Not sure there are that many casinos situated on top of mountains, but this green tinged site certainly is close to the peak when it comes to Cozy Games casinos. This mobile focused site carries all the usual entertaining Cozy titles, plus a few extras brought in as a result of their Microgaming tie-in. Slot wise, you get a range of around a hundred to choose from, including all the established favourites, such as Big Ben, Lil Devil and Shaman’s Dream. Included Microgaming titles include Cool Wolf and Twisted Circus. Table games include different incarnations of Blackjack, Keno and Roulette. Plus you get a wide selection of scratch cards too.
This site is aimed squarely at the on the go player, with games available for play on any smartphone directly through your pre-installed web browser. You can download the site’s app if you want, with the added advantage of direct access via your device’s home page. Everything can be played on your desktop too, with an optional menu sidebar, particularly useful for those with a wide screen monitor.
Payments can be particularly stress free for mobile users with boku’s Pay by phone service. Here you can charge your deposits to your mobile account simply by supplying your phone number. There is a maximum daily deposit of £30 when using this service. Other acceptable payment methods are standard Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards. You can also use a selection of e-payment and pre-payment formats, including Neteller and Paysafecard. There is a minimum deposit of £10 for all payment methods.
Withdrawals are subject to the promoter’s standard 30 x wagering requirement. This means that if you were to make a deposit of £10 and receive the site’s matching introductory bonus of £10, you would need to spend at least £600 (30 x £20) before making a claim. Further restrictions apply maximum withdrawal limits too. You cannot claim more than £1500 per week, or more than £3,000 per month. Progressive jackpot wins are excluded from these restrictions. These are paid at the standard rate of £10,000 per week. The minimum withdrawal amount is £10. You should also be aware of the site’s dormant account rules. “Maintenance fees” are charged if you do not use your account monthly, and these increase the longer you leave the account dormant. It is therefore best to withdraw your winnings regularly.
Help and support is available via a comprehensive FAQ section. If these cannot satisfy your enquiry, a pre-formatted e-mail form is available, with a reply promised within an hour. Plus there is always the in-game live chat facility, which is particularly useful for game related questions.
Licencing is dealt with via the promoter’s registration on the Isle of Man. The UK Gambling Commission has jurisdiction over this territory, so United Kingdom based gamers are protected by the UK government’s regulator. Restricted territories include Australia, Canada, France, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United States. A full list is available from the site’s Terms & Conditions link, found at the bottom of the home page.