White label casinos are casinos online that outsource a portion of or all their operations except the aspect of brand marketing. And so, these casinos function through a 3rd party solution.

how do white label casinos compare to in-house casinos

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Many casino websites utilize this platform. Contrarily, an in-house casino uses its tech stack. Some differences between a white label casino and an in-house casino are:

Payments limits and options

The methods of payment are a vital portion of the journey of a player, and luckily, a white label casino has several options on offer. There are various white label providers, and one prime example is White Hat Gaming.

It is similar to other providers, like Dragonfish, Jumpman Gaming, and Aspire Global. You can use Paysafecard, PayPal, eWallets, bank transfers, and debit cards for payment purpose.

Sometimes, the minimum withdrawals and deposits do differ based on the brand owner and sometimes, according to the platform of white label. For instance, Dragonfish permits a brand owner to set £5 deposit and withdrawal limits because it works on bingo, and commonly bingo lures low-stake players.

Customer support

The aspect of customer support can be a little miss or hit at a white label casino when you make comparisons of it to the in-house casino websites. A few white-label platforms propose email support or a toll-free phone line. Most casinos consider live chat to be the most efficient and fastest method. Again, some white-label casinos possess live chat support too.

People will see many White Hat Gaming or Aspire Global casinos to observe how they propose their live chat customer support. A white hat gaming casino has round-the-clock support, and so, customers can have an interaction according to their wishes.

Casino games and games on offer slot

The casino games and games on offer slot remain the same between a white label casino and its counterparts. Reputed software providers, such as NetEnt and Microgaming, release many games after a deal is made.

Again, a few white label casinos have hundreds and thousands of games. Contrarily, the smaller casinos propose some hundred games only for making it more straightforward.

Many slot online are built in-house at some sites because they propose something different. Again, a prominent brand dedicates live dealer tables instead of the typical roulette and blackjack offering. It became apparent with LeoVegas and Evolution Gaming’s partnering to bring some exclusive tables to a specific area.

The offering of games on mobile devices

The mobile offering of a white-label casino is worth considering. When people wish to download an application for playing their preferred casino games, they ought to look beyond a white label casino. Although some possess casino applications, most of them don’t. When a brand needs an application, it can employ an Android developer, and an iOS developer works well for every Apple device.

It is an additional cost when a mobile site is fully optimized. So, it is not essential. Still, countless players love to possess an application because the sign-up process is faster, and applications commonly work efficiently, quickly, and smoothly.

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