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Players from United Kingdom cannot play at JBet casino.


Review last updated - June 2014

JBet casino appears to have closed.

JBet offer a Microgaming and Betsoft casino specifically for Japanese players.


 -  3 / 10

Only one of the reviewers who works regularly for this site holds an account with JBet. This was set up to test their withdrawal times. They report positive experiences.

JBet casino have a good reputation within the gambling community and we found no outstanding issues at any of the major casino complaint portals.

As long as JBet casino maintain their positive reputation we will increase their Trustworthiness score by one point every 6 months.

Only casinos carrying ThePOGG Deposit Guarantee Seal can score higher than 8/10.


 -  0 / 10
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Value to Player for:
Bonus Value

Payout Speed: 4 days

 - 6 / 10

Due to the language barrier we did not send a reviewer to JBet casino. The JBet website that withdrawals will be paid within 4 days.

Minimum withdrawal – None listed.

Maximum withdrawal – $10000/month.

Banking options available -

We recommend using Neteller for speed, convenience and security. To sign-up to Neteller click here.



 -  2 / 10

JBet casino appear to use Microgaming and Betsoft software. Check out our Microgaming Software Review.

Game selections are as follows;



Customer Service

 -  0 / 10

Email Testing Record

  • December 2013 - No email support


 -  2 / 10

JBet casino are licensed by the Costa Rican Government. Having a license from Costa Rica is akin to being unregulated – see our Costa Rica Information Page.

The following countries are restricted from participation with JBet casino - Costa Rica, USA

Contact Details;

Email : [email protected]

Restricted Countries

Players from United Kingdom NOT accepted.

JBet does not accept players from the following countries: Costa Rica, United States, United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands, Virgin Islands, U.S., Virgin Islands, U.S..


Slots RTP

JBet do not publish the house edge (RTP) information for any of their slots games.

Comp Points

JBet casino do not appear to offer a comp point program.

Closing Thoughts

It's hard to say with any authority that JBet have no issues - if there are player issues out there they're likely on Japanese specific sites and their own website is far from the easiest to navigate. That said, we can find nothing concerning in their history.

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