BoyleSports Casino is a combined sportsbook, slots, lotto, and poker site which also offers bingo via Boyle Bingo. This very varied site has a laid-back style and a mixture of popular developers, so it should be a good place for a spin. Let’s go in and find out.
The design of BoyleSports Casino reflects sports more than casino gaming, not uncommon on sites which offer both sports and slots. This is fair, given that this site stems from a real-world chain of bookmakers. Despite this bias, the top navigation area clearly separates the different site areas and it’s actually very easy to explore. The only confusing aspect of this site, which is not unique to BoyleSports, is the splitting of the slots into games, casino and Vegas. This will leave you searching around a bit to find the games you want. The account area uses a pop-up but isn’t too complicated.
The design is pretty neutral, reflecting the sportsbook style, but the casino area does have a bright, red background with a spotlight image. The art from slots is used for promotions. In short, the site design won’t wow anyone, but it’s easy to use.
You can click the help button on the top of the site to get a quick support link, on a pop-up. This will give you shortcuts to different FAQs and to the team themselves. It’s a neat idea for sorting out common issues, or you can look on the site’s bottom strip to find a link to a full Zendesk help area, with common questions.
BoyleSports Casino can be reached by Twitter, phone, email, chat and even support tickets, which is a very good range of methods. They allow users to decide what needs to be instant and what does not, to speed things up for everyone.
The main welcome bonus at BoyleSports Casino is split into three offers. The first is a deposit match of 100% up to £100, the second is 50% up to £100 and the third is 100% up to £100. The minimum for all of these is £20. If you claim all three, you get 50 free spins, so that’s quite tempting. The wagering requirement is 20x the bonus and deposit. The free spins only have a 1x requirement.
Depending on which part of the site you’re on- casino, games, etc- you may get slightly different offers, so scout around. The site has both regular offers and big prizes, but not that many. At the time of writing, BoyleSports offered a Mayday celebration leaderboard, with 10k in prizes for the top spenders across the site. On Tuesdays, watch out for random cash drops into player accounts. Every Friday, selected players receive free spins in a ‘slottery’.
The games may be tricky to find, with the split between different site areas, but each one has a consistent layout. There’s a set of sub-options on the navigation bar with game styles like ‘slots’ and ‘roulette’, then a very handy search box.
The games load quite fast, in a pop-up window. This has no special overlay or background, though some slots have basic links for cashier and settings. Just your standard interface.
BoyleSports has mobile casino apps for both iOS and Android devices, on top of a good mobile site. It’s nice to see apps for both platforms, plus they have very good reviews. You can find out more about them on the main site, and they appear much like the mobile page.
The mobile site is very easy to use. The main layout is much like the desktop site and perhaps even better in places, as the menus are larger, for touch screen purposes. The slots have full mobile controls and the entire game selection appears to be available.
Fairness is guaranteed at BoyleSports by the IBAS independent adjudication service, allowing all customers an impartial mediator in disputes. The site is also fully licensed and regulated, by the UK Gambling Commission and Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner.
The payment area is covered by SSL encryption. This site also has a responsible gaming area with some very solid problem gambling advice.
In the Vegas section, this site offers a mixture of games from Microgaming, Nyx, Elk Studios, Barcrest and more. Justice League stands out as a top choice, especially for fans of the movie characters. Heading to the games area, you have more big names like NetEnt, with Hansel and Gretel and Starburst. You may like the look of Realistic titles too, like the quirky Super Graphics Upside Down.
The Casino area has Playtech slots and table games. Not only does this include some huge jackpot titles like Age of the Gods, but most of the site’s roulette, blackjack and similar offerings. Penny Roulette is great when funds are low. Finally, this area also has several live dealer games. Add in bingo, poker, lotto and sports sections and suddenly BoyleSports has a lot to offer!
The cashier appears on a pop-up window, with a slightly ugly form, but it’s easy enough to use. Withdrawals take around 3-5 working days after a 24-hour processing period. There are no fees.
The site accepts payments from Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Solo and Switch, PayPal, Boku mobile payments, Skrill, Neteller, PaySafeCard and cheque! A really solid mixture, there.
Though BoyleSports does offer a loyalty system, there is little information about this on the site. The system is called BoyleExtra and works in tandem with real-world betting shops, to offer monthly prizes, free bet draws and more. The system sounds good, but the main site lacks a true loyalty scheme.
BoyleSports is a very good site, with just a few drawbacks. It’s clear once you arrive that the design of the site is aimed at traditional sportsbook fans, so don’t expect flashy casino characters and original artwork. The loyalty system also favours this kind of play. However, the site is also very well made and has excellent support. Casino players still get to enjoy a huge selection of games, some of which are not often seen together, like Playtech and NetEnt. The site also has great mobile options and some fun promotions.