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New Casino Sites

Here we bring you our selection of the latest mobile and online casinos to go live. We’ve looked to pick only the best of these new sites, as it seems that not a month goes passed without the launch of a casino site. Below you’ll find our selection of what we consider to be the best

Bonuses for New Customers Only. 18+. T&Cs Apply.

Captain Wins

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100% up to £100 Bonus
+ 100 Cleopatra Spins
Spins Split over 3 Deposits

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Captain Wins is on the Nektan platform. The site offers over 400 different titles with new games and providers added on a monthly basis. There are over 18 different software providers on board. The site has numerous live dealer tables as well as a number of progressive jackpots. PayPal is available.

  • The deposit bonus and free spins wagering requirement is 30X the bonus funds + amount deposited.
  • £10 minimum deposit is required to trigger the deposit bonus. The 1st deposit bonus is up to a maximum of £100.
  • Bonuses are capped at 4X conversion.
  • Not all games available contribute to the wagering requirements so double check the terms and conditions.

Casino Cruise

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100% up to £100 Bonus
+ 200 Bonus Starburst Spins
20 Spins for 10 Consecutive Days

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Casino Cruise have over 1000 different games and titles to play. All the major software providers are on board such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Evolution and NYX. The site is licensed in both Curacao and Malta so is consider safe to join. Multiple currencies are accepted and there numerous payment options.

  • A minimum deposit of £10 is required to trigger the deposit bonus.
  • The wagering requirement is 40x the bonus amount received.
  • The free spins carry the wagering requirement as listed above.
  • Some games have a different weighting towards the wagering requirements, double check the T&Cs at the time of joining for the full list.

Chancehill

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100% up to £100 Bonus
Choose from 10 Different Bonuses
Bonus for UK Players Only

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Chancehill uses an advanced slot game filter to make it very simple to find specific games. Major software providers provide the titles and there are hundreds of different games to chose from. The site is fully licensed and accepts multiple currencies. There is an alternative bonus available for non-uk players.

  • The minimum deposit required is £10 to receive the bonus funds
  • The max bet with the bonus funds is £5
  • The wagering requirement is 60x and must be met before withdrawals can be made
  • The welcome bonus is staggered depending on how much you initially deposit. The full amounts can be found in the bonus T&Cs
  • Not all the games contribute towards the wagering requirement

InstaCasino

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100% 1st Deposit Bonus
Max £200 Deposit for the Bonus
Max Bonus Win from £400 to £4000

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Insta casino doesn’t offer the biggest range of software providers and has under 200 different games available. The site features a very good sort and search functionality. The deposit bonus is stacked depending on how much you initially deposit. Licensed in both Curacao and Malta with multi payment options.

  • The minimum deposit required is £10 to receive the bonus funds
  • The max bet with the bonus funds is £5
  • The wagering requirement is 60x and must be met before withdrawals can be made
  • The welcome bonus is staggered depending on how much you initially deposit. The full amounts can be found in the bonus T&Cs
  • Not all the games contribute towards the wagering requirement

Kozmo Casino

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Deposit £10 Get ‘Speedy Spins’
60 Seconds Spins with Deposit
Use Code ‘SPEEDY60’ to Claim

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Kozmo casino has over 300 different games to chose from. Deposit £10 and you’ll get 60 seconds worth of free, unlimited spins in that time frame. Winnings will be added to your account as cash funds. Get up to 50 spins every day, depending on how much you play. PayPal is accepted as a payment method.

  • Minimum deposit of £10 required to get the 60 seconds of spins
  • Winnings from the spins will added to your account as cash
  • The max winnings from the spins is capped at £1.50
  • The bonus code ‘SPEEDY60’ must be used at the time of making the deposit

Sloty

100% up to £300 Bonus
+ 300 Bonus Spins
30 Spins for 10 Consecutive Days

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With over 1000 different titles to chose from, this site offers a massive selection. The bonus spins are awarded as 30 per day for the first days of making your deposit. The minimum deposit is £10. Licensed in both Malta and Curacao it is safe to join and there are multiple ways to withdraw winnings.

  • A minimum deposit of £10 is required to trigger the deposit bonus.
  • The wagering requirement is 40x the bonus amount received.
  • The free spins carry the wagering requirement as listed above.
  • Some games have a different weighting towards the wagering requirements, double check the T&Cs at the time of joining for the full list.

Spins Royale

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Up to 100 Starburst Spins
Deposit £10 Get 25 Spins
100 Spins Over Four Deposits

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Spins Royale offers over 400 different titles from over 20 different software providers. The 100 bonus spins are across 1st four deposits. There are numerous live dealer tables and games can be sorted by win frequency or size. New titles added each month. Multiple currencies and deposit methods accepted.

