- Greentube (Novomatic)
- Video Slots,
- 3D Slots,
- Table Games
- Visa/Master Card,
- Visa/Master Card,
- 3 days
- €20000 Monthly
- Since 2016
- South Africa
Still better than a ham sandwich
24 Pokies casino looks shoddy. It’s not bad per se - the games are alright, even though there’s not much else but slots (we kinda expected it from the title), and the bonus is bearable (the crappy wagering slightly compensated by good match percentages). It’s just that the website is littered with spammy game titles and articles (not to mention that it looks poor), and all the withdrawals options have fees attached. Might be worth trying out anyway.
24 Pokies Casino Review
24 Pokies casino has just recently opened up - in 2017. It is licensed by the Government of Curacao - not exactly the most respectable authority in the gambling world.
The website looks… cheap. That’s probably the right word. It’s not terrible, it just has the bare minimum to keep you from leaving it instantly. Dull colors, awkward navigation, some weird spammy-looking articles under the Casino tips section - the thing is a mess.
The instant play lobby may look just as sloppy, with spammy game titles like “Play Golden Ark for real money” or “Pharaoh’s Ring Aussie casino” (seriously, that’s how the games are named in the lobby), and some awful low-resolution thumbnails, but at least it works well enough. There’s a whole bunch of handy filters to find a game by software, theme, features, paylines, even volatility (called Play Mode here).
The banking page seems to have you covered - credit cards, Skrill, Neteller, ecoPayz, and several instant banking methods. Deposits are instant and free, withdrawals however and neither.
“All withdrawals take 2-3 days to be processed, and there are fees on them (2.5% for credit cards, flat €2.5 for e-wallets).”
The support is available through live chat and email, although no working hours are listed.
Software and Game Variety
The game collection at 24 Pokies casino is alright, and by games we really mean ‘slots’, because there’s almost nothing else here. You can stumble upon a roulette or blackjack, but they look more like anomaly.
All games are stuffed into the.. um.. “All games’ section. You’ll find here slots by Novomatic (Book of Ra, Lucky Lady’s Charm), NetEnt (Starburst, Blood Suckers), Playtech (Gladiator, Dr Lovemore), and several more. There doesn’t seem to be any progressive slots, which is a bummer.
Mobile and Live Games
There’s no such thing as live slots, is there? Meaning no games with live dealers for you here.
The website is fully compatible with modern mobile gadgets. They even managed to keep the filters, which is nice of them.
Bonuses and Promotions
The welcome package at 24 Pokies casino totals to $5000 across seven deposits. On the first one you get a 100% match if you deposit $20-49, and 300% match up to $1500 for deposits over $50. The second deposits comes with 200% up to $1000, and the rest (3rd to 7th) are all 100% up to $500.
“The bonus numbers look impressive, and we all know what it means. The wagering requirements are x50 times the bonus. Kinda crappy, but could be much worse.”
We’d say 24 Pokies casino is struggling hard to reach the ‘average’ mark. First of all, they only have slots (but that was kinda expected). Second, the website is a mess, although the navigation in the lobby is cool, with all the filters and stuff. Finally, the welcome package may look impressive (with $5000 total), but it’s spread across 7 deposits, and the wagering requirements are far from perfect (50x).
Click here to visit 24 Pokies casino - they do have some nice slots, if anything.
Updated: 20 Nov 2017