Yohoo Slots Casino Review
Hey, come back! Come back you scumbag, what have I told you? Don't you see me flashing? I can do that all the time, and I will do that until you quit the goddamn casino website! Sorry, guys, we couldn't just pass that out, it's driving us crazy. One can't simply put the flashing titles everywhere, they also need to work PROPERLY. It could be not bad if the "come back!" issue was the only one, but it isn't. The website is outdated and covers approximately a third of a screen, and looks not impressive. The licensing is almost perfect - they hold licenses from the UKGC and the AGCC.
- UKGC and AGCC licensing;
- They definitely want you to “hey!” and to “come back!”;
- Software is tested and approved by SQS;
- SSL encryption applied for transaction security.
- Horrible welcome bonus system;
- No phone support;
- No 24/7 support;
- Only GBP is available for deposits and withdrawals;
- The predatory clause about the account dormancy.
Yohoo Slots Casino is a cozy little website that might fit for baby cartoons, but not for an online casino. It is not horrible, and not even bad, but it has a stable scent of outdatedness that follows you through. And, of course, the “Hey! Come back!” title that’s flashing regardless of whether you are on that tab or not. You might think that we’re too harsh on this website, but it’s a simple stuff: you develop a feature, and you make it work. If it wasn’t too bright from the start, and you don’t care enough to make it work properly - then put it down!
“The casino website is not horrible and not even bad, but it has a stable scent of outdatedness that follows you through.”
The navigation sucks badly, as they don’t have proper game sections (Hot Slots, My Faves, Newest, and Jackpot are not enough). No section for casino games or video poker games - you should just search for them through a search bar.
The casino is licensed by the UKGC and the AGCC - more than enough for us, and for everyone else. The bonus system deserves a thorough inspection, so check the “Bonuses and Promotions” section to ensure that there will be no surprises for you. Another thing to mention is the dormancy clause: these guys just take all your balance if you fail to log into your account for six months.
Banking: Banking options surprised us a little: they neither have Skrill nor Neteller, and instead of them they offer credit cards, PayPal, and Paysafe Card. All withdrawals are subject to the 48-hours pending time, after which the eWallet transactions will take additional 24 hours, and the credit card ones - from three to five days. GBP is the only currency available for both deposits and withdrawals.
Customer Support: The customer support can be reached via email, live chat, and WhatsApp, from 9:30 AM to 6 PM. No phone number and no 24/7 support - not impressive. The live chat operators are very polite: they add “thanks” at the end of each message, regardless of whether it is appropriate or not.
Software and Game Variety
Games are the most important thing in every casino, so let’s figure out what these guys have. The game library is hardly above average: they have something about 350 games. The list of providers is more impressive and includes such big names as NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen and few others. Here are some titles that you might recognize:
- Slots: Starburst, Irish Eyes 2, Immortal Romance;
- Table/Card Games: Blackjack, Roulette, Hold’em,
- Video Poker: Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, Joker Wild;
By the way, all casino games and video poker games that we tried to open just did not launch, showing some mistake.
Mobile and Live Games
YoHoo Slots Casino has a mobile version. It’s not better and not worse than the desktop version. That’s all, nothing more to say. Live games are missing. First, we thought that they’re hidden somewhere as the casino games are, but there are no live games at all.
Bonuses and Promotions
Here is a juicy part: the best bonus system ever: you just spin the Mega Reel and grab a random bonus. Not too exciting, you say? You better wait for the WR’s, before saying that. So, the welcome bonus is a spin of dat Mega Reel, which can give you up to 500 free spins or an Amazon voucher. A size of the bonus doesn’t relate to the amount of deposit. Customer support says that the reel has no blank sections, but the T&C’s state that:
“The Mega Reel is a game of chance and that winning a prize is NOT guaranteed.”
And also says nothing about the value of the Amazon vouchers. We suppose that the max amount of the coupon is about £10, as they show it on the header. The vouchers are emailed to you within seven days after claiming a bonus. It takes seven goddamn days to email a coupon, and they won’t re-send it in case of any failures. The maximum bonus conversion is £250, and the WR’s are 65xB. The real money balance can’t be used to fulfill the WR’s.