This sleek looking website, finished in a black and gold aesthetic, is a stark contrast to a lot of new casinos that take the approach of novelty themes and gimmicks.
It helps ensure that Olive Casino stands out from the crowd, which, naturally, peaks our interest. However, what we need to know before making any decisions is whether this elegant looking brand is reliable, easy to use, and fun.
One of the main elements of any banking system that ensures we remain happy is accessibility, both to the information and in terms of banking methods; Olive Casino has both. Users will not only find learning about the processes of this website straightforward, but they’ll also notice that credit/debit cards and ewallets are accepted. This include the likes of Visa, Paypal, and Mastercard.
In regards to the transactions themselves, all you’ll need is to allocate or withdrawal a minimum amount of £10. However, please keep in mind that those of you withdrawing an amount below £30 will incur a banking fee of £2.50. Given the flexibility of the withdrawal policy in the first place, in that it allows such a low amount to be taken out, this charge seems more than fair. Before we move on, it’s important to make clear that there’s no other currency options save for GBP as this is a UK focused brand, and so international users may wish to look for more diverse brands elsewhere.
Software and Games
In this section we’ll be mirroring a lot of what other reviewers have said, in that Olive Casino is a slot machine heavy brand. What other reviewers have failed to mention however, is the reason behind this, which is due to the operators being Jumpman Gaming; they’re a well known slots/bingo label and so it makes sense that their focus is on pokies.
As for the titles themselves, they come from developers such as Yggdrasil, Microgaming, and NetEnt, arguably three of the best software brands in the industry at this time. Due to this fact,there’s a lot of range for you to play around with, a statement backed up by the options of slots, tabletop titles, and live dealer games. Should you want to play any of these activities, you’ll need to be logged in because no freeplay for guests is enabled at this time.
As previously stated, this is Jumpman Gaming brand, which means that it holds the same dual license we usually see with them, coming from the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
Lastly, we come to support, which again has a sense of familiarity to it for anyone who knows the operator well. This is because they maintain the same support options and operational hours to go with them; some may call this limiting, but we find it breeds consistency, which is extremely important for a brand.
When in need of help, you can either email or live chat with the team, during the hours of 9:30am and 6pm. Here is where we take issue: the support hours are too limited. Even more so when you take into account that no team members are available on bank holidays or weekends.