Total Software Solutions Casinos

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Total Software Solutions is a casino network company with four active sites. The Total Software Solutions casinos are OzLasVegas Casino, Vegas Rush Casino, Silveredge Casino and Funclub Casino.
Total Software Solutions is operated from Alajuela, Costa Rica.

Total Software Solutions Casinos are not licenced by the UK Gambling Commission

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None of the Total Software Solutions casinos are covered by a licence from the UK Gambling Commission. Some of them claim to be covered by an iGaming licence granted by authorities in Curacao, but details of the specific licence aren’t given. Even if the company does hold a Curacao licence, it doesn’t entitle Total Software Solutions to offer casino services to players in the UK. Despite that, some of the sites owned by this casino network company allow players to sign up from UK addresses. We recommend that our readers do not do so.

For safety and protection reasons, players in the UK should only play at casinos covered by a valid UK Gambling Commission licence. Total Software Solutions does not hold any such licence. 

OzLasVegas Casino

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OzLasVegas (the name might look wrong, but it’s written as one word on the casino’s website) is one of two sites on the Total Software Solutions casino network that uses a Las Vegas theme. What makes OzLasVegas a little different is that the Las Vegas theme comes with an Australian twist. There isn’t an equivalent of Las Vegas in Australia, of course, but this casino might have you thinking there’s one. The “Oz” in the title is more of a nod to the casino’s target market than anything else – OzLasVegas was built primarily to serve players in Australia. However, it does accept players from other territories – even those that it technically shouldn’t because of licensing restrictions. OzLasVegas offers players “no hitches or glitches,” with fast withdrawals, slots and games from well-known providers like NetEnt, Betsoft and Microgaming, and an enticing customer loyalty program. It comes with live dealer games (free chips for the live casino are part of the casino’s welcome offer) and cryptocurrency support, but what it doesn’t come with is a lot of games. There are barely three hundred games at OzLasVegas, so players are likely to get bored after a while.

Vegas Rush Casino

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We promised you two Vegas-themed casinos, so here’s the second. It’s Vegas Rush, and it has a much more conventional Las Vegas theme than OzLasVegas purely by virtue of not having to work an Australian angle into proceedings. Vegas Rush Casino is very much “Vegas by numbers,” with little more than a few swoops of neon and some gaudy lights to set the tone. When it comes to welcome offers, though, Vegas Rush Casino pushes the boat out. It offers a matched deposit against the first four deposits made by a new player, along with fifty free spins with each new deposit. Alternatively, players can forego the free spins and pick up some free chips to use in the site’s live casino instead. There are also promotions connected to specific payment methods, with a clear preference shown for Bitcoin. Vegas Rush Casino is good at making noise, but it’s less good at actually providing much in the way of casino action. Despite claiming to be “the closest thing to the real Las Vegas” on the internet, Vegas Rush Casino has fewer than 250 casino games in its portfolio. That’s hundreds short of the better casinos on the market and would be a good reason to skip over Vegas Rush even if it weren’t for the casino’s lack of a UK licence.

Funclub Casino

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While the comparative lack of games at the two Vegas-themed casinos we’ve looked at thus far is an issue, we can at least say that they’re good-looking casino sites. Anyone who visited either casino would initially be blown away by how attractive the casinos are before eventually realising that there isn’t actually all that much to do there. Total Software Solutions has dropped the ball with Funclub Casino, though. This looks for all the world like an online casino that was designed somewhere around 2010 and hasn’t been updated since. Everything is compressed into the centre of the screen in a way that suggests that the site was supposed to be “mobile optimised” back when there was a difference between mobile and laptop website displays. The dated style of Funclub Casino is made all the stranger by the fact that it’s only been online since 2016. Checking the “about us” section of Funclub Casino reveals that this is the only casino on the Total Software Solutions network that acknowledges its owners are based in Costa Rica. The rest claim an address in London, but the London address belongs to a subsidiary company and is only used for payment processing. The number of games at Funclub Casino is down to around 150, so with everything taken into account, this is easily the weakest casino site on the network.

Silveredge Casino

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Silveredge Casino is another fairly bland-looking online casino site from Total Software Solutions. All of the company’s design flair appears to have been invested into OzLasVegas and Vegas Rush, with little left over for Silveredge Casino or Funclub Casino. Silveredge Casino is still capable of providing players with entertainment, but that’s primarily because of the unintentionally hilarious content of its “about us” page. There, we’re told that the casino was “started by young guns” and is “all rave.” It would be fine to make those statements if the casino looked modern and dynamic, but the basic design is anything but. The range of promotions at Silveredge Casino – welcome promotions and otherwise – appears to be identical to that of Vegas Rush Casino, suggesting uniformity across the group. Silveredge is the only casino on the network not to state how many casino games it offers in total, but as the only providers working with the site are Betsoft and the lesser-known Dragon Gaming, the answer to that question is probably “not many.” Much like Funclub Casino, Silveredge Casino is not an online casino site that we’d recommend to our readers, even if it weren’t for the licensing issues that make it bad advice for UK players to play there.

