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How do we perform our online casino reviews?
For every single online casino review we like to track down as much general information as we can so you have an easy to use overview. For the online casino bonuses we will find out if they are cashable or sticky bonuses as well as listing the wagering requirements required before being able to cash out.
For deciding on the casino ratings we need to test the casinos out fully as well. We will register with the casino, feel our way around the interface and check the terms and conditions and see if everything is clearly laid out or whether sneaky terms are hidden away in the small print. We will also test out the customer support (live chat where possible, also via email and phone) and then we will make a small deposit to test out the banking and bonuses.
We will then test out the slots and games on offer to see if the interface works properly and check for any bugs or lags. Then we will play through our deposit wagering and should we go bankrupt we will make a another small deposit without taking any bonus, play through the deposit 1x so we are able to cash out and test the whole withdrawal process, how tricky the casino makes it, how much they try and trick customers into reversing withdrawal and how much they mess around the verification process.
This manual testing along with the various options and the range of products on offer all add up to the various ratings we award casinos. Of course we do also take into account the general reputation of the casinos, the complaints (or not) against them and how hard they are trying (some casinos are constantly striving to improve and if a small casino is showing they are doing everything in their power despite a small budget, we will look more favourably towards them as opposed to a big name brand who is cutting back on certain aspects and reducing the customer experience). A casino should always be looking to improve the experiences of their players and striving to be the best of the best. A casino going backwards is a very bad sign and a warning sign that they might completely shaft their players and affiliates in the future.