Welcome bonus: 200% Up to £10T&C apply
Caesars Casino is the online arm of the mighty Caesars Entertainment Corporation. It’s only been around a few years, but with a rock-solid brand, UK licensing, and top games, it’s fast becoming a favourite with UK players. The client is available as an instant-play site accessible via the Flash-powered web browser client.
Slots players aren’t backed too well by bonuses but there are some excellent favourites in the lobby like Rainbow Riches, Cleopatra, and Starburst. British players can access this dedicated .co.uk site thanks to its UK Gambling Commission license.
Earn A 200% Welcome Bonus When You Join
There’s a 200% First Deposit Bonus worth £30 once you sign up. It’s a fairly straightforward offer: deposit £10 and get £30 free in total. It’s not quite the level of other sites, and slots fans are hammered hard with only 10% bonus eligibility.
Eligible Games:Slots 10%; casino games 5%; blackjack 0%
Slots Fans Saved By “Spectacular” Offers
As well as the Welcome Bonus, players can bring pals on board with a £20 Refer-a-Friend bonus. However, it’s the ‘Casino and Slots Spectacular’ which (at time of writing) is offering the big bonuses.
Every day for a month players at Caesars Casino get a choice of bonuses, including 10% cashback on losing slots bets, random prize draws, and even cashback on casino games like roulette. (Again, Caesars will refund 10% on losing bets during the period.)
The Best In IGT And NetEnt Slots
Casino games are accessed by a fairly user-friendly on-site lobby. ‘Top Slots’ include the likes of Gonzo’s Quest and Jack and the Beanstalk from NetEnt, Rainbow Riches from Barcrest, and Agatha Christie’s Mystery Wilds from Gamesys. IGT also have a decent selection including Cleopatra PLUS and Super MONOPOLY Money.
Progressive jackpot slots are a little thinner on the ground. However, Endemol’s Deal Or No Deal is the stand-out, with a potential progressive jackpot worth tens of thousands up for grabs.
It’s an amazing spread of slots developers for what is actually a pretty limited range. Even WMS manage to get a welcome look in with several Star Trek titles. It’s a shame that with Caesars’ relationship with 888/Dragonfish there are no big titles from the developer – Millionaire Genie would have been a great addition to the lobby.
Top Caesars Entertainment In the Table Games
With the Caesars brand on display, you can be sure of some great table games. There are only 12 in total in the instant-play lobby, including Caesars Roulette Splendide, Caesars Blackjack Multihand, and Caesars Hi-Lo. Caribbean Stud Poker, Pai Gow, and Baccarat are also available. That’s about your lot in terms of table game action and there is no Live Casino option.
A Lack Of Dedicated Mobile Games For Android
It’s always good to see a download app for mobile users. And Caesars’ Android download app is one of the best around – if you live in the USA. Make sure you get the right domain, as the .com site is open to residents of New Jersey only. Unfortunately, UK players simply have to put up with a rather cumbersome online site on their mobiles and tablets.
24-Hour Customer Service For UK Players
British-based Caesars customers can enjoy 24-hour support by email, Live Chat or freephone (0800 458 3534). We found the English-speaking Live Chat team to be swift in responding and knowledgeable with a range of requests.
Reliable Banking In GBP For All UK Players
As a licensed online gaming site from a world-famous brand, it’s no surprise that Caesars offers some great banking for its UK customers. Players have the choice of the usual deposit options like VISA and MasterCard, plus paysafecard and PayPal. There’s a short reverse withdrawal period but no manual flush.
Cards must be registered with the site before you deposit, and only UK-registered bank accounts/cards are allowed. With some excellent ID verification security you know your money is in safe hands.
A Big Brand, But Not A Big Online Casino
Caesars Interactive has been a busy bunny in recent years, what with its launch in New Jersey and online poker involvement in Nevada.
But it’s about time it stepped up to the plate (to borrow an Americanism) and improved its UK offering. While the range of slots developers is good, the range of slots is not. Similarly, the lack of a proper mobile app or client is a worry.
A small welcome bonus is fine for low-budget gamblers, but any whales returning from a trip to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas will be looking for something extra on their PCs.