77Jackpot Casino Review
Logging onto 77Jackpot Casino – a site I wasn’t familiar with – started off a little troublesome.
While the site was well designed, text at the bottom of the homepage appeared jumbled, and this lack of professionalism initially threw me off signing up.
Nevertheless, I decided to join anyway and despite my initial reservations, I found 77Jackpot Casino to be professional and a stellar gaming experience.
The site is structured in a way that makes it easy and simple to navigate around. Using a top menu bar to offer areas including Banking, VIP areas, About Us, and account management, it’s out the way, yet still accessible when needed.
Lower down on the screen you’ll see a game category menu where you can easily select the types of game categories you want to choose – which I found there to be a LOT of.
77Jackpot Casino’s welcome bonus was one of the most generous I’ve come across in a while, and they offer a €2000 free package, distributed between a variety of ways.
On your first deposit, you’ll get a 125% bonus up to €465, and after putting €100 into my online account, I was credited with €225, meaning I’d been given €125 to play with… for free!
While it’s clear the 77Jackpot Casino mobile website is still ‘in development’, it’s more than capable of providing you with the games you want to be able to enjoy, and I was able to access all the slots from my iPhone7.
The Casino games also work on almost all mobile devices, but I found Roulette took a minute or so to load – no problems once it was up and running, however.
Overall, while I was initially sceptical, about 77Jackpot Casino, I was pleasantly surprised by the service offered.
I found customer support to be incredibly helpful when I was making inquiries about the bonus, and even though they’re a new Casino, they have a fantastic game-range, comprised of games from Betsoft, Microgaming, Aristocrat, Novamatic, and Tom Horn.
Pros: Speedy games, friendly customer support, and fast deposits and withdrawals.
Cons: 77Jackpot Casino aren’t currently accepting UK players due to licensing complications.