Adler Casino Review
Adler Casino’s claim to fame is that it bills itself as being the German casino, dedicated to German players. The only language available on the site is German and while it may seem a bit odd for the brand to be reviewed as part of an English language site, we felt that it was nevertheless a good idea to incorporate it here for the sake of completeness. It is also part of a wider group of casinos, operated by L&L Europe Ltd and that is a brand that players may well have encountered before, thanks to them operating casinos in the UK and wider European markets. Our German isn’t the best but we will attempt to go through the Adler experience as best as we can to identify the good and bad parts for anyone looking to play there.
The Experience and Gaming Software
The selection of games on offer at Adler Casino is fairly diverse, with players able to enjoy top titles from the likes of NetEnt, which is ably supported as the lead partner by the likes of Yggdrasil Gaming and Amatic Industries. We cannot recall having seen a NetEnt casino with a downloadable client and so it will come as no surprise to players that everything that is available at Adler can be enjoyed within a browser tab with no download required. The same can be said of the signup process, which utilises a secure, web based form to allow players to get their details over to the brand.
If you are one of the aforementioned players that has encountered the L&L Europe brand before then you are in for a familiar sight as far as the interface goes. It is essentially identical, with German language functionality added over the top. Fortunately, it has always been one of the most intuitive ways to play, with easy access to your favourite games and full account management functionality. If you know exactly what you want to play then you can make use of the search box, while those looking for a wider scope of games can try the various category options, comprising slots, video poker, table games and more.
Progressive jackpot games are taken care of by both NetEnt and Yggdrasil, with the former being our preferred choice thanks to the sheer size of the potential prizes offered on the likes of Mega Fortune, Mega Fortune Dreams and Icy Wonders. These huge prizes are also backed up by the availability of a top notch live dealer gaming platform and this too suits the brand thanks to German speaking dealers at the blackjack, roulette and baccarat tables.
Security and Fairness
It goes without saying that any casino that we recommend as highly as Adler makes use of industry standard security functionality and that means top notch encryption on everything between the player and the serves. This means that your money is safe in transit and nobody can access the results of your play or, more importantly, interfere with it.
Adler’s games do not appear to be independently audited on a casino level, although NetEnt and Yggdrasil are two highly respected names that carry out such processes in their own right. Assuming that the games are stock versions then players will have no issues with fairness on any of the titles.
Responsible gaming is also promoted throughout Adler casino and players can set deposit and betting limits to cover a variety of different time periods. They can even set session limits, where if they only want to play for an hour, regardless of the financial situation, they can program the casino to automatically log them out after this time. Adler also works closely with German responsible gambling organisations and provides links to their assistance for anyone that requires it.
Account Management and Customer Support
While there is nothing particularly new or exciting about the banking options on offer at Adler Casino, it is fair to say that the brand has pretty much every base covered. Credit and debit cards, electronic wallets and bank transfers are all available as means of making a deposit and withdrawals can be expected within around 24 hours to e-wallets and slightly longer by other means. There is a daily withdrawal limit of £5,000 or your currency equivalent although this is likely to apply only to particularly high rollers.
Instant customer support is available through live chat and phone and is offered between 10am and 1am German time. While we generally prefer 24-hour support, this has to be considered reasonable given the narrow focus of the casino’s operations.
Adler Casino Review in Summary
First things first, you will definitely only want to play at Adler Casino if you speak German – you would just be needlessly overcomplicating things if you don’t! Many casinos offer support for the language though and we wouldn’t put this casino right in the top tier. However, for anyone that likes a local touch and fancies the combination of NetEnt and Yggdrasil games in one place, it can definitely be worth checking out in greater detail. It is a good all-round brand by all means and has plenty going for it, just perhaps not enough to make it a must play, even by German speakers.