When it comes to online casinos, brand identity is vital. A site needs to be easy to find, and have a name people will remember so they can keep coming back.
There is arguably no name that is better for recognition than Casino.com, which is likely to be what you put in your search bar if you have never heard the name of an online casino before.
Obviously, in the days of Google searches, this is not as useful a tool as it may have been when the online casino industry began 20 years ago, but it still cannot be denied that Casino.com is one of the best, and easiest to remember names of any casino on the market.
Obviously, a catchy name will only get you so far in any industry, and especially one as competitive and rapidly growing as the online casino world, Casino.com is going to have to come with a lot more if it’s going to back up the opportunities granted by its name.
A no deposit bonus of 20 free spins during a time when no deposit bonuses are becoming less and less common is certainly a good start, and will catch the attention of players, but can Casino.com hold that attention once it has it?
Design and theme
Casino.com is not a bad looking site by any means, the problem is that if you were to sketch out the most predictable and derivative design concept you can think of for an online casino, the chances are that you’d draw this one.
Brooding models, and various lavish and elegant images are on show here, all looking like they’ve been taken from a ‘make your own generic casino site’ generator.
The white and orange colour scheme is different to most other sites that opt for the same theme, but it doesn’t really make enough of a difference to help this site stand out in any way.
Then, as you scan down the page to be met by the thumbnails allowing quick access to popular games, a constant presence at casino sites these days, you will be met with a white background, that may have been intended to look nice, and soften the brightness of the designs within the games, but instead only succeeds in making the site look unfinished.
Given the potential the name gives Casino.com, it wouldn’t have taken much to maintain the attention that the name had captured, but Casino.com fails to do this, and fails badly.
With over a decade’s experience in the industry, you would expect that Casino.com has been keeping up with trends and ensuring that it evolves with the industry, if not slightly before it. Alas, that is not what happens here at all.
The games on offer pretty much only come from one provider, Playtech. Now, Playtech is far from a bad software developer, it is undoubtedly one of the best, as proven by their stellar Age of the Gods slots (all of which are available at Casino.com), but players expect more than just one developer now.
With the likes of Mr Green offering games from a huge number of providers, other sites tend to follow suit now, which makes Casino.com feel dated.
The 200 plus games that are available here, including slots, table and card games, and a live casino, are far from bad, but there simply is not enough in terms of variety.
Some may call Casino.com an established site, but being that it seems to still be trying to succeed on the same logic that it was ten years ago, the truth is this site just feels old.
Casino.com Depositing Information
|First Deposit Bonus||100%|
|Payment methods||Neteller, UKash, Moneybookers, Visa, Visa Electron, Delta, Eco Card, Click2Pay, Click and Buy, paysafecard, Bank Transfer, EntroPay, WebMoney, Laser, Paypal, Skrill|
|Withdrawal methods||Neteller, Visa, My Citadel, WebMoney, Cheque, Bank Wire, Skrill, Maestro, Envoy|
|Accepted Currencies||British Pounds, US Dollars, Euros, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Danish Kroner, Hong Kong Dollar, Japanese Yen, New Zealand Dollars, Norwegian Kroner, South African Rand, Swedish Kronor, Swiss Francs|
|Restricted countries||United States, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Israel, Italy, Philippines, Portugal, Spain, Turkey|
|Games available||Slots, Scratchcards, Casino games, Video poker, Roulette, Baccarat, Blackjack, Card and table games, Pai gow, Poker, Craps, Live casino|
|Companies that own this site||Mansion Europe Holdings Ltd|
|Download Required?||You are not required to download this site, there is an instant play version at Casino.com|
|Downloadable version also available?||Yes, you can download software to play on this online slot if you prefer.|
|Play For Fun?||No|
|Licenses||Gibraltar Regulatory Authority|
|Languages||Austrian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malaysian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian|
|RTP||No information available|
|Support phone numbers||
UK: 0808 238 6049|
International: +350 200 44793
Australia: 1 800 618 467
Canada: 1 866 966 2441
Denmark: 808 89575
Finland: 0800 914 844
France: 0805 101 146
Germany: 0800 000 5140
Greece: 800 127 301
Italy: 800 897 534
Netherlands: 0800 0234 920
Norway: 800 12491
South Africa: 0800 981 041
Sweden: 0200 899 164
|Maximum withdrawal limit||15000 GBP per month|