Top highlights: More than 1,500 wide-ranging casino games; exciting tournaments
VIP or loyalty programme: Yes
Other offerings: Poker; bingo
Launched in December 2019 by the Malta-registered company Skill on Net Ltd, RoyalBet doesn’t have much name recognition just yet, but there’s plenty of scope for it to become a fairly famous and acclaimed casino site in the months and years to come.
That’s thanks to such strengths as its quirky promos, in-depth selection of games, and a slick and sophisticated graphical experience.
The reputation of any given casino site – especially when it is still new – is often largely built on the strength of its promos and bonuses. It’s a good job for RoyalBet, then, that it does well in this area, serving up such rewards as the following for its new and established members alike:
A generous first-deposit bonus
We’ve not been too specific about the promotions that RoyalBet offers, for the simple reason that they’re liable to vary over time anyway. So, we’d suggest that you sign up today to see what promos and bonuses the site is currently making available to its players.
So, we’ve covered promotions – what else does an online casino portal need to have a lot of, if it is to attract players from much longer-established sites? That’s right; great games.
As it happens, you can pick from more than 1,500 titles at RoyalBet, encompassing all of the key categories like slots, jackpot games, roulette, blackjack, live casino games, and more. Some of those games, such as Fire Joker and Starburst, are generic and fairly familiar from other casino sites, while others carry the names of legendary brands – think the likes of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Megaways and Motorhead Video Slot.
The below are just some more of our favourite games on the site:
Legacy of Dead
Wheel of Wishes Online Slot
Furthermore, while – at the time of typing – there is no downloadable RoyalBet mobile app, you can still access a broad range of nicely optimised smartphone-ready games, simply by navigating to the site directly through your device’s web browser. Games that have been given this smaller-screen treatment include the likes of:
European Blackjack Turbo
Live Casino Lobby
And of course, as is the case with almost any other casino site, you can also access hundreds upon hundreds of games by visiting the desktop version of RoyalBet, the games here being accessible on an instant-play basis, instead of requiring you to download anything.
Whether your slots tastes lean principally towards three-reel slots, five-reel slots, 3D slots or classic slots – to name the most obvious categories – RoyalBet gives you more-or-less all of the options that you could want.
Some of the most popular titles on the site include Thunderstruck II, Spinning Wilds, Cop the Lot, Ancient Egypt and 88 Fortunes – and of course, the range is being constantly updated.
Most of the games at RoyalBet fit neatly into the main categories already mentioned in this review. However, there is an ‘Others’ section of the site that does also serve up some slightly less expected types of games, including card games like Casino Hold’em and Baccarat A, as well as video poker titles such as Aces & Faces and Jacks or Better 10 Hands.
Even bingo is represented here – well, sort of, thanks to the bingo-themed Bingo Billions slots game. There’s no sports betting offering, though.
The visual aspect of a casino site is often a big factor in its success, and again, RoyalBet does just fine here, looking suitably sophisticated and, well, regal.
With its colour scheme that incorporates various elements of purple and gold, and logically laid-out navigation systems – helped by the use of a ‘hamburger’ menu in the top left-hand corner of the page – RoyalBet looks good, and won’t cause you many stresses when you’re trying to get around it.
That sound impression continues when it comes to the games themselves. Similar to most other casino sites these days, RoyalBet sources its games from various developers such as Red Tiger, Play’n GO, Evolution Gaming and Barcrest. Together, these software providers help to ensure a consistently graphically crisp, colourful and intuitive game play experience.
RoyalBet has quite a few distinguishing factors, given what a fresh and new site it is. Those differentiating points include an interesting range of tournaments – think the likes of £100 for Grabs, 150FS Winter Freeroll and £500 Legendary Daily – and an especially well-stocked live casino section.
The latter’s stellar breadth and depth of games – 90, at the time of this review being written – helps to bring even greater longevity to a part of the site that would’ve probably been fairly durable regardless.
The VIP scheme at RoyalBet works in an easy-to-understand way; there are six levels, and the level you are at during any given moment will depend on how many VIP points you have recently accumulated on the site. And in short, the more you wager on the site’s games, the more VIP points you will collect.
The VIP levels in question are Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Red Diamond, with the latter two being invitation-only. You’ll get free bonuses for moving up levels, while the site’s other VIP Lounge benefits include a dedicated VIP account manager, frequent huge bonus offers, and regular invitations to exclusive events.
The range of payment options accepted at RoyalBet is as broad as you’re ever likely to need, with credit cards, e-wallets and other options all represented, and enabling you to make instant deposits.
|Payment Method||Fee||Processing Time||Limit Per Deposit|
|Trustly Bank Transfer||£0||Instant||£10-£99,999|
|Fast Bank Transfer||£0||Instant||£10-£99,999|
|Instant Payments by Citadel||£0||Instant||£10-£99,999|
*Current as of March 2020; check RoyalBet’s website for updates
RoyalBet only processes withdrawals to the same method that was used to deposit, unless the deposit option that was used does not allow for withdrawals. This is a common security practice for online casinos these days, so is certainly nothing unique to RoyalBet.
|Withdrawal Method||Fee||Processing Time||Limit Per Withdrawal|
|Visa||£0||2-7 business days||Maximum £5,000|
|Mastercard||£0||2-7 business days||Maximum £5,000|
|Wire Transfer||£10||2-7 business days||£30-£5,000|
|Neteller||£0||Same day||Maximum £5,000|
|Skrill||£0||Same day||Maximum £5,000|
|WebMoney||£0||Same day||Maximum £5,000|
|Paysafecard||£0||Same day||Maximum £5,000|
|ecoPayz||£0||1-4 business days||Maximum £5,000|
|iWallet||£0||1-4 business days||Maximum £5,000|
|Venus Point||£0||1-4 business days||Maximum £5,000|
*Current as of March 2020; check RoyalBet’s website for updates
While RoyalBet does provide a decent amount of information and help to its members, not all of it is easy to find. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section, for instance, can be reached via the relevant link at the bottom of the page, but this link is only visible to those who are logged out, rather than signed-in members.
Still, the various banking and terms and conditions pages on the site are fairly useful, and if you need to get in touch with the site team directly, both email and ‘live chat’ options are available. Strangely, though, there isn’t a telephone number anywhere.
Unfortunately for those who may be interested in getting in on the action from elsewhere, the online terms and conditions make clear that only people from Great Britain are permitted to play the casino games at RoyalBet.
Skill on Net Ltd, which is the company that operates RoyalBet, holds a gaming licence from the highly respected UK Gambling Commission.
It may only be very new on the scene, but RoyalBet looks like a very comprehensive online casino portal already. There’s a nice range of promos, the games are of a number that not too many other sites can offer, and the site design is slick to use and sophisticated to look at. The VIP scheme already serves up some seriously pleasing perks, too.
Register an account at RoyalBet today, then, and you’re unlikely to be disappointed by almost any aspect of this fast-rising site.
Phone number: None