Pixel.bet has moved recently away from being a purely eSports casino with the addition of slots and even live casino titles. That doesn’t mean though that their eSports bets offering was neglected in anyway as this casino still continues to be as reliable as before.
Following their recent inclusion in the LeoVegas Group, Pixel.bet got a boost on their games offering through the addition of over 700 new slot titles, RNG card games and even live dealer tables. Being acquired by one of Europe’s biggest online operators has it perks, apparently.
Talking about perks, being accepted into the Leo family means that Pixel.bet is one of the first eSports casino to benefit from the new no account system that the Swedish operator also uses on its other brands, a system that allows users with a BankID profile to skip the registration part and go straight to betting.
Pixel.bet’s eSports casino betting offering remains just as strong as before the Leo acquisition, with over 7 titles, including CS:GO, DOTA 2, LoL, Overwatch, Starcraft 2, Rocket League and the *cough mobile *cough, Chinese sensation King of Glory. So in other words, a bit for everyone and something extra for good measure.
Leaving aside the slots and live casino tables, which have nothing special – we are talking about the same selection of titles you can find on almost all online casinos ok – the eSports offering is definitely worth mentioning.
At the time of the review, Pixel.bet offered almost all eSports matches worthy of attention and some on the side. From big CS:GO matches from the Blast Pro Series, World Electronic Sports Games and United Masters League, to “smaller”, local tournaments such as the DOTA 2 Bucharest Minor or the Dutch KAYZR League.
In terms of betting options, if you choose to play at Pixel.bet you will have the standard Match / Game Winner but we were happy to see, they also offer special bets such as Handicap, Over/Under and Map Winner.
Pixel.bet offers more balanced odds when compared with other casinos. Here’s how its odds on a series of CS:GO matches looked when compared to GG Bet and Thunderpick.
Pixel.bet did not advertised any welcome bonuses at the time other the review even though the casino offers a 10% cashback your total winnings/losses need to be below 0. What this means is that, as long as you are a winning customer you don´t qualify for any cashback. The Cashback is summarized every week between 00:00 (CET) Thursday and Wednesday 23:59:59 (CET).
How the Pixel.bet cashback system works
Week 1: a customer wins €300 and the player account is summarized to €300.
Week 2 the same customer loses €400 and the account is summarized at minus €100 – the client will now get full 10% Cashback of the Week 2 losses and €40 is deposited into the account at Thursday 15:00 (CET).
Pixel.bet adopted a no-fuss type of attitude in regards to its casino design, which we fully appreciate. It’s sections and games are easy to find and identify and details about your account status and transaction history are easy to find and use.
We particularly liked the betslip look and feel as it was easy to navigate and update.
Being a “new” casino by most standards, Pixel.bet hasn’t yet won any significant recognitions. Hopefully this will change in the future.
How about you? what was your experience in dealing with Pixel.bet? Let us know in the comments below!
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