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Certain thoughts come to mind when you see a name like “Casino Classic.” It’s a name that encourages you to think of table games, spinning roulette wheels, and an era when online slots didn’t even exist. Perhaps that makes it fitting that Casino Classic is an iGaming site that looks like it was designed twenty years ago and then never touched again – but it’s still a questionable design choice. All the problems that exist at every member of the Luxury Casino sister sites family also exist at Casino Classic. Its wagering requirement has an x200 wagering requirement attached, and that’s horrendous. There’s no clarity about withdrawal processes, and you can’t even get a sense of which slots and games the casino does and doesn’t have by looking at its homepage. The homepage of the casino promises “an unforgettable experience.” We suppose that “unforgettable” doesn’t have to mean “unforgettably good,” so it could be accurate.
Quatro means “four,” so is Quatro Casino four times as good as your average casino site? No, it does not. Perhaps it means it’s one-quarter as good as your average casino site instead – and even that might be pushing it. There’s a Viking on the homepage of Quatro Casino, but we think he’s lost. He doesn’t have anything to do with the site’s name or theme and doesn’t appear anywhere else on the site. The other thing you’ll notice about the Quatro Casino homepage is that it offers seven hundred free spins plus a one hundred per cent matched deposit welcome promotion up to a maximum value of £100. That’s all great until the horrendous x200 welcome promotion ruins it again. The wagering requirement means that the promotion is no good, and there’s nothing else about Quatro Casino that makes the site feel appealing.
The basic idea behind UK Casino Club is that the site ought to appeal to the patriots among its potential audience. That’s proved to be a winning strategy elsewhere – we can all think of some great Britain-themed casino sites. UK Casino Club tries to drive the idea home by using 3D images of King Arthur and Guinevere on its homepage. In doing so, it becomes arguably the best of the Luxury Casino sister sites in terms of having a visual theme that matches its name. Some of the effect is ruined by the fact that the graphics are taken from Microgaming rather than being something that was developed specifically for the site, but they get half-marks for effort. However, the claim the casino makes on its homepage about being one of the most prestigious online casino sites currently serving the UK is a long, long way wide of the mark.
We get the impression that Villento Casino is supposed to be a high-end casino site – perhaps one that encroaches on the territory that Luxury Casino itself is supposed to occupy. Like a lot of things on the Apollo Entertainment Limited casino network, though, it’s a swing and a miss. Villento Casino looks awful. Its logo looks fine – although it looks more like something that you’d expect to find outside a five-star hotel – but the casino itself is desperately plain. There’s no hint of character at Villento Casino beyond the red curtain that hands in the background of the homepage. Even the word “Villento” is meaningless – it has no translation and doesn’t do anything to establish a theme. Like all Luxury Casino sister sites, Villento Casino is terminally hampered by an utterly unacceptable wagering requirement of x200, slapped across all of its bonus offers.
Yukon Gold is the strangest of the Luxury Casino sister sites. We get the basic idea behind d the name “Yukon Gold” – the Yukon mountains are in Canada, and there was a small gold rush there a couple of centuries ago. That explains why there’s a gorgeous shot of said mountains in the background of the Yukon Gold Casino homepage. Apollo Entertainment could have left things there, and the tone would have been set for the casino perfectly. Instead, they chose to add a snarling monster made out of solid rock and a character who appeals to be on loan from the latest Grand Theft Auto video game. Neither of them adds anything to the theme. Quite the opposite – they’re confusing, and they take away from the site’s atmosphere. New players at Yukon Gold Casino get 125 free spins for a mere £10 deposit when they join, but their winnings are subject to the same old stupid wagering requirement.
You’ll need to know a little French to understand the meaning behind the name “Grand Mondial.” It translates into English as “big world,” so you could look at this as the Big World Casino if you wanted to. We’re not going to do that because a name so grand ought to be attached to a better casino than this one. No matter where you look among the Luxury Casino sister sites, you’re going to find casinos that have fallen badly behind the times in terms of their design and content. That might be more visible at Grand Mondial Casino than anywhere else because of the image on its homepage. It shows a happy, lucky winner of a recent casino jackpot holding a massive cheque. That would be fair enough if it weren’t for the date on the cheque, which is November 15th, 2017. That’s a long time ago now – as are the best days of this casino site.
Casino Action attempts to mark itself out as being different from all the other Luxury Casino sister sites by using a superhero theme – or, at least, that’s what we think is going on. There are several cartoon superhero characters on the casino’s homepage, albeit superhero characters of the generic kind. You won’t be able to identify them from any movies or television shows. Casino Action’s welcome promotion is actually even bigger than the one at Luxury Casino is, with a maximum possible bonus pot of £1250 achievable over five deposits. You already know what the wagering requirement attached to that is, though, so it’s a bonus that holds no appeal. The casino claims to specialise in slots that offer large, progressive jackpots, but the impression we get is that the same games are available at all of the Apollo Entertainment Limited casinos.
