The design of the Casino site is minimal and slick
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Black, sky blue and white dominate the colour scheme. Don’t expect much in the way of fancy flourishes or visual flair here. Visually, it’s all very simple but none the worse for that.
Everything is clean and crisp and easy to see against the black backdrop. It’s a bit no-frills but navigation is very straightforward. It certainly doesn’t have the visual bells and whistles you’ll find at sister site LeoVegas Casino.
The design at is more reminiscent of a live, brick and mortar casino. That’s no surprise when they are best known for their TV viewership and their live casino offering.
Like most of the top online casinos, there’s a carousel at the top of the homepage where you’ll find the latest offers and giveaways, new releases and other newsworthy items. Below the carousel are blocks of games and offers from all parts of the casino and sportsbook. Our main interest is of course online slots so click on the Slots tab for the designated slots area.
There you’ll find slots listed in rows of 4. There’s not much in the way of filtering here. It doesn’t advertise it, but the search box can be very helpful here. The search box doesn’t just bring up a specific title if you type it.
Type in the name of a slot provider and it will bring up all the games from the said developer too. If, for example, you only want to browse games from NetEnt or Blueprint Gaming, just type that into the box and you’ll be shown a filtered list of all the available slots from that provider.
We’d like to have seen more detailed filtering by theme, feature and volatility but it is certainly better than nothing. Some casinos don’t have a search function at all, so it’s nice to see a search bar available here.
If you’re one of the growing number of slots players who like to spin on your smartphone, is very mobile friendly. There are specially designed Casino mobile apps for both Android and iOS users which are available to download from the Google Play Store and the App Store respectively.
The app is very easy to use. You’ll find the crisp design of the desktop site as well as a bumper catalogue of slots. New players are eligible for the welcome offer More Help. To get started, here’s what you need to do:
All casino games and slots that are found in your browser will be available on the app. They tend to offer more promotions on mobile too.
Despite their emphasis seemingly being on table games, there’s still plenty on offer for slots players. You’ll find games from a good variety of software providers from industry giants like NetEnt and Microgaming through more niche operators like 4ThePlayer and Iron Dog Studio. Here’s the full list of slot developers:
The main omission here is Playtech. If you’re after the Age of the Gods Jackpots series or Playtech’s branded slots, you won’t find them here. There are plenty of alternatives on offer, including jackpot slots. We’ll look at these in detail shortly. First, we’ll take a deep dive into the slots catalogue at Casino.
The catalogue of slots available at Casino is pretty good. The roster of games to choose from currently stands at just over 650 and is rising all the time with new releases.
With a large selection of developers represented, you’ll find pretty much every theme, style and feature you could wish for from an online slot. When you head to the Slots page, the games appear to be listed by popularity.