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Software Amigotechs
Deposit Methods Bank Wire Transfer, CLICK2PAY, Cheque, MasterCard, Neteller, Person to Person, Ukash, Visa, Skrill
Withdrawal Methods Money Order, Neteller, Person to Person, Skrill
Withdrawal Times EWallets: 24-48 hours
Bank Transfers: 7-10 days
Pending Time: 0-24 hours

Withdrawal Limit
Affiliate Program
Casino Type Instant Play
Manual Flushing No
Currencies US dollars
Languages English
Licences Costa Rica
Company JustBet Group Casinos
Established 2011
Live Chat Yes
Contact Support Mail Email: [email protected] Toll Free Phone Telephone: 1-855-274-8313 North America Support Phone Telephone: 855-274-8313 International Support Phone Telephone: +506-2298-5978
Justbet Casino

JustBet has been a part of the sportsbook industry since 1995, in the days leading up to Web-based sports betting. The site has undergone some big changes over the years, including the addition of racebook, live in-play, and casino games, and a big switch to the Bookmaker platform in 2006.

Let’s start with the positive stuff. Here are some reasons to
consider opening an account at JustBet:
JustBet is a sportsbook, racebook, and casino under
one roof.

I know plenty of gamblers who like to play

blackjack, bet on football, AND watch the ponies, and though the

lack of a poker room may be disappointing to some, it’s a

convenient collection of gambling options in a single location.

If you’re the type of gambler that likes to mix up his bets,

you’ll enjoy this feature.

The site is open to players from all over the world,
including the USA.

As far as I could tell, the only

country expressly forbidden at JustBet is France. USA-based

bettors have a difficult time finding a spot to accept their

bets, after the passage of the 2006 UIGEA bill that prohibits

certain financial transactions between Americans and known

gambling sites. If you live in the USA and you want to place a

sports bet or play an online slot game, you’ll appreciate that

JustBet accepts your business.

Bonuses and promotions are written in plain language
and somewhat easy to clear.

Every site has rollover

requirements – nobody’s in the business of giving away money –

but in some areas of JustBet’s promotions page, I found totally

decent bonus offers with clear terms and conditions. For

example, the sportsbook bonus rollover is 4x deposit-plus-bonus,

consistently, across all sports-related promotions. I may scoff

at the 40x rollover for the site’s slot bonus, but it’s worth

pointing out where they do well in this regard.

Now it’s time for the bad stuff. Here are some things that
concern me about JustBet’s services:
The site is run from Costa Rica.

The location of an online sportsbook or casino’s headquarters is not
usually a big deal. We worry more about the jurisdiction where
the site’s license is issued from. JustBet’s “licensing,” such
as it is, supposedly comes directly from the Costa Rican
government. The reason that’s troublesome? Costa Rica doesn’t
have any infrastructure to properly license games of chance.
Apparently, the only requirement for running a gambling website
from Costa Rica is submitting payment to the government for a
business license. Proper licensing, at a cost of ,500 per
year, is the only thing preventing a rogue operation from
setting up shop in Costa Rica. I’m not saying that JustBet is a
rogue operation just because it’s based in Costa Rica, but that
fact doesn’t inspire any kind of confidence in their legitimacy.

JustBet’s casino game library is painfully small and
made up of ugly games without a clear design platform.

I just counted, and the site hosts a grand total of 36 games,
including all slots, table games, and other options. I couldn’t
be less excited about a game library if it punched me in the
nose. Even the user interface looks outmoded, all matte gray,
silver, black, and red. I go into more detail in the Casino
section below.

I can’t put my finger on it, but something’s just
“off” about this site.

I’ll explain – I think it’s

weird that customer service isn’t available around the clock,

like at all the big sportsbook and casino sites I’ve ever

reviewed. I can’t think of a specific complaint on that subject

– it’s just not good that they don’t follow the same standard as

their competitors. In that same vein, I’m miffed that I couldn’t

access a list of available casino games (or a few other site

features) without opening an account. I didn’t have to pay them

or anything, but I’m not used to not having access to a casino

library without first opening an account. Again, I have no

specific reason to be mad about that, other than that it’s a

hassle that I’m not used to. Almost every feature of JustBet

leaves with a little puzzling question – Why’d they do it like


Here is an overview of each of JustBet’s gambling options.

Banking Options

American Express – Available for deposits only. –
VISA – Available for deposits only. – ,500
MasterCard – Available for deposits only. – 9
EcoCard – Deposits and withdrawals. 0 – ,000
Neteller – Deposits and withdrawals. 0 – ,000
Person-to-Person – International and domestic. 0 –
,000 depending on country of origin
Bank Draft – Deposits and withdrawals. 0 – no maximum
Bank Wire – Deposits and withdrawals. ,500 – no


JustBet is best known as a sportsbook. I wasn’t surprised to
find that the sportsbook is the best-looking and most
feature-laden of all the categories available for wagers at the
time of my review.

At the time of this review, JustBet allowed wagers in an
impressive array of sports and other markets. The site doesn’t
have the longest list of markets I’ve ever seen, but I was
surprised to see some unique coverage, especially considering
how sub-par the rest of JustBet’s gaming categories are.

