CBS Global unveils new crypto casino
A new crypto casino site has been launched by CBS Global, with thousands of games being made available to players who join.
Crypto Bet Sports has signed up leading game providers such as Microgaming, NetEnt, Play’n Go and Yggdrasil as well as Playtech and Pragmatic Play, to feature in the site’s library.
The new crypto casino also has a sportsbook – it has been provided by BetRadar – and new customers can get a risk-free bet when they sign up. Esports have been included on the long list of sports that are available to bet on with crypto at the new Crypto Bet Sports site.
Live casino games are also included in the selection at the crypto casino, with games from industry powerhouse Evolution among those that are available to play with live dealers.
Chief executive officer James Dowd says Crypto Bet Sports believes “in the fusion of cutting-edge technology and sports entertainment”.
In a statement, he added: “By harnessing the power of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, we invite sports fans, casino lovers and crypto enthusiasts to join us on this exciting journey as we redefine the way we engage with our favourite teams, slots and casino games.”
Cryptocurrencies including BTC, LTC, BCH, ETH, USDT(ERC-20), TRX, USDT(TRC-20), DOGE, and XRP are currently among those to be accepted on the Crypto Bet Sports site. However, customers will soon be given the chance to play with the site’s very own token.
Players who join Crypto Bet Sports are also able to make their way through 100 levels of a reward program that has been designed to encourage its customers to make repeat visits.
A 100% welcome boost of up to 1 BTC and 50 free spins is up for grabs at the new crypto casino. Other promotions to have been made available at Crypto Bet Sports include daily loot boxes that boast prizes that are worth up to 1 BTC.
The launch of the new crypto casino and sports betting site is a further sign that crypto betting could be the future of the online gambling industry. Many traditional betting brands and casinos are beginning to accept crypto payments and new crypto casinos are regularly being launched as the level of competition within the burgeoning sector continues to expand at a rapid rate.
Indeed, the co-chief executive of leading gambling software development company Softswiss Andrey Starovoitov recently suggested that the crypto gambling market “is still far from its high”.