BetGames’ War of Bets is the standard game of Casino War taken to the live stream format and changed to allow for more betting options. And just like the rest of BetGames’ products, the War of Bets is hosted by lovely female dealers who only speak English, but there are other language options for the menu and interface.
The good thing about War of Bets is that you can play it any time you want as the game is streamed around the clock. There’s no break in-between, apart from when a dealer shuffles the cards or moves to let another take her place. Thus, it’s a good option for anyone looking to play Casino War anytime, anywhere, as the games are also mobile-compatible.
Unlike your regular Casino War game, at BetGames’ War of Bets the wagering takes part in two separate stages, both of which have no ties to the previous one, i.e. you can place the same bet twice per game. The first stage is called the “Primary Bets”, which is open before any cards are dealt, while the second stage “Player Card” is after the player’s card is dealt. When you launch the game, you will see both listed underneath the stream window with a progress bar showing where the game has progressed.
When you want to make a bet, you can just scroll down beneath the stream window to see all betting options or click/tap the three boxes where the dealer’s card, player card, and war symbol are placed to bet on these three options more quickly. Once you click a bet, it will automatically be entered into your bet slip and all that’s left would bet to fill in your betting amount and click “Place Bet”.
Apart from the standard Player/Banker/War bets, the other betting options you have at your disposal are betting on the colour of any of the cards, betting on the suit, and betting on different outcomes tied to the value of the cards. The betting odds can be seen next to the name of the bet, along with a star symbol that can be used to create your own “favourites” category.
If you were ever a fan of Casino War, BetGames’ War of Bets is a great option to spice things up a bit. Offering around-the-clock gameplay and a far superior betting variety than its traditional casino counterpart are the main pros of War of Bets, while the dealers are only the icing on the cake. However, make sure you don’t get carried away by the perpetual gaming format.