A bold, and potentially, new way of gaming is presented to users via Mr Slot, an online casino that appears to be optimised for mobile gaming. This colourful and simplistic means of being entertained allows gamers to have access to a wide array of titles, from slots to live casino. What is more, it does so thanks to a detailed layout, one that lacks clutter, a factor which we always hold in high regard due to ease of use. This modern game provider looks to be on the pathway to greatness, but only time will tell if that sense of greatness is a falsity in disguise.
Bonuses and Promotions
This contemporary site offers little in the way of clearly directing you to sections, as demonstrated by the promotions, which are only displayed via a present image. Upon clicking that logo, you’ll be taken to a page that lists all the bonuses, though the title of the month is misleading as it makes it look like offers change all the time.
In regards to the welcome package, gamers are given a standard deposit bonus, in which you need to input at least £10 if you’re to access the full extent of what’s listed. This promotional material gives you a 100% match to what you put in, for example, depositing 10 will result in you getting another 10 free of charge. We see this type of offer time and time again, so while a welcomed sight, it’s hardly the most impressive a label can gift to you. What is more, there doesn’t seem to be anything in addition to the money, and so the bonus is very short lived.
As for the other bonuses, these seem to take place at weekly intervals, or are specific to the type of activity you access, such as the live casino or slots. Moving onto special membership, there is no mention of this anywhere on the main page, nor is there a FAQs where information related to it is given. It turns out that you need to look through your account details for a mention of it to appear, and even than the information on it is scatty at best: play and earn points, with points converted into special membership.
Software and Casino Games
Arguably, the games are probably the most impressive component of the entire website, as there appears to be no end of titles on offer. What is more, these activities are split into sections, enabling users to navigate the contents with more ease than simply scrolling along forever. A truth that is further reinforced by the search bar available, allowing you to specifically pinpoint a game you need or are interested in.
There are free play options available, but you won’t be able to access them without signing up, in fact you can’t access the site as a whole without signing up. We find this a huge negative, seeing as how it limits our decision to test out the waters before committing to a brand we know little about. Once you’ve done all the registering and information giving, you’ll be taken to a new screen where you can start playing the game. The range of brands offered lines up well with the depth of activities given, with Thunderkick, 2 By 2, and Rabcat all coming to the fore to offer their exclusive games.
Just as the VIP club was found, users who want information regarding banking need to access it via their account profile, under the section ‘cashier’. There you’re able to see a brief list of payment methods offered, as well as start depositing and withdrawing your money as you see fit. We can inform you now that the list of providers is small, with VISA, Skrill, Trustly, Paycardsafe, Neteller, and Charge to Mobile being the only ones available. This is a limited list when compared with other online brands. Furthermore, there isn’t any info regarding any fees, or the time it takes for money to move to and from your account.
We’re extremely disappointed, even more so that we can’t clearly see what currencies are accepted; for that we had to do our own research. Even though we’re not opposed to doing that, it definitely takes away from the so called convenience of online gaming. Currencies currently accepted are very niche, with only US dollars, Euros, British pounds, and Swedish Kronors being allowed on site.
Company Background and License
We doubt it’ll surprise anyone that the level of information offered by the website itself is very vague when it comes to the company and its licenses. Once again, extra homework was needed to obtain this information. We found that the site was established in 2016, which would explain the new feeling that resonates throughout the site, and that ProgressPlay Limited are the company that own the website.
As for licenses, the Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission have lended their names, which is good, seeing as how problem after problem keeps on arising. Knowing that there’s regulations behind this novice brand makes us feel better about playing with them, and about spending our hard earned cash.
Before we leave you with our final impressions, we’d like to draw your attention to the customer service aspect of this brand. There’s a live chat option always available, found at the side of the screen, but other than that we appear to have little else open to us. This can be a hindrance more than a blessing, seeing as how one service can fail, and with no other options available, we’re left with a query that can’t easily be solved.
It won’t come as shock to know that we’re far from impressed with Mr Slot, this casino started off good, but the further we delved into the brand, the more we found wrong with it. We could simply write it off as issues of a youthful brand, but that seems all too easy to do. This contemporary platform needs to make changes to their accessibility if they’re to maintain a presence within the community. We’ve already comment across many negative comments from users, and so it seems that company has a lot of work on its hand to turn the tides.