Slots Empire

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Slots Empire sister sites include Red Dog Casino, Aussie Play, Las Atlantis and El Royale Casino.
Slots Empire (slotsempire.com) is operated by Wonder Play Company N.V. of Curacao.

Slots Empire does not hold a licence from the UK Gambling Commission. 

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SLOTS EMPIRE IS NOT COVERED BY A UK GAMBLING COMMISSION LICENCE. 

The iGaming licence that covers Slots Empire was issued to Wonder Play Company N.V., the casino’s operator, by the Comoros Gambling Licence Authority. That’s one of a number of iGaming “regulators” based in Curacao. The reason we’ve written “regulators” like that is because the regulators in Curacao are notorious for doing very little in the way of actual regulation. Complaints – especially those made by people who shouldn’t be playing at Curacao-based casinos – often go unanswered. Rogue operators frequently get away with being rogue operators.

So, who shouldn’t be playing at Curacao-based casinos? In all likelihood, you. If you’re reading this from the UK, you shouldn’t be playing at the Slots Empire sister sites or Slots Empire itself because the casino isn’t covered by a UK Gambling Commission licence, which means it shouldn’t accept or service UK-based players. However, it does so anyway. When you play here, you play without the protections that the UK Gambling Commission would normally afford to you. That’s something you should take a moment to think about before you go any further. If you’ve thought about it and you still want to go further, here’s the lowdown on the Slots Empire sister sites.

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Sorry, did we say “Slots Empire sister sites?” Please accept our apologies – what we meant to say was “Slots Empire sister site,” because there’s only one of them to the best of our knowledge, and that’s Red Dog Casino. We’re using the “to the best of our knowledge” disclaimer because Wonder Play Company N.V., just like almost every other casino network company based in Curacao, doesn’t have a website, and the regulator that it holds a license through doesn’t publish lists. It’s possible that there are other Slots Empire sister sites out there that we haven’t been able to find. Our search was thorough, though, and we think Red Dog Casino is the full extent of the rest of this iGaming family.

Red Dog Casino is very much the yin to Slots Empire’s yang. Slots Empire is all white. Red Dog Casino, despite its name, is almost all black. Slots Empire has a flamboyant, showy approach with bespoke graphics and animations. Red Dog Casino keeps things as simple as could be. Basically, if you find Slots Empire to be arduous to navigate and you find that its animations and graphics slow down its loading speed too much, Red Dog Casino offers a similar experience and (more or less) the same games in an environment that’s far less taxing on your bandwidth and processor.

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Slots Empire Review 2024

Very few casinos make as strong a first impression as Slots Empire does. From its bespoke 2D cartoon animations of ancient Rome to its mostly single-page approach to laying out its iGaming content, the site doesn’t do things like most online casinos do. You might find that the website for Slots Empire slows things down for you a little if your phone or computer has an older processor, but so long as you have the hardware to cope with it, playing at Slots Empire makes for a memorable experience. It’s not an experience you should be having if you’re based in the UK on account of the casino not having the correct licences to trade here, but we’ve covered that point already. Let’s move on and talk about the casino’s content.

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Slots Empire Welcome Promotions

It didn’t take long for us to get lost while trying to review Slots Empire. The casino is, as you can tell from its graphics, full of character. In keeping with its strong sense of personality, it tries to tie its promotions in with the time of year. As such, its welcome promotion might be called the “Summer Bonus,” the “Halloween Bonus” or something else, depending on the time of your visit. We visited the casino to write this review very close to Christmas and found that the casino was decked out in a Christmas theme, but the welcome promotion was still called the “Halloween Bonus,” so someone’s taken their eye off the ball.

The name of the welcome promotion isn’t our only quibble. We’re also not sure how it works. The description of it borders on the mad, saying that up to £7000 is available as a welcome bonus for the people who show up in the best costumes for the “first day of celebration” to “show our support to the Celts.” We appreciate that Slots Empire is sticking close to that ancient Roman theme, but that tells us absolutely nothing about how the bonus works. Clicking on the terms and conditions doesn’t tell us anything beyond the fact that there’s a £20 minimum deposit and an x40 wagering requirement. Is it a matched deposit bonus? Is the total amount of the bonus determined by the luck of the draw? Who’s to say?

Ongoing Promotions

The situation with ongoing promotions at Slots Empire isn’t much better than the situation with the welcome promotion. The major ongoing bonus at the casino is called the “24/7 Bonus,” and it looks like it might be a boosted deposit promotion for every deposit a player makes. The terms suggest that it’s 100% boost for deposits above £30, 120% for deposits above £75, and 150% for deposits above £150. We hope we’ve got that right because that’s a pretty good promotion, even with the x35 wagering requirement that comes with it.

The only other ongoing promotion at Slots Empire is the “New Game” bonus, which is attached to the latest arrival in the casino’s games portfolio. The precise nature of the bonus available will change depending on the game it’s attached to, but as a rule of thumb, players can expect a sizeable matched deposit boost plus an allocation of free or bonus spins to give the game a test drive with.

