Frequently Asked Questions
We are not an online casino and you are not able to play any video slots for real money on our website. We do offer links to websites where you can play for fun.
You can find the Demo Play button on the top right at each individual game info page. However we have disabled the button for people located in the UK (due to regulations).
We do not review games ourselves, we believe the best way to rate and review games is to let players do it.
Yes we do! You can find all of them on the Bonus page in our intuitive bonus list, where you can sort and filter the bonuses with ease. You can also find the bonuses on the bottom of the page for each individual online casino,
Yes you can vote without writing a review. You still need to enter your name and email address, however neither of these will show in the comment section as long as you don’t write anything in the “Your review” box.
RTP stands for Return To Player and is how you mesure how much you won or lost on casino in precentage. If you bet 100 EUR on casino and you win 100 EUR, your RTP is 100%. Everything below 100% means you lost money and everything above 100% means you won. Online video slots normally have their RTP of around 94%-97% and slot machines on land based casinos usually have lower RTP.

External companies measures the RTP of the games to make sure they are fair and correct. Also keep in mind the tests are based on millions of spins. The RTP is always stated in the game info and by knowing the RTP you get a general feeling of how the game will perform.

Also be aware of that game studios release different RTP versions of the same game, so different casinos can use different versions. Always make sure to check the in-game rules to see the actual RTP.
Volatility for Video Slots is a way for the game studio to let the player know how frequent they can expect the slot to pay out and how big the pay out will be.

If a Video Slot has high Volatility, you should expect pay outs less frequently but with bigger winnings.

A Video Slot with low Volatility will pay out more frequently but with smaller winnings.
If a game is missing from our site, please send an email to [email protected] or