Now this IS an interesting casino. You would not necessarily think so at first glance. The home page is a basic affair, with not much more than a plain white and pastel background and the Play OJO logo to greet you. But behind the scenes, there is much to marvel…
The games on offer are most definitely focused on the slots. There are hundreds on offer from most of the leading software designers. This means that you get pretty much all the top titles here: everything from Aliens to Zeus III and everything in between, such as Gonzo’s Quest, Rainbow Riches and Starburst. There is less variety for traditional table game fans, but you do get several different formats of Blackjack and Roulette. There is a small range of live gaming options too. Games are available in Ojo’s “try for free” mode, so you can try before you buy.
Everything is designed to run smoothly on any kind of device, so mobile and tablet users get an excellent range of games to choose from too.
So far, so much like many other similar casinos. But the real game changer is this site’s no wagering policy. Yes that’s right: no wagering restrictions at all (other than the legally required money laundering prevention requirements). As part of Ojo’s “no shifty small print” policy, you don’t face any minimum wagering requirements before you can withdraw your winnings, just the standard £20 minimum withdrawal amount. This means that there are none of those dodgy introductory bonuses either: everything is “upfront, clear and simple”.
But not only are players here free to enjoy their games without all that wagering palaver, Play Ojo even offer a kind of cash back scheme. With Ojo Plus, you get money back for every funded game, win or lose. The amount varies, but for the majority of slots this is 0.6%, with most of the remaining games paying out at 0.4%. Table games pay considerable less, usually around 0.06% at best. None of these figures may seem astronomical, but it’s a lot better than nothing. It’s probably best regarded as an increase in your RTP rate for each game. In effect, this casino will be returning around half a per cent more to you, the player, than its rival casinos.
It’s easy to get started too. All the usual payment methods are accepted. You can even use PayPal, which remains the most popular e-payment method amongst many players when available. The minimum deposit amount for all payments is £10.
Help and support is available via the site’s live chat facility in the first instance. Alternatively, you can contact the team by e-mail at email@example.com, or by phone on 0203 150 0852.
Minimum Deposit: £10
Maximum Deposit: none listed
Deposit Methods: Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, ecoPayz, Neteller, Paysafecard, Skrill, Bank Transfer
Currencies: British pound, Euro, Danish krone, Norwegian krone, Swedish krona, Swiss franc, US dollar, Canadian dollar, Australian dollar, South African rand
Time to transfer: credit / debit transfers up to seven days, electronic payments should be quicker.
There are no wagering requirements
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Slots, Progressive slots, Blackjack, Roulette, Live games
Licencing & Regulation
Malta Gaming Authority
United Kingdom Gambling Commission