As of June 2020 7Casino is no longer accepting UK players. The site hasn't closed but it's focus is now towards International markets. Our review below remains in place for reference only.
7Casino is the 5th brand to emerge from the Bgo Entertainment stable and the second this year. Just a couple of months ago Chilli Casino emerged to partner up with Bgo.com, Power Spins and Vegas Luck. With multiple Nektan, Dragonfish and Jumpman brands to compete with it's perhaps no surprise to see other platforms churning out new places to play. So what does 7Casino offer players in terms of offers and slots?
When you first visit 7Casino you can't help notice the bright and colourful nature of the site. It is dominated by logos of the latest and popular slots. These groups are punctuated by green/yellow bands with titles that use a font that would be more appropriate in an Austin Powers movie. The site works well on desktop, mobile and tablet - no app is required - although we are bemused as to why the desktop site uses iframes and isn't responsive. Essentially though it's the same format as Chilli!
7Casino Welcome Offer
At launch 7casino offered new players 7 no deposit spins that were wagering term free. However things have changed considerably since then. The no deposit offer has been dropped and now new players can now spin the Mega Wheel on first deposit. Deposit a minimum of £10 to spin the Mega Wheel for the chance to win up to 500 spins on the Twin Spin game. Any wins from these spins comes with a x65 wagering term.
7Casino boasts 100s of slots from multiple suppliers. These include Blueprint, Eyecon, IGT, Microgaming, Playtech, Net Entertaiment, Quickspin and Red Tiger. You won't find Slingo titles here but there are over a dozen different Megaways slots to choose from. Table games like blackjack and roulette are an option, as is live casino. Unfortunately you'll not find anything relating to video poker. Progressive jackpot slots such as Age Of The Gods, Batman and other Playtech titles complete an impressive mixture of games.
Become a regular at 7Casino and you'll earn Diamonds. This is a reward scheme which gives you 1 Diamond for every £10 wagered on slots. Table players only receive 0.1 for every £10 wagered. Accrue enough points and you can convert these to spins, real money or (coming soon) golden chips in the loyalty store. All rewards are wager free too. High roller players will be invited to join the VIP scheme.
Although 7Casino now has wagering terms there are some other issues to deal with. Depositors will be charged 2.5% (minimum 50p) on each deposit. Similarly each withdrawal will cost £2.50. We're not too keen on these fees, but they are still better than being hit with wagering terms - except that 7Casino are now doing both which seems incredibly unfair. 7Casino offers a number of deposit options too, including Neteller, Paypal and Skrill. Note that welcome offers may not apply on some deposit options.
The no deposit spins were an incentive to check out 7Casino - something not offered by Chilli Casino or Vegas Luck. The welcome bonus of winning up to 500 spins on the Mega Wheel may also be appealing as is the rewards program. The no wagering policy was a positive but this has quickly been dumped. Players therefore should be aware of the costs attached to depositing and withdrawing funds. However, beyond that there's possibly nothing that marks 7Casino out from the crowd.