Caesars Casino & Bovada Review
Introducing Caesars Casino
There are few bigger names in the casino industry than Caesars. However, unlike its famous land-based casino counterparts, Caesars Casino is a free-to-play social casino that’s all about having fun and spinning slots.
And because it’s free to play, Caesars Casino offers players almost instant action in an easy-to-use format via mobile or desktop and through social platforms such as Facebook. Being free means that Caesars Games doesn’t offer any prizes, but that doesn’t matter.
Log on and you’ll find plenty of original slots that are easy to play and fun to use and, because it’s part of the Caesars brand, you’ve assured a high-quality casino experience.
Registration is almost instant here, especially if players opt to use Facebook. The site smoothly takes players to a software lobby, which is themed with Roman pillars and the Caesars logo to appear like a virtual casino floor. The artwork is bold and crisp, with supporting music and animations.
A first visit includes a tutorial which will explain how the site works and how to get around. Links to player settings and site sections are easily found. The middle of the lobby holds a games carousel, using large icons. One of the strong points of this casino is the choice – there are many games to choose from here, though many are locked initially. This qualifies the experience, so players can build up levels and points to unlock more games.
The games are original in-house titles, following fairly familiar patterns. For example, we start with Cleopatra’s Quest. The artwork of these slots is as strong as most mainstream slot games, with rich backgrounds and animated symbols. Players will also see Leprechaun Riches, Spin Dragons and Wild Howl, conforming to pretty standard game themes but with solid art and features. There’s also an official Pink Panther game.
Caesars Games does not provide live casino games at this time.
The mobile setup is very good at Caesars Casino. The site offers full apps for Android, Apple, Amazon and Windows devices, which users will be directed to if they visit the site on mobile. Alternatively, there are links given on the lobby. The apps are easy to install and work just as well as the desktop site.
The mobile view is neatly adjusted for the smaller screen, orientated horizontally. The layout is just like the desktop site, so there’s no confusion. Games and site sections are easily accessed with taps. This is a smooth mobile offering that may even be better than the main site, meaning it was clearly designed this way from the start.
The site’s support section includes a detailed FAQ page. This has both expanding ‘hot topics’ category sections and a search bar, so it’s easy enough to find help on anything from the games to technical problems.
The contacts section offers a contact form, but no phone or live chat. This is not uncommon for social casinos as they don’t have the urgency of real money issues, but more methods might be useful as the site develops.
The site uses PayPal payments and benefits from their widely trusted security systems. It does not offer any alternative methods at this time, but PayPal accounts can be set up in seconds so we recommend you make in-game purchases using this method anyway.