New Slot Casinos

In the world of online gaming, there are certain brands that reign supreme, and others that are seen as nothing more than gap fillers. Anyone who frequents online casino sites, as well as trying out many slot machines, will know that labels such as NetEnt and Microgaming tend to show up a lot. But are they the most popular brands? The jury’s out on that one, mainly because although they’re big names, much like Quickspin, their titles don’t capture us quite as passionately as activities from the likes of Yggdrasil or Thunderkick, two of the more contemporary labels. All of these companies, and many others, keep trying to create more unique and quirky environments and games in which we can play, with our upcoming reviews to show you some of the best and newest this industry has to offer. We want you to see these games, know these slot casinos, to ensure that you’re always entertained.

Slots Devil

Created and owned by Nektan, this 2017 launched casino is one that not only provides you with a place to game, but is also a haven for slot machine lovers. Sporting a cheeky doodled devil as its logo, it has a childlike charm, in which the atmosphere is all about fun. This fun comes from the list of games, rather than an elaborate aesthetic, with Nektan having chosen a plain red and black colour palette. As for the software, the main reason for our review, it comes from all over, showcasing titles from Lightning Box, NextGen Gaming, Elk Studios, and so many others. What is more, all of these activities are neatly licensed under the governing body of the UK Gambling Commission, alongside a license from the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority.

Moving on from the safety and legality of the site now, we look at the promotions and other services which Slots Devil provides. Seeing as how this is Nektan operated, the promotions are the same as what you’ll get from there other sites, as too is the customer support. This support comes in the form of email, contact number, and live chat – the three main ports of call we like to see.

Arcade Spins

Moving onto Arcade Spins now, we have an 80s themed slot machine extagranaza that started out in 2016 by Cassava Enterprises. Busy with imagery, and titles, it impacts greatly on the senses, bombarding you with neon stylings and pokies galore; a stark contrast to Slots Devil. Another contrasting element is that there’s less brands to engage with, with the list being kept to no more than five brands, including Eyecon, NetEnt, and IGT. Even though the collection of different providers is smaller, the fact that they’re all well known ensures the quality of this site is maintained. In regards to the laws that command this casino, and its games, they come from the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority, and the UK Gambling Commission.

Housed inside those licenses, you have a small array of promotions, though they’re not detailed until you sign in. Furthermore, you need to join if you’re successfully access the customer services, which include a FAQs, as well as telephone and email. As you can see, the options are slightly more limited with Arcade Spins.

Spins Royale

From 2017 to 2016 and then back to the present again, this time in the form of another Nektan operated site, titled Spins Royale. As the name hints, this is a domain that is all about slot machines, from NetEnt, Blueprint, and Aristocrat. When compared with its sister site, Slots Devil, the design is much sleeker here, with the layout more user friendly as well. It feels more polished. Given that this is owned by Nektan too, you’ll likely have suspected that the licenses are the same, coming from the UK Gambling Commission and the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority.

In regards to support, you have the same vagueness in reference to opening hours, with the support only listing the options available, not the times they operate. Should you need help you can call on email, contact number, or the live chat, as well as a standard help page. Given how easy to use the site is, with its promotions for new and old players among the easier to activate, we don’t think you’ll need support all that often.

Sloty Casino

We have another new casino for you now, only this time it was released in 2017 rather than 2016, with Genesis Global behind the website. Showcasing a light, airy blue aesthetic, with fluffy white clouds and an restricted interface, Sloty Casino looks very open and spacey. Furthermore, it doesn’t look like a new site, but rather one that’s been around for several years, with the licenses from the MGA and UK Gambling Commission supporting that. These licenses not only protect you, but they ensure that all the pokies you play, from the likes of Evolution Gaming and NetEnt, are fair. Therefore allowing you to play the games with greater peace of mind.

To keep this polished off site going, the support mirrors their dedication, with two contact numbers offered, alongside three different email options, a live chat, and then, finally, a FAQs page. Basically, Sloty Casino has covered every single point of contact. Much like the promotions, which are organised in such a way that you know which are for newbies and which are for returning players.

Slots Kingdom Casino

You can gain the keys to the kingdom when you play with this Jumpman Gaming owned casino, titled Slots Kingdom. Created for 2017, it’s another newcomer that has already made waves within the industry, having been seen as a hotspot for slot machine fans. Utilising a regal purple and blue aesthetic, it’s contemporary without being too overwhelming. This fun loving site is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, to ensure that all services are adhering to regulations. This means that when you scan the titles, in which you see IGT and Microgaming, you’re able to play with ease, not concerned with any breaches are safety or lack of fairness.

In a similar move to Nektan, Jumpman reuse the same promotions, and so while the list is considerable, you may have seen them before. The same too can be said of their support, which tends to remain generic as well; offering a WhatsApp, email address, and contact number, as well as their Facebook account. Although the same across all their sites, their modern approach is a huge positive for the brand.

Spinland Casino

We finish up now with another new website, coming from the Imperium Network Solutions Limited, a label you may be familiar with. Their 2017 launched site has the same sort of boldness that the others we’ve covered have, only here it sports a crisp blue and white finish. Inside of this aesthetic, you have an array of games, coming from the likes of Quickspin, NYX, and Evolution Gaming, with them offering slots as well as a few other casino options. These are then, of course, licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, and Curacao.

As a player, you’ll be able to access a compact collection of promotions, with what’s on offer paling in comparison to the other casinos listed. Fortunately though, while the bonuses are lacking, Spinland’s support isn’t, with customers able to email and live chat with the team 24/7. True, their options are limiting, but at least the ones given are around the clock; it gives Spinland a standout customer service ethic that many older platforms could learn from.