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There’s a lot going on with the homepage of Yukon Gold Casino, so let’s try to break things down a little. The Yukon peninsula, for those who aren’t great with geography, is in Canada. There’s a beautiful picture of it in the background of this casino’s homepage. To the right of that image, you’ll see a monster made out of rock and covered in moss. To the left, you’ll see a guy with a shaved head wearing a green jacket. We have no idea what he’s doing there, either. The homepage doesn’t make a lot of sense, but it’s more interesting to look at than the homepages of most Casino Classic casino sites. The welcome promotion works a little differently, too. For an initial deposit of £10, new players can claim 125 free spins on one of the casino’s top jackpot slots. Anything you win has to be wagered x200, though, so there’s very little point in winning anything at all. Even with that heinous stipulation in place, this is still one of the better Casino Classic sister sites.
As we’ve just seen from Yukon Gold Casino, not all of the Casino Classic sister sites do a great job of coming up with visuals that match their names. UK Casino Club deserves special recognition in that respect because it’s a UK-themed casino, and it has nice 3D-rendered image of King Arthur on it. It then immediately loses some of that recognition when you look at the small print under the picture and realise that it’s been taken from an old Microgaming game. UK Casino Club might argue that it’s the thought that counts, and we won’t disagree with them. We’d have to question the thought process that went into pairing a £700 matched deposit welcome promotion with an x200 wagering requirement, though; we’d love to know if any player has ever conquered the requirement and made a withdrawal. We suspect not. UK Casino Club claims to be one of the UK’s most prestigious casino sites, but if we were to draw up a list of the most prestigious casinos in the country, it probably wouldn’t trouble the top fifty.
There’s quite a lot you could do with the zodiac theme if you wanted to use it for an online casino. It’s an idea that lends itself well to a variety of imagery. Zodiac Casino chooses to ignore all of that potential and present us with a fairly plain-looking casino homepage, complete with a spinning wheel representing the welcome promotion. You’ll know not to expect too much from welcome promotions at Casino Classic sister sites if you’ve been following the things we’ve had to say about them so far. At Zodiac Casino, players can help themselves to a matched deposit welcome promotion worth up to £480 plus eighty free spins on Mega Moolah when they join the casino. Mega Moolah is well known for its multi-million-pound jackpots, but we invite you to reflect on the impossibility of landing a multi-million-pound jackpot and having to cope with an x200 wagering requirement. You’d be trapped at the casino trying to shake off the wagering stipulations for the rest of your life.
Welcome to Big World Casino. That’s what Grand Mondial Casino means – you just have to translate it out of its native French to understand it. This is another one of the Casino Classic sister sites that opts to go with a free spins-driven welcome promotion rather than a matched deposit-driven welcome promotion, but the same nasty terms and conditions come with the promotion, so it’s as pointless here as it is elsewhere. Several of the Casino Classic sister sites are in dire need of attention from a web designer to give them a more modern look, and Grand Mondial is one of the worst offenders. You can see that from the image on its homepage – it’s of a woman collecting her winnings from the casino as an oversized cheque, but the date on the cheque is in November 2017. As the casino doesn’t showcase any of its games on its homepage, it’s hard to say what kind of impact this has had on its games portfolio.
You can work out the meaning of Grand Mondial Casino by putting its name into Google and letting the search engine’s translation facility work its magic for you. Doing the same with the name of Villento Casino yields nothing at all. We don’t know what Villento means, but if we had to hazard a guess, we’d go with “lacklustre.” It would be a perfect description of this casino site. From the logo and the red curtain in the background of the homepage, we think that whoever designed it was going for an upmarket, high-end look. What they’ve given us instead is one of the dullest-looking Casino Classic sister sites – and by the standards of this casino network, that’s really saying something. The £1000 matched deposit welcome promotion at Villento Casino means nothing for the same reason that the welcome promotions at the other Apollo Entertainment Limited casino sites don’t mean anything either, and the site doesn’t offer anything else to recommend it by.
You’ll notice that we haven’t suggested that playing at any of the Casino Classic sister sites would be a good idea at any point yet in this list. That’s not going to change while we’re talking about Rich Reels Casino. In fact, we’re less likely to play at Rich Reels Casino than we are at any of the other Casino Classic sister sites. That’s because we think the casino is broken. When we tried to access it from a desktop computer, we got a content and security warning. After ignoring that, we found a casino site that doesn’t appear to be in working order. In the past, Apollo Entertainment Limited has switched the URLs of casinos that it no longer wants to operate and redirected them to casinos that are still going concerns, leaving the old URL listed on its UKGC licence in the process. We wouldn’t be at all surprised to see this happen with Rich Reels Casino in the near future – it looks like it’s no longer a going concern from the point of view of its owner.
