Royalio Casino Review
As Italian as its name may sound to the uninitiated, Royalio Casino is a site that is based on the Isle of Man, and is licensed by its gaming authority, it also offers games from two of the island’s best loved software providers, the iGaming giant that is Microgaming, and the indie darling Cozy Games.
Considering its setting, it is no surprise that this site is aimed primarily at British players, with many of its games have a noticeable British theme. This can often be a risky move, as even though it is clear if you spend any time at Royalio that it is a site with a lot to offer to players from anywhere, sometimes when a site is so steeped in one culture or seems to be aimed so strongly at one part of the world, those who are not from Britain may turn around and find another place to play before giving Royalio the time necessary to discover what there is on offer.
If you are willing to look past the somewhat patriotic undertone though, does Royalio have enough to make it competitive in one of the busiest markets in the world?
Design and theme
There is a very strong positive to the design work at Royalio Casino, and that is more based on what it isn’t than what it is. You may expect flags and British symbols all over the site, in a way that other sites have chosen to execute the theme. This design theme as at best a little tacky, and at worst fairly uncomfortable, so it was definitely the right choice for Royalio to avoid that. Unfortunately, what they have chosen is not much better. The red, black, and gold colour scheme here is clearly supposed to give the impression of decadence, as are the stylish and elegantly dressed people taking part in casino play in the photos that are on display in the banner, but it just looks derivative.
There are so, so many sites that use this theme that it is impossible to be excited about it anymore, it isn’t that Royalio does it badly, it’s simply that there is nothing fresh about it, and other sites do it better. When you are in a competitive market, trying to be different is normally the best way to make an impact, but Royalio does not seem to have made any effort to do that. Not only that, but they have also put limited work into navigation here, it’s not necessarily complicated, but it is not as easy as online casino players have come to expect.
Eyecon, Rival, and iSoftBet join Microgaming and Cozy Games to make up the list of software providers who supply the content for Royalio Casino, and with over 500 games on offer, there’s a lot to love here.
If you like your slot games, you are likely to find a fair few titles here that you may not have come across before. Yes, Royalio is missing some big titles, due to the lack of games from the likes of NetEnt and NextGen amongst others, but let’s face it, you can find those anywhere. By offering a fairly unique portfolio of often lesser known games, Royalio manages to make itself feel different, although I accept a few favourites wouldn’t go amiss. There’s a strong collection of games available for table and card games too, which is nice.
Perhaps with a more original design theme and just a few better known games to satiate the appetites of players, this would be an excellent site, but before those changes are made, Royalio will continue to just feel average.
Royalio Casino Depositing Information
Royalio Casino Information
|Games available||Slots, Scratchcards, Casino games, Roulette, Blackjack, Progressive Slots, Mobile Games|
|Software||Cozy Games, Microgaming, Rival, iSoftBet, SA Gaming|
|Companies that own this site||Cozy Games Management Ltd|
|Network||Mobile Casino Network|
|Download Required?||You are not required to download this site, there is an instant play version at Royalio Casino|
|Downloadable version also available?||No|
|Play For Fun?||No|
|Licenses||UK Gambling Commission, Isle Of Man Gambling Commission|
|RTP||No information available|
|Support phone numbers||+44 (0)2036 081305|
|RTP||Minimum withdrawal limit 10.00 GBP per transaction|
|Maximum withdrawal limit||3000 GBP per month|