BetVictor Casino Review
URL: BetVictor Casino
Software: Boss Media
Payment Methods: Visa Electron, Visa Delta, Switch, Solo, Maestro, Laser Cards, Visa and Master Cards, Moneybookers, Neteller, Ecocard, Ukash
Currency: GB Pound
From the rather uninspiring home page you can download the software (33 Meg for the full). A tutorial is available on the main site to teach you how to play the table games and also help files for the other games. Previews of the games, to show you what they look like before you get started are there too. Support is by Toll free phone in the UK and an international number for all others, and, of course email. Don't hold out much hope for news and promotions because there aren't any. The last one, at the time of writing was September 2003.
Depositing is done via Webdollar, using Visa Electron, Visa Delta, Switch, Solo, Maestro, Laser Cards, Visa and Master Cards, Moneybookers, Neteller, Ecocard & Ukash. Available in English, German, Spanish, French, Greek, Italian, Polish. All play is done in UK pounds.
After installing you are greeted by a Scottish lady and annoying piano music, which can be turned off to just leave you with the clunky and basic sound effects. The static image of the lobby area seems a few years out of date.
The games: Well not many of them I'm afraid (about 20). This does not measure up too well against the other software providers, but I am sure that there is a niche for this slightly old school software with dated graphics. The Jungle Jim game seems to be, graphically at least, a copy of the Microgaming game of the same name, but it doesn't play the same.
In summary then: It's a casino, you can play for money, but that's about it. I can find nothing to recommend about BetVictor Casino.