Owned by an Irish Company, and having been specifically designed for UK and Ireland based customers, QuinnBet Casino is a rather unique iGaming website. Having first launched in 2017, this has been a popular haunt for many gamers, even though the site hasn’t exactly grown in renown because of this. Instead, think of this site as a hidden gem of the community.
Software provided by FSB Technology is how the brand keeps so up to date with industry changes, and the reason why there’s a certain fluidity to the interface, and the games, provided. However, as far as aesthetics go, this isn’t the most appealing example of modern online casinos. In fact, we’d argue that this brand is already starting to look a little dated, though thankfully its content isn’t.
As you’ll be able to see for yourselves, should you visit QuinnBet after reading this review, the website has three main areas: casino, sports betting, and virtuals, in this instance, it’s the casino side of the label we’re focusing on. Unfortunately for all potential customers, this then means that the number of promotions is greatly reduced down, to only four deals, some of which seem to be seasonal and therefore subject to change.
Nonetheless, while there may be changes, the welcome offer of 100%, valued up to £250, seems to be a bonus that is set to stay. A small deposit of £10 is all it takes to activate this deal, and opting in, of course, with users then needing to meet the wagering requirement within 30 days of its receipt. The bonus must be wagered x25 before a withdrawal of any winnings can be processed.
Following on from this newcomers bonus, there’s three other deals that are weekly, offering either deposit bonuses or free spins, such as the Wild West free spins; for a bet of £25, users can score themselves five free spins on the following Monday. It’s a small prize in reality, but it’s one that allows free gaming, and therefore will likely prove popular. As for VIP schemes or other such specials, none are visible on the casino’s promo page, and so we have to assume that they’re not available at this time.
Software and Games
The main beauty of QuinnBet Casino, besides it being a more unique brand, is that it’s home to a whole host of games, from multiple developers; if you love variety, you’re going to find a lot of it here.
To access these games, which come from NYX, Microgaming, and NextGen Gaming (to name but a few), you need only visit the homepage of the casino. From there, you can then narrow down your search, choosing to browse via the categories, which include the likes of a live casino, video slots, poker, and several other iGaming options. If you find browsing this way is too overwhelming, which it can be given the sheer volume of titles, you can use the search bar to find the game you’re looking for. However, other than this, there doesn’t seem to be many other filters, and so your options are limited.
Also worthy of note is how a lot of the games provide demo options, in spite of not detailing that; when we visited the Features Games subsection, we clicked on a pokie and it started to load, all without us being a member. Inside the new window that opened, there was then the option to move over to real gameplay if interested. Of course, there’s exceptions to this rule, like the live dealers, but otherwise it would seem that QuinnBet is accessible for low budget/no budget gamers as well as those with real cash.
Compared to the rest of the label, which runs rather smoothly, the banking side of QuinnBet leaves a lot to be desired. The reason for this is that only credit/debit card payments are accepted, thus excluding a wide array of users from easily accessing its services; Visa, Mastercard, and Maestro are all accepted, but it’s hardly the most diverse of options.
In terms of ease of use, minimum deposits start from a small £10 up to a large £5,000, with these amounts are able to be processed in GBP due to the licensing of this website. No fees are applied, for either type of transaction, unless your bank chooses to do so, or if you’ve made back 50% less than what you deposited. If the latter occurs, a 3% withdrawal processing fee will be applied. As for the timeframe of when money will be transferred from your account to your bank, the terms don’t detail this, though we suspect it’ll stick to the standard several business days that other online casinos follow.
Since its launch in 2017, QuinnBet Casino, and its sports betting services also, have been under the UK Gambling Commission license. You can see the current status of said license when visiting any of the website’s main pages.
Contact Info and Social Activity
When using QuinnBet, if you should ever need assistance with anything, the customer support team can be contacted via the Contact Us page. Unfortunately, the only option for contacting them is an email address, with no operational hours detailed, and so gaining help may be easier said than done.
As for social media, there’s a Twitter and Facebook widget on the homepage of the QuinnBet site, with both accounts covering all aspects of the brand, not just the casino side. From what we could see, both accounts are still active.
QuinnBet Casino is a fine example of how an online casino should function, for the most part, with the only real issues being that of its limited banking options, no other support besides email, and its inaccessibility outside of Ireland and the UK. Nonetheless, for those of you who can access its services, you’re sure to find a streamlined service, offering a wide range of iGaming entertainment. It basically comes down to what you value most: a customer focused brand, or the ability to access a high array of titles.