Big isn’t always better. But when it comes to online gambling, there is undoubtedly piece of mind to be had knowing the mob you’re playing with have invested substantially in their operation and the reputation of their brand.
Doesn’t mean you’re any more likely to win at the tables. We’re talking about house edge casino games here after all. But what it does mean is that:
- they’re not about to disappear into the (Caribbean) sunset with cash;
- they’ve invested more in a providing a better gaming experience;
- they have resource to serve your needs quickly (eg ’24/7 live chat’, is actually available 24/7!);
- they have reputational risk keeping them closer to the straight and narrow than some of the smoke and mirror operations out there.
We all know the names like William Hill, be365, Ladbrokes, Betfair etc. You can’t turn on the telly for more than 5 minutes before seeing them on commercials, football pitch perimeter advertisements and the like.
You may not however have heard of Betway. But they are big; and yes they have live dealers.
The Betway brand was launched in 2006, but the company behind the casino, Betway Group Limited has a much longer involvement in online casinos and close ties to Microgaming who power most of their brands.
Betway has over 1,8 million registered players, Internet gambling licenses in Malta, Italy, Spain and Germany (Schleswig-Holstein), the full sha-bang M’gaming live dealer offering (including bunnies), and a very persistent and charming person in charge of their push into live dealer gaming who has assured me that as Microgaming’s biggest and most important licensee (32Red may argue this) they will soon be the first to add private branded tables in M’gaming’s Canadian or Argentinian studios.
The Betway live casino review is up.
Give them a go (they gave a no deposit bonus offer running presently if that helps) and let us know your thoughts.