L and L Europe casinos
L and L Europe Casinos brands include Casino Casino, No Bonus Casino, Race Casino and Yeti Casino. L and L Europe Casinos is also known as L & L Europe Limited, licence number 38758 which operates 9 active sites, 0 white labels and 0 inactive brands. This is 9 online casinos in total.
Official L and L Europe Casinos
L & L Europe Limited Information
Who are L & L Europe Limited?
If you’ve ever played at Race Casino, Casino Casino or Pub Casino (or, in fact, any of the casinos we’ll be looking at a little further down this page), then you’ve played at an L & L Europe iGaming site whether you were aware of it at the time or not. This is one of a great many Malta-based casino network companies that serve the UK, which makes it slightly contentious that the operator runs a site called “All British Casino,” but we digress. There are plenty of Malta-based casino network companies that profess to be British, so we won’t hold it against L & L Europe individually.
L & L Europe is a long way from being one of the biggest casino network companies in the marketplace either in terms of the number of the casinos that it operates or in the profile of those casinos, but it’s also a long way from being one of the smallest. It’s reasonably well-known, and its casinos are reasonably popular. To get to know this operator properly, we need to take a trip back in time – so let’s do it.
The History of L & L Europe Limited
This operator was founded in 2011, although the company’s biography on its official website says that the story started a long time before that. L & L Europe was created by two long-serving industry professionals (who curiously choose not to name themselves on the website) coming together to create something new. The founders believed that they’d identified a gap in the market for what they refer to as “specialised and localised” casino services. We fail to see what’s specifically local about any of the current L & L Europe iGaming sites, but that’s by the by – the plan could easily have changed since those early days.
No self-respecting or reputable casino network company operates without a licence, and it didn’t take long for L & L Europe Limited to get one of its own. One of the plus points of being based in Malta is having easy access to the Malta Gaming Authority, and it was that body which issued the operator with its first licence in the same year it was founded. That allowed L & L Europe Limited to get to work, and so by 2013, the operator had three casinos online; All British Casino, which was specifically formulated for the UK market, NorskeAutometer (Norwegian), and No Bonus Casino, which was envisaged as a general-purpose casino site that could serve several market places. As such, it was the first of the company’s casinos to accept multiple currencies.
Taking the Next Step
Opening those first three casino sites gave L & L Europe Limited a platform to build from – and so it got on with building. In 2015, the operator launched Casino Casino, which it described as its first “responsive” casino with dynamically adaptable content. At the time, all of the slots available at Casino Casino came from a single provider, Amatic, which limited the site’s appeal. That’s changed in recent years as L & L Europe has brought more and more highly respected game providers aboard. 2015 turned out to be a pivotal year for L & L Europe Limited, but not just because of the launch of Casino Casino – it was also the year the company received a UK Gambling Commission licence for the first time.
Gaining entry into the UK market is huge for any iGaming company, and having achieved that mark, L & L Europe Limited pushed to go even higher. Yeti Casino joined the growing family of casinos on its platform in 2017 and was the first multi-lingual casino site the company had ever come up with, including support for five different languages and nine different currencies. Up until this point, every casino on the operator’s platform had been built by L & L Europe Limited’s fair hands, but that was about to change. Still in 2017, L & L purchased Yako Casino from another casino network company. Prior to the purchase, the site had been operating exclusively in Sweden on the Everymatrix platform. Work on other sites continued in the background, though, and L & L Europe just about found time to squeeze out Fun Casino just before 2017 came to an end.
L & L Europe Limited in the Present Day
We have no reason to believe that this casino network company will slow down any time soon; it releases a new casino around once every two years and will likely continue to do so. While we don’t have any information about the size of its operations in terms of financials, it appears to be a stable and growing business with plenty of potential.
L & L Europe Limited and the UKGC
If you were paying attention a few paragraphs ago, you’ll know that L & L Europe Limited is the proud holder of a valid UK Gambling Commission licence, which was issued in 2015. That means when players play at any of this operator’s casinos, they can do so with the confidence that they’re afforded all the protections that the licence allows. The UKGC licence number for L & L Europe Limited is 38758, and it covers all ten of the casino sites that the company currently operates in the UK. It’s a clean licence, which means the operator has so far steered clear of regulatory troubles and has never been fined, warned, or otherwise sanctioned.
