Temple Slots launched in the summer of 2018, and it’s owned by the same company that operates Prospect Hall, Betable Ltd. The site invites players to “explore a world of slot game entertainment” while discovering “bonuses, promotions and special offers at every turn”. It also boasts convenient payment methods, speedy withdrawals, and fantastic customer service, and adds new slots and table games to its lobby on a regular basis.
But, how likely are you to become a worshipper of Temple Slots?
Temple Slots has a distinctive Aztec theme, and the casino’s logo which sits at the top-left of the homepage features a miniature stone temple.
The site uses a deep green colour which gives it a unisex appearance, and the font is a vivid orange. All in all, it’s both distinctive and memorable.
A rotating banner sits in the middle of the jungle background, and it shows you various highlights such as the welcome package and VIP scheme.
The lobby is completely accessible from the homepage, which is great, and you can view the available choices by game type as well as “top picks”.
The main menu is nice and concise, and it lets you read about Temple Slots, as well as visit the Promotions and VIP pages.
You can log in or sign up via the two buttons at the top-right, and if you need any assistance, simply click the “Support” icon at the bottom-right of your screen.
You can contact the customer support team via live chat (between 8 AM and 10 PM GMT), online contact form or email. Sadly, there’s no telephone support as yet.
There’s a useful FAQ page too, which is broken down into sections that cover payments, creating an account, playing safely, and bonuses and promotions.
Temple Slots claims to “have the best promotions”, and while we wouldn’t go quite that far, we’re happy to say that there’s a good mix of easy-to-understand special offers, each of which has clear terms and conditions.
They include a three-part welcome package, the only downside of which is the hefty wagering requirement that means you must play through both your deposit and bonus fifty times before you can convert any bonus winnings into cash.
You can claim 100% up to £50 plus fifty free spins on Gonzo’s Quest with your first deposit of at least £10 followed by a 50% bonus of up to £100 plus twenty-five free spins on Finn and the Swirly Spin with your second deposit of £10 or more. To qualify for the third deposit offer of seventy-five free spins on either Aloha Cluster Pays or Starburst, you must deposit a minimum of £20.
The other promotions include weekly match bonuses and games bonuses.
Temple Slots runs on proprietary software from Betable, and it makes finding your favourite kinds of games a breeze. There are categories which run across the top of the lobby and a search box that makes it possible to search for specific games.
The speed at which the games and pages load seems very fast, and whichever game you choose to play, you get a re-sizeable window to play it in that features links to the cashier, your account, and the customer support team.
Unlike its sister site, Prospect Hall, Temple Slots doesn’t have any mobile apps. However, this isn’t a problem as you can still access your favourite games through the casino’s mobile-optimised website.
The mobile site is impressive, and lets you enjoy a wealth of different games, as well as make withdrawals and deposits and changes to your account.
Temple Slots is regulated and licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. Financial transactions are processed via Worldpay, and the site carries a current SSL certificate.
The responsible gaming pages show that the operator cares about the wellness of its players, and as well as giving you the option to self-exclude, the casino lets you set personal deposit limits.
Temple Slots has a nicely varied selection of casino games and slots, including many that are by IGT, Microgaming, and NetEnt.
There are popular slots such as Gonzo’s Quest, Legacy of Egypt, and Jumanji, as well as some classic slots, but sadly, there don’t appear to be any progressive jackpot slot games on offer. However, the casino does give you the option to enjoy some exclusive Betable games.
There is a sufficient number of blackjack and roulette variants to keep most players happy, plus seven video poker variants.
The lobby is also home to NetEnt’s Live Casino where you can enjoy playing roulette, blackjack, baccarat and more at live dealer tables.
The casino accepts Paypal, Worldpay, Visa, and MasterCard only. So, we’d like to see the options extended to include more e-wallets and pre-paid cards. Withdrawals take between three to five working days, which is fairly average.
Temple Slots uses the same Betable VIP system as Prospect Hall Casino, and entry can only be gained upon an invitation from the VIP team.
The programme offers a broad range of rewards and benefits such as birthday and Christmas bonuses, faster withdrawals, event packages, dedicated VIP account managers, hospitality events, and surprise bonuses.
The casino makes a point of stating that VIP membership isn’t solely based on the amount that you wager at the site. Loyalty and the amount of time that you spend playing at Temple Slots are also taken into consideration, which is good.
Although we’d like to see a few improvements made such as more banking methods and lower wagering requirements, Temple Slots has a lot to crow about. It’s got an excellent variety of games including some Betable exclusives, and the VIP benefits are very appealing.