Though it may seem a pretty tenuous link, 777 Casino is actually owned by 888. That’s right, the same mega 888 that operates 888 Casino, 888 Sports, Poker, Bingo, etc, etc. While the former has been around for ages, 777 Casino has only been in the game for a few years, coming into being without too much fuss or fanfare back in 2015. Despite this, the casino clearly benefits from its parent company’s nous and expertise. Here’s how:
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777 Casino Slots Review
As you’d expect from an 888-brand, 777 Casino has called on some of the best software providers in the business to stack its games cupboard with top-class titles. These include:
- Random Logic
- Evolution Gaming
- IGT (WagerWorks)
- Barcrest Games
It’s also worth noting that as well as all the top-end developers listed above, 777 also makes good use of of its own proprietary software, Dragonfish. This means that along with playing the best-known slots and casino game offerings on the market, you can also treat yourself to titles that aren’t available anywhere else. And that’s not something many casinos can boast.
One of the most enticing aspects of the 777 Casino site is its evocative retro vibe. Think Rat Pack-esque cool combined with a touch of Kerouac's On the Road style and you’re about halfway there. It could have been kitschy in less experienced hands but the site designers here earned their money well, with sweeping visuals of the Mojave Desert complemented by nostalgic billboard ads and neat little nods to the golden age of Vegas gambling.
Navigation is equally impressive, with all of the game categories headed at the top of the page. There’s also a brief teaser display of slots & jackpots, roulette, live casino and card games just a short scroll down from the main splash, where the site’s seven-figure jackpot total ticks invitingly up and up...
While 777 Casino proudly boasts of having 270+ casino games in its promotional blurb, it doesn’t tell us exactly how many slot games it has on its books. A cursory search reveals the catalogue to be both comprehensive and distinctive, with legendary titles like Jack Hammer, Twin Spin and Gonzo’s Quest rubbing shoulders with the likes of Superman Slots, Dawn of the Dinosaurs and Adventures in Wonderland. Clicking on a game takes you through to a dedicated playing page where you can find out more about your chosen title, including who it's made by and what the overall story and/or objective is.
And then some! Indeed it’s fair to say 777 Casino is actually packed with progressive jackpot slots. Millionaire Genie, Irish Riches, Nightmare on Elm Street – they’re all here, along with a host of others. If jackpots are your thing then you certainly won’t be disappointed.
Yes, but all players need to set up an account beforehand.
777 Casino offers a good selection of depositing methods, with VISA debit cards, MasterCard and paysafecard all available. Popular eWallet services like Neteller, Entropay and Skrill are on hand as well. Withdrawals can take anywhere from 1-7 days.
New players can enjoy a fantastic welcome offer when they register an account at 777 Casino. This offer comes in the form of a 100% match bonus up to £200, including 25 free spins to use on your favourite slot games. This offer is limited to 90 days and the bonus must be wagered at 30x for it to kick through.
Operating under licences from both Gibraltar (where it’s based) and the UK Gambling Commission, 777 Casino is as fair and secure as any top-level casino in the world. Support is provided in the form of several ‘how to’ guides and by way of a dedicated customer service team on hand around the clock. Players with queries can get in touch via email and phone but, alas, not by live chat.