BigGame touts itself as the premier EOS gaming platform, and it is hard to argue with that based on its popularity. While there are barely over 800 weekly users on the site, there are well over a million weekly transactions on the site, which means that those users are using the site in massive numbers when they are active. And with a nice roster of provably fair games, it is understandable that they would do that.
The games menu at BigGame is, ironically enough, pretty small. There are four games to choose from: Poker War, Bull Fight, Dice, and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Poker War is a game where bettors can attempt to predict whether one side or another will be dealt a better three card poker hand. Bull Fight is a card game where five hands are dealt and one becomes the banker, which competes against the remaining four hands. And dice and Hold’em are more standard offerings.
This site does offer players a VIP program that allows them to take advantage of better and better perks the more that they end up doing on the site itself. Bettors can earn perks such as reimbursement on betting losses and bonuses for moving up to new levels, which is a great thing for those who like to bet in larger quantities and are a fan of the games that are on offer here.
From a functionality standpoint, this site works very nicely and allows players to easily switch back and forth from one game to another. That makes for a positive user experience, at least from what we have seen.