About Total Software Solutions

A lot of the things that are normally said about Curacao-based casino companies can’t be said about Total Software Solutions. The majority of casino network companies that use a Curacao licence don’t have a web presence. Total Software Solutions does. Many of the Curacao-licenced casinos don’t even identify themselves on their casino websites. Total Software Solutions does, albeit under the name of its subsidiary company Sapphire Private Services Limited. Total Software Solutions is, as a company, altogether far more communicative than most casino network companies of its kind are – but there’s a catch. Nowhere on the Total Software Solutions website will you find the word “casino.”

So jarring is the lack of any acknowledgement of how the company makes its money that we had to repeatedly check to ensure that the Total Software Solutions website we’d found wasn’t that of another company that just so happens to share the same name. There actually are other businesses out there in the world called “Total Software Solutions,” but the one we’ve provided a link to is undoubtedly the correct one. It’s based in Costa Rica at the same location as is given for its casinos and describes itself as an “information technology infrastructure company.” Apparently, the company’s speciality is “networking and project management.” The only clue that there might be a casino connection anywhere is in the “solutions” section of the website, where it’s mentioned that Total Software Solutions offers “turnkey solutions” and “network expertise” to white-label partners. “Turnkey” is a word you’ll see used often among white-label casino network companies, and its presence here raises the possibility that the Total Software Solutions casinos are actually operated on a white-label basis with the involvement of third parties. Unfortunately, that kind of information isn’t recorded on the Curacao register, so there’s no way of knowing.

If you didn’t know that Total Software Solutions was a casino network company before arriving on its business website, you’d probably be none the wiser by the time you logged off and went elsewhere. The language on the site is vague – perhaps deliberately so – and talks of “automated business processes” and “implementing technology solutions.” The company says that its clients work in “some of the most highly regulated and security-conscious industries” but stops short of specifying which industries. Clicking on the “services” tab of the company website doesn’t even reveal a specific list of services. Instead, visitors are greeted by the sentence, “Have a technology problem? We’ll fix it.” It’s highly doubtful that the existence of this vague, basic website generates any business for Total Software Solutions, which leaves us questioning what its true purpose is.

Aside from being able to verify the existence of Total Software Solutions in Costa Rica, we haven’t been able to find any other publicly-available information about this company. We don’t know how many people work there, how long the company has been trading or how much money it makes. We haven’t even been able to independently verify that it holds the Curacao iGaming licence that it claims to hold. There are a few red flags here when it comes to assessing whether or not it would be safe to play at casinos owned by Total Software Solutions, but as we’ve already covered the fact that UK-based players shouldn’t be playing there anyway, the red flags are merely confirmation of that.

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What are players saying about Total Software Solutions casinos?

Here are our condensed / readers digest summaries of recent player reviews of Total Software Solutions casinos. Please note that these reviews aren’t updated as the Total Software Solutions casinos are off-limits to UK players.

  • 13-Dec-2021: Hallmark Casino by Becky:
    Their whole staff was very unprofessional and live chat was not available at the time of need The methods they were offering were very slow and cheap. – source: TrustPilot
  • 18-Nov-2021: Hallmark Casino by Davis:
    They offered me an attractive welcome bonus but it was not claimable, strangely they were only accepting all transactions in dollars. – source: TrustPilot
  • 21-Sep-2021: Hallmark Casino by Nathan:
    Depositing here was super easy and the win percentage was medium. I had to wait for 2 weeks to get my winnings which is terrible. – source: TrustPilot
  • 15-Aug-2021: Hallmark Casino by Burn:
    At first, they offered me decent welcome bonuses but they had serious wagering policies to meet. Hidden charges were also applied to my winnings. – source: TrustPilot
  • 13-Aug-2021: Hallmark Casino by Samuel:
    All processes at this casino were hassles and methods for processing my winnings were fast and secure. The support service here was also very kind and professional. – source: TrustPilot
  • 13-Aug-2021: Hallmark Casino by Andrea:
    Their choice of games was amazing and all of them got premium graphics and responsiveness. All bonus offers were wager-free and attractive. – source: TrustPilot
  • 02-Aug-2021: Hallmark Casino by Mikw:
    Some slots here were not working efficiently and some were fixed. The customer service had no clue about this currption. – source: TrustPilot
  • 30-Jul-2021: Hallmark Casino by David:
    Had a horrible experience with them as I lost all my money, most of their slot machines were lagging a lot and some were not even working. – source: TrustPilot
  • 19-Jul-2021: Hallmark Casino by Justin:
    Hallmark casino is just a joke their bonus offers were of no use, no welcome bonus was offered to me. Everything was unfair at this casino. – source: TrustPilot
  • 17-Jul-2021: Hallmark Casino by Buttler:
    I am still waiting for my withdrawals and it’s been 4 weeks, all my requests are getting ignored here. Just skip this casino and don’t deposit here. – source: TrustPilot

Full list of Total Software Solutions Casinos

The following is a complete list of casino sites operated by Total Software Solutions along with their URLs. We reiterate that players in the UK should not consider playing at any of these casinos.

Active Total Software Solutions Casino Sites

  • Vegas Rush Casino (vegasrushcasino.com)
  • OzLasVegas (ozlasvegas.com)
  • Funclub Casino (funclubcasino.com)
  • Silveredge Casino (silveredgecasino.com)