GDay Casino has an Australian theme as you might well expect, from the artwork of the site to the language used. This site is managed by Imperium Network Solutions Limited and features a huge list of slot developers, so you’re guaranteed of some variety. Will you have a good day here?
The theme is fun at GDay Casino, with a yellow road sign for a logo, showing a kangaroo. The background is a sunset scene with kangaroos and there’s a city skyline silhouette too. A lot of the artwork here is made using the characters of the slots, plus the odd bit of kangaroo photography. What’s fun about this site is that the theme extends to the text; for example, they use ‘pokies’ instead of ‘slots’.
Navigating is very easy thanks to a simple strip at the top for site areas and a side bar for sub-categories. You have floating buttons for chat and Facebook links, plus a language selector with five options. Registration is very straightforward here.
You can find the support area easily from the main navigation bar, leading to some welcome text and contact information. The GDay Casino support team is available 24/7 and can be reached by email or live chat, but not by phone.
There are some quick FAQs on this page, but there isn’t a full FAQ area with details responses. On the plus side, the team are friendly and know their site well.
Update (09/11/17) - GDay Casino has updated its welcome package, and now offers an increased number of free spins on your first three deposits. With a minimum £20 per deposit, you can claim 100 spins on Starburst, 50 spins on Glow and 50 spins on Lights with your 1st, 2nd and 3rd deposits respectively.
GDay Casino hops to it with a three part, unlimited welcome bonus! Your first deposit can be matched by 100% with no upper limit, very generous indeed, though of course you have to wager this back; 35 times in this case. Your second deposit gets 25% up to £500 and third gets 50% up to £500. If you just want to look around, there’s 50 free spins for When Pigs Fly before depositing.
The other promotions here are interesting, but sadly they don’t have any special artwork despite the strong site theme. You can win £50 in a Facebook draw, get a casino bonus on various days of the week and grab special offers on weekends, which vary each time. The offers are good, but we were expecting something more unusual.
The site’s game section is easy enough to follow. You use the left-hand menu to select roulette, blackjack, 'pokies' and so on, then you can see them listed as tiles. You can sort games by popularity, recent additions, A-Z and even provider. The latter is handy since this site has a mighty 18 game providers!
Games have no overlay here, they just open in a plain window. It’s a shame to lose the extra features of an overlay but purists may prefer this no-frills approach.
GDay Casino barely mentions having a mobile option, but they do and you can reach the site through your browser on most modern phones and tablets. There are no apps here.
The mobile site is well made, essentially a stripped-down version of the main site. You have options on the left and games in the middle, which you can easily scroll through. The games have tap controls and the majority of the selection seems to be available, giving a pretty good range of mobile slots for UK players.
You can find details of GDay Casino’s license at the site footer. The site is regulated and licenced the UK Gambling Commission and by the Curacao regulatory authority. Security is very strong here, provided by the well-known GeoTrust brand, so your payment information is as safe as it’s going to get online.
There is a detailed responsible gaming section on this site, with full controls to limit spending.
GDay Casino has a massive game library, thanks to having 18 game providers. These include well-known brands like NetEnt, Microgaming, NYX, Quickspin, Blueprint and Games Warehouse. The mixture means that there are both movie tie-ins and advance video slots, plus the more casual, basic five reel slots. There are several jackpot games here, including Mega Moolah games.
You’ll also see some surprises like bingo, virtual sports and some video poker. The roulette and other table games come in several varieties (such as French Roulette and Double Ball), plus there are a handful of live dealer rooms by NetEnt. The slots are the stronger side of the site, although it lacks some originals when compared to the best slot sites, like LeoVegas Casino and Grosvenor Casino.
GDay Casino accepts payments via credit and debit card from MasterCard, Maestro and Visa. You can also use Neteller, Skrill, PaySafeCard, SEPA and Boku. A very good mixture there, though PayPal is absent sadly.
The deposit area is kept very simple, just a short series of boxes to fill in. You will be done in moments, even if it’s your first deposit. Withdrawals appear to take the standard 3-5 working days but information is a bit vague about this.
GDay Casino allows you to earn loyalty points as you play, then later redeem those for credit. You need at least 1,000 points to redeem, however, which is worth £5 in bonus cash. You can earn 500 points just for joining up and as you gain more, you rise through a loyalty tier system.
The five tiers range from bronze to platinum, but you need to keep earning points to maintain your level. Unfortunately, there’s no information about what the tiers mean or what’s so good about climbing them!
GDay Casino is a very fun site, despite a few areas that need improvement, such as the VIP programme and basic game display. This feels like a site that will improve with time anyway and the main things that matter- games and promotions- are already very good. The big mixture of providers is a huge plus point for this site. Hop along and see if you can grab a bonzer win!