Pros and Cons of Slots Empire

Pros: Slots Empire is able to provide its players with 24/7 customer support, which is always commendable. Some of the ongoing promotions – especially the 24/7 offer – provide genuine value to every deposit a player makes so long as they’re willing to spend above the minimum. Considering that this is a Curacao-based casino site, the range of slots available at Slots Empire is good – although you’d expect that based on the name.

Cons: The casino’s commitment to its theme is impressive, but it comes at the expense of making sense. We defy anyone to understand how the Slots Empire welcome promotion works – it’s incomprehensible. On top of that, withdrawals move too slowly for our liking, and there are no live casino games available.

Top Games at Slots Empire

We said mere sentences ago that there are no casino games at Slots Empire other than slots, so we don’t need to run you through the categories that the casino offers – there’s only one. They’re not drawn from as many providers as you’d find at a top UKGC-licenced casino, but that goes with the territory in Curacao, and there are still more slots here than you’d get at most Curacao-based casino sites. As an illustration, here are some of the top games currently featured on the casino’s homepage.

Cash Bandits 3, by RealTime Gaming, invites players to join a cheeky heist in its latest slot adventure, bringing improved graphics and animations that make its predecessor seem archaic. Set in the entrance of a bank, the slot unfolds on a 5×3 grid with up to 25 variable paylines and bets ranging from 25p to £125. This high-volatility escapade, whose RTP remains a mystery, promises exhilarating gameplay but requires patience, as evidenced in our 200 spins test. The main draw is the Vault bonus round, offering up to 390 free spins and a 23x multiplier, with the potential to bag a life-changing 115,000x your stake. The base game, unfortunately, lacks additional features, relying heavily on the Vault round for major thrills. Despite this, Cash Bandits 3 maintains the series’ charm with its high-paying wilds and suspenseful Vault-cracking mini-game, ensuring it stands out as the best instalment yet.

Lil Red is a slot inspired by the timeless Grimm brothers’ fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood. This beautifully crafted game transports you through lush woodland on a 5×3 grid with 243 ways to win as you navigate the perils of the big bad wolf while aiming for your grandmother’s house. Bets range from £0.3 to £30 per spin, set against a backdrop of medium volatility and a max win of 2,000 times your stake. Lil Red comes alive with symbols like Little Red Riding Hood, the grandmother, and the lumberjack, while the wolf lurks as both a wild and a bursting wild, ready to substitute for other symbols. The game’s charm is further enhanced by the Avalanching Reels feature, where winning symbols vanish to make way for new ones, potentially leading to consecutive wins. Trigger the Free Spins with the mystical book scatter, and watch the progressive global multiplier potentially boost your winnings up to five times.

The casino honours its theme of Ancient Rome with Caesar’s Empire, a 5-reel, 20-payline slot by RTG that immerses you in a world of Roman conquest and riches. Set against the iconic Coliseum, the game features symbols steeped in Roman history, including Julius Caesar, Cleopatra, and various Roman artefacts. The gold coin depicting Caesar is the wild, boosting your winnings with a 3x multiplier and substituting for other symbols, except for the Coliseum scatter. Trigger ten free spins when Caesar graces the reels alongside the Coliseum, with the chance for additional spins and symbol transformations into Caesar or Cleopatra. The game’s appeal is heightened by the prospect of a random progressive jackpot, accessible even on mobile devices, making every spin a potentially empire-changing event. 

Withdrawal Processing and Support

There are plenty of ways to deposit money into an account with Slots Empire, which makes it a little irritating that there are so few ways of getting money back out again. Withdrawals from the casino can be facilitated only by Mastercard or Visa debit, bank transfer, or Bitcoin. There’s no support for other cryptocurrencies, any e-wallets, or intermediary services like Trustly. Bitcoin withdrawals are processed the fastest, with a turnaround of 1-3 working days, with debit cards estimated at 3-5 working days and bank transfers taking at least five. The maximum withdrawal is £2500 per transaction and the minimum is £150, which might be a problem for both players on a budget and high-rollers alike.

Customer Service and Licensing

In typical fashion, Slots Empire claims that its customer support is provided by “Cohorta Supportus,” who “spawns from the shadows” whenever summoned. In reality, your options are live chat, email, or telephone-based assistance. If you’re in the UK, bear in mind that getting telephone support involves calling an international number (+1 850 2734 930). Live chat is available at all times, but the casino’s email address is [email protected] if you’d rather go down that route.

Wonder Play Company N.V. claims to be covered by licence # 365/JAZ. We know from the format of the licence number that this comes from Antillephone N.V., which is one of many Curacao-based regulators. We have no way of verifying the existence of the licence, but even if it does exist, it offers no support to UK-based players. We would assume that the same licence applies to the Slots Empire sister sites.

Slots Empire – The Verdict

Slots Empire deserves a lot of credit for committing to a theme and taking it as far as it possibly can. Too many online casinos go no further than a few graphics on their homepages when it comes to theming, so Slots Empire stands as an example of what’s possible when an operator is prepared to put the effort in. It’s just a shame that theme-specific language has made it impossible to comprehend the welcome promotion. That’s not the only problem with the casino, of course – slow withdrawals are a bugbear, the limited portfolio of games is another, and the site’s licensing status is the biggest problem of them all. If we were to compare it to other non-UKGC licensed Curacao-based casinos, though, Slots Empire looks fairer and friendlier.

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