The Top L & L Europe Casinos
All British Casino
Proudly decked out in red, white and blue (while operating from a base in Malta), All British Casino was one of the very first casino sites that L & L Europe Limited ever came up with, and is still going strong today. The British theme is well-executed on the homepage of this casino, with red telephone and post boxes decorating the splash graphics and a collection of “British favourites” for players to choose from. For the record, those “favourites” include All British Blackjack and All British Roulette, which are basic blackjack and roulette games with the word “British” in front of them.
Perhaps that last comment was a little churlish. There’s some value to a few of the exclusive games at All British Casino, which includes a branded version of Slingo. While All British Casino has operated almost exclusively as a slots site for the majority of its existence to date, it recently added a sportsbook to its portfolio. That’s a rarity on this casino platform and underlines All British Casino’s unofficial status as the flagship casino of the network.
Race Casino is all about the feeling of speed. That’s made very clear by the presence of the back end of a Formula 1 racing car on the homepage of the casino. If you pay attention to the spoiler on the back of the car, you’ll see that it advertises a welcome promotion of a 100% matched first deposit up to a maximum value of £100. You’ll need a magnifying glass to spot the terms and conditions, though, which include mention of an x40 wagering requirement. That’s not terrible, but it’s also far from fantastic.
You won’t find any sports betting at Race Casino, which means it’s not as well-rounded as All British Casino is. That’s by design, though. There’s more to Race Casino than just a name – it was designed to be streamlined and fast-loading in order to offer an efficient service to players in a hurry. Adding a sportsbook would only slow the casino down. However, being fast doesn’t mean that Race Casino is light on content. Between the slots, Slingo, live dealer and video poker selections, this iGaming site has more than 1300 games to offer. That’s more than enough to keep even the pickiest of players busy for a while.
We’ve rarely been so happy to see a casino site receive a revamp than Casino Casino. While this might have been the first “responsive” casino on the L & L Limited platform when it launched in 2015, times have changed a lot since then, and until 2023, those changes weren’t reflected at Casino Casino. It looked tired and dated, and it was in desperate need of a new look to give it a new lease of life. It’s now received that look and is back to looking like one of the better iGaming options on the platform.
The new-look Casino Casino doesn’t give too much away on its homepage. You get to find out that there’s a welcome promotion worth £100 (subject to the same terms and conditions as the welcome promotion at Race Casino), but you don’t get to see any of the games. You’ll have to scroll down a little if you want to check those out, and when you do, you’ll find that the popular games section of Casino Casino contains more recent releases than you might expect a popular game selection to contain. It seems that the newness at Casino Casino extends to more than just its look.
Pub Casino is, as we said further up this page, the new kid on the block at L & L Europe Limited, and you can tell just by looking at it. The quality of the digital art on the homepage of Pub Casino is outstanding. It’s not a tacky or tawdry representation of an old-school British boozer – it looks more like the kind of pub that serves food and charges north of seven pounds for a pint. If you’re fond of the occasional beer yourself, you may even find that the can advertising the welcome bonus on the homepage makes you a little thirsty.
Below the splash banner, Pub Casino makes the risky and questionable decision to go with a two-tone black and white look for its games portfolio. The slots and games only gain colours when you hover over them. That’s a nice way of making the games “pop” when you take an interest in them, but the side effect is that it makes the entire selection look a lot more boring and plain than it ought to. Based on what we can see of the selection, we think Pub Casino offers the exact same selection of games as Casino Casino, so it all comes down to a choice of which theme you prefer.
No Bonus Casino
Having no bonuses is an odd thing for an iGaming site to boast about. If there’s one thing that players have become accustomed to by this stage in the age of online casinos, it’s that when they join a casino for the first time, they’ll receive a welcome bonus of some kind. If they’ve joined a particularly good casino, they might even receive some loyalty rewards. No Bonus Casino, on the other hand, claims that it offers no bonuses at all. That will be a turn-off to some players, but there will also be plenty of fans of the idea. Many of us know the irritation of getting stuck with a sticky bonus we never asked for and then having to wade through an unreasonable wagering requirement. That doesn’t happen at No Bonus Casino. What you see here is what you get.
While there’s no loyalty club and no welcome promotion at No Bonus Casino, the site isn’t entirely honest when it says it doesn’t offer any promotions at all. There is, in fact, one promotion at No Bonus Casino, and it’s active at all times. If your luck isn’t in when you play at No Bonus Casino, you’ll receive ten per cent of the value of your deposits as cashback. The cashback is delivered with no strings attached and no wagering requirements, with no maximum cash-out. It’s a simple, no-string casino site – and that’s precisely what a lot of people like about it.