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Red Queen Casino Review
Red Queen casino knows how to impress. The website looks fantastic, with up-to-date design, fluid animations, and convenient navigation. It is also one of the few casino websites that don’t shove all their games into your face right on the main page. It is unusual to the point of being almost confusing.
The casino is licensed and regulated by UK Gambling commission and accepts players from all countries except USA and Nigeria.
“It is unusual to the point of being almost confusing.”
Deposit and withdrawal methods are somewhat limited, and by “somewhat” we mean “very”. There are bank cards, Skrill, Neteller and that’s all. Same goes for support. All the options are there (live chat, phone number, email), but working hours are 9am to 5pm GMT, Monday to Friday. So when you come home in the evening and play some slots or something, you’d better hope there won’t be any urgent questions to bother support with. How very convenient (and by “very” we really mean “not at all”).
Software and Game Variety
The game collection at Red Queen Casino is peculiar to say the least. First of all, it has neither Microgaming nor Playtech games. No NetEnt too. IGT? Nada. NYX? Nope. Um… Novomatic, SkillOnNet, RTG? None, zero, nil, zip, nought, diddly squat, zilch, bupkis….. aaand we can’t think of any more ways to say “nothing” right now.
Alright, there are several well-known software providers (NextGen, 1x2gaming, Aristocrat), but we suspect that most titles won’t tell you anything. Is it a good thing? It depends. If you’re looking for new games to experience, you’ll definitely find them here.
Naturally, this mostly affects slots. Some of the more popular titles include Raging Rhino, Rainbow RIches, Irish Eyes and Zorro. Slots section conveniently allows you to sort and filter games by developer, RTP (return to player percentage) and volatility.
“The Queen probably doesn’t want you to empty the treasury all at once.”
Table games are not particularly diverse, but cover most options. You’ll find your usual roulette, blackjack and baccarat in multiple variations, and several less common games like sic bo. Other sections include Virtual Sports, Arcade and Numbers / Lottery.
What the library does lack, is progressive games section. The Queen probably doesn’t want you to empty the treasury all at once.
Mobile and Live Games
Most of the games (except really old ones) run flawlessly on mobile devices, right in your browser. No need to download anything.
Live games are represented by blackjack, baccarat and roulette.
Bonuses and Promotions
The Welcome Package for new players is a three-tier deposit match bonus up to $600.
- First deposit: 150% match bonus up to $150
- Second: 100% match up to $200
- Third: 50% match up to $250
There’s also a no deposit bonus ($10), that you get after opening an account and confirming your phone number.
Overall, the package is pretty sweet, offering nice match percentages and good bonus amounts.
Upon registering and making your first deposit you automatically enter the Loyalty club. Rules are rather standard, except that you get loyalty point not for playing games, but rather for making deposits. Every 10 bucks earn you 1 point. Benefits for loyal players include special gifts, exclusive bonuses and promotions, personal account manager, faster withdrawal times and more.
Red Queen casino shines in almost every aspect. Most notable features are great game variety (cool slots from not-so-common developers included), pretty website and nice welcome package. The downsides are few - no 24/7 support, limited banking options and no progressive jackpots.
Click here to visit Red Queen casino and let yourself be treated royally!
Updated: 29 May 2017