Finding a new casino site to play shouldn’t be daunting, but unfortunately it can feel this way.
Where do you start to look? And when you find a site, you then start asking yourself can you trust it, etc!
There are some well established casino brands out there, and as any experienced casino player knows, they are by and large trustworthy.
Yes, you will always find the odd user who has a gripe with one of the household name brands, and with so many players, that is always going to be the case.
The problem with those casinos is though, that they are too popular, and too big. As a result, sign up bonuses and welcome packages can be poor value. After all, they’re already well established brands, so they don’t really have to dangle too big a carrot.
This is where you may find yourself turning towards new casino sites. One out there trying to make a name for itself in the very competitive casino marketplace.
Now, you’re most probably not going to join it for the brand name, as they don’t have one. So they have to entice you with something else, and that something else, could well be the welcome offer.
But how do you know if you can trust this new brand? Afterall, you’ve probably never heard of them!
Well, I believe there are two methods you can use, that can help..
Read Review Sites About The New Casino
Check out the casino on review sites. Unless the casino has just started that morning - and I certainly wouldn’t recommend joining that casino - it will have a history.
So check out this history, and make use of the review sites. As I alluded to above with household name casinos, someone will always have an issue, so you find some negative feedback.
But check out the negative feedback. Is it just someone moaning as they misread the rules and lost a tenner?
Or are there a lot of people saying the same thing? For example, they didn’t get their winnings paid into their bank, and had to fight hard for what should be a fundamental feature from any genuine casino.
Check Out the Background and Credentials of the new Casino Site
This shouldn't be too difficult if the casino is being run by a credible company.
For example, the casino brand could be MyCasinoLite.com - never heard of them, right!
But if you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you will see a whole host of information. Where the casino is licenced are regulated? And even an 'About' page.
The About page, may well diverge who owns and backs the brand - and it could be someone reputable that you have heard of. If this all turns out to be true, then it should be quite easy to find out for certain with a quick internet search.
Back to the bottom of the casino home page, and when you click on the link to where the casino is licenced and regulated, it should take you to the licence issuers website. From there you should be able to find if the casino is listed or not.
Then have a quick search of the licence issuers on the internet, to see if they are genuine.
Don’t just take the word of the casino for this, check it out yourself. It should only take you 5 to 10 minutes, and it could save you a lot of money.
If there is none of this information available, then you are probably best advised to ignore the eye watering sign up offer, and run for the hills.
Finding a new casino site really isn't as daunting as you might think! You just need to know where to look.