Busy, fast paced, and exciting to look at — those are just a few of the ways to describe 7Casino when you first visit the site.
This is a brand that has a lot going on from the moment you visit, which (we hope) means that there’ll be no end of scope to what the brand is capable of. New to the market, this is a fresh-faced online casino that promises an exceptional gaming experience for its users. But the real question is whether it delivers?
Straight away, we can tell that despite still being in its infancy, 7Casino has taken the time to try and ensure that all vital information is provided in an easy to digest manner; in a manner of minutes we can easily locate the Help section. What is more, we learn that the minimum deposit amount is £10 and that a range of payment methods are accepted. This include, but aren’t limited to, Visa, Skrill, and PayPal. These transactions are instant, while withdrawals take the usual up to seven business days.
All sounds good, right? Well, this is where 7Casino starts to lose us, and not because they fail to inform but because their terms are tough to swallow. They charge a fee of 2.5% for every deposit below the value of £500! What is more, while you can withdraw any amount from your account, you’ll be charged with £2.50 every time. Considering plenty of casinos don’t have processing fees, this could reduce the appeal of 7Casino drastically.
Software and Games
Sporting titles from IGT, Microgaming, and Quickspin, there’s a lot of range offered upon the Games subsections of this brand. Furthermore, not only will you find a whole host of online pokies here, but also tabletop classics, and even live dealers. However, the latter offers less options than the other categories of games.
As is becoming increasingly popular with online casinos, to play any of the games you’ll need to register an account and/or login first — there’s no way around it. Even though this isn’t a huge issue, it does mean that demo playing for quests isn’t an option, which could have an impact on who stays and who looks elsewhere for their gambling fix.
Owned by BGO Entertainment Limited, you can rest easy knowing that they hold a dual license from the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. Due to these two regulators however, it does mean that 7Casino is more UK focused with its clientele than other casinos.
Much to our surprise, when it comes to support, there’s telephone and email options but no live chat; this is a bold move for any new casino to make. Live chats have become an expected part of the package, so for them not to be there is a bold move for 7Casino to make.
Another bold move is that of their operational hours, which are between 7:30am and 1am. Despite these hours delivering a decent window of time for users to gain assistance, they still limited gamers when compared with casinos that provide 24/7 assistance, and so, once again, 7Casino places itself on the back footing.