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DublinBet welcome casino bonuses include deposit matched deals which are sometimes spread over several deposits. For example, you could claim €250 over two deposits, which includes a 100% and a 50% deposit matched casino bonus.
The minimum deposit amount is €20 and the deposit and bonus money must be wagered x35 for any winnings to be withdrawn.
The maximum bet until wagering is complete is €5 and a welcome offer can’t be used in conjunction with any other promotion. Once a welcome bonus is activated it will expire if not claimed via the bonus menu within three days, while it will expire if the wagering requirements are not met within 30 days.
DublinBet also runs several offer bonuses on the promotions page, which at the time of writing contained:
There is no dedicated live casino bonus on offer at DublinBet, but you can use live games to wager through the welcome bonus. Only live roulette (15%) and live blackjack (10%) contribute though, not live casino (0%). We will go into more detail on the live dealer games available later in this review.
DublinBet don’t run a sportsbook, so there are no sports bonuses to speak of. They prefer to focus exclusively on their casino offering instead.
DublinBet don’t offer a specific bingo bonus but we did find six bingo titles in their game library - Bingo Machine from Spinmatic and Viking Runecraft Bingo, Rainforest Magic Bingo, Sweet Alchemy Bingo, Park Bingo and Hot Bingo all from Play’n GO.
DublinBet runs an exclusive VIP club that rewards players for loyalty and frequency of gameplay. Membership of this casino in Ireland gives you access to exclusive offers, higher limits, weekly cashback and an account manager, depending on your level.
Bronze provides on-site promotions, daily withdrawal limits up to €1,000, biweekly cashback of 2.5% and live chat support. Silver offers weekly cashback of 5%, exclusive offers, daily withdrawal limits up to €5,000, birthday gifts and live chat support. Gold gives weekly cashback of 10%, weekly reload bonuses, exclusive offers, daily withdrawal limits up to €4,000, birthday gifts, phone support and a dedicated account manager.
The penultimate tier, platinum, gives players access to weekly cashback of 20%, weekly reload bonuses, exclusive offers, daily withdrawal limits up to €8,000, birthday gifts, phone support and a dedicated account manager, while the final limit, black, doesn’t showcase its rewards and is exclusive to invite-only.
DublinBet is owned and operated by Mobile Technology Marketing, a company licensed and regulated by the laws of Curacao with its licence obtained by Curacao eGaming, holder of Master Gaming Licence CEG-IP/2014-0112.
They have a number of Know Your Customer (KYC) policies showcased on their site, requiring two forms of proof of identification to verify your account:
You’ll also need a proof of address, such as a full copy of a recent utility bill that lists your name and address, issued within the last three months.
In order for the system to accept your address document, your address on your DublinBet account profile will need to match the address on the document you upload.
Player accounts, transactions and other historical information of all members is confidential and won’t be made available to third parties unless the account holder agrees. The games are server executed to prevent fraud and tampering with all financial movements saved in a highly-protected database to prevent loss of data should the internet connection lapse or the client’s computer fails for whatever reason.
Games at DublinBet will always produce random results as third-party game providers always use computerised random number generators (RNGs) to ensure fair and random outcomes.
Their international customer support is available via live chat from 9am to 11pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 10pm on Saturday and Sunday UK time. You can contact them via email using [email protected], while they also suggest contacting an independent regulatory body, such as the AskGamblers Casino Complaints Service, if they aren’t available quickly enough.
In terms of responsible gambling, DublinBet have a pop-up page on their site that reminds players how much they have been playing, with the following tools available to help you exercise control:
They also suggest some software providers to help block your children from over-age sites and outline that by law no one younger than 18 years of age can play at DublinBet. Finally, they advise contacting their customer support experts if you are worried about yourself or a loved one.
DublinBet channels the Irish theme with a green site interface containing a game library of over 1,500 titles. They have a search bar for players who know what they are looking for as well as a function to filter by game provider, of which they list 59 different companies.
Under the promotional banners, they break down the games by top, new, live, blackjack, roulette, slots, megaways, daily drops and wins and tournament.
