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Royal House Casino in a nutshell

Royal House Casino is a very regal looking online casino that’s run by ProgressPlay Limited of Malta. It’s one of an ever-growing list of casinos powered by ProgressPlay. Some names on the list you may be familiar with are Hippozino Casino, Power Slots Casino and Glimmer Casino. All ProgressPlay casinos run via licences issued by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission.

It seems that the people behind Royal House Casino are hoping to attract casino players who have cash to burn. If you find yourself on their landing page you’ll see a very well-to-do couple in a dinner jacket and a little black dress. The chap seems very excited by the roulette wheel in front of him. The lady seems more excited by the chap.

So, will you receive a royal welcome at Royal House Casino, or will it royally disappoint? Keep on reading and you’re bound to find out …

What’s the look and feel of Royal House Casino?

A while ago ALL online casinos seemed to look exactly how Royal House Casino looks – an all black background with shimmering icons, images of people in their best clobber and the standard online casino menu and icons set-up. Whether Royal House Casino should be applauded for taking a step back into the past is up to your personal preferences, of course.

What does work well though is the menu system which has a number of advanced filters aimed at helping you find the titles that you really want.

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What games are available at Royal House Casino?

Slots lead the way at Royal House Casino and there are nearly three hundred of them. This is due to a high number of providers and some very good ones too – names such as NetEnt, Microgaming and NextGen Gaming. Check out the best titles such as Thunderstruck, Jimi Hendrix and Robyn – you won’t be disappointed.

If you prefer table games then there’s no need to panic as you’ll be well-served here. You’ll find all kinds of pastimes to indulge yourself in from baccarat to video poker, and blackjack to ‘Odd One In’. There’s a dozen scratch cards too, and for live casino fans there’s live roulette, baccarat and blackjack.


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    Video Poker
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  • Scratchcards
  • Roulette
  • Blackjack
  • Baccarat

Software here is provided by a massive number of companies: 1X2 Gaming, 2By2 Gaming, Chance Interactive, Big Time Gaming, Cryptologic, ELK, Genesis Gaming, Leander Games, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, Quickspin, Rabcat, Thunderkick, Wagermill, iGaming2go and Lightning Box. That’s quite an impressive line up!

Live support is available, but not 24/7.

The site has a very regal-looking mobile version.

What promotions are available at Royal House Casino?

The welcome bonus here is of a suitable size – £/$/€1,000 and you get twenty-five free spins on top. That’s a bonus that’s fit for a prince, but do the bonus terms and conditions contain king-size wagering expectations? Let’s find out …

That grand is actually split over your first three deposits here, as follows:

  • 100% matched bonus up to £/$/€200 + 25 free spins
  • 30% matched bonus up to £/$/€300
  • 50% matched bonus up to £/$/€500

You can never withdraw your bonus cash, but you can withdraw any winnings once you’ve wagered the deposit bonus amount fifty times. You can meet wagering requirements by using any game that’s available at the site, but only five percent of bets placed on video poker and ten percent of bets placed on baccarat, blackjack, roulette or casino poker count towards your play-through expectations.

Some jurisdictions face double the wagering requirements. If you want to be sure of your wagering expectations, then you’ll need to email the casino.

Royal House Casino offers a number of other promotions once you’ve cleared all your deposit bonuses. These include a ‘Game of the Day’, a day when cashback is available, and all kinds of special offers.

It would be pretty strange if Royal House Casino did not offer a VIP scheme, so you won’t be shocked to discover that it does. This scheme is split over five tiers, from bronze to diamond. You move up the tiers by earning VIP points (one VIP point for every £/$/€16 wagered), and once you’ve amassed ten thousand points you reach the top of the scheme – diamond. Diamond level VIPs receive VIP customer support, birthday gifts, a personal account manager and an anniversary bonus.

Royal House Casino has a tidy number of banking methods. These include Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill, iDeal and Paysafecard. You can also pay using your mobile phone bill, depositing between £10 and £30, but only once per day. The minimum accepted deposit is £/€/$10 and the maximum is between £/€/$700 and £/€/$9,000, depending on your chosen payment method. All deposits are processed instantly and there are no fees.

You can withdraw to Visa, Neteller, Skrill, iDeal or Paysafecard. You can also request a bank transfer or cheque. The minimum accepted deposit is £/€/$20 (£/€/$30 cheque, £/€/$50 bank transfer) and the maximum can be anything from £/€/$1,500 to £/€/$9,000 per withdrawal. You are limited to withdrawals totalling £/€/$6,000 per month anyway.

Withdrawals take one business day to process, after which they should be in your account instantly (eWallets) or three to five days (credit and debit cards).

The final verdict

Despite the retro look, we have to conclude that the Royal House Casino is the proper place for any online gambling king to spend his time, and his casino chips. We are particularly impressed with that line up of casino software providers, and the swift withdrawal times.

There’s not a lot to be grumpy about here. It seems we have here a prince among online casinos, and long may it reign!