This is a Progress Play design which is clearly aiming for the luxury end of the market. The home page depicts a high end casino with gilded columns and fine art displayed on the walls beneath vaulted ceilings. Meanwhile, a sophisticated well-dressed couple anticipate the next spin of the roulette table, chips at the ready. But don’t let all this moneyed wealth put you off: I’m sure everyone is welcome at Royal House Casino. You can certainly play here wherever you are, because this site is compatible with whichever device you choose to play on. From the widest screen desktop to the most compact mobile handset, this sophisticated software will take control of everything to provide you with a smooth gaming experience.
And there is indeed plenty on offer. There are around twenty different traditional casino table games on offer, with several different formats of Roulette, Poker, Blackjack and Baccarat provided. Many of these are live-streamed, to enhance the authenticity of the gaming experience. Away from the waiter service and the croupiers, there are also hundreds of different slots to play. These include all the really popular titles, such as King of Slots, Spinata Grande and Starburst. In fact, just about every major title you can think of is here, with all the big name designers contributing to the range. These include top software houses like Net Entertainment and Microgaming to name but two. The whole site is customised to the luxury theme, so you do get an atmosphere of exclusivity when playing on this site. I almost felt as if a silver service waiter was at my shoulder awaiting my cocktail order (shaken not stirred, of course). Which was some effort, because I was actually playing on a tablet whilst waiting for the dentist!
Still, at least there was no need to go to the bank, because there are so many easy ways to pay on this site. Despite its airs and graces, you won’t need an account at Coutts or an American Express card to play on here. Plain old Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards are perfectly acceptable, together with an array of e-payment and pre-payment cards like Neteller and Paysafecard. And rather than ringing your butler to arrange a delivery of cash, you can just use your phone to pay on this site. Simply by supplying your mobile number, you can arrange for your deposits to be added to your phone service provider’s regular monthly statement. And if you’re using your “secret” pay as you go phone, that’s not a problem either – charged can be deducted from your remaining call credit instead. There is a maximum daily deposit amount of £30 when using this service. The minimum deposit amount for all payment methods is £10.
Withdrawals should present few problems either. The minimum withdrawal amount is £20. You must also ensure you have fulfilled the site’s wagering requirements. These mean that you must spend 50 x the value of any bonuses you are awarded before making a claim. So if for example, you were to receive an introductory bonus of £10, you must wager at least £500 before cashing out. Also remember that play on table games does not usually count significantly toward meeting this requirement.
So call for your carriage, jolly well give the servants the evening orf and luxuriate in the sumptuous atmosphere of the exclusively sophisticated experience of Royal House Casino. Hopefully, some jolly nice prizes may well be in prospect on this delightfully designed site.