Thrills casino have arguably been the most exciting online casino to have hit the market in some time. They’ve only been about since 2016, but in a very short period of time have managed to make not only a good-looking casino, but also a functional one.
This review will take a look at where they have excelled whilst also trying to highlight areas that they can improve on in the coming months and even years.
Software And Platform
Thrills have teamed up with several software providers including Microgaming, NetEnt, Playtech, NextGen Gaming, Play ‘N’ Go, Betsoft and Ash Gaming. This allows them to provide a really strong range of games across the board, although we did see a really strong bias towards Microgaming games, which is to be expected, as these guys are one of the biggest and best in the industry.
You’re going to be able to tap into the software via the online site and then paly games through your browser. Initially it was rumoured that Thrills were bringing out a download version of the casino, although these plans seem to have been quashed. You’re also going to be able to access the casino via your smartphone, although again no dedicated downloadable app is on offer and you will simply need to visit the casino in your browser to get things started on mobile. It’s also worth noting that not all games can be accessed on your mobile, but the range is still pretty strong and we estimate around 50% of total coverage is live.
The table game coverage is one of the best we have come across, with over 60 titles on offer. Blackjack and Roulette make up a good chunk of the games, but overall the range is pretty diverse. It’s great for players looking to play video poker games as well, with over 20 titles on offer for this section of the casino.
The range of slots is great, in fact, it’s really great! You are going to be able to choose from over 600 slots ranging from classics to video slots. It’s very clear that straight from the off Thrills are taping into the plethora of casino software producers and literally bringing in as many titles as possible. Whilst there is no way that you will ever need this many, in terms f quantity, they really can’t be beaten. A few stand out games for us were that of Warlords, Dead or Alive, Immortal Romance, Zombies and Twin Spins.
As you would expect, Thrills have a really good range of progressive jackpot games, with 27 games in total. They include some of the best in business, with the likes of Halls of Gods, Mega fortune and Mega Moolah all on offer, with each having well in excess of £1million in jackpot money at the time of writing.
About Thrills Casino
Thrills may seem like a young brand, only being established in 2016, but actually the name behind Thrills is that of Betit Operations Limited. This may not mean anything to most of you, but Betit are actually one of the fastest growing casino software providers in the industry. Other brands that the company have developed are that of Super Lenny and Kaboo.
The company strives to bring fun, fashionable and well throughout casinos to the industry and this is exactly what Thrills is. Betit have a wealth of knowledge from the Scandinavian gambling sector, but with both Thrills and Super Lenny it has allowed them to expand into European and even further afield markets.
Betit and Thrills are based out of Malta and they have a super laid-back attitude to work. Just seeing pictures of the working environment from their offices makes you want to be a part of their progression and we cant help but think that Thrills and other Betit brands are going to prosper as a result. The company is regulated and licensed by the Gambling Commission of Great Britain.