Omni Slots Casino Review
We’ll kick things off here in our review of Omni Slots by pointing out that the brand may have a similar name to the Playtech powered Omni Casino, but the two are completely unrelated. It’s almost a shame as that would have led to us having an insight into what the brand is all about, especially with Omni Casino being one of the few remaining Playtech powered casino brands that we can bring ourselves to recommend. Anyway, whether we like it or not, Omni Slots is determined to stand out in its own right so there is no better way of judging how it performs than making our way through the full review.We’ll kick things off here in our review of Omni Slots by pointing out that the brand may have a similar name to the Playtech powered Omni Casino, but the two are completely unrelated. It’s almost a shame as that would have led to us having an insight into what the brand is all about, especially with Omni Casino being one of the few remaining Playtech powered casino brands that we can bring ourselves to recommend. Anyway, whether we like it or not, Omni Slots is determined to stand out in its own right so there is no better way of judging how it performs than making our way through the full review.
The Experience and Gaming Software
There are no Playtech slots on offer at this casino at all, not that they are sadly missed. Instead, players can get their hands on top notch action from an impressively decent selection of developers. NetEnt and Microgaming are the clear front runners and they are the two developers that we would choose to lead the way if we were to run a casino. They are also ably backed up here by the likes of Amatic, BetSoft and Evolution Gaming for the live dealer action. When a casino has ‘slots’ in the name, we expect some top quality action and, so far, Omni Slots delivers.
There is no software to download when playing here as everything is handled through the main site. That setup lends itself well to the fact that Omni Slots is not only available online, but also through a mobile site. As long as you’re using a recent Apple or Android device, you’ll be able to take your pick of the mobile versions of some of the best games that the casino has to offer, no matter where you choose to play.
The slots are actually not as numerous as we had expected, mainly because it seems that Omni Slots has opted against making use of every game that the developers have to offer. A quick search for some of our favourites demonstrated that many of the big names are there. NetEnt’s Starburst and Microgaming’s Thunderstruck 2 are generally our points of reference and they can both be found among the range. We generally check for jackpot games too and while Microgaming’s Mega Moolah can be played, complete with access to the networked jackpot amount, NetEnt’s Mega Fortune was nowhere to be seen. It was also a bit strange to see that Mega Moolah can be found from the search box, but heading directly to the jackpot slots category only shows up games from BetSoft.
The focus may be on the slots but there were enough table games on offer to keep our interest too, and the Evolution Gaming live dealer selection was also first class, even if it is perhaps not quite as extensive as those offered by some other developers nowadays.
Account Management and Customer Support
The deposit options that players have to choose from at Omni Slots is actually pretty extensive, with a combination of the most popular methods and some niche favourites on offer. We used Skrill to make a deposit, as is often the case in our reviews, and it went through without any issues. The available payment methods do not extend as far as PayPal, but it was nice to see that the casino is happy to accept Bitcoin.
As is often the case, the withdrawal methods at the casino are not quite as extensive as their counterparts for deposits and players will primarily be reliant on electronic wallets and bank transfers. That was no issue for us given that we were using Skrill, but some players may find that their favourite withdrawal method is missing from the selection. There are limits on withdrawals although they are pretty fair, as players can take out up to €5,000 per day and €25,000 per month. It was also good to see that the casino doesn’t get involved with the jackpots, as these prizes are paid out directly to the player by the developer, meaning that there are no limits in place.
Support is offered around the clock by live chat and email and we used our test questions to establish that Omni Slots offers a friendly service that was able to provide perfectly satisfactory responses.
Omni Slots Casino Review in Summary
Omni Slots is a good online casino, but still a few steps away from becoming a truly great one. The choice of games is good, but we know that some players are not keen on playing anywhere that is licensed in Curacao. The withdrawal methods and speeds could also be better and what really prevents this from being a truly top class casino is the fact that there are other brands out there that do pretty much the same thing, but manage to do it slightly better. There are no specific reasons not to play here, but we consider it to be a mid-tier casino at best just because it is missing some of the spark that makes a better casino truly great.