A few weeks ago we brought you news about how King Gaming had used copyright laws to force Casino Saga to change its name – while this may have shown the Candy Crush creator to be the most bullying King around, this week’s launch of Casino Kings has introduced us to a whole lot more friendly monarch. With key focus on accessibility and choice, Casino Kings looks like being a casino truly made for the modern player. We've got the lowdown on the newest mobile casino on the block.
The first thing worth talking about when it comes to Casino Kings is the vast selection of games on offer. The current trend in mobile and online casino gaming is for operators to choose games from a number of different developers, rather than relying on a single source for all their games. While this technique has the potential to backfire and leave you with a casino full of games but devoid of quality, Casino Kings really seems to have got it right.
Firstly, it’s handpicked titles from only the very best developers – namely Microgaming, Thunderkick AB and NextGen Gaming – to ensure that every game featured on the site not only appeals to players in terms of appearance and theme, but is also guaranteed to run smoothly and offer players fairness along with their thrills.
With over 240 slots and casino games available on the online version of the casinos, and more than 100 of the best picks also available on mobile, the choice may be daunting, but you’re guaranteed to be onto a winner whatever you pick.
Bonuses and Promotions
Ok, I’ll admit it: the welcome bonus at Casino Kings isn’t the most amazing thing in the world. What you’re looking at getting is a mere 100% on top of your first deposit, up to a total of £200. While this is fine, Casino Kings really comes into its own when you start looking at the other promotions it serves up to returning and loyal player.
From a Game of the Day promotion to weekly deposit bonuses, there are enough recurring promotions to keep any player happy. Layer on top of this a number of promotions which are either seasonal (like the current Lucky in Love Bonuses), or are there to celebrate the launch of a new game (like the Cricket Star Holiday Prize Draw). It’s great to see a casino concerned more with retaining loyal players than acquiring new ones through short sighted promotions.
I alluded to the fact that much of the games and content available on Casino Kings is accessible on your mobile above, but that’s not the whole story with this casino. The choice of developers was no accident, and that – coupled with the way the site has been carefully crafted – means that Casino Kings effectively has two faces.
While this might not sound like the most attractive feature of a casino, it’s actually a great piece of news for both mobile and desktop players alike. While many casinos with an eye to mobile offer all players the same exact service no matter how you access their site, Casino Kings has realised that its casino offering will be more attractive to everyone if desktop players get a service tailor fitted to desktop when they access the site, and mobile players get a service tailor fitted to mobile when they access it. All this means is that everyone ends up with the best possible experience.
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