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The Bubbles Bet sister sites (bubblesbet.com) are operated by Supernova Consulting EOOD Ltd of Bulgaria.

Bubbles Bet is not licenced by the UK Gambling Commission

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Bubbles Bet Sister Sites 2024


We have two pieces of pertinent information to give you before we proceed any further with information about the Bubbles Bet sister site. The first is that neither Bubbles Bet nor the company that operates the casino is covered by a UK Gambling Commission licence. That means the casino should reject any attempt by any UK-based player to register an account. The site doesn’t do so, though, so UK-based players are free to register here if they wish. We can’t condone that idea, as any player who did so wouldn’t have any regulatory protection.

The second piece of pertinent information is that while we’ve looked high and low, we can’t find any Bubbles Bet sister sites. We believe that this is the only casino that Supernova Consulting EOOD operates from its base in Bulgaria. It might be that the operator decides to add new casinos in the future, and you’ll find information about those casinos here if so, but in the meantime, there aren’t any Bubbles Bet sister sites to look at. Consider trying one of the casinos highlighted above, or find out more about Bubbles Bet by reading the review below.

Can Bubbles Bet Be Trusted?

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Bubbles Bet is a 2-star trusted casino.

1. UKGC License Neither this casino nor its operator are covered by a UK Gambling Commission licence.
2. UKGC Fines N/A – Bubbles Bet is outside the UKGC’s jurisdiction.
3. Customer Service Live chat or email support. No phone number.
4. Trustpilot Score N/A – Bubbles Bet hasn’t attracted sufficient Trustpilot reviews to be assessed this way.
5. Company Location Supernova Consulting EOOD is based in Bulgaria. This location would be considered safe if the company held a UKGC licence.
6. Visible Promo T&C’s Bonuses are advertised on the Bubbles Bet homepage without their key terms listed.
7. Social Media Presence We can’t find any social media accounts for Bubbles Bet.
8. Number of Sister Sites There aren’t any Bubbles Bet sister sites on the Supernova Consulting EOOD platform.
9. Games portfolio 1600+ slots plus a small selection of live dealer games.
10. Gamstop links Bubbles Bet is not on GamStop.
Overall SCORE > ★★★★★ – 2/5 Stars

Bubbles Bet Review 2024

It’s never an easy task to find out information about an offshore casino. From what we’ve been able to detect, Bubbles Bet has been online since 2023, so it’s not a casino with a lot of experience under its belt. It’s also the only casino owned and operated by Supernova Consulting EOOD, so the operator doesn’t have a lot of experience under its belt, either. Those facts alone can make it quite risky to engage with an online casino, and the fact that it doesn’t have a recognised iGaming licence increases those risks tenfold. Can this undersea-themed casino overcome these hurdles? Read on to find out.

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Bubbles Bet Welcome Offer

Bubbles Bet tries to keep new players around and involved by breaking its welcome promotion down across five deposits. The first deposit a new player makes at Bubbles Bet gets a 400% boost up to a cap of £2000, with one hundred free spins on a selected slots game included as part of the bargain. Second deposits are boosted at 200% up to £1000 (plus fifty free spins), and third deposits are boosted at 150% up to £1000 (plus twenty-five free spins). Fourth deposits are boosted at one hundred per cent up to a maximum of £1000, and fifth deposits get the same treatment. The minimum deposit is always £20, the bonuses can only be used on slots, and the wagering requirement is x50.

Ongoing Promotions

We know there are more promotions at Bubble Bet, but we’re not sure how they work because the casino does a very poor job of explaining them. There’s a Bubble Bet “shop” linked to the top menu, and in that shop, players can trade loyalty points for free spins or bonus money. Alternatively, they can spin a bonus wheel and see what it brings them. The value of the prizes on the wheel is also linked to loyalty points. We know it takes twenty-five loyalty points to purchase £1 in bonus cash, but we don’t know what it takes to build up a balance of twenty-five loyalty points.

As well as the shop, Bubble Bet has “islands” for players to tour, with bonuses to be unlocked on each island. Tours are completed by accomplishing the specific missions that the casino lays out on each island, details of which can be found on the “Challenges” page. They’re mostly wagering challenges, so the general theme is “spend money to win money.”

Pros and Cons of Bubbles Bet

Pros: Bubbles Bet comes with more than 1500 slots to play, most of which come from well-respected providers. The welcome bonus is large, and if you can work out how the missions and additional promotions work, there might be further value to be found there, too. The casino is broadly well presented.

Cons: The wagering requirements of x50 that come with the welcome promotion are too high. The other bonuses are poorly explained, making it hard to work out whether they offer any genuine value or not. There’s almost no information available about withdrawal processing, and the casino doesn’t have an iGaming licence. That last point is a real killer because it makes the casino unsafe.

Top Games at Bubbles Bet

Bubbles Bet makes no bones about the fact that it offers far more slots than it does any other kind of casino game. It even has counters on its homepage so we can see how many games are in each category. The tally at the time this review was written was just over 1650 slots, plus 40 live casino games and just 8 table games. That makes slots the casino’s clear speciality, and of the slots that it offers, it seems to have a thing for the best works of Pragmatic Play.

The slots game in the top spot at Bubbles Bet when we visited the casino to write this review was Starlight Princess 1000, but that might have had something to do with the newness of the game at the time. Bigger Bazz Bonanza and Sweet Bonanza were both also in feature spots, as were Madame Destiny Megaways and Gates of Olympus 1000. Plenty of other slots by plenty of other providers are also available, but Pragmatic Play is hogging the spotlight.

Withdrawal Processing and Support

Somewhat frustratingly, Bubble Bet doesn’t have a banking page. Even more frustratingly, the casino doesn’t cover the topic of withdrawals in any great detail anywhere else on its website, either. The only thing it says about payments in its very brief FAQ is that all payment processing at Bubble Bet is safe and secure before going on to make reference to a payments page that doesn’t exist. Checking the full terms and casinos, though, reveals that there are some nasty caveats here.

Players at Bubbles Bet can only withdraw up to £5000 every seven days, which is too low for high-rollers. Withdrawals are subject to fees of up to eight per cent per transaction, and all deposits have to be wagered x5 before withdrawals will be approved. There’s no mention of timescales nor any confirmation of supported methods, but the logos of Skrill, Visa, Paysafecard, and (oddly) Japan’s JCB credit cards appear in the footer of the website. We assume that these are the only permitted methods.

Customer Support and Licensing

There’s a contact form under the “Contact Us” tab on the Bubbles Bet website, and also a live chat widget. The live chat widget connects players to a bot service, but the bot can’t provide answers to even the most basic of questions. You can ask to speak to a human instead, but there will likely be a wait involved. Bubbles Bet doesn’t have any iGaming licences, which means there’s no regulator or other authority to complain to if the casino mistreats you or fails to handle a complaint. We assume that any Bubbles Bet sister sites, should any exist, are in the same state.

Bubbles Bet – The Verdict

Let’s recap a few of the key features of Bubbles Bet. The casino is unlicensed. It charges fees for withdrawals, has a low weekly withdrawal cap, and further imposes wagering requirements on deposits. Speaking of wagering requirements, the ones imposed on its welcome bonus are too high. No guarantees are offered about withdrawal speeds. It’s not so much a case of “What’s not to like?” as “What’s to like?” to which the answer is surely, “Not very much.” This isn’t a casino we’d go out of our way to visit, and nor should you.

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