  • The bonus codes ROYALE1, ROYALE2, ROYALE3 and ROYALE4 must be used in order to claim bonus spins
  • Minimum deposit is £10 to get the 25 spins
  • The wagering requirement is 30X the bonus awarded
  • The bonus conversion is capped at 4x
  • Bonus only available to new customers

Sunset Spins

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100% up to £10 Bonus
+ 10 Starburst Spins
New Customers Only, 18+

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Specialist mobile site with nearly 500 different titles available. Over 20 different software providers are on board. Games can be filtered by type, win frequency and prize size. Bonus is restricted to £10 and 10 spins regardless of the initial amount deposited. Multiple currencies accepted.

  • Minimum deposit is £10 and you will be awarded £10 bonus funds plus 10 spins on the slot game Starburst
  • The wagering requirement is 30X the bonus awarded
  • The bonus conversion is capped at 4x
  • Bonus only available to new customers and over 18s only

It doesn’t seem like a week passes without a new casino site being launched. The number of new casino sites opening their virtual doors is getting beyond ridiculous. If you look at an average month, the number of sites opening is around 15. This means that there are around 180 new casinos launching every year! With that kind of number its like looking for a needle in a haystack to find the best of the bunch. So we’ve put a guide together to help those on the hunt for somewhere fresh to play slots and table games.

The Advantages of New Casino Sites

The big advantage of joining any new site is the bonuses on offer. The new site is trying to woo new customers in through the door by offering big bonuses. It is not uncommon to see a site offering a no deposit bonus, deposit bonuses plus free spins and a free pet monkey. We made the pet monkey bit up. Plus there are all the side promotions of cashback on certain slots, extra bonus boosts during the week, a truly dazzling array of offers…or something like that.

As there are so many new casino sites launching on a regular basis it’ll need to do something to get the players running through the door. Running might be a bit much, but you get the idea. A common offer is a £5 no deposit bonus. Then spend £10 and you’ll get a £10 bonus plus 50 free spins on Starburst. Who wouldn’t be tempted by such an offer with freebies like that?

But it is unlikely to last forever. The ‘free’ money comes at a cost to the casino because they are taxed on it. So by giving these ‘freebies’ away they’re eating into their profits, and who has ever heard of a poor casino operator? Therefore these deals do not last long. However, in truth they’re not actually a great way to win any money. They’ll be huge wagering requirements attached and are really a way to test out the casino to see if you like the games on offer. You won’t get rich and be able to run off the Seychelles from free bonuses alone.

The Disadvantages of Joining New Casinos

So there you are, very pleased with all this money in your new account. You’ve got your free bonus from simply creating a new account. You’ve then deposited £10 and got another £10 free plus a load of free spins on Starburst. Life is good! Lets spin, win and head off to the beach. Sadly this is far from the reality due to the wagering requirements attached to most bonuses.

Lets start with the free no deposit bonus. That free £5 you received has not been designed to help you get off to a nice winning start. This is because the wagering requirement will have been set at some ridiculous amount meaning you’d have about as much chance as flying to the moon than winning any money from a no deposit bonus. More often than not the wagering requirement is 99x. A number designed to ensure you never win. Its been designed to give you a free test drive rather than allow you to actually win.

Then you have the deposit bonus and free spins attached to that. The deposit bonus will also have a wagering requirement attached to it, usually around 40x. So if you deposit £10 and get a £10 bonus you’d need to wager £800 before being able to withdraw that sweet free cash. That trip to the Seychelles is starting to look a little less unlikely. Lets not forget that not all games contribute to the wagering requirement either. And as for those free spins you’re getting…well we think you get the picture by now.

It is common knowledge that a high number of new casinos close within the first six months of opening. So joining up to the latest casino does come with its risks, and no free monkeys.

Whitelisted, Blacklisted – Choosing a Licensed Casino

Looking at the licensing of new slot sites is actually really important. It is worth checking to see if it is classed as being whitelisted. While this sounds like a secret MI5 document that might self destruct its actually a little more sensible than that. For a mobile or online casino to be whitelisted it needs to be licensed with a country that is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. The UK Gambling Commission oversees all advertising of old and new casinos and has very strict rules in place about the advertising and ultimately the fairness of the casino in question. These rules have been put in place to protect customers to ensure they get a fair deal.

