The generosity of this 2002 brand can be felt from your first introduction, thanks to the awesome and out of the world range of the Welcome Bonus. That alone peaked our interests, but then we looked further into the world of All Slots and discovered a world that is filled with all sorts of gaming treats. All you need to do is be willing to become a member.
However, as we all know far too well, looks can be deceiving, and so for us really to get to grips with this company, we need to get hands on and stuck in. Only then will we discover whether this traditional games platform is truly one to remember.
New Player Bonus
As we’ve already touched upon, the welcome reward is one that’ll definitely grab people’s attention, due to the sheer size of the money on offer. Users are said to be able to gain up to £1,600 within their first week of becoming a member. Although this sounds amazing, do remember that the results are dependent on what you wager, and if you follow the four deposit bonus steps.
The breakdown of the offer goes 100%, followed by three lots of 50% bonus match ups; this can be up to £250 for the first two deposits, followed by a potential addition of £500 and than £600. Again, remember that you won’t see these heights if only playing with a standard deposit of £20. This is a grand offer, but only to those than can truly access it in its full glory.
Seeing as how this is an established casino brand, it goes without saying that a loyalty scheme of some kind is in place. As you might have already anticipated, this involves collecting points to move through the ranks from newbie to elite. The starting level is Silver, followed by Gold, Platinum and then finally, Diamond.
Even though you can generate points all the way through your time with the brand, only after making 5,000 of them will you be able to turn your LPs into real money. This seems like a steep ask, but considering how £1 equals 1,000 LPs, the process shouldn’t take as long as initially feared. To find all the above information and more, just browse the Rewards section of the casino.
Software and Games
There is a huge list of games available, huge, all of which can be accessed from the homepage of the brand; simply scroll down a little and the sections will be there. As you’d expect with a name like All Slots, slot machines are the main focus of the website; this is their most extensive range available.
With all the titles, you can sign up to play for real or remain a guest and play for fun. At this time there’s no Live Casino option included, and so all the games are open to play for fun gamers. We like that there’s this level of accessibility before you commit, as it helps make us feel more relaxed when experiencing the All Slots brand.
In regards to the software, just like Slots Heaven was exclusively Playtech games, All Slots is all about Microgaming. Every title you’ll see will be powered by this company in some way, be it their own exclusive titles, or games that have worked with the Microgaming brand. It may reduce the variety of the software, but it doesn’t decrease the variance of the genres and themes showcased.
Alongside the FAQs section, which most online casinos have, All Slots has an enormously diverse means of accessing customer service teams. And we mean diverse in the plainness sense: there’s not only an email address and a live chat, but Skype, iMessage and WhatsApp options also.
The fact that such an old school brand is so on top of the current social media trends and needs is incredibly impressive; few new brands even cater to such an extent. Even though so many options are given, there’s no waiting times listed for each option, and so we can’t be sure how accessible these means of support are at unusual hours or at weekends.
If you’re looking to utilise any one of these services, simply select the Contact option found at the bottom of the screen, listed alongside various other options, such as Banking and Responsible Gaming.
Deposit and Withdraw
Despite the fact that there’s a separate Banking option, the list of providers isn’t included in that but at the bottom of each page of the website. We can see that popular methods like VISA, Skrill, and iDeal are on there, but there’s also lesser known methods such as eKonto aswell. Although there’s no definite limitations and fees given for each provider, All Slots does state that withdrawals only have a processing period of Monday to Friday, and can take up to 48 hours to be authorised.
What is more, upon making a withdrawal certain documents may be required, such as your passport, national ID, and/or your driver’s license. As you can see, this won’t be a simple process but one that could be quite fiddly and prone to delays. Still, when you have a wide range of currencies accepted, such as New Zealand Dollars, Swiss Francs, British Pounds, and Euros, can we really argue with the security measures taken?
Our time with All Slots has been a mixed one, but one that ultimately provides a balanced means of entertainment. We wouldn’t say this is a casino that is going to suddenly get big and overly popular, but it is one that we feel will be around for years to come. It has an accessibility and depth about it that few up and coming brands have on offer.