Game Selection: 7/10
Bonus & Offers: 7.4/10
Support & Payments: 7/10
Legend has it that route 777 is the road to riches. While 777 casino cannot take stake to such a fabled claim, there are more than enough facts that work in their favour.
As part of 888 Holdings plc, this retro casino is powered by Evolution Gaming and is supported by countless payment methods that facilitate your wagers. Your choice of welcome offers and a levelled VIP programme only add to the excitement. Learn how these elements complement one another in our 777 casino review.
This casino was initially reviewed in August 2018.
777 Casino Quick Facts
|Selection||Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Poker, Other card games, Game show|
|Live casino promotions||Yes|
|Payment methods||Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Online bank transfer, Trustly, Skrill, PayPal, Neteller, WebMoney, MuchBetter.com, AstroPay Card, ecoPayz, iDebit, Instadebit, Diners Club card, Sofort, eps, todito cash, Qiwi, Yandex.Money, Instant Banking by Citadel, Boleto, Italian PrePaid Card (PostePay), Local Debit Cards, Nordea, Op-Pohjola, Transferencia Bancaria, Verkkopankki, Wire Transfer|
|Compatibility||Desktop, Tablet, Mobile|
|Mobile apps||Android, iOS|
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Offer valid daily for play on the 777 Live Casino Blackjack table only. The 21 with 7,7,7 Jackpot is not granted if 7s are split. Maximum cash granted per winning hand = £1,000. Jackpot cash prizes will be granted within 72 hrs. There are no wagering requirements on the cash prizes. 777 bonus policy terms & conditions apply.
Leading provider Evolution Gaming are the masters behind 777 live casino. Enter their lobby by clicking an icon of a croupier caricature and you’ll see your screen fill with over eighty of this supplier’s games. Regular roulette, blackjack, baccarat and other card game titles feature alongside this operator’s exclusive area for live dealer tables – the Elite Lounge. Here you’ll find Ruby Roulette, Opal Blackjack and Pearl Blackjack with minimum stakes between €10 and €25.
Something that stood out in the standard supplier lobby was the additional 888casino Clash tab. Its objective is simple – guess which hand (Red A or Blue B) will draw the higher card value and win. Red A and Blue B wins pay at 1:1 whilst a draw pays at 11:1, and you’ll find full game rules as usual behind the ? icon on the UI interface. If you try this unique variant and wind up enjoying it, there’s the option to save your favourites with three recommendations already preloaded.
The 777 welcome bonus varies depending on the location you happen to be playing from. Press the Play button to reveal what you’ll get in exchange for signing up or depositing, and rest easy knowing that it’s been selected to suit the common gambling habits of your region. After your introductory offer, a myriad of 777 casino promotions come to light. Aside from Daily Delights and Hot Promotions, there’s a section especially dedicated to live casino campaigns. These include long-running roulette and blackjack promos that play on the brand’s number 7. While the premise of these campaigns is simple, their specifics are well presented, with straightforward steps to follow.
Since 777 is part of the umbrella 888 brand, upon joining this operator you’ll automatically become a member of the exclusive 888 Casino Club. So aside from 777 casino bonuses, you’ll gain access to those from 888casino and 888games too. Awesome!
The 777 VIP programme forms part of the 888 VIP Casino Club (that includes the other two brands we just mentioned) and has its own website to explain it. Your first real money wager adds comp points to your account and begins your climb up three tiers – VIP, VIP Gold and VIP Platinum. Each one comes with increasingly better perks that correspond with your loyalty to the casino, including promotions, events (such as tickets to the Grand National and a stay at the Ice Hotel), rewards (as defined in the table) and their Loyalty Superstore where comp points can be redeemed for tech and luxury goods.
What’s especially nice about their scheme is how transparent it all is. You’re able to put a name to a face before becoming a member of this esteemed club as there’s an area that introduces you to each of the nine people in their VIP team. Direct contact details – phone (0800 2792 992), chat and email (email@example.com) – are also readily available. Although we’ve yet to experience this programme first hand, we certainly appreciate how upfront they are about what they’re offering and much prefer this approach to operators who beat around the bush with whether or not they have a loyalty scheme.
According to mythology, the number 777 represents being on the right path and this operator certainly enhances its imagery with that ideology. Load 777.com and you’ll see a desert highway outstretched in front of you, with the famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign off in the distance. Above this, there’s an advert for their current introductory bonus and a nav bar to the play, casino games, promotions, jackpots, banking and live casino sections.
The bright red Play button in the centre takes you to the sign-up page if you’re new. We joined in three simple steps with no more than six pieces of information required at each stage. So, what does the rest of it look like and how does it come together? We settled in with our HP laptop one evening and swiped into our OnePlus 3T on our morning commute to answer that question. Here’s what we found out.
