Updated: 05 Feb 2018
Slots Village Casino Review
Dear tourists, we're getting to the Slots Village casino. Don't let the dull looks fool you, it's actually rather old and and has a rich history. On the right you see the Great Library of Games, that homes about 800 titles from world-famous authors. On the left, there's the Village Bank. Please don't mind that rally beside it, these people think for some reason that there should be more withdrawal options than wire transfer and checks. And that huge dumpster right ahead of us is what's supposed to be a Welcome Offer. The mayor should have cleaned it up long time ago. That's really all there is to it, let's move on to the next stop.
Slots Village casino is hardly a newcomer. It was established in 2008, licensed by Curacao, and focuses on bingo and lotto games. Nah, it’s slots actually.
The website is rather generic. Not a design masterpiece, not a disaster either (we’ll take that any time over a bright and colorful mess). The navigation is good, with several sorting options and convenient game categories.
“The website looks dull, but does the job just fine. We’ll take that over a bright and colorful mess any day.”
The banking options look alright - credit cards, Skrill, Neteller, ecoPayz, Bitcoin, and several more. Then you realize, that those are deposit options only, and when you switch to withdrawals everything that’s left is bank wire, echeck and paper check. All of these are subject to fees, and all take 3-7 days to be processed. Lame.
The support is available 24/7 through live chat and email. There’s no phone number listed, and we had no luck getting an answer from a chat operator either. Maybe it’s just us though.
Software and Game Variety
Despite the name, Slots Village casino offer good enough choice of casino games, not just slots. There are almost 800 games total, from developers like Betsoft, Microgaming, Pragmatic Play, Habanero, and more.
Still, slots prevail in the library. Here you can play Lost, Beowulf, Mega Gems, Immortal Romance, and other popular titles. Even some classic three-reel slots - Break da Bank, Rapid Reels, Rock the Boat and more. What’s kinda surprising is that there are no progressive slots in the collection. Not a single one. Makes sense though, it’s a village after all, not a rich city.
Table and card games are alright though. You get your standard video poker, roulette, blackjack, baccarat, craps, bingo, keno, and so on.
Mobile and Live Games
Mobile casino works fine. The website is adapted to smaller screens and the navigation is alright. Some games are missing, but the choice is still decent.
Live games are powered by Vivo and VIG platforms. The dealers are pretty, the games work fine, and the choice is standard - roulette, baccarat, blackjack, and Super6.
Bonuses and Promotions
The Welcome Package at Slots Village casino includes free spins on sign-up, as well as match bonuses on your first five deposits. The match percentages are 200, 100, 100, 100 and 175 respectively. There doesn't seem to be any caps to it, so supposedly any deposit will be matched.
The wagering requirements on the deposit bonuses are kinda crap though - 35 times the deposit plus bonus amount.
“The wagering requirements on the welcome bonus are 30x on the bonus plus deposit. Not a completely worthless pile of stinking crap, but pretty close to it.”