Here’s every market available in the sports book:

  • Tennis
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Gold
  • Football
  • Motor Racing
  • Boxing
  • Martial Arts
  • Cricket
  • Entertainment
  • Political Futures
  • Rugby
  • Cycling
  • Politics
  • Entertainment
  • Surfing
  • Australian Rules Football

I was surprised to see Surfing listed – I’ve reviewed a
number of sportsbooks, and I’ve never had the privilege of
seeing that particular market on a list before. Also nice, the
inclusion of political and entertainment wagering, as well as
futures bets on those alternative markets. These options are
becoming more common, but not every sportsbook I visit offers
them, at least not at this time.

I’d like to point out, too, that each of these markets
includes wagers on a longer list of global leagues, professional
and amateur. You can wager on tiny soccer markets, US college
sports, and multiple levels of pro baseball, basketball, and
martial arts.

JustBet’s sportsbook allows wagers of the following types:

  • straight, parlay, teaser, and if-win. Each type of wager has a
  • different range of available wagers and betting types, so check
  • out the sportsbook’s FAQ page for further details on individual
  • markets.

Within the last year, JustBet released the second version of
their popular live In-Play sports betting options. Version 2.0
is supposed to have improved search functions, an improved
design, and a larger variety of faster streams. I never
experienced version 1.0, but I did like what little I saw of the
service. Besides my standard complaint about the way JustBet
looks and behaves – old and slow – I can verify that their live
betting system works.

The site’s racebook is not as popular as the sportsbook, but
I was impressed by the variety of US thoroughbred and harness
tracks available for wagers:
Arlington Park
Belmont Park
Ellis Park
Emerald Downs
Evangeline Downs
Finger Lakes
Indiana Downs
Laurel Park
Lone Star Park
Los Alamitos Thoroughbred
Louisiana Downs
Maywood Park
Meadowlands Harness
Mohawk Raceway
Monticello Raceway
Northfield Park
Penn National
Pocono Downs
Prairie Meadows
Retama Park
The Meadows
Yonkers Raceway

Available wagers at the racebook include win/place/show,
daily double, exacta, trifecta, and boxes.


JustBet’s casino games were designed by Digital Gaming
Solutions. DGS is known for providing casino software to sites
that mainly operate as sportsbooks. DGS is not a common software
platform, and for good reason. These games look old and hastily
thrown together. It’s one thing to focus on your sportsbook and
racebook, offering casino games as an afterthought, but it’s
another thing to provide sub-par software at the same time.
That’s the case with this and other DGS-powered casinos.

JustBet gathers all their casino games under different
headings. At the time of this review, the games were broken up
into the following categories:
Blackjack Games


The traditional game in a six-deck format, allowing just one hand per player.

Multi-hand Blackjack

The traditional game in a six-deck format, allowing up to five hands per player.

Double Exposure

A blackjack variant in which both the dealer’s cards are exposed.

Spanish Blackjack

A variant in which the deck contains no Tens, and a total of 21 always wins.

Switch Blackjack

A variant that allows the player to swap out cards in his hand for new ones.

Classic Slots

For players used to casino websites that host hundreds of
titles, this list probably looks a little anemic. If you think
the size of the library is bad, click through and try some of
these titles for yourself. They remind me of slots I was playing
ten years ago, with few features like bonus games, progressive
jackpots, and licensed themes.


variants of video poker is not enough of a variety to keep the

video poker fans that I know interested. The site tries to fluff

up their video poker library by including two 25-line versions,

but they’re not fooling any real video poker players.

I wish it focused less on their awful

interpretations of casino-style poker and more on classic game

variants, but beggars can’t be choosers.

The site’s bingo game allows play on up to

eight cards at a time, with a betting range between .25 and

per card. The video keno game hosted in this category is the

definition of the word “bog-standard,” looking just like every

other online keno game I’ve ever seen. I suppose it’s nice of

JustBet to include these two options, for any customers who are

really into bingo or keno, but they haven’t done much to make

the games interesting or worthy of replay.

I got an answer within two hours. I also tested

live chat, requesting some information about bonuses “before

signing up,” and I found the system to be effective, if a little

slow. According to the website, live chat closes after each

day’s last bets are made.

JustBet FAQ

Does JustBet’s sportsbook have a minimum and maximum wager amount?

Can I use my credit or debit card to make deposits and withdrawals?

Does JustBet offer a rewards program?

What is the payout percentage for ____?


I am of a double mind about JustBet. On the one hand, I hate to recommend it because I’m just not comfortable with Costa Rican gaming sites or their lack of regulation. On the other hand, I found very few legitimate complaints about the site’s operations or customer service. I may not like the tiny casino library or the ugly, outdated user interface, but that’s no reason to tell people not to open an account.

Visit the site and decide for yourself. I wouldn’t open an account at JustBet for all the reasons mentioned above – Costa Rican “licensure”, crappy casino games, and an ugly site are too much for me to overcome. But the site does accept American business, which may be enough to entice a number of bettors without even a glance at the other features.