Rizk is one of a number of exciting new casinos that have recently sprung onto the scene in 2016. The site comes with a unique and modern design, represented by their mascot Captain Rizk who is a mix between Captain America and Superman. The sites fresh outlook doesn’t just stop at the design stage though and they clearly state throughout the site that they offer ‘Real rewards’ and a ‘No bullshit’ approach to their casino.
Whilst the site is till in its infancy compared to most, we will be looking to see exactly how they have managed to make such an immediate impact on the industry and if their talk can be backed up actions within the casino.
Software And Platform
Rizk has compiled it casino using a number of software providers that include Microgaming, NetEnt, Next Gen Gaming and Thunderkick, to name but a few. This then means that the casino can be accessed via their instant play browser based option, making it usable on all desktop and laptop devices. On top of that you will also be able to play games on the mobile version of the casino, although the number of games that are on offer are reduced to that of online.
The casino itself comes with a couple of features that we thought were worth mentioning. The first is the search bar which sounds simple, but it allows you to quickly find your game of choice without having to scroll through dozens of pages worth of games. Next up we liked the fact that each game came with its own synopsis of what you could expect to see from each. It also allows you to play the games for free without having to invest money, which is ideal for players who are new to the game or simply new to online casinos in general.
The casino includes hundreds of games to choose from across a plethora of genres. Whilst the range is excellent, it’s the depth that really caught our eye with dozens of different themes and a good range of table games to choose from. You will be able to see which games have recently been added as well and from our research it appears that new games are added almost every week, which keeps everything feeling fresh.
The slots section is where the bulk of the action comes in to play and it’s here where the majority of games will be found. What’s great about Rizk is that you are able to sort slots into theme categories so you can quickly jump to games, which are going to take your fancy. For example, if you like action games then there is a section for that; if you like horror games then there is a section for that, and so on.
A few of the standout slots for us included Family guy, Transformers, Golden Hen, Starburst and the all-new Motorhead game.
The table games on offer is definitely the weakest section in the casino and whilst it’s not all bad, you do only get about a dozen or so to play throughout, which is way down on some of their competitors. These included the likes of Roulette, Blackjack, Red Dog and Super Wheel. They do include a decent Video poker section as well, which included Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, All American Poker and Tens or Better.
There are 21 jackpot games in total, which is going to be one of the best coverage’s you will find. The games are taken from a number of different networks and all jackpots will run through these networks, rather than just going through the Rizk site. This means that the jackpots on offer are much higher than they would normally be, especially with the inclusion of Mega Moolah, Mega fortune and Hall of Gods, three of the biggest paying jackpot games that the industry has seen.
About Rizk Casino
As Rizk were only established in 2016, the company don’t have an awful lot to write about in terms of history. But, one thing that we do know is that they are definitely one of the more exciting brands of the ‘new blood’ that have recently taken up residency within the casino industry.
The company are actually owned by MT SecureTrade Limited who now have 9 casinos based around the world. Some of their bigger titles include Cashimo Casino, Dunder Casino and Guts Casino, with each seeing lots of early success within the industry. The company are currently based out of Malta and hold licenses with both the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission.