EVE Online Gambling Sites, Major Players
Unlike most games I’ve played, eve online has a lot of interesting ways to make money. One of my favorite ways of doing this is by gambling. There are multiple websites that do this and I am going to cover several different EVE Online gambling sites that I have used over the last year.
Keep in mind that these opinions are from my own experiences with these websites. EVE Online gambling sites can be a quick path to being broke. As always in EVE, only play what you can afford to lose.
Total ISK bet as of writing: 200+ Trillion ISK
Ingame Channel: Eve-Bet
My favorite site for gambling has a lot of ways to make or break your wallet, from a slot machine, to roulette and blackjack. But my main reason for using this website is for wagering on sports from all over the world, including but not limited to, football, American football, horse racing from around the world, e-sports, and basketball, they even have cricket (A sport for old men who drink tea I think). While the site has some bugs with certain countries and sports, Eve-Bet is still my go to site for all types of betting, especially for people who watch sports.
Total ISK wagered as of writing: 2 Quadrillion isk
Ingame Channel: I want ISK
This website has recently hit 2 quadrillion ISK bet on everything on the site, which at the moment is raffles of ships and equipment and multiple slot machines. The main draw-ins for this site is the mailing list, which gives away free codes for ISK and the many slot machines, all of which have different gimmicks like giving away free ships and all have a extra minigame. It also has a token system which you can get for spending ISK and The site has plenty more games in the works, including Texas Hold’em, but right now I would only use it for slots, especially the lower end ones. Also, if you check the IWant ISK promos page on this site, I’ve posted a list of all the active promos.
Total ISK wagered as of writing: 300+ Trillion ISK
Ingame Channel: EOH Poker / EOH Games
Despite the fact that this website is pretty much self-explanatory, it still is the best place for playing poker with your ISK, from the free bi-daily 25 million tournaments to the weekly 250 mil tournaments, plus more tournaments and regular tables.
Total ISK wagered: unknown
One of the newest ventures of themittani.com is pretty much raffles for tech 2 ships of all sizes, and PLEX. It also has a referral program and a chip collection mini game thing. I really like the ideas, but it requires a bigger investment of ISK than the other sites on here. It’s good if you have the ISK to burn but new players should steer clear of this site as the raffles are expensive.
Total ISK wagered: 250+ Billion ISK
A newer and smaller site than the others on this list. This site offers lotteries/raffles as it’s main game. If you have some spare ISK lying around and want to try your hand at some nice ships, feel free to check this out. The one caveat is that the raffles take a while to finish sue to the small traffic volume of the site.
Total ISK wagered: 34,782,200,000 ISK
Ingame Channel: Eve blackjack
One of the simplest websites for gambling and it also works in the in game browser very well. The name is self-explanatory, though it does have a lottery giveaway based on how much ISK people spend.Like other gambling sites, it uses the EVE Online API to track deposits and winnings. Recommended to anyone who wants to try gambling for the first time.
Total ISK awarded: 250,000,000,000+ ISK
ingame public channel: EVE-Lotteries
Another newer kid on the blok. This one is very similar to the likes of Crink, in that it’s main draw is the lotteries. You can also earn ISK from referring new users. Users are awarded super tickets whwn they bet ISK, they can then use these tickets to buy into raffles for super rare items worth mountains of ISK. New users are also given 10 Million ISK free as a welcome gift. The only real downside here is that like some other raffle sites, users can only withdraw items they win, and not liquid ISK.
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