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Cashmio is a brand new casino yet on first arrival something felt very familiar, and this isn't only due to the fact the casinos' cute little mascots bear a striking resemblance to those yellow, goggled, despicable fellows. No, it's because Cashmio is powered by the same people behind sites such as Rizk, Thrills and Guts and it means that Cashmio sports a very similar design. This is no bad thing, however, as the site looks beautiful and is responsive and easy to use across all devices. Furthermore, Cashmio offers hundreds of world-class games, some very appealing promotions and a generous welcome package which includes a 100% deposit match bonus and 50 extra spins. So, on the surface, Cashmio looks to be a very promising site but will it survive our rigourous testing? Read on to find out.
NetBet is a big brand in the UK and many other countries and we have many reasons to talk about it. The iSoftBet-powered gambling site offers everything from simple online slots to a mobile sportsbook service, poker and more. Since this is a casino review, we’ll only focus on its casino site, available on desktop and mobile. NetBet casino alone has a lot to offer and many of these things you won’t find anywhere else. Playing there is a completely unique experience.
Cherry Casino is one of the oldest online casinos around. Having first launched way before the industry boomed, in 1996, the brand have become synonymous for offering players a high level of quality in their gaming pursuits. So, why is it then, that you've never heard of them before? Well, until recently, Cherry Casino have always catered for the European market. However, in late 2016 they finally secured a United Kingdom Gambling Commission licence, which means UK players can now enjoy their offerings. Over ten years experience means that Cherry Casino is a sleek and smart casino. On opening the site, players are greeted with high quality graphics and an easy to use layout - which loads flawlessly on both mobile and desktop. But this is only part of the reason that Cherry Casino have picked up the IGA Best Casino Operator Award three times! Read our full review to see what makes them a stand-out site to play at, including what games are on offer and what rewards you could pick up for playing with them.
One site that definitely supports the idea of casinos being luxurious and fancy is Plush casino. The first thing we see when we enter this site is a roulette dealer inviting us to join. It instantly reminds us that this online and mobile casino is no worse than any brick-and-mortar establishment. The site is framed by a red curtain, making us feel like in a theatre – adding yet another hint of luxury. Is this site as elaborate as it looks though?
Tiki Fortunes launched late last year and it's brought to us by the white label brand, ProgressPlay. If you've read any of our other reviews on this blog, you may already be familiar with that name as they've also created some of the best pay by phone casinos around. The brand's casinos remain popular due to their extensive games porfolio, generous promotions and wide range of accepted payment methods yet recently we've found that every new site launch feels much the same as the last. It can be hard to launch a casino on a white label platform whilst also maintaining some personal and unique elements, but it seems Tiki Fortunes are here to show us how it's done. The site stands out from the crowd due to it's amazing design, colourful graphics and novel theme - all of which make Tiki Fortunes a beautiful place to play. Furthermore, the casino is fully mobile compatible and offers all new players a reasonable welcome bonus. Intrigued? Read on to find out everything there is to know about Tiki Fortunes, including what slots and games are available and how you could pick up rewards as you play.
If we had to choose a single best casino that launched in 2017, Sloty casino would be a strong contender. This new site has everything most players want from a casino. There are tons of games, all kinds of promotions, good bonus terms, many payment options and more. Additionally, there’s an amazing welcome offer, especially for a young casino site like this one. Not many well-established sites can offer £1,500 bonus and 300 extra spins to every new player, but Sloty casino does.
Mansion online casino has been around for more than a decade and still stands strong today. It’s a very solid casino in all respects. The site has a very simple design and is mainly black rather than sparkly, unlike many new casino sites. It has a decent game collection which is easy to navigate. Most importantly, it has some quality promotions, including a £200 welcome bonus. With numbers like that, one simply doesn’t need colours or silly cartoon characters to catch the player’s attention.
Jupiter Slots is a brand new casino, brought to us by Jumpman Gaming. Jumpman are a brand that are best known for their many bingo sites, but in 2017 it seems like they've been trying to change that as they've been relentlessly creating slot sites. Whilst this often leads to tons of sites that are more or less the same, Jumpman do deliver a quality gaming experience and, of course, that's what we'll be discussing today. Jupiter Slots features over 300 different games, including mobile slots and table games, and they also offer various different daily and seasonal promotions. Futhermore, the site accepts a range of depositing methods, including Boku, and all new players could be treated to up to 500 extra spins! It's clear to see that Jumpman have the experience anticipate what players want and need, however will Jupiter Slots be able to stand out from the crowd?
If anyone asked us which casino is the most mobile, we’d say without hesitation that it’s mFortune casino. The site is celebrating ten-year anniversary next year, so it’s been there even before mobile casinos were the big thing. mFortune was up and running when most other mobile casinos weren’t and their experience shows. Just ask any of their 1,000,000+ players, who play there on a regular basis!
Back in the early days of the internet, before Google came along to help us find what we were looking for, people would often simply type a word, and add ‘.com’ at the end in the hopes of ending up somewhere useful – and for many not in the know, that’s still something they do. With this in mind, it makes sense that ‘Casino.com’ is some of the most expensive virtual real-estate there is, changing hands in its last sale for many hundreds of thousands of dollars.