Vulcun Review – Introduction:
Vulcun was a leading daily fantasy Esports website however it is on hiatus since January 2016.
Reputation and Reliability:
Until Vulcun clarifies their position since shutting their daily fantasy section, we’re reserving judgement on their reliability. They had a good reputation previously, but we wouldn’t recommend signing up at this time.
Vulcun – CSGO Betting:
Vulcun has postponed its fantasy CSGO, thus this is not available currently.
Vulcun – eSports history:
Vulcun stems from Team Vulcun who took part in the LCS North America 2013 event and finished 3rd. From there the brand went quiet and then launched the Vulcun site as we know it today. Unlike other draft sites and bookmakers their roots begun in traditional Esports, so it’s great to support a site made by gamers for gamers.
Currently there are only two payment options: credit card or PayPal. As is standard with almost all websites, withdrawals need to go back to the original method used unless specified elsewhere.
Withdrawals take 5-7 days after being requested to be received.
Vulcun offer several support options: phone, email and live chat. Every time we’ve gone onto the live chat platform it’s been offline however we could just be getting unlucky. Telephone support is available from 9am to 5pm PDT on +1 (415) 599-2077.
Where available you probably want to be using live chat to get instant responses to your queries.
Website & Betting Options:
There is no betting available currently because in January 2016 Vulcun announced that it was stopping its daily fantasy business.
Other sports are not available at Vulcun. There are many other Esports that you can wager on such as League of Legends, DoTA, Call of Duty, Hearthstone, StarCraft, Smite and FIFA.
There are no other products such as a casino or poker. This is because Vulcun is focused on America where such products are illegal in most states.
We recommend waiting until Vulcun clarifies its future.