Are there still any TF2 gambling sites left, and do they still have users? That is what we’re going to answer today. Below you can find a list of all the gambling sites for TF2 that we know of. If we’ve forgotten any, please send us an email.
Keep in mind you have to be 18 or more to play on these sites, and we have not tried any of them out. We do not promote gambling. Gamble at your own risk, and only gamble money you can afford to lose.
TF2 Gambling Sites
These sites are sorted by the amount of users online as of writing.
All of the sites listed above have both jackpot and coinflip. TF2Hunt has more users. TF2Blaze has more game modes such as “30Max”, “Raffle” and “King” in addition to jackpot and coinflip.
Should I gamble?
You should only gamble if you’re 18 or older and want to do this for fun, with money you can afford to lose. If these criteria doesn’t fit you, you should not gamble. It’s addictive and may affect other parts of your life. Do not gamble to go in profit. That’s not how gambling works. You will always lose in the end. Cash out when you don’t want to risk it anymore, and do not go “big” because you have to “win back”. There is no logic in TF2 gambling or any other sites. There is no rule that says if coinflip has it blue 50 times in a row it should hit red. Their chances are equal (TF2 gambling sites always have odds on their side), and is not affected by sequence.
Are these sites legit?
We have not tried them out, so we can’t say for certain. But one thing is clear, and that is that the house always wins. TF2 gambling sites will always go in profit, that’s why they can afford to sponsor YouTubers and etc. If they didn’t make money, they couldn’t stay online, but that’s obviously not the case. Valve is against gambling and have multiple times banned gambling bots for both TF2 and CSGO. Your items are not protected. Gamble at your own risk.