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We have an entire review page dedicated to each reputable Netent casino, which gives you all the facts and details you could need in order to determine if that casino is for you. But what about how the website actually works? Today I am reviewing Redbet Casino- showing you how the signup process works, where to find the games, which games they have, how easy the website is to use and much much more. Read on for a detailed player review of Netent casino, Redbet.
Registering at Redbet is probably one of the quickest signup processes I’ve ever gone through. They ask for everything they need upfront, in one step. This includes your name, email, username, password, address and bonus code.
Once all the fields are completed, you simply click ‘Register’ and you are good to go. You’ll immediately be taken to the deposit page of the cashier so you can get playing right away. This part took me, maybe 30 seconds (I’m a quick typer!) and was a real breeze.
I spoke yesterday about Redbet’s signup bonus, which includes €1000 in cash and 250 free spins across 3 different Netent games. You’ll receive a matched deposit bonus of varying percentage on your first 3 deposits, plus between 50 and 100 free spins for each of your first 3 deposits too on Twin Spin, Starburst and Gonzo’s Quest. Everything is applied immediately, so as long as you sign up via our Redbet review page with our bonus code, and use the 3 deposit codes found in yesterdays article, you’ll get the deposit bonus as soon as you make one of your first 3 deposits, then straight away you can open the corresponding game and your free spins will be ready for you.
The Redbet website, as you might have guessed, is predominantly red in colour. They have the various sections of the site along the top, which are Sports, Casino Red (where you’ll find Netent), Casino Blue, Live Casino and Poker. Next to these they also have a Promotions tab, so you can always keep up to date on regular promotions for new and existing players.
So, within Casino Red is where you’ll find all the Netent offerings at Redbet. There are some sub categories such as Jackpots, Live Games and Mobile Casino, all housing different types of Netent fun.
In the main area of Casino Red on Redbet, you’ll find the Netent video slots. This includes favourites such as Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and Big Bang, then newer titles like Lights, Attraction and latest release Go Bananas.
In Casino Red > Jackpots you’ll find pooled, progressive millionaire making Netent jackpot games, Hall of Gods, Mega Fortune and Arabian Nights. They also currently house a number of local jackpots like Tiki Wonders, Geisha Wonders and Icy Wonders, whose jackpots are currently a decent €57,000!
Redbet also have a mobile casino which has a number of Netent Touch games for players to enjoy on the go. This will work on mobile and tablet devices and means the fun only stops when you do. Enjoy games like Lights, Twin Spin, the current South Park offering, plus big jackpots like Mega Fortune, wherever you are.
Redbet even house a number of Netent’s Live Casino games via Casino Red > Live Casino. So if you prefer the more realistic experience and want to see and interact with real dealers and real players from all over the world, this is where you should head.
Redbet have a huge selection of payment methods which will vary depending where in the world you are located. I have the option for Visa and Mastercards, Neteller, Skrill and Paysafecard but other options include Trustly and Przelewy24. Almost all options are instant (or at most, up to 5 minutes!) but the fees vary. Many options, including Skrill and Neteller are free, however some, like Visa card, will incur a fee. In Visa’s case, you’ll be charged 2.5% of the deposit amount.
Some casinos will charge for deposits and, whilst I personally don’t think it’s fair, it is pretty common practice. You see- payment methods make their money by charging the merchants per transaction. So each time someone makes a Visa card deposit on Redbet, Visa charges Redbet. Some casinos take that charge on themselves- in the long run they make profit from pretty much every player anyway, but most casinos, such as Redbet, put the charge on the player. It’s only a small amount though and unless the fee’s are really high, it shouldn’t put you off, especially when the site is as chock full of Netent fun as Redbet is!
All in all, Redbet is one of the biggest and best Netent casinos out there right now, with a hugely generous welcome package and a great selection of different Netent games and products.