orc vs Elf, which is as good as anything you will see from bigger developers, is currently missing from the Euro line up while being available on the U.S. facing site.
Progressive jackpots are well represented. Table games and video poker are also available in a healthy quantity, and players will find that traditional games are complimented by many variations that alter the rules just enough to make them into a separate game.
iNetbet Euro offers a selection of games on mobile phones and tablets. While the U.S. facing site has a selection of about 20 games to play on the go, the Euro version only has 12 for now. This limited number does however include popular titles such as T-Rex and Cleopatra's Gold.
Unlike most RTG casinos that transact exclusively in US Dollars, iNetBet Euro maintains accounts in Euros only. There are a decent amount of banking options available to punters, with the casino offering transactions via bank wire, credit cards, and e-Wallets. The casino offers same day payouts, even on weekends, so long as you’ve completed the account verification process prior to submitting your withdrawal request. While I can’t confirm the weekend claim, as my withdrawal request fell on a work day, the casino did live up to this promise.
One disappointment is the support at iNetBet Euro which, like its long-running sister casino, makes customer service staff only available via email. I always prefer to have the option to speak to someone on the phone or instantly on chat when I have an issue, and I can see myself and other punters becoming agitated when they have to wait to have issues resolved.
As the name suggests, this casino targets European players with the Euro being the currency of choice. In essence the two sister sites are near identical in terms of software, customer support and banking. The major difference apart from the currency seems to be the promotions and bonuses, with iNetBet Euro providing offers tailored to European tastes. So for punters who are open to trying new casinos but like the familiarity of a solid, proven casino, then by all means take iNetBet's younger European sister for a spin.
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