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Netbet Enterprises Limited Information
Who are NetBet Enterprises Limited?
Everybody knows that NetBet is a big name in the iGaming world, but does the operator run a single casino website, or does it run several? That’s a difficult question to answer, but we’ve gone down the “multiple sites” route, which is why you’ll find separate entries on our website for each of the company’s numerous branded iGaming minisites.
Like so many of its peers, NetBet Enterprises Limited is based in Malta. If you’re a casino network company, it’s the perfect place to be because the island’s authorities don’t take as much money in tax from iGaming companies as the UK government does. While the NetBet brand as a whole might be better known in France than it is in the UK thanks to its multiple sponsorships of football teams in the country, it’s still a name that plenty of UK-based players will be more than familiar with – and you’ve come to the best place to find out more about the company.
An overview of NetBet Enterprises Limited
NetBet was founded in 2001, which means it was early to the internet revolution. It wasn’t the first iGaming company to set up shop after the internet opened up new frontiers for gambling, but you won’t find many big names that can boast of having more experience. Any company with more than twenty years of experience in the iGaming world is considered a veteran, so we can attach that label to NetBet. Currently, NetBet’s casinos and websites are available in eleven languages, confirming the company’s status as an international gambling brand.
While we don’t have official figures from the company, we believe from other sources that NetBet currently has around five hundred employees and enjoys around £26m per year in revenue. While we wouldn’t want to be held to those numbers, they sound about right in the context of what we know about NetBet’s size and reach. Aside from the head office in Malta, you’ll also find NetBet offices in France, the UK, Romania, and the United States of America. The presence of the American office indicates that NetBet intends to investigate the opportunities offered by the US sports betting market. That’s despite the fact that the company has semi-recently stopped offering sports betting in France.
NetBet Company History
We’ve said that NetBet has been around since 2001, but we might have been guilty of a tiny white lie in giving you that information. It’s technically correct – the company that we now know as NetBet was incorporated in Malta that year – but there’s more to the story than that. For the first five years of its existence, NetBet was dormant. It was preparing to launch and didn’t acquire its first recognised iGaming licence (which came from the Malta Gaming Authority) until 2006. Back then, the company wasn’t called NetBet.
The original name for this familiar iGaming firm was the Cosmo Gaming Company, which is the moniker it’s traded under for almost its entire existence to date. It wasn’t until March 2017 that the Cosmo Gaming Company became NetBet, and even now, the Cosmo Gaming Company still exists in a way. NetBet is presented as a Cosmo Gaming Company, although in real terms, the only reason that the Cosmo Gaming Company exists is to operate NetBet.
As large and impressive as the collection of casino games divided across the various NetBet minisites and brands is today, you wouldn’t have found quite so much to entertain you if you’d visited NetBet a few years ago. Until 2013, the operator didn’t work with many big-name providers at all. The first well-known name to come aboard was iSoftBet, which agreed to start providing sports betting and live casino services to the NetBet sites in 2013. Three years later, NetBet struck a deal with Playtech that not only brought Playtech’s massive portfolio of slots and games to NetBet but also called for Playtech to make new, exclusive games for the company’s platforms.
Bringing Playtech on board was a sign to other casino game providers that NetBet was open for business, so the brand’s ranks have swollen considerably since then. Iron Dog Studio’s entire suite of games was added to NetBet Casino in 2018, and the company has been offering both digital and real-world poker tours since 2015. As the number of NetBet minisites has increased, so too has the number of providers working with the company’s various brands. There are currently more than 1500 slots, card games and table games available in the NetBet portfolio, and they come from some of the best providers in the world. That’s not to mention the NetBet sportsbook.
NetBet and the UK Gambling Commission
NetBet wouldn’t be able to operate in the UK if it didn’t have the requisite license from the UK Gambling Commission. Its first-ever licence might have come from its native Malta, but NetBet has held a UKGC licence since December 2017. However, it hasn’t quite been able to keep that licence clean.
In 2020, the UK Gambling Commission undertook a review of NetBet’s operations. The findings of the review were announced in October of that year and didn’t make for pleasant reading for NetBet. The Commission found that between November 2018 and May 2019, NetBet hadn’t been in compliance with two conditions of its operating licence. Specifically, the company hadn’t been properly processing source of funds information for its customers and hadn’t correctly implemented its own responsible gambling policies.
As a result of these failures, NetBet paid £748,000 to the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms in lieu of a formal financial penalty. The Commission noted in its report that NetBet had already addressed the failings identified during the review, and a number of changes to its processes had subsequently been made. There’s been no suggestion that NetBet has repeated any of the failings in the years since. A public statement about the investigation and its findings was published at the time and can still be found on the UK Gambling Commission website.
