A new software group, BetOnSoft seem to be primarily catering to venues that are looking to engage with the US markets and consequently you have to be careful when selecting an operator to play with. Simply put – as with most US facing software providers, BetOnSoft casinos can be a bit of a lottery when it comes to player issues.
BetOnSoft offer a download platform with gameplay that is relatively smooth, but graphics that fall well short of the major brands and even a bit low for the smaller software providers. BetOnSoft is often confused with BetSoft Gaming where BetOnSoft has rebranded as Saucify which helps to distinguish the 2 casino platforms.
Game selection is fairly good for a smaller software provider with an extensive range of Video Poker games but missing many of the more common table card games like Texas Hold ‘Em Bonus, Caribbean Stud or Red Dog. The games do not offer any form of play speed adjustment.
Slots games do come with an auto-spin feature but seem to be primarily free spin only in bonus feature availability. BetOnSoft do not release the Return to Player (RTP)/house edge information for their slots games.
As mentioned previously BetOnSoft do offer a fairly extensive catalogue of video poker games. These games do not offer any form of auto-hold feature even of winning combinations.
There have been issue with at least one BetOnSoft Video Poker game – Rocket Jacks – where in the Progressive Jackpot appears to be consistently underpaying the player. See http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/online-casinos/52046-issue-betonsoft-progressive-video-poker.html for further information.
All in all, BetOnSoft don’t offer the highest quality software, but they do provide an alternative for the geographically restricted, whose options aren’t great. The golden rule if you are in this position is do your homework and choose your venue wisely. Some BetOnSoft venues appear to be largely reputable, others leave a lot to be desired.