Image source: 777.com, January 2019
Once you’re logged in to 777 online casino, the website adjusts to an iFrame (a smaller window within the main webpage). You’ll end up in their Lobby that features vintage icons for each category – live casino, card & table games, slots and so on – instead of the somewhat overwhelming grid that we’re used to. As players who know what we’re looking for, we much prefer this uncluttered approach, however a clearer view of what’s available could aid newer users. Beneath these icons, you’ll see the top games, recently played and a real-time stream of the latest winners. Back at the top, there’s access to my favourites and my account (including comp points, my history, etc.) sections, a look at your current balance and the Cashier. These parts open in new tabs that are well-laid out. All in all, it’s retro, neat and everything fits together perfectly.
777 mobile casino is so different in layout to its PC counterpart that you may almost mistake it for another site entirely, aside from the consistent colour scheme. The 777 logo appears to the top left while a hamburger menu sits at the far right (more on what’s behind this later). Underneath this you’ll see the conventional promotional banner with the games split by category that you can swipe through. On smartphone, live dealer tables are classified as Table Games which was less intuitive to find. We’d much prefer if they were consistently categorised. Text-heavy pages could do with a design overhaul too – perhaps through the use of sections that are collapsed and expand when clicked. Those two things are our only gripe.
OK, so we promise it’s the last mention of this, but the container design not only keeps everything tightly packed but enhances the functionality as well. Within the confines of such a modest gaming space, there’s no need to scroll up and down – everything’s right in front of you at all times. And if you’re after a truly immersive experience you have the option to enter fullscreen mode, mute all sound at the click of a button and turn our Definitive Winning Soundtrack up loud. How’s that for personalisation?
The mobile version of 777.com functions in a similar way to the computer version. It loads quite fast however we did notice that some capabilities were unfortunately missing. Some examples include the absence of a search bar which would be preferable over scrolling through a number of games to get to that single one you’d like to try. It was also more apparent that certain areas such as My Account and Comp Points are handled by the mother operator as the URL changed on our Chrome browser. Most users probably wouldn’t notice this, and our tech-savvy colleagues assured us that it makes no difference to your time there. We just thought we should mention it.
777 apps for Apple and Android are available but we had to look them up in the Play Store and App Store ourselves as they aren’t really promoted on site. As seems to be the trend, the Android app is basically a repackaged version of their mobile offering. This means it works well but it’s down to you on whether you’d like an extra app taking up valuable storage space on your smartphone.
This online operator’s payment process is refreshingly well-described. Nearly all the information you could possibly need related to this is tidily categorised in three headings – deposits, withdrawals and bonus policy – below their main Banking page. Since there are over thirty payment methods available, we thought it best not to overwhelm you with such a large table of information. Minimum deposits range between €10 and €20, minimum withdrawals start at €15 while the 777 casino withdrawal times vary according to your chosen payment method.
Back on site, you’ll find additional info such as what to do when your deposit hasn’t gone through and how their Member-to-Member Money Transfer feature works. Instead of regurgitating the obvious, we’d like to bring your attention to some exceptional parts. They’re upfront that credit card charges will appear as Cassava Enterprises (Gibraltar) Limited on your bank statement and they link to the UK Gambling Commission’s (more on them later) page on How gambling businesses protect your money. There’s a handy Quick Deposit feature on selected payment methods and an explanation on how to reverse your withdrawal should you wish to. When you’re ready to up your balance, simply go to the Cashier section and once there’s activity on your account, you’ll be able to view your deposit and withdrawal history too.
This operator’s help centre is found through the ? at the top right of the page on desktop once you’re logged in. There you’ll see their round-the-clock contact number as well as their email address which promises that queries will be dealt with within 24 hours. Unfortunately, there’s currently no 777 casino live chat available, and as we didn’t have any pressing queries at the time of review, we didn’t get in touch with them. Hopefully an instant chat function will be added to their contact methods soon.
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The integrity of an online casino is of utmost importance for the players themselves and as an industry requirement. 777’s operations in Great Britain and Europe are governed by the UK Gambling Commission and Gibraltar Regulatory Authority respectively. In short, these independent bodies license and regulate gambling businesses in their respective jurisdictions. As a subsidiary of one of the largest betting companies in the world, they’re open about other security and fairness criteria.
The website is secure with SSL encryption and anti-spyware, adware and malware measures. When you use your 777 casino login for the first time, you’re immediately informed via a pop-up that their payout percentages and RNG are reviewed by auditors eCOGRA, with a direct link to the operator’s certification.
The 777 responsible gaming page totals 2,000+ words so we’ve summed up the need-to-know facts here. Users can set suitable gambling limits via the Cashier tab, prompted by three questions that encourage players to set the appropriate restriction for them. They point out that limits set on your 777 account will only apply to that and not any other brands owned by the operator. In addition, you’re able to set game time reminders, take a break and self-exclude from this site as well as any others that comprise the same brand.
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