Transparency is key at Safer Gambling

21 April 2017
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Safer Gambling probably isn’t the catchiest Casino name you’ll hear all week. But there’s a reason for the name, as we’ll soon reveal.

We’ll be honest. Not the best designed or most attractive Casino site we’ve ever seen and that may put the odd player off. But then again, not to the extent that you can’t find what you’re looking for.

On the plus side, bonus points for their in-built filter. It allows you to sort all games by release date, popularity, rating, payout (highest return to player at the top), provider and of course…name. It may sound like it’s not a big deal but for example, if you play slots primarily to make money rather than for the fun of it all, you can find which ones are most likely to allow you to do that. Similarly, if you’re new to the world of slots and want to play the ones that are the most popular amongst the site’s players, you can start by trying out those with the help of the filter. Out of interest, at the time of writing it was Guns N’Roses filling the number one spot. Or should that be ‘slot’?

Interestingly, they only stock slots made by NetEnt and Yggdrasil but then that’s like saying ‘the only soft drinks we have are Coke and Fanta’. In other words, having slots by those two should satisfy most slot players’ needs. They currently offer six different Jackpot games with Mega Fortune and Mega Joker the flagship names.

There’s also a small but high quality selection of Black Jack, Roulette, Video Poker and other miscellaneous games like Keno and Lucky Double. They’ve decided not to bother with a Live Casino product for the time being so you’ll have to go elsewhere if you fancy the ‘real-life online’ experience.

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The site also boasts a News section which I suppose acts like a blog within the site where you can read about some big winners and which also has the odd slot review available from time to time. A nice little feature of theirs is that they actively encourage feedback on their site- both good and bad- to help them improve the players’ overall experience. Kudos.

Their welcome package is solid rather than spectacular with an 100% bonus (up to 200 Euros) on your first deposit followed by 25% (up to 25 Euros) on your second and 50% (up to 25 Euros) on your third.

So what’s their name all about? It’s about making you feel safe in every way and being transparent. That’s why they promise to only work with reputable, bona fide suppliers. And they practice what they preach because it’s certainly not common for a Casino to display the payout percentages of their slots.

They’re also big on Responsible Gaming which includes explaining how to set limits on losses, how to self-exclude and offering you the chance to take a Self-Assessment Test to see if you have problems controlling your Gaming. There are also phone numbers and contacts for places where you can seek help if necessary.

All in all, a good little Casino with a friendly vibe to it that covers all the main bases.

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