Celebrating 15 years online this year, Casino Room is one of the most familiar names to longtime UK online casino players. The property was founded by Ellmount Gaming, who have mostly focused on Casino Room over the years but did just recently acquire HighRoller Casino.
Casino Room has earned a good name by being a consistently stable, fair and enjoyable place to play over its entire history. Bonuses and games come and go, however, and Casino Room has waxed and waned over the years as it has made tweaks to its offerings and tried to adapt to the current market.
So how is Casino Room as an online gambling option these days? Today's blog post will give you an in-depth look.
Available Games and Software
Casino Room has about 1000 games in total. While that used to be an impressive number, that's kind of becoming the minimum standard now to be considered a "large" casino in the UK market. More importantly, it's a good mix of games from 10 developers.
About 950 of those are slots, but only 17 are progressive jackpot titles. These feature the gigantic jackpots of Mega Moolah and Mega Moolah Isis, along with more modest (but also more attainable) jackpots from the likes of Jackpot Raiders, Super Lucky Frog and Treasure Nile.
Casino Room also has table games, though at the moment it is a pretty basic collection. You'll find quite a few varieties of blackjack and roulette, with a smattering of other games such as baccarat and pai gow.
The live dealer casino is populated by about 16 games from Evolution Gaming. Similarly to the regular table game selection, you get several varieties of roulette and blackjack but the rest of the slots are filled with an assortment of other games such as three card poker and Dream Catcher.
Deposit and Withdrawal Options
Casino Room supports a fairly standard range of payment options - Visa, MasterCard, Skrill, Neteller and Paysafecard. Minimum deposits and withdrawals are £10 in most cases.
Safety and Security
Dispute resolution is at the player's choice of either the European Commission's Online Dispute Resolution Platform or the Malta Arbitration Centre.
Bonuses and Player's Club
New players at Casino Room can get underway with a 100% match on their first deposit of up to £1,000, with up to 100 free spins thrown in depending on the deposit amount (it'll need to be at least £10, which will not net any free spins). There is a 35x wagering requirement on all bonus funds at this site.
Casino Room has had some creative and rewarding promotions at times during its history, but it is hard to review in this respect as things change quickly there and sometimes radically. For example, the casino was known for a "mission" system that now may or may not be defunct. It also appears to no longer have any kind of tiered players club reward system, with the line being "we treat all our players like VIPs from day one." Nice sentiment, but what it really means is that offers will be tailored to your level of play.
Is Casino Room Worth It?
It's worth keeping an eye on given that they change promotions over time, and the welcome bonus is right down the middle in terms of value. Other than that, though, Casino Room seems a bit stodgy. There is a lot to be said for an established property that has been at it for over a decade in terms of safety and security, but Casino Room appears to be coasting on its name a bit right at the moment. Perhaps it's just a lull, and the site will come roaring back with some sort of exciting promotions as it has done in the past.
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