The Top NetBet Enterprises Limited Sites
You can debate whether or not NetBet operates a single iGaming site or several iGaming sites until the cows come home – and plenty of people have. From a technical point of view, all the NetBet brands are attached to the same URL, so it’s possible to construe them as a single site. Each of them has slightly different branding, though, and they’re listed separately on the operator’s UK Gambling Commission licence, so you could make just as compelling an argument for there being several NetBet sister sites. We’ve taken the latter approach.
If you were to ask most gamblers what they associate the NetBet brand with, they’d probably say sports betting. It’s now a multi-faceted iGaming brand, but sports betting is where the company got started, and it’s still what it’s considered to do best. Regular bettors at NetBet will know all about its “Football Jackpot” bonus reward system, as well as the regular “NetBet Boosts” that can be applied to your bets to spice them up a little. Promotions are plentiful, e-sports are covered, and you can even bet on politics if you’re feeling brave enough. NetBet has just as much to offer as your favourite sports betting brand – and perhaps a little bit more on top.
While the NetBet sister sites might share the same look, you’ll always know which page or minisite you’re currently using, thanks to the simple-as-you-like naming system. If you want to play slots and casino games with the NetBet brand, for example, all you need to do is visit NetBet Casino. It’s not the only one of the NetBet sister sites to offer slots, but the fairly generous welcome offer at NetBet Casino means you may be better off playing here than you would be at any of the other casino-focused NetBet brands.
NetBet Casino has a motto:- “One hundred per cent reliable, one hundred per cent fun.” It’s not the snappiest catchphrase from a marketing point of view, but it’s there to reassure players that they’re playing in a secure, friendly iGaming environment. There are more than 2500 casino games to play with at this minisite, which makes it feel anything but “mini.” In fact, we think that every game that NetBet Live Casino and NetBet Vegas have to offer is also available at NetBet Casino, which leaves us wondering what the point of the other brands is.
We’ve just queried the point of NetBet Vegas’s existence. Looking at the homepage of the NetBet Vegas minisite doesn’t solve the query. While the other minisites are fairly well-defined – you know what you’re going to get from an iGaming site called NetBet Poker, for example – NetBet Vegas is anything but. The landing page is pretty, and it offers a greater spotlight on the long-running Age of Gods series of slots from Playtech Vikings, but those two factors alone aren’t a good reason to make a casino site. All of this could easily have been contained within NetBet Casino.
While you might find yourself tempted to click the “Explore Vegas” button on the homepage of NetBet Vegas, we can save you the time. When you explore the site, you’ll find that it has the same games as NetBet Casino. You’ll also find that it has the same welcome promotion as NetBet Casino. The only differences between the two NetBet sister sites are differences in focus rather than content. The long and short of it is that there’s nothing special or unique about NetBet Vegas, and we’re not sure why it exists as a brand.
Online poker enthusiasts are spoiled for choice when it comes to the number of great options out there on the internet for them, but NetBet Poker isn’t a name that gets spoken about a lot. Perhaps it ought to be. NetBet isn’t famous for poker, but maybe it’s time people started paying more attention to this try-hard poker brand. It’s a little old-school in the way that it goes about its business – it asks potential players to download software instead of playing through their browser, for example – but there’s plenty of great content to be enjoyed by those who do.
New players at NetBet Poker can claim a welcome bonus worth up to £1000 in free poker chips, with reasonable terms and conditions attached to the promotion. That’s a far warmer welcome than you’ll find waiting for you at most of the traditional “big name” online poker brands. If you’ve had your fill of regular poker and you’re after something a little different, you’ll find that NetBet Poker offers both Speed Poker and Twister Poker. Those who stick with NetBet Poker for the long run might find their way into the VIP Members’ Club, which might involve invitations to come and play tournaments in the flesh for enormous prize pots.
NetBet Live Casino
We don’t think we have to offer you much by way of explanation about what NetBet Live Casino is and how it operates; it has the most self-explanatory name of all the NetBet sister sites. This, quite obviously, is where you’ll find the full suite of live casino, live dealer and live game show options that NetBet offers. The fact that all of these games can already be accessed via NetBet Casino is apparently immaterial to whoever came up with the concept for this minisite – they just used a vivid shade of green to provide highlights to the usual stock grey NetBet shade and hoped you wouldn’t notice.
Several of the live casino games you’ll find at this site are exclusive to the NetBet brand, including several varieties of live roulette. Quite a few of the blackjack games are exclusive titles, too. Our favourite feature of NetBet Live Casino is the fact that you don’t have to click into any of the games to find out whether they’re busy or not – all the information you need about how many people are in the room or the queue is already visible on the homepage. We wish every live casino site was this efficient.
Full list of Netbet Enterprises Limited casinos
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