Casino Room is a well-designed site which is licenced and registered in Malta. This means that it is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, so not only does it look good, it is safe to play too. The ergonomically designed site is optimised for the smartphone or tablet, but in fairness you can play on this site with any device you choose. Larger screens benefit from the panoramic view and pixel perfect graphics.
But never mind the looks, what about the games? Enter the lobby and all the game categories are set out handily down the left hand side of your screen. Slots are listed first, and there is a very good range of these. Over three hundred of today’s best titles are provided, from just about all of the top games designers. NetEnt, NextGen, Microgaming and Scientific Games are just some of top companies on board here. This means that you get mega games like Game of Thornes, Hot as Hades, Joker Pro and Starburst, plus some good old traditional classics like Terminator 2 and Cool Buck. There are a dozen or so progressives as well, with top prizes at the time of writing well in excess of £6 million. All the games are available to Play for Fun as too, so you can try them out for free before risking your own cash.
Next on the list are the table games, with around twenty different formats of Blackjack and Roulette, including some live gaming as well, including Baccarat and several varieties of Poker.
So Are the Terms & Conditions Fair?
At the time of our visit, a deposit bonus scheme and free spins were available for new players. Deposit bonuses require a minimum deposit of £20, and carry a wagering requirement of 45 x, which is about average for casinos generally. The value of your free spins must be wagered 75 x.
Withdrawals are subject to a minimum claim of £10, and there are several maximum limits too. These are £10,000 per week and £30,000 per month. Larger wins may be subdivided into payments of £1,500. The operators also reserve the right to charge fees for withdrawal, although these are not specified in the Terms & Conditions, which is a bit naughty. They promise to let you know if when you apply, which is very good of them.
Deposit alternatives include the ever reliable and convenient Trustly of course. You can also choose to pay by the usual credit or debit cards, or by electronic methods such as Neteller or Skrill. The pre-payment option Paysafecard is also available. Again, they reserve the right to charge you a fee for processing deposits, but do not specify when or how much this will be.
Design and content wise, this site is difficult to fault. The range of games and style of this title is well up to standard, with everything perfectly suited for play on the more compact screens of your smartphone or tablet. Players should be wary of the various unspecified fees for both deposits and withdrawals however.