777 Casino in a nutshell
777 Casino (not to be confused with Casino 777) is the latest casino brand creadt by Cassava Enterprises, who operate out of the tiny territory of Gibraltar. Cassava Enterprises are responsible for a number of other casinos, their most famous brand being 888, which is one of the internet’s biggest gambling portals – a casino, sports book and highly-frequented poker room.
What’s the look and feel of 777 Casino?
As mentioned previously, Cassava Enterprises usually sticks to a very firm design template when it comes to their brands, but here they have tried something a little different – just as they have with their first deposit bonus! The actual landing page is huge, and you need to get through a great deal of scrolling before you get through it all.
One thing we didn’t like though – “Best online casino of the year 2015 iGaming intelligence” is plastered right on top of the landing page. Not bad for a new casino, you might think, except that the award was for 888, and it was “Casino operator of the year”. A bit naughty, we think.
777 has a vintage Americana theme and the site’s design is faithful to the style. Navigation is straightforward and celebrates the Route 66 motif.
The terms and conditions were a little harder to track down than we would like. 777 Casino players would benefit from easier access to this important page.
What games are available at 777 Casino?
No casino is worth diddly-squat without a decent selection of games, so let’s see what 777 Casino is worth.
Slots-wise, 777 Casino has done the clever thing and signed up with NetEnt. However, only a small number of NetEnt’s games seem available – we counted Twin Spin, Jack & the Beanstalk, Gonzo’s Quest and a couple of others, but certainly not NetEnt’s full range. There are a number of jackpots slots too, but mostly from Cassava’s own development company. There are under forty slots to play in total.
Table games are similarly sparse – two versions of blackjack, one version of baccarat and ‘Triple Card Poker’.
Roulette is better at nine games, but that, basically, is your lot! No video poker, craps, sic bo, scratch cards …
The Live casino at 777 Casino has roulette, blackjack, ‘3 Card Poker’, baccarat and casino hold’em, making it one of the best out there.
Most of the software is provided by Cassava Enterprises themselves, but there are also contributions from NetEnt, NextGen Gaming and Barcrest.
There is no live support here, which is another no-no in our book. There are telephone numbers to ring, with the promise that you’ll be responded to within twenty-four hours. That is not very inspiring either.
The live casino games are mentioned above. The site does work on mobile, but it’s a little overwhelming on a smart phone.
Can I play at 777 Casino on mobile?
Fully mobile compatible, 777 Casino has translated its site nicely to the navigation and display requirements of mobile devices.
Does 777 Casino have a VIP Programme or Loyalty Scheme?
Players can earn rewards through the tiered loyalty/VIP scheme. These include access to special bonuses and tournaments as well as tickets to amazing music, sporting and theatre events.
What are the pros & cons of 777 Casino?
777 Casino offers a varied and exciting selection of gambling activities but sports betting is not one of them. This is a casino through and through, and players who are after those kinds of games will certianly feel right at home.
We do feel that 777 Casino could do a little better when it comes to its layout – it’s important that players can easily finds things like the terms and conditions page.
- Crystal-clear details about cashier options
- Big library of jackpot games, i.e. Millionaire Genie
- Classy site design that's easy on the eye
- Live casino with Casino Hold'em and Brag
- Exclusive 200% up to £400 bonus
- Details about the welcome bonus may confuse some people
- No live support
- More slots and table games needed
The final verdict
We’re going to have to give 777 Casino a slight ‘benefit of the doubt’ here and assume it is a work in progress.
We like the design, and the clarity and availability of the cashier information. There’s a big array of jackpot games, but a paucity of slots and table games. The welcome bonus is chunky and generous – just bare in mind the cashout limits.
It’s a shiny new casino well worth trying – just for the jackpot games and live casino alone – but it’s some way off 10 10 10.