B3W is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: June 22, 2019.
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B3W is an online betting software developer that was founded in 1998, and provides its products to various bingo, lottery, sportsbetting, and casino operators throughout the world. The casino group is licensed in Malta, and its gaming platform has been infused with casino games from other betting companies such as NextGen, Cryptologic, and Leander Games.
The games that are developed by B3W number more than 160 titles according to the company itself, but we could only find twelve individual slots, three video poker, three scratch cards, and seven table games in their library. These titles themselves also appeared to be a bit dated when it came to the graphics and presentation, with the slots themselves feeling especially dated.
Graphics and presentation aren’t the only problem plaguing this developer, as B3W also had a video poker issue that was discovered at the Wizard of Odds website, wherein Michael Shackleford noticed discrepancies on his statistical analysis of the game. The developer launched an investigation into the issue, noting that they also saw the problem and took matters to resolve it. This leads us to believe that B3W is committed to ensuring that their product is fair to customers, even if the product itself isn’t of the highest quality.
B3W also offers a live betting platform that allows punters to participate in blackjack, roulette, baccarat, punto banco, and live poker that is broadcast in high definition studios. This is a much better platform than the traditional casino games, and the B3W staff should look into updating their software to match these games in terms of quality.
B3W is a mediocre but flawed betting platform that does some things right, but really needs to work on updating its games to compete with other developers. While there are some redeeming qualities about their software and platform (particularly with the live dealer games), there is a lot left to be desired when it comes to the B3W gaming software itself.