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Tiger Gaming is a weird sort of brand by BetOnline, that's been around, since forever. It's not an all-starrer site like others. It's quiet as a mouse, just living its life, day by day. Its official website address is: TigerGaming.com

I don't know, why BetOnline has been keeping a deadweight gambling site, like Tiger Gaming, alive for over two decades.

I checked, and TigerGaming.com gets a measly four thousand or so people visiting it from Google - mostly from the US and Canada - every month, as per Semrush data. It's indeed a dull place. Perhaps it's inviting of some kind of a hidden special traffic of a few high-net worth bettors, that have accounts there? or something else?

It's a mystery. And in the end, I think, I seem not to care much about it, either way. I guess, whatever reasons have compelled BetOnline group to keep this site active, let them be.

When it comes to licensing, they seem to have one issued in Curacao, which is a hub of Betfair-clones, that target the Indian gamblers. May be TigerGaming.com is popular there, though there should have been a lot of hoopla, from Indians, around this brand on the internet, over time.

But...

Couldn't find anything on them. Nothing. Zilch.

There isn't much ToS information available about TigerGaming.com, either. The most prominent thing, I could find was that they don't allow people living in a bunch of countries to sign up.

May be Germany is where it's at for them?

I don't know...may be.

TigerGaming.com's platform has all the popular casino games, like slots, roulette, blackjack - with sports betting included; however poker seems to be particularly up there for them.

It seems to tend to focus on poker rooms more than any other service. And if you're looking for an alternative to TigerGaming poker, I can recommend Ignition Casino (owned by Bovada), and Americas Cardroom.

Being part of the BetOnline group of sites, its live casino is powered by Visionary iGaming and slots are supplied by Betsoft, among a few others.

Deposits and withdrawals follow a standard protocol such as Visa, Mastercard, Bitcoin etc. Basically, nothing, out of the blue there.

Payouts are processed rather quickly, because if they weren't, we would hear about it on places like Reddit and Trustpilot, at least.

Min. deposit is only $25, but you can end up paying 7.% cc processing fee, which is steep, but not unconventional to offshore betting sites.

No fee for crypto, so use BTC or ETH, if you can.

With a 40X wagering requirement, TigerGaming.com does offer up to $3,000 in bonus funds for deposits, which is the same as its sister sites like Super Slots, High Roller Casino, and Wild Casino.

Nothing close to no deposit bonus is on the cards, so if you came here looking for it, shoo off, freeloader!

Support-wise, they're basic much like many others operating in this space. Shoot them an email at support@tigergaming.com, or talk to someone live using a chat service on their site.

I would say TigerGaming.com is just a site that's out there, with nothing pizzazzy about it, other than the fact, that it's survived long enough to live out more than 20 years.

Official website address: www.tigergaming.com

Cya

 

Claire Reid

I'm a Casino Dealer, Writer and a Musician. And guess what? I also write for BestSites.Bet on casinos and sports betting related topics.

 

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