Updated: 05 Feb 2018
SlotMob Casino Review
SlotMob Casino offers a lot of slots, some live games and high level of security. Apart from this, it is compatible with smartphones and tablets. But on the other hand, it doesn't have 24/7 support, and its welcome bonus has a rather specific condition.
SlotMob Casino started operating in 2012. It is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
The website itself looks good. There is nothing outstanding about its design, but the navigation is convenient, and all the texts are easy to read.
The support team is fast and helpful, but these guys don’t work 24/7 - their working day starts at 08:00 and finishes at 00:00. You can contact them either via email or live chat. If something goes wrong when they are offline, check FAQ section. It’s more or less extensive.
“All the games offered on this website are regularly audited, so you don’t have to worry that the outcomes can be unfair”.
Software and Game Variety
SlotMob Casino collaborates with IGT, Microgaming and some other software companies. The selection consists of slots (Da Vinci Diamonds, Immortal Romance and others), few video poker games and several versions of Blackjack and Roulette. We know, this doesn’t sound very impressive, but the variety of slots is really good.
Mobile and Live Gaming
SlotMob Casino is compatible with portable devices, so you can play it on the go. No specific software is required.
The casino also offers somewhere around a dozen of live games. The variety includes Baccarat, Roulette and several other games in a real-time format.
Bonuses and Promotions
The first deposit you make at SlotMob Casino can bring you a 100% bonus up to £100. Sounds not very generous, but, at least, the wagering requirement is rather fair - 20 times the sum of the deposit and bonus. You have to meet this requirement within 30 days. This bonus is not automatic, which is really nice - we appreciate when gamblers have freedom of choice.
“But, unfortunately, this bonus is available only to those players who live in the Northern Ireland or the UK”.