Games on BitSler Dice, Roulette, Boom, Dicey 7s, Cara Y Cruz, Multicolor and Blast is a crash game.There is also an hourly jackpot where players with GOLD 5 status and above can play as many times as they want. Anonymous players cannot take part. Players can win up to 0.004 BTC. Each game has its own jackpot system. Where to win you need to roll 77.77, with the last two digits of the ID bet at 77. The jackpot prize pool is always a min of 0.15 BTC.
Though not a game, the platform features a robust Bitsler sportsbook that we have to mention. Once you access it through the sports tab in the top navigation bar, you will be able to bet on twenty-two sports, not including eSports and Specials bets. The sportsbook has a bet-builder option, and you can make in-play bets.
On the Bitsler game side of things, you can choose from one of thirteen provably fair games. We took the time to list them below, complete with their house edges.
|Game||House Edge||Minimum Bet||Provably Fair?|
|Fruitsler Slots||3%||0.00000100 BTC||Yes|
|Crypto Thugs||3.1%||0.00000100 BTC||Yes|
|Cara y Cruz||2%||0.00000001 BTC||Yes|
|Dice 7’s||2%||0.00000100 BTC||Yes|
Experienced players are likely aware of how most of these games work. If you’re a newbie, you can go to the forums, look through the Help Center, and search through the Bitsler blog to find out the rules. However, we recommend hitting the tutorial button under each game to receive step-by-step instructions. It is best to claim Bitsler Coins and test out the games using those before playing with real cryptos. As these are provably fair games, all of them are easy to grasp. The newest addition to the pack is Crypto Thugs, which is different in that, it is a modern-day slot.
Please note that all games except dice and blackjack have a house edge of 2% or higher, which is double the house edge of most sites. As mentioned before, all Bitsler games use a provably fair system which means that you can verify if your bets are fair. You also have hotkeys for all games and the ability to ‘turbo bet’ or ‘autobet’. We first started by testing ‘Twister’ which seems to basically work like your classic dice game. Basically you have to guess if the number is going to be over or under a specific number.