Introduction

Pros and cons

  • Excellent live casino offerings
  • Good loyalty scheme
  • Part of an established land-based casino brand
  • Could do with more table game variety
  • Could do with more regular promotions
  • Welcome offer isn’t that great

Software

Like lots of other online casinos, Grosvenor Casino as games by a broad range of providers in order to give players as much variety as possible. The casino’s games come from over a dozen different providers, from top names like Playtech, Microgaming, NextGen Gaming and IGT, along with others such as Core Gaming, Yggdrasil Gaming and Electracade. The line-up of providers is quite good since it includes a good mix of big names and lesser ones, thereby providing players with plenty of well known games and some they might not have had the chance to play before.


Games

Grosvenor Casino offers quite a good selection of games, with just over 300 of them altogether. The collection is mostly made up of video slots and jackpots, with a decent number of table games and a very good line-up of live casino games rounding it off. The games are sorted into several categories (Live Casino, Slots & Games and Table & Card), with several sub-categories for each. You can toggle between having the games displayed as picture images or just presented as a list of names.

Overall the games collection at Grosvenor Casino is quite good as there’s a good enough number of games and there’s a broad range of choice, with players of all tastes sure to find lots of games they’ll enjoy playing.


Slots

There’s a good number of slots you can try out at Grosvenor Casino, including over 280 video slots and more than 50 progressive jackpots. Lucky Lady’s Charm, Lord of the Ocean, Fishin’ Frenzy, Moby Dick, Book of Ra Deluxe and Atlantis: City of Destiny are among the casino’s most popular slots, while some of its newest additions include Mighty Black Knight, Heidi’s Bier Haus and Tetris Super Jackpots. The offering of video slots and progressives is very good since there’s a good number of games and they come form lots of different providers, offering players plenty of variety.


Table Games

Grosvenor Casino has a total of 14 table games on offer. These include a few blackjack and roulette games (such as European Roulette, Premium Blackjack, Roulette Advanced and Blackjack Perfect Pairs), along with a selection of poker games, including three card brag and video poker. The collection is quite good since it offers a few different games besides blackjack and roulette, though it would be good to see more types of table game introduced, such as casino hold’em and baccarat.


Live Casino

At Grosvenor Casino you can try out live versions of seven different table games. These include roulette, blackjack, baccarat, casino hold’em, Texas hold’em, Caribbean stud poker and three card poker. All of the casino’s various live offerings are filmed in bricks-and-mortar Grosvenor Casinos. The only exception is Dream Catcher, a live money wheel game by Evolution Gaming that simply has you bet on what number the wheel will land on. The live games are available round-the-clock, with a special chatline offering support whenever players may need it.


Mobile

For those who want to access Grosvenor Casino while on the go, there’s both a mobile casino and an app. Both are specially designed to offer mobile users a high-quality gambling experience, complete with a selection of the desktop casino’s best and most popular games. They have the same look and feel to them as the desktop casino and they’re designed to operate quickly and seamlessly no matter what device they’re accessed on; both are fully compatible with iOS and Android operating systems and can be played on most handheld devices.

The app is recommended for those who will be accessing the casino regularly and don’t mind having to download an app that takes up space on their device. The mobile casino, on the other hand, is suggested for more casual players who may only visit the casino once in a while and don’t necessarily want their device’s space taken up by downloading an app. For slightly better visuals and performance, the app is recommended, though the mobile casino still offers a perfectly good quality gambling experience.


Welcome Bonus

If you’re new to Grosvenor Casino, you’re entitled to claim a free £20 in bonus money. Simply sign up, deposit £20 into your account for your first deposit and you’ll be credited with a free £20 extra to play with, for a total of £40 in bonus money to get you started. You have to wager the bonus money a total of five times before you can make withdrawals. You can’t place any even money bets with your bonus money; also, poker games and sportsbooks bets don’t count towards this particular promotion. If you’re a member of one of Grosvenor’s 56 land-based casinos, you can claim a no deposit £20 bonus when you sign up to Grosvenor Casino.


Promotions

At the time of writing, Grosvenor Casino had a number of promotions listed: some for the casino, some for the live casino and some for the sportsbook. Aside from the welcome offers, there were no proper casino bonuses listed. There was a live casino bonus listed that invited players to join in select games at set times to be in with a chance of winning a cash bonus.

The other promotions were various sportsbook offers. Play Points is the casino’s loyalty scheme. Once you’ve opted in, you’ll be able to earn points as you play – you can earn them both through playing online and through playing in land-based Grosvenor casinos. You can exchange these points for bonus money at a rate of 100 points for £1, or you can exchange them for various vouchers, bonuses and gifts.


Payments

Grosvenor Casino accepts a broad range of popular payments for making both deposits and withdrawals, including MasterCard, Visa, Maestro, Neteller and Skrill, to name a few. Of the accepted payment methods except MasterCard can be used for making withdrawals. The casino doesn’t go into great detail about how long withdrawals take; it simply states that you can expect to wait between three and seven working days to receive your money.

You can pay by:

Maestro, Mastercard, Neteller, PayPal, PaysafeCard, Skrill, Visa

You can withdraw by:

Maestro , Mastercard , Neteller , PayPal , Skrill , Visa


Withdrawal Times/Limits

  • E-Wallets - 24-48 hours
  • Debit/Credit Cards - 2-5 days
  • Bank Transfers - 3-7 days
  • Pending period - 6-24 hours

Currencies

EUR, GBP

Languages

English

Restricted Countries

Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Turkey

Licenced

UK

Contact Details

  • Email: support@grosvenorcasinos.com
  • Twitter: @grosvenorcasino
  • Live chat: Y
  • Facebook: https://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/biz/Grosvenor-Casino-117947239811
  • Phone: 0800 083 1990

Conclusion

Grosvenor is one of the UK’s biggest gambling brands, with an extensive chain of casinos throughout the country. Grosvenor Casino is the brand’s online casino; it’s professional, modern and well designed throughout. It has an extensive range of games by many top providers, along with plenty of rewards for those who remain loyal to the Grosvenor brand, including those who play in land-based casinos and online. The casino has a particularly good live casino game collection, along with plenty of slots, though it could do with having a more diverse collection of table games. While the loyalty scheme is good, the number of regular promotions is rather limited; there’s the welcome offer, though you only get a maximum of £20 from this, whereas most other online casinos offer at least five times as much – some as much as fifty times. On the whole, Grosvenor Casino is well worth checking out, whether you’ve gambled at one of the brand’s land-based casinos or not.

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