GTBets Online Sportsbook Review l Complaints

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steve cooper
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GTBets is an online sports betting and casino site licensed out of Curacao.


About GTBets has been in business since 2011.  Management had been involved with another top sportsbook prior to it being sold.

GTBets Affiliate Program

40% commission - no negative carryover

GTBets Review

Verified Reviews:  "They definitely will pay . Plus they have good bonuses at times and they are cash. Not all the time but during times like March Madness or before a baseball or Basketball season or such starts a lot of times they do a 50%-100% cash bonus.  Limits are not great but i have seen worse."

"Solid rec(reational) book. It takes up to 48 hours for a bitcoin withdrawal, but they always pay."

“Solid book. I enjoyed their interface as well. I occasionally get promotion texts from them, like 50$ freeplay in casino. I would never play an online casino otherwise, but I played some murder mystery slot which was actually pretty enjoyable, so I can see the appeal. Not eligible for any more bonuses, so there is not much of a point in me going back there, but they paid out a significant amount rather quickly.”

Restricted Countries

Denmark,  France,  Latvia,  Netherlands,  Russia,  Serbia, United Kingdom and Canada

In United States, the following states are prohibited: Delaware,  District of Columbia,  Kentucky,  Louisiana,  Maryland,  Mississippi,  Missouri,  Nevada,  New Jersey,  New Mexico,  New York,  Oregon,  Pennsylvania,  Rhode Island,  Washington, and West Virginia

GTBets stopped taking bets from Pennsylvania residents effective April 1.

Deposit and Withdrawal Methods

For Deposits and Withdrawals
Bitcoin, BitcoinCash, Direct Cash, Litecoin, and Visa.
For Deposits Only
American Express, MasterCard, NETELLER, Prepaid Gaming/Gift Card/Tickets, and Skrill.
For Withdrawals Only
Bank Wire Transfer

Current Bonus Offer (*Subject to Change)

100% up to $500 on 1st deposit, 50% up to $500 on 2nd deposit

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