Bet On Soft ???


Dormant account
Sep 23, 2011
North Texas
I'm curious why we see virtually no mention of this platform here on CM and most other sites. I understand that Grande Prive is pretty much rouge across the board on nearly every forum due to the screwing of their affiliates and other reasons.

I also understand that players outside the states have much better options and most wouldn't bother to use this platform. The only group that I actually "trust" is the Genesys Club Group consisting of Treasure Mile, Mandarin Palace, Wizbet, Lucky Creek, and Grand Eagle.

In the later part of 2013, CM kicked off "Reelspin" with an exclusive bonus offer in a big way. Ultimately, Reelspin was not accredited due to offering too few payout options I believe. I'm curious why they jumped ship and went to RTG. Is it because players just do not care for this platform in general? Was it because the licensing terms were too expensive or prohibitive? We all know RTG will license their product to anyone with the money to pay their fees.

I have had a couple of good wins playing Bet On Soft. They were Video Poker and Blackjack. I have never had a really big hit on their slots. Some of their newer Video Slots are much improved but the older one have crude graphics and extremely irritating and repetitive sound effects. I like a few of their Classic Slots.

Does anyone have any info they would like to share? I'm just wondering.


Ueber Meister
Jan 30, 2007
Texas, USA
I like the BetonSoft platform and have played at Treasure Mile. My problem is the length of time it takes to get paid. I'm not a patient person and two weeks is too long for me.

When they fiirst came out, I had several cashouts and all were paid within a week but I believe now that they are taking longer.


Ueber Meister Mouse
Sep 12, 2004
I just never cared much for the software. Had 'display' issues playing VP ... I think some cards were ghostly visible before being turned yet the card seen wasn't what appeared after they were turned over. Too weird for me. And slots there were too ho hum.

I suppose I'm still caught in the past... I missed MG and Playtech and longed for IGT, WMS, etc. In my mind, non regulated online gambling for USA players is stuck in the dark ages.


Dormant Account
Sep 18, 2013
Florida, USA
I like the games. Played at Reel Spin until the switched to RTG. I now play at Lotus Asia. KK had them listed on his site. So far a good experience but they are a little slow with the payments.


Ueber Meister
Aug 28, 2009
Right here
I used to play on Treasure Mile and Lucky Creek but the RTP seems very low. So it basically just feels like donating when I play there, as I think I have had only one cashout over 3 or 4 years of playing there. Incidentally, that's probably why casinos with low RTP's don't do as well over the long-term - the fun factor disappears when you start thinking you have no chance of a cash out.

I will deposit there on a rare occasion, but only for a change.


Meister Member
Mar 27, 2012
The games don't look bad at all, but the pay tables are generally horrendous. Plus the game play is very slow full of unnecessary animations.
No wonder we don't see their slots anywhere else, like other less known software providers (BetSoft or Bally, which are awful as well, but found their way to multi-platform casinos).


Keep It Simple, Stupid.
Aug 24, 2010
Your Happy Place
It's a real shame that ReelSpin decided to switch their software from Bet On soft to RTG. I really
did enjoy the refreshing change to be able to play the Bet On Soft software as a U.S. resident.

As far as Treasure Mile and whoever is associated with them.. I never had enough trust to play there.
Also, this group heavily spams.

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