No prizes for guessing this Cozy Games operated site is optimised for mobile users. Indeed, its uncluttered, uncomplicated design is well suited to the smaller screen. It’s easy to sign up too. Just tap on the “Register” icon at the tip right of your screen.
The device you use to play on this site may be small, but sadly the range of games available is nnot exactly large either. You do get the usual range of Cozy titles, with over a hundred slots to choose from. There are some great titles, like Irish Luck, King of Slots and Sugar Train. On the other hand, many of the big name games available elsewhere are missing. Only a few Microgaming designs are here to supplement the operator’s own licenced titles. All slots are available for you to play for free in Demo mode, so you can try them out before you need to commit any of your own cash. Casino-wise, you get around a dozen different choices, with different formats of Blackjack, Keno and Roulette. There is no poker though, nor any live gaming options. A dozen scratch card varieties are also provided.
Payments can be made using many of the usual conventional methods. Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards are acceptable, together with Neteller, Skrill and Paysafecard. Most useful form the mobile players’ point of view is the ability to use boku’s pay-by-phone service. Just provide your mobile number, and your deposits can be charged to your regular monthly phone statement. There is a maximum daily limit of £30 when using this method. All payments carry a minimum deposit requirement of £10. There is also a maximum payment limit of £500 per transaction.
Withdrawals are subject to the site’s wagering conditions. The minimum withdrawal amount is £10. There are also maximum withdrawal amounts of £1500 per week and £3000 per month. There is an additional prize limit of £10,000 per 24 hour period, although jackpot wins are excluded from this restriction. Withdrawals will usually take around seven days to reach your account.
Restricted territories include Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France and associated territories, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Malaysia, Moldova, Montenegro, Myanmar, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States. Players are held responsible for ensuring they are permitted to play from their territory of residence. A full list of excluded territories is available from the customer services team. Support from the site can be accessed via live chat, or by contacting them via e-mail at [email protected]
Acceptable currencies are British pounds, the Euro and US dollar. Licencing for the site is held via the promoter’s registration on the Isle of Man, and the UK Gambling Commission.
It is difficult to recommend this site on several grounds. Although the design is good and it’s easy to find your way around, these pluses are outweighed by several other factors. It has a relatively poor range of games compared to its many competitors: the lack of any poker at all is unusual for a casino site to say the least. The wagering requirements are also more restrictive than many – particularly the maximum withdrawal limits. There are plenty of better choices out there. For Cozy Games fans only.