It’s worth saying that with the regular table games and Live Casino versions of them they don’t have the exhaustive varieties that the bigger Operators do but then again, that’s to be expected. We have to expect a difference in sheer quantity between a smaller Casino and a massive one, just like you’d expect a difference in the variety of yoghurts in a corner store and a huge supermarket. Besides, how many different types of Blackjack do you really need?
Where they really do compete with the bigger guns is in terms of casino slots. All the world famous ones are there: Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Jack Hammer, Twin Spin, Jack and the Beanstalk etc but have a good little browse around their selection and you’ll find quirkier ones like Prime Property and Couch Potato, as well. If you live for the possibility of trying to reel in the big fish then you’ll be glad to know they have a fair few Jackpot slots too: Mega Moolah, Mega Fortune, Cosmic Fortune to name but a few.
They only have slots made by NetEnt, Microgaming and Play n’Go but given those are the main slot suppliers anyway, there’s plenty of choice.
One pretty cool characteristic is that they list the slot supplier just above the game’s name, which isn’t something all Casinos do. Meaning that if you have a particular favourite supplier you can easily find which slots are theirs. Another cool characteristic is that they have a list of their ‘Best Rated’ slots so you can have an idea of what other players are currently enjoying.