Fair Go Casino was opened in 2017. All games use the RNG, which is certified by TST – an independent auditor. It operates under the jurisdiction of Curacao. This information we found on other watchdog portals, while the casino itself doesn’t say a single word about their licensing, which is a bad sign, if you ask us.
It seems that the developers wanted to complete their work as fast as possible. As they say, haste makes waste. Its dark-green design is quite simple, with a couple of pictures around. You won’t find the “About Us” section, but all the important information about the casino history and goals is represented in the casino’s blog.
It seems that the developers wanted to complete their work as fast as possible.
The casino website looks extremely outdated. When we saw it for the first time, we couldn’t believe that it was opened in 2017, but then we recalled that it runs under RTG’s operation, and everything has fallen into place.
Banking: The list of payment options available for withdrawals includes Visa, MasterCard, MoneyGram, Bitcoin, and Bank Transfer. Their banking section has some issues. First of all, you need to download a weird special form in order to be able to use credit cards. Secondly, practically all the methods charge some fees for withdrawals. Their weekly withdrawal limit is a bit too big - $8,050. We’d be satisfied even with $8040.
Customer Support: The casino has a mediocre support service. They say that their agents operate round-the-clock and can be reached via live chat, email, and telephone number (separately for Australian players and people from other countries). We’ve tried to contact the support service and had a 15-minute slow chat with a bot that posted useless replies. Then, when operator finally noticed our request - he ignored our question and quickly went offline.
Software and Game Variety
The games at Fair Go Casino are powered by Real Time Gaming. Not the best choice, but as almost all top gambling regulators don’t allow their casinos to cater to Aussies - they can only play at RTG casinos, licensed in Curacao.
The diversity of games is rather modest and most of them are slots. As we said before, the guys standing behind this casino had a lack of creativity while developing the casino’s interface, but the game lobby looks more or less okay. All the games have a short description and are sorted by type.
Here, you can check out some game offered at the casino:
- Pokies and Slots: Bubble Bubble 2, Food Fight, Lucha Libre, Panda Magic;
- Progressives: Aztec’s Millions, Megasaur, Spirit of the Inca;
- Table Games: Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Pontoon, Super 21, Tri Card Poker;
- Video Poker: Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, Joker Poker, Aces and Eights;
- Others: Craps, Keno, Treasure Tree.
Fair Go Mobile and Live Games
Unfortunately, Fair Go Casino doesn’t offer any live gaming options so far.
The casino has prepared a modern and decent mobile version. Believe us, once we opened the mobile casino, we were a little bit shocked. In comparison with the desktop mode, it is a real state-of-art. You can instantly run some popular games directly from your smartphone or tablet.
Bonuses and Promotions
As we’ve found out, Fair Go Casino is generous, and it offers many tempting promotions. You’ll be granted a 100% match reward up to $200 on your first five deposits (use the code “WELCOME”).
The wagering requirements are a bit crazy - 30 times the sum of the deposit and bonus amount.
By the way, the “Promotions” page is full of promos like 25% CashBack, Game of the Month, Easy Bonus, Koala Monday, Bonus to Go, and some others.