Casino Gates is a Cozy Games title, with most of its games transferred over from the extensive portfolio of games provided on its bingo sites. There are a few extras – with around a hundred slots in the range. So you get some great long standing favourites, such as Irish Luck, Shaman’s Dream and Retro Reels. What you don’t get are any of the big name franchised titles. When it comes to traditional casino games, you get around a dozen titles, including Blackjack and Keno. There are no live dealer options, and not a lot of Poker. Around a dozen scratch card titles are offered instead. This site is predominantly aimed at players on the promoter’s bingo sites who may be looking for a greater variety of casino gaming options.
This being a relatively uncomplicated site, just about any mobile handset should cope well with this site. It is compatible with desktop, tablet or smartphone, with no additional downloads required, although you can install their app if you prefer.
There is a multitude of ways to fund your play. Standard Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards are accepted, together with some e-payment and pre-payment methods such as Neteller and Paysafecard. Mobile players may find using boku phone payments especially convenient, as you can pay using your phone service provider’s account, with no need to disclose any personal banking details. There is a daily maximum of £30 when using this facility. The minimum deposit amount for all payment methods is £10.
The minimum withdrawal amount is £10. There are also maximum limits of £1500 per week, or £3000 per month. The only exceptions are for progressive jackpot wins, where you will be paid at the rate of £10,000 per week. Help and assistance is limited to a brief FAQ section and an e-mail form. A reply is promised within the hour.
Licencing is via the promotor’s registration on the Isle of Man. The site is therefore regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, and is regarded as safe to play for United Kingdom based players. Acceptable currencies are pound sterling, the Euro and US Dollars. A full list of prohibited territories is provided on site. These include, but are not limited to Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, France, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Russia and the United States.