Luxury Casino Information
|#No. of Sister Sites||27|
|Best Sister Sites||Quatro Casino, Casino Classic, Yukon Gold Casino, Villento Casino and UK Casino Club|
|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|
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Luxury Casino operator – Apollo Entertainment Limited
You can look high and low on the internet, but you won’t find much news about Apollo Entertainment Limited. The casino doesn’t have a website, doesn’t publish accounts, and has no social media presence. It’s unusual for a casino network company of such size to be so shy. Apollo Entertainment has been active in the iGaming industry since 2008 and has launched almost thirty online casinos during that year. That alone ought to mean that there’s a record of its operations somewhere, but there’s nothing. It feels a little like the company is intentionally hiding.
Even though Apollo Entertainment Limited has never made a single public statement that we can find – not even a press release to announce the launch of a new casino – there are a few verifiable facts about it. We’ve covered one of them already – the fact that the company was founded in 2008. We also know where the company was founded – Malta, which is where it’s still based. As is usually the case for casino operators in Malta, it holds a Malta Gaming Authority licence to go with its UK Gambling Commission licence. The Malta licence enables the company to operate in other territories, and it takes advantage of that fact. There are additional Apollo Entertainment Limited casinos that aren’t available to players in the UK. If the standard of the ones that are available in the UK is anything to go by, we don’t think UK players are missing out on much.
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If you read our thoughts on the Luxury Casino sister sites, you’ll already know what to expect from the welcome promotion at Luxury Casino. It’s a matched deposit welcome promotion, and it applies to the first five deposits new players make at the casino. The matched percentage varies from deposit to deposit, but the maximum possible reward across the five deposits is an enormous £1000. To get the full amount, players will need to spend £2300 of their own money. The spending doesn’t stop there, as the bonus pot is tied to a painfully ridiculous x200 wagering requirement, thus ensuring that short of a miracle, nobody will ever be able to withdraw anything from the bonus pot.
When you call your iGaming site “Luxury Casino,” you’re telling players to expect the very best in terms of games, quality of service, and promotions. That’s not what players at Luxury Casino get, though. The quality of promotions across the Luxury Casino sister sites is poor. We can’t verify that the site has any promotions whatsoever, save for the aforementioned welcome promotion. There’s mention on the homepage of a loyalty program that treats players “like a VIP,” but no further information about this program is available on the casino site, so we can’t even say for sure that it exists.
Top Games at Luxury Casino
If anything sums up how dated and tired Luxury Casino is, it’s the selection of games that it highlights on its homepage. The casino claims to have more than five hundred and fifty games, which is no more than average for a big site in the modern iGaming era. Of the games highlighted, the one that gets the biggest promotional graphic is Microgaming’s official Terminator 2 slot. It contains plenty of authorised images and sounds from the famous film, but it’s also nearly ten years old. There are other slots in the same section of the homepage that are actually more than ten years old, including Immortal Romance, which is also by Microgaming. Games by that particular provider appear to be the most popular at Luxury Casino, as Thunderstruck II – also by Microgaming and also more than a decade old – is also spotlighted in the collection.
Customer Support and Licensing
Luxury Casino offers a live chat service and claims that support is available 24/7. Customer feedback indicates that players can sometimes be left waiting a long time for an agent to become available to assist them. If your issue isn’t urgent, you might prefer to email email@example.com, where agents will endeavour to respond to you within 48 hours. Luxury Casino is the flagship casino site of Apollo Entertainment Limited and, as such, is covered by UK Gambling Commission licence 38620. The licence was clean at the time this review was written.
Withdrawal Speed and Support
It ought to be easy to find out a casino’s withdrawal processes. At Luxury Casino, it’s almost impossible. You won’t find a payments page on this site. You won’t find an FAQ page either, which means it’s hard to find answers to any of the questions you might have about using this casino. The only other place to look is the full terms and conditions section of the site, but even that’s a little vague when it comes to payment processing. The short answer is we don’t know how fast or slow Luxury Casino is when it comes to getting money to its players, and we’re not sure which withdrawal methods it supports.
Final Thoughts on Luxury Casino
We can think of a few words that we’d put in front of “Casino” to describe this site, but “Luxury” wouldn’t be one of them. Not publicly stating the terms and conditions of your withdrawal policy is a big red flag. Even if we’re charitable and assume that the withdrawal policy is fair and fast, it still wouldn’t excuse the casino locking new players into an x200 wagering requirement when they claim their welcome bonus. It’s the highest wagering requirement we’ve ever seen at a UK casino site, and it’s totally unacceptable.
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There haven’t been any reviews of Luxury Casino posted on any big reviews sites in the past twelve months by UK-based players. That may reflect the casino’s lack of popularity in the UK. We like to give our readers balanced feedback, so if any new player reviews of this casino appear in the future, we’ll pick them up and list them here.