Quackpot Casino has a shiny, glamorous style which may not seem to match the name, but it is bright and fun. This is a Cozy Games site, with similar offers and games to Mambo Slots, starting with plenty of free spins to grab. But would you be quackers to play here?
Quackpot Casino uses a huge image of a glittery roulette wheel for a main graphic. This looks very nice and high-res, but it doesn’t really say ‘quackpot’ – where are the ducks? Even the promotions lack any ducks. Still, the colours used, from deep blue to bright pink, do seem to capture the zany feel of the name.
The site layout is simple enough to follow, with your account area sitting at the top right, as standard. This includes a balance counter and message system to inform you of offers. On the other side of the header, there’s an expanding menu and quick buttons for slots, casino and instant games. Most items are one or two clicks away, making this layout a success.
The contacts page offers an email form, live chat software, phone and a ticket system. These methods should be more than sufficient. Tickets are good for non-urgent problems, which in turn increases response time on live chat and phone. The team are very welcoming and available 24/7.
For general questions, there is an FAQ listed on the site footer, which is arranged by categories and has a lot of useful, detailed information.
There are three deposit bonuses at Quackpot Casino, which should prove interesting to new and old casino fans. Your first deposit gets a 100% bonus up to £200, with 25 free spins. This is fairly straightforward, and the spins are still a welcome addition. The second and third deposits made can be matched by 100%, with an extra 35 free spins between the two. There’s just no shortage of bonus cash, but watch out for the 40x wagering requirement on winnings.
The site also offers regular reload bonuses, weekly slot rewards and friend referral bonuses.
The games are shown on clear tiles here, with a large space. You can favourite any title and see which have the most votes for popularity. There could be more categories for narrowing things down, but there is a useful search box and a sorting button.
The games appear in a pop-up window, so the presentation here could be stronger. You can make this larger but it lacks any special background or overlay. However, there are quick cashier and sound links on the games.
Quackpot Casino has a useful mobile guide page which will tell new players what they offer. There are no site apps, but most devices will be able to open the mobile version of the site, through a browser.
The game selection is largely intact for the mobile site, which retains the design scheme of the desktop site. With a little condensing, it works well on a small screen without looking like a different site. The games have mobile touch screen controls and should give some fun on the go for most players.
Quackpot Casino is licensed and regulated by the Isle of Man Gambling Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. The site also has a good responsible gaming area, with controls to help you limit your spending.
This site and your data is protected by SSL encryption. Security is provided by Comodo and Trustwave, plus the RNG is tested by the independent iTech Labs.
There’s a modest selection at Quackpot Casino, with most of the slots coming from the in-house Cozy games team. These include some popular titles like Shaman’s Luck and Honey Bees. Some players won’t have seen them before, so that’s a plus point, but they aren’t the highest quality games out there. Fortunately, there’s also Atari’s Asteroids and Black Window, plus Microgaming slots like Avalon (but not their full range). Eyecon’s Fluffy Favourites is another popular game, but more variety would be ideal.
The casino area has just 16 games, but it does cover roulette, blackjack, several pokers and some unusual titles like Keno, Slam Funk and Rio Bingo. Not the best table game setup, but fun. There are sadly no live dealer games.
There is a straightforward cashier system at Quackpot Casino, with quick buttons for choosing an amount and bonus, then method. Withdrawals are quick too and will take the usual 3-5 working days to arrive.
This site accepts a great range of payment methods; MasterCard and Visa cards, Neteller, PayPal, PaySafeCard, Ukash and Boku mobile payments. This neatly covers the majority of players and while Skrill is missing, PayPal is probably the more important of the two.
Quackpot Casino has a standard loyalty system, offering points as players spend money. However, there is no mention of special rewards or VIP treatment. These may be offered invite-only.
Quackpot Casino doesn’t look like what you’re expecting from the name, but it is a nicely presented site. The layout is easy to use, on desktop and mobile, plus the welcome bonuses are excellent. This site will definitely attract new players, but the slots selection may not keep them hooked forever. A fun site and easy to use, suited to beginners.