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Established in 2005, Casino Room’s 10+ years of experience makes them a veteran compared to many of the newer online casinos. However, sometimes old things get stuck in their ways, whilst the up-and-comers are high-flying whizz kids with new ideas – so let’s see if there’s room for improvement?
In a bid to create a whole new world of online gaming, one that will see it keep and expand its market share in an ever-increasing world of online casinos, Casino Room is now considered to be “Ground Control” (though it suspiciously resembles Hawaii), a place from where daily missions will be sent to individual players. Missions may take on the form of winning 5 rounds of a game or just spinning 10 rounds of another, with every mission designed with the intention of taking you one-step closer to the next planet where rewards are waiting in the form of free-spins, free-loads and re-loads. You can also hit the leaderboard during your game-play, and collect start points, earn badges and win trophies.
As for game-play, Casino Room has over 200 slots, as well as 10 different kinds of roulette which includes High-Roller Roulette. There’s also plenty of table games, some of which can be played at a live-casino somewhere on the planet Earth.
The Casino Room team boast a varied background in poker, sports and entertainment, one that stretches back to 1999 when the seeds of the online gaming market were just starting to sprout. Today they are driven by Ellmount Gaming Limited, who are based and licensed in Malta, though they also have a UK Gaming License. Security is provided by Thawte, one of the leading SSL security providers.
Out Of This World Welcome
One of the most appealing things about Casino Room is the welcome bonus offer for all new customers. Make your first deposit of between £20 and £500 and you’ll get a 100% Bonus and 200 Free Spins of Starburst, a slot game from Netent. Your free spins can be played at 20 a day for the first 10 days of being a member, whilst you have 30 days to play through your bonus, which must be wagered 45x. There is a choice of games on which you can play your bonuses, which include games such as Netent’s Gonzo’s Quest in which you must seek the lost golden city of Eldorado.
The main ongoing promotion at Casino Room is the Missions and, in theory, it sounds like a fun journey from planet to planet. However, Casino Room could probably do themselves a big favour by taking the time to explain the whole bonus scheme in more detail on the website.
Slots And Jackpots
Jackpot hunters will certainly find Casino Room appealing, and games such as The Dark Knight and Mega Moolah Isis will one day make somebody rich to the tune of over £10 Million. However, these Microgaming slots also offer fun features and main games as well as the Progressive Jackpot options. The Dark Knight is based on the Hollywood hit Batman film of the same name, and Christian Bale and Heath Ledger are part of the game which also features Stacked Wilds, Free Spins and Multipliers. Meanwhile, Mega Moolah Isis is an Egyptian themed slot game that offers players the chance to win 30 free spins with a 6x prize multiplier.
Your Bonus funds can also be wagered on a long list of popular Netent games, which include Drive Multiplier Mayhem, Guns n Roses, Glow, Fruit Shop, Dracula, Hook’s Heroes, and Steam Tower.
Hi And Lows Of Casino Room Mobile
You can play games 24 hours a day on every type of mobile device from a Kindle to an iPhone whether you’re up a mountain or in a submarine according to Casino Room, though they do stress internet connectivity in a submarine is solely down to your internet provider.
Contact details are prominently displayed on the website, which is always a great sign that the casino is interested in resolving any issues you may have, and more importantly keeping you as a member. Live-chat and email options are available 24/7.
Room For Improvement!
Whilst not wanting to get too carried away with loyalty schemes, which are secondary to many players, I do have a major beef about the one at Casino Room. I quite like the idea of planet-hopping to win prizes, but it seems out of character with the aesthetics of a website which hasn’t got a planet or a rocket in sight – just an animated Hawaii type island in the background. There’s also not enough easily accessible information on the website to explain the missions in detail in my humble opinion. However, the chance of £500 in bonus money for a welcome package is more than decent, though 45x wagering is 5x or 10x above lots of other casinos out there. However it’s hard to fault the security, whilst language, currency, deposit, mobile, and customer-support options all seem of the highest order. Most importantly, there doesn’t seem much wrong with the choice of games whether you’re a live-casino, table game or slot game fan, and the massive jackpots are big enough to retire to Hawaii several times over. The Casino Room has much to offer – however, I do think there’s plenty that could be improved upon.