So how do you spot a whitelisted casino? Well for it to be regulated it needs to have its license from one of a handful of countries. The most common are Isle of Man, Alderney, Gibraltar and Malta – all of which are tax havens…hardly a surprise! When visiting the new casino your thinking of joining scroll to the bottom of the home page where it will show who it is licensed with it. Anything but a whitelisted jurisdiction then care needs to be exercised.

So the opposite too whitelisted is blacklisted. No, this is not an MI5 agent who has defected to the enemy, well not quite… Blacklisted casinos do not really have many rules and regulations to adhere to. So here you might find the owner smoking a cigar on a beach in Costa Rica while you are complaining about not being able to withdraw your winnings. There are certain countries that are blacklisted and these include Curaco, Costa Rica, Kahnawake plus others. Essentially anywhere that sounds dodgy is likely to be dodgy. If you see any of these countries shown on the home page then serious caution should be advised. Do your research and see what others have been saying about the site on the forums, have they had issues withdrawing their winnings? At the end of the day you don’t want to see our cigar smoking fiend lying on a Costa Rican beach with a nice bottle of scotch in his hands that has come from you not being able to withdraw your winnings.

Depositing, Withdrawals – What to Look Out For

Seeing as so many new sites shut up shop what can you do to spot the wheat from the chaff? Well one way is to actually look at the different payment methods available to customers. Not only is it good for the customer to have a number of different methods to deposit, but it’s also a sign of the casinos commitment to staying around for a long time to come.

Here’s why. Lets say you use boku pay by phone bill as a way to make a deposit. The owner of the casino will have to pay boku 12% of the amount you deposit. This is quite a chunk taken directly from the pocket of the owner. The same applies to PayPal, Neteller in fact every payment method has a cost for the casino operator. So the more options you see, the more it’s a sign of the commitment of the casino being prepared to look after its customers… if such a thing is possible of course!

That’s it, you’re number has come in on the roulette table and you want to pack your bags and head off to that beach in Thailand. Well, first of all you need to know that you can actually withdraw your winnings and there are a few things to look out for. We’ve already mentioned our cigar-smoking fiend in Costa Rica to look out for but what else?

One of the things to spot is the processing time it takes for withdrawals. A typical time frame is 48 – 72 hours for your request to be processed. This little nugget of information is usually tucked away in the terms and conditions. If you come across a particular site that is anything above 72 hours processing time, the chances are it’s a tad dodgy and this new site may well be one to avoid. Also check out the time frames for each of the withdrawal methods. This very much depends on whether its PayPal, debit card or whatever. In the FAQ section of any site you’ll be able to see time frames. If these time frames stretch into weeks then you’ll probably want to avoid joining that site in the first place.

Another point to look out for is the minimum withdrawal requirements. To meet these requirements you need to initially meet the minimum deposit requirements. Typically you can expect to have to deposit £30 before being able to request a withdrawal. There will then be a minimum withdrawal amount. If you were thinking of joining a new casino site that requires a minimum of deposit of £100 before requesting a withdrawal, it would be wise to quickly move along and find somewhere else.

So now we have the scenario when you’ve spun those reels, the slot machine has flashed crazy like a disco and you’ve won it big. You’re now head is on that beach in the Seychelles drinking cocktails. However, each new casino will have daily, weekly and monthly withdrawal limits. If the withdrawal limit is £3,000 and you’ve won £10,000 just be aware that those cocktails are likely to turn into mocktails unless you’re prepared to wait for all of your winnings to be paid. The same applies to progressive jackpots. If you happen to become a millionaire from a progressive slots jackpot, then you’ll be paid your winnings in instalments. So it’s probably best not to rush out and buy that Bentley or Ferrari just yet.

Software and Games

For the majority of mobile or online casino players, finding the latest site with the best selection of software providers is key. Whether there are games from Netent, Microgaming or NextGen these are things that are important to a lot of people. There is also another little tip for those less experienced with picking out a new site to join.

There are two advantages for joining a new casino site that has a lot of games on offer from multiple software companies. The first is obviously the sheer choice of games. If you decide to sign up with a new site that has over 400 different slots and table games then it is going to keep your interest for far longer. But in terms of the new site staying open for a long time it also another little sign of what to look our for. For the owner of the casino to have such a range of games comes at a cost. Netent, microgaming etc all have license fees. For example you spend £10 playing starburst. Netent charge a 10% license fee so earn £1 from the £10 you’ve deposited. It may sound silly but the casino owner is planning on being around a long time as it is investing its own money in keeping its customers happy.

Ultimately all of the above is just a bit of guide to the minefield that is new casino sites. It is not always a case that new is best, so just be sure to double check all the hidden terms and conditions and ensure you don’t fill the pockets of our cigar smoking fiend!