There isn’t a ton of information on the interwebs about CoinGaming. They have a website, but it’s vague.
So what you’ll find below is the little bit we could dig up, plus a little extra we found digging around the sites they power.
What we do know about CoinGaming is they offer a white label solution to operators wanting to offer bitcoin casino games. Everything is provided – the games, software, support, etc – so operators can launch fast and with as few headaches as possible. Furthermore, they were the first bitcoin casino to hold a gaming license.
And they give operators a ton of flexibility from jurisdiction to legalities and bonuses to wagering requirements. They give operators the opportunity to run their business how they want.
So, do their operators drop that ball or pick it up and score?
The next section will tell you more.
Coin Gaming powers 5 casinos. Here’s a bit of info about each one.
BitCasino.io – One thing that makes these guys unique is that they use more than one software provider. On top of Coin Gaming they use BetSoft, Betgames and Ezugi.
They also have both English and Spanish speaking live dealer games. That, too, isn’t something you’ll find just anywhere.
You can also get a 100% match bonus up to 1 BTC. A VIP program and mobile app are on the way.
Bluff A Bit – Here you can take your pick from lotto, dice, casino and live dealer games. Their software comes from both Coin Gaming and Betsoft, and they too offer a 100% bonus up to 1 BTC.
CoinPoker.io – These guys are the self-proclaimed first licensed bitcoin poker room.
What’s interesting about these guys is their software – it reminds me of Cake Poker (a fiat poker site).
Here you can download their software or play from your browser. Take your pick from 4+ daily real-money-freerolls with at least 10 MBTC guaranteed.
They also have dice, casino and live dealer games, too.
VegasCasino.io – These guys look identical to Bluff A Bit (which makes sense – they use the same software). They offer few games, though, and they don’t have a deposit bonus. But they DO HAVE instant banking and live dealer games.
365BetBit – This is owned by Coin Gaming. It launched in 2014.
Their platform looks like identical to the others but with a different color theme. They offer more than 150 games, an instant play option and live dealer, dice and poker games.
That wraps it up.
If I had to choose a place to start it would be BitCasino.io. It looks like they have the widest selection of games and promotions. Next would be Bluff A Bit. The rest look incomplete by comparison.
Like non-bitcoin casinos the selection will vary from one casino to the next. Some operators choose to work with one software provider while others choose to work with more. The latter gives you more games.
Here’s a general overview of what you’ll have to choose from:
Live Dealer Games
Stakes, of course, will vary.
Dealer schedules will, too. But if you’re not gunning for a particular dealer then you can play 24/7.
One thing I noticed (I am a guy, after all) is how provocative the dealers are dressed. Some of them were in short dresses and lingerie, while others didn’t look dressed at all.
That could just be a ploy to get you in the door. But a mighty good one.
So what other games do they offer?
Choose from fun themes like:
Many of these come from BetSoft. While that is a different software provider, I think they’re worth pointing out because 1) they’re AWESOME and FUN to play, and 2) they’re at casinos that use CoinGaming.
You can’t be the best in every area, anyway.
Take your pick from table games such as:
… and a ton more.
They look like a solid software provider.
In fact, we’ve already reviewed BitCasino.io. We gave them a B+ rating for their large selection of (175+) games, promotions and for accepting American players.
Much of that comes from CoinGaming and their software. Thanks to them even Americans can enjoy live dealer games and 3D bitcoin slots. That’s not something even fiat-based casinos can say.