Play Cosmo Casino review
Software: CashBet, Microgaming
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Here comes another new entry into the online gaming world, this time powered by CashBet, a mobile-first iGaming platform which supports both real-money and social gaming. Before Play Cosmo was launched in February 2017, their portfolio included Jenny Vegas and Atomic Casino, as well as Bliffi Star Bingo and Casino Cash apps.
Following the same pattern as its sisters, Play Cosmo website is as simple as can be in terms of structure, and an interesting colour scheme conveys a fancy-evening-out experience. Access to games and promotions is given at the very top, while the bottom menu contains only a few additional tabs, Terms being one of them. Surprisingly enough, there is no FAQ list and contact options are nowhere to be found. The only one made available is an email to be used should you wish to file a complaint.
List of Ongoing Offers
- Up to a maximum of £110 Bonus with your first deposit
Being a brand new gaming establishment, Play Cosmo is out to acquire new players by offering a welcome bonus. While they do communicate your first deposit will be matched by 110%, there is no mention of the maximum amount you’ll be able to claim. Equally, no information is given on attached wagering requirements nor any other bonus terms.
Software and Game Selection
Powered by one of the most popular software developers out there, Play Cosmo provides about 250 Microgaming games and a few from NetEnt and NextGen, all available in instant play. There is no filter you can use to find any particular one, so you’ll just have to scroll through the entire list to see what’s available. Each of the games comes with a Cash Play and a Free Play mode, giving you a chance to test it before investing real cash.
Microgaming portfolio is pretty well represented by a number of classic fruities as well as a good selection of more complex video slots. Zany Zebra, Couch Potato and Jingle Bells are some of those offering simple gameplay which will appeal to traditionalists. Those who like advanced graphics and multitude of features, get to spin the reels of Thunderstruck II, Immortal Romance, Bust the Bank, Lost Vegas and Pretty Kitty.
It seems the library doesn’t feature any progressive jackpots. What it does provide, though, is a number of Video Pokers which include All Aces, Deuces Wilds, Double Joker Poker, and a few more game variants. You’ll also find couple of Roulette, Blackjack and Bingo games.
CashBet being a mobile-first platform, you won’t be surprised to see the same layout and same selection of games when you access the Casino via a smartphone or a tablet. An app is also available on iTunes, designed for both iPhone and iPad.
Players who expect to be presented with a wide variety of payment options, might find a short list featured by Play Cosmo to be disappointing. The only banking methods they seem to accept are Visa, MasterCard and Skrill. Unfortunately, no details are given as to deposit and withdrawal limits, nor the time the Casino will take to process withdrawal requests.
Licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the United Kingdom Gambling Commission
Contact Info & Social Activity
As already mentioned, no contact information is given at the present time, the exception being an email address which you can use to file a complaint. Should things go that far, you’ll find the address within the Terms section. You could try getting in touch with Play Cosmo via Facebook as an active profile does exist, but you’ll have to post on their wall to get your message across.
Honestly, we’re kind of lost for words, and that’s a first. While Play Cosmo looked attractive and inviting at first sight, only few minutes later we got the impression it’s work in progress. And perhaps it is! There’s precious little information to be found wherever you look, and failing to share even the most basic ones on payments and promotions makes this casino unlike any we’ve seen so far. Not in a good way, obviously. Were it not for the two highly respected operating licenses, we’d doubt whether this was a legit gaming site. As it is, Microgaming fans might enjoy the choice of games offered, provided they’re not after the generous progressives. The rest of you, keep moving on, there’s nothing to see here.