Casino Classic Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||27|
|Best Sister Sites||UK Casino Club, Yukon Gold Casino, Villento Casino, Grand Mondial and Zodiac Casino|
|Owner/Operator||Apollo Entertainment Limited: 122, Andrea Debono street, Naxxar, NXR 4030, Malta|
|Sister sites status||27 Active, 0 White Labels and 0 Inactive sister sites. 27 total sister casinos.|
|UKGC Licence page||UKGC Licence: 38620|
|N/A – not on Twitter|
|N/A – not on Facebook|
Casino Classic operator – Apollo Entertainment Limited
Apollo Entertainment is a little shy of publicity. When we say “a little shy,” we mean there’s virtually no information about this company available anywhere on the internet. That’s almost impressive. We’re talking about a casino operator that’s been active within the iGaming industry since 2008, and yet it’s barely left a trace of its activity anywhere save for the casino sites that it’s built and launched. There are almost thirty of them in the UK alone, plus more than serve other territories. It ought to be impossible for a company to do as much as Apollo Entertainment Limited has without being profiled by someone, but it’s remained under the radar. It doesn’t have a website, nor does it have any social media channels. We get the impression that whoever runs the company has made a deliberate choice to stay hidden.
From the little verifiable information that exists about Apollo Entertainment, we can say with certainty that it belongs to the legion of casino network companies based in Malta. We can also say with certainty that it holds a valid Malta Gaming Authority licence, which is usually a given for any casino network company based on the island. There are sources on the internet that claim Apollo Entertainment Limited brings in revenue of around £20m per year, but we’ve been unable to independently verify that information. Unusually, all of the casinos on the Apollo Entertainment Limited platform are one hundred per cent owned and operated by Apollo Entertainment itself. When companies run as many sites as this one does, at least a few of those casinos tend to be white-label. Maybe Apollo Entertainment doesn’t like sharing.
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Casino Classic Sister Sites Welcome Bonuses
It won’t take long to spot the welcome promotion at Casino Classic – it’s the only thing that stands out in the “above the fold” section of the retro homepage and claims to be worth £500. All is not what it seems, though. You’ll have to make two large deposits if you want to unlock all £500 of that bonus cash – £200 on your first deposit and £600 on your second deposit. That’s more than most players are likely to want to spend at a casino site they’ve never tried before. They’d be foolish to do so anyway – the x200 wagering requirement that the bonus pot is saddled with means that the chances of withdrawing anything from the bonus are miserably low.
If you scroll all the way to the bottom of the Casino Classic homepage, you’ll find a very small box that promotes a “rewarding loyalty program”. That’s the only mention of a loyalty program you’ll find anywhere on the casino’s website. There’s no further information on the promotions page and nothing in the terms and conditions. If such a scheme exists, we assume that it’s offered on an invitation-only basis. As we have no way of knowing whether or not that hunch is right, though, we’ll have to work on the assumption that there aren’t any promotions at Casino Classic other than the welcome promotion.
Top Games at Casino Classic
It’s far harder than it ought to be to work out what the top games at Casino Classic are. That’s because no games are mentioned by name on the casino’s homepage. It’s a bizarre approach, but one we’ve seen at a couple of the Casino Classic sister sites, too. If you have excellent slots knowledge, though, you might recognise the character portrait that greets you next to the welcome promotion on the homepage as belonging to one of the gang from Microgaming’s Immortal Romance. The vampire-themed slot is considered one of the most influential of all time and is still played regularly by thousands of people every day despite being well over a decade old. Clicking the “casino games” button at Casino Classic takes you to a very long list of games listed in alphabetical order, although there’s a particular spotlight on blackjack. That feels appropriate for a casino that’s supposedly focused on classic gaming.
Customer Support and Licensing
Casino Classic claims to offer live chat customer support on a 24/7 basis, although we’ve heard that players can sometimes face a long wait for an agent to become available to speak to them. If your query isn’t urgent, you can email email@example.com and get a response within 48 hours. Casino Classic holds a clean UK Gambling Commission licence via its parent company Apollo Entertainment Limited, account number 38620.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
It’s good manners for casino sites to have a “Payments” page, where players can find out all they need to know about how the site processes deposits and withdrawals and how long it might take for their money to reach them when they ask for a withdrawal. Failing that, the same information should be easy to find in the casino’s FAQ. Casino Classic has neither a payments page nor an FAQ page. That means players have to browse through the site’s full terms and conditions to find payment information, and even then, there isn’t any conclusive information. We know that the site works with debit cards and most major e-wallets, but we can’t tell you how long it takes to process a withdrawal. Worryingly, fees appear to apply to some transactions.
Final Thoughts on Casino Classic
Casino Classic isn’t offensively bad, but its welcome promotion is. No casino ought to be allowed to impose x200 wagering requirements on bonuses, and those that do don’t deserve any custom. It simply isn’t reasonable. Nothing any casino could offer would make up for such anti-customer terms and conditions, but Casino Classic doesn’t offer much anyway. It doesn’t even spotlight any games on its homepage and can’t be bothered to tell its players when to expect money when they ask for withdrawals. Overall, it’s one to miss.
Casino Classic Sister Sites Player Reviews
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There haven’t been any reviews of Casino Classic written by UK-based players within the past twelve months, which reflects the site’s lack of popularity in the UK market. If that changes and enough reviews appear for us to be able to bring you a well-rounded picture of player feedback regarding the casino, we’ll list them here for your information.