Some of their best software providers include Microgaming, NetEnt and Evolution Gaming.
DublinBet boasts 44 different blackjack casino games, with variants including SkyLounge Blackjack, Blackjack First Person, Blackjack Neo and Blackjack Royal Pairs.
DublinBet offers exactly the same number of online roulette titles, with some of the best including European Roulette, Authentic Roulette, Lightning Roulette and Golden Chip Roulette.
With a selection of 2,269 slot games at the time of writing, players will do well to scratch beneath the surface of this online slot library, which is surely one of the best online slots sites in Ireland. They have separate sections for Megaways and Daily Drops and Wins and tournaments.
You can pick from three-reel slots, fruit slots, progressive slots and many modern video slots, featuring numerous paylines, with tons of old favourites, as well as new releases.
They have a handful of progressive jackpot titles on the site, although there is no dedicated section for progressive titles.
Some of the most popular slots include:
With 102 live casino games, there are plenty of titles to keep you busy. If you're wanting to play live blackjack, baccarat, poker and roulette, as well as more niche games like Football Studio, Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt Live and Cash or Crash Live, you've landed in the right place.
DublinBet broadcast some of their best online live casino games live from a land venue – the FitzWilliam Card Club in Dublin, Ireland. However, reports suggest the games provided by Actual Gaming are not up to the required standard of the latest studio games, with the placement of cameras high above the tables far from ideal.
You can join a live game at a real brick-and-mortar casino in the Hippodrome Casino in London, while a host of their other live dealer games are broadcast from studios run by the likes of Microgaming and Visionary iGaming, which come across well.
These offer a much better experience in terms of video quality, number of betting levels offered and the feeling of being at a real casino table. The payout limits are still quite low for players who like to bet big on live dealer tables, with maximum withdrawal limits of €1,000 a day, €5,000 a week and €20,000 a month.
DublinBet doesn't offer a dedicated mobile casino app, but all desktop versions of the games are fully optimised for iOS and Android users. Playing on mobile smartphones and tablets is seamless, with all icons displaying neatly. To avoid crashes or freezes we advise updating your operating system and mobile browser to their latest versions.
It’s great to have live casino games working well on Android and iOS phones and apart from a few missing titles, the mobile experience was impressive.
DublinBet accepts a range of payment methods for deposits, including:
All the deposit options are free of any transaction fees (except for cryptocurrency transactions) and process immediately.
In terms of withdrawals at DublinBet, players can choose between four options:
Regular player withdrawal requests are processed within 24 to 48 hours, with the maximum withdrawal per week at €5,000 but as you climb the VIP ranks, this will increase, with €24,000 a week for Platinum VIPs.
The user interface at DublinBet is quite nice, with neatly arranged buttons and a friendly display of the available games making for an immersive experience for desktop users. Thanks to HTML5 technology the site supports cross-platform compatibility, with pages loading at lightning speed.
Colm Phelan has spent several years working in the iGaming industry and has plenty of experience when it comes to writing, researching and rigorously testing online casinos and sportsbooks. While Colm has invested a lot of his time into the digital marketing world but his other passions include poker and a variety of sports including golf, NFL and football.
Regular player withdrawal requests are processed within 24 to 48 hours, with e-wallets and cryptocurrencies the quickest but Visa and MasterCard transactions taking three to five working days.
Games at DublinBet will always produce random results as third-party game providers always use computerised random number generators (RNGs) to generate fair and random outcomes.
DublinBet’s games are server executed to prevent fraud and tampering. What’s more, all financial movements are saved in a highly-protected database to prevent loss of data should an internet connection lapse, or the client’s computer fail when processing transactions.
Yes, DublinBet is legit and licensed. With a total game library heading towards 3,000 titles, DublinBet is owned and operated by Mobile Technology Marketing, a company licensed and regulated by the laws of Curacao with its licence obtained by Curacao eGaming, holder of the Master Gaming Licence CEG-IP/2014-0112.
Yes, DublinBet is available across the whole of Ireland, while other players may be able to access the site using a VPN.
DublinBet is owned by MTM Corp, with listed addresses in Curacao and the United Kingdom.