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BetSoft – Easily the Best Slots Software for Americans

Guess what?

I like BetSoft. A lot. They’re easily my top pick for best US-friendly casino software. I’ll show you why in just a second.

But just know this – if you like Microgaming software, slots, Pixar movies, video games and/or slot bonus rounds – I think you’ll like them, too.

So, let’s get started.

BetSoft got its start in 1999. Other websites say they were an “instant hit. I don’t know about that.

I didn’t hear of them until a couple years ago when mobile gambling was starting to become more popular. At the time they were one of the only US software companies to have mobile compatible games, let alone games for Windows devices.

But now? I see them everywhere.

But there aren’t many standalone BetSoft casinos – I only know of one: Drake Casino. Other than that, BetSoft merely acts as a supplement to a casino’s existing game library.

(A steroid is more like it.)

There’s nothing wrong with that, though. It only means we’ll have an infinite supply of slots and table games from high quality US and European online casinos.

Like the ones we list in the next section.

Where You Can Find BetSoft

Good news: You have no shortage of BetSoft casinos to choose from. Over the last couple of years BetSoft has inked multiple deals to lease out their games.

With that said, here are some of the places (or companies) where you’ll find their software:

  • Bovada
  • Bet365
  • Fun88
  • ComeOn
  • Mansion
  • Win Cake
  • Drake Casino

My top picks for American-friendly casinos are Bovada and I would trust them most with my money. They also have games from Real Time Gaming.

For European players I would choose Bet365. I don’t think you can go wrong with a trusted private company as large as theirs. They also offer online poker, bingo and sports betting, so you have TONS to do with one account.

And if you’re into that sort of thing, BetSoft has also partnered with SoftSwiss, a general software company that many people know for their bitcoin casinos.

The bottom line – there’s really not a wrong place to go. Last I checked on, there’s not a rogue casino that offers BetSoft games.

Speaking of Games, Here’s What You Can Look Forward to Playing

Let’s look at BetSoft’s games.

They have more than 150 games you can play. They cover all the basics, including video poker, blackjack, craps, roulette and slots. All their games are proprietary, to the best of my knowledge.

(In other words – they make all their games in-house and do not have any licensed titles.)

Their best games – and what they’re known for – are their Slots3 Series slot machines. I’m going to list a few of their killer titles in just a second.

But first, here’s a breakdown of their other casino games;

Mobile – They offer a couple dozen mobile-friendly games compatible with Apple, Android and even Windows devices. There are a couple table games, but the selection is heavily weighted towards slots.

Video Poker – You have 12 varieties to choose from. This includes titles such as Joker Poker and Jacks or Better, as well as variations like multi-hand poker that have 8 pay tables and allow you to play up to 100 hands simultaneously.

Table Games – This includes the garden variety, such as Casino War, Red Dog, Craps, Blackjack (and other 21 variations), Pai Gow Poker and Roulette.

Slots – BetSoft has standard slot themes that don’t have the cinematics or storylines that their Slots3 Series machines do. There are just shy of 2 dozen options here, including fun titles like The Ghouls or Invaders!.

Slots3 – These are 3D slots powered by BetSoft’s proprietary EXPANDICON technology. You can take your pick from entertaining themes like:

  • Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
  • Pinocchio
  • Greedy Goblins
  • Sugar Pop
  • Under the Bed
  • Boomanji
  • Under the Sea
  • Lost
  • The Slotfather
  • Madder Scientist
  • Tycoons
  • House of Fun
  • Rockstar

(My advice: Play Under the Bed, Madder Scientist or House of Fun.)

What’s unique about these machines is they’re so much like a video game. They all start out with a short intro that tells a story. For example, in House of Fun two kids get stranded on the side of the road. They find and enter a house packed full of creepy and strange people in attempt to help.

Do they get the help they need? You’ll have to play the game to find out.

You can play the games for free, either on the casino of your choice or BetSoft’s website. If you go to their website you’ll be able to view demos of their Slots3 games or download their PDFs that explain the stories, characters and how to win in more detail.

These slots are the closest I’ve come to the video slots you can play in Las Vegas. I’m not usually a slots guy, either.

The good news, though, is you don’t have to leave your house to play them. You just have to find a BetSoft-powered casino.