Not going to lie — I had a lot of expectations before going gambling at this place. You don’t occupy the domain name casino.com from the TOP-30 of the most expensive domain names in the world for nothing.
The reality, as usual, is somewhat mixed. Joining is easy, as it is possible to get verified later. However, I was met with a fairly generic, yet modern design.
The aim was certainly to get the most games from the 1800+ title library on my screen, so had to use the filters to sort things out and reach for the Megaways slots I wanted to try. Sadly, there were few available at the time, Joyful Joker, Buffalo King and Bonanza being the most renown.
I am usually lucky with Megaways slots, this time was no exception. And luck is the only way to compensate for the small sign-up bonus — only £100 with 40x wager and 200 free spins for the Brits. For example, the Canadians get up to $1000.
Withdrawal took a couple of days, and must say that had only Paysafe card and bank transfer as available options. All those skrills, paypals and netellers are used only for deposits, but this might be different from country to country.
All in all, had no trouble with the casino, except for some site lag (and this could be on my side). Not everyone was so lucky, as there are a number of complaints from players about the payout of their winnings being denied. But must note, most of them were resolved in favor of the player and that casino.com attracts a number of complaints simply because of the sheer volume of players visiting it.