There is not much in the way of a theme to this understated casino. A tiny logo and some distinctive gold lettering is all there is to distinguish this sleek black design from its Progress Play stable mates.
As with many mobile compatible casinos, the emphasis here is most definitely on the slots. All the major gaming software providers are here, so you won’t be short of choice. Today’s favourites are all present and correct amongst the hundreds of titles on offer, along with a good few old classics too. New titles are regularly added, so there is always something interesting to try if you are looking for a different challenge.
On the casino side, there are around thirty different table games for you to play. Baccarat, Blackjack, Poker and Roulette are all provided here in many alternative standard video formats. There are also plenty of live dealer games, with over a dozen available for those who are looking for maximum realism, even on your mobile. Here is also an additional category of casual games, where you can find Bingo, Keno and some scratch cards, amongst other alternative choices.
Payment options are extensive too. All the usual methods are available, like Visa and MasterCard, Neteller and Skrill, plus the pre-payment Paysafecard. Newer alternatives such as Trustly and Pay by Phone are among the others on offer. All deposit methods are fee free, other than Pay by Phone, for which there is a charge for payments. The minimum deposit amount can vary according to the payment method chosen, but will usually be £10 for most players.
Withdrawals can start from £20 for most payment methods. There are also maximum cash out limits of £3,000 per week and £6,000 per month. VIP players may be excluded from these restrictions at the operator’s discretion. Your claimed funds should arrive safely in your own account within seven days. The details on withdrawals can be found in the T&Cs here.
Support is available round the clock here. You can contact the Customer Services team via e-mail or live chat any day, any time. There is also a comprehensive FAQ area, which may be able to answer any basic queries.
Goldman Casino is licenced on the Mediterranean island of Malta. This means that it is fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, so it can be considered safe to play for United Kingdom based players.
In the end there is plenty to recommend here. You get the usual high standard of design and phone friendliness, loads of great games to play and some decent payment options. But on the other hand there is little here to make this casino stand out from any of its sister sites in the Progress Play family. So although the distinctiveness is lacking, the overall standards remain high at Goldman Casino.