Caesars is a huge betting brand throughout the world, as it holds large resort properties in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Windsor Ontario. The brand is universally known around the world for its iconic Roman pillars and lavish setting. When the online gaming market began to build up, Caesars was kept to jump in with Caesars Casino. While I have never been to any Caesars properties, I was quite excited to see what this casino had to offer. Does it deliver?
Software and Games
To be honest, I was not very impressed with what I saw when I first headed over to Caesar’s website. The site looks clean enough but is certainly nothing dramatic or over the top like you would expect from a brand as big as Caesars. Still, the site is functional and does offer a wide assortment of software.
Powered by an in-browser system, Caesars offers betting titles from IGT, WMS, and Gamesys, all of which are fantastic developers with long-established reputations. The straight number of titles isn’t all that large, but the quality of games makes up for this with big-name slots like Wolf Run, Monopoly Plus, Star Trek, and more featured prominently on the site. Limited jackpots on these slots are also available, with Deal or No Deal, Bullion Bonanza, and Diamond Bonanza offering prizes in the several thousand Pound range.
There is also a nice selection of table games here as well, with players able to partake in Blackjack, Baccarat, Pai Gow, Roulette, and Stud Poker on the casino’s virtual floor. Still, when compared with many other casinos operating in the United Kingdom, it just feels to me like Caesars is lacking. You will find many other online casinos offering live dealers, mobile gaming, and huge jackpots. None of those are really to be found here.
Banking and Customer Support
Banking at Caesars Casino is a pleasure, as the banking system offers quick transactions via bank wire and credit card. With that being said, I find it to be pretty discouraging that the casino has a maximum 24 win of 24,000 as well as a 3,000 bank wire withdrawal maximum. With that being said, the withdrawal process itself is pretty fast, with payments being completed within 1-2 business days.
Customer service is efficient, allowing punters to reach the staff through telephone, instant message, or email. The staff was prompt to pick up on my experience, and I found them to be about average when it came to answering questions about certain games and promotions. Conclusion Caesar Casino is a good, but not great online casino. Seeing as how it has one of the biggest gambling brands in the world attached to it, I was expecting to see a bit more from Caesars. What I found was a good casino that is solid but nothing spectacular. I was particularly unhappy with the withdrawal limits and lack of progressive jackpots to be had, but