What with all the Brexit stuff going on, who knows what “GB” will actually mean in the future? Normally, I would put some kind of qualifier here, like “at the time of writing”. But the argument seems to have been going on for decades and will likely carry on for what will seem like a further eternity.

Maybe Casino GB already knows something we don’t, because the traditional Union Jack is notably absent from this site, although its logo does display a tasteful badge of red white and blue. This casino is powered by Progress Play software though, so what you do get is their traditional range of superb games to play.

For slots fans, this title has a superb selection of hundreds of great games to play. These are supplied by most of the biggest names in gaming software. Casino GB is able to take advantage of Progress Play’s licencing agreements with over twenty of the best games designers on the planet, including NetEnt, Microgaming and all of the Scientific Games group of suppliers. So all of today’s most played games are here.

But equally importantly, this broad range of providers means that there is plenty of choice for players looking to try something different. Innovative software names like Elk Studios, Rabcat and Thunderkick are also here to provide some exciting alternatives to the mainstream. There are half a dozen or so progressive jackpot games for players looking for the biggest prizes too.

It’s not all about the slots though. The traditional British casino is more renowned for its table games than the flashy slot machines which those brash American Las Vegas casinos seem to prefer. On this title, you can choose from close to forty different formats of all the main games, including Baccarat, Blackjack, Poker and Roulette. Around ten of these are live dealer games, so you can enjoy as realistic an experience as possible, even on your smartphone or tablet.

There is a good choice of other instant games as well, including a variety of scratch cards and some Lotto too.

It’s all laid out in the usual phone friendly Progress Play style: functional rather than beautiful. The buttons and links are boxy, winning few prizes for artistic merit but top marks for practicality on more compact screens.

It’s very easy to find your way around, but if you do get stick, support is at hand at any time of the day or night. You can contact the Customer Services team via e-mail or live chat.

Casino GB is licenced via the Malta Gaming Authority and is also fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. This means that it is considered safe to play for United Kingdom (or should that be Great Britain?) based players.

So are the terms and conditions fair?

There is a broad range of payment options here. Trustly is of course an exceptionally convenient way to make your deposits, but there are around a dozen different methods in total, including standard credit and debit cards, plus some others like Neteller, Skrill and Paysafecard. The minimum deposit amount varies according to your chosen payment, but will be £10 for most players.

Withdrawals are not subject to any minimum or maximum limits, but there is a £2.50 fee to pay per transaction. There is also a three day pending period, so you can expect it to take around seven days for you to receive your funds. The full terms and conditions are listed here.

Overall Summary

Casino GB is a decent, traditional British style casino, with more than enough entertainment for most players.