Bright Star is one of the more contemporary looking Progress Play powered titles. The usual boxy button links are replaced by some nicely drawn icons and the background is a clean white, adding a real freshness to the design.

Once inside, you can expect to find the usual high quality mix of games. All the usual popular favourites are provided, with hundreds of different games to play. The greatest proportion of these is slots. Over a dozen of the biggest names in software have licenced their games for this casino, so you can play the very best of NetEnt, Microgaming and NextGen Gaming’s output. Several other top designers are on board here as well, so you won’t be short of choice. There are over a dozen progressive jackpot games too, with the total prize money available on these games amounting to just under £20 million at the time of our visit.

The traditional casino offerings seem a little less comprehensive when compared with the hundreds of slots available, but there should still be sufficient to keep many table game fans entertained. There are around thirty different formats of all the major games, including Baccarat, Blackjack, Poker and Roulette. About half of these are in standard video form, with the remainder provided with a live dealer. These are live streamed from world class studios operated by the likes of NetEnt and Extreme Live Gaming, so you are guaranteed an excellent service with the most realistic experience possible on your mobile or tablet. There are a few other games to play as well. Most of these are scratch cards, but there is some Keno too.

It’s easy to get started at Bright Star Casino. Most payment methods require just £10 as a minimum deposit. And there are plenty of different ways to make your payments. These include all the usual methods, such as Visa and MasterCard, Netteller and Skrill, plus Paysafecard. But there are lots of other choices here too, like ecoPayz, Trustly and Zimpler.

Withdrawals can be made from as little as £2.50 here, but there are a lot of other conditions which you will need to bear in mind. Firstly, there is a fee for every claim of £2.50 (there’s a coincidence). The three day pending period also means that you are unlikely to see your money actually reach your own account within a week of your claim. Plus there are maximum limits of £3,000 per week and £6,000 per month. Progressive jackpot wins are exempt from these restrictions however, with most paid out in full on request. Full details will be found at the T&Cs here.

Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on this casino. You can contact the Customer Services team via e-mail or live chat.

Bright Star Casino is licenced by the Malta Gaming Authority, so you can be reassured that it is also fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. This means that this casino can be considered safe to play for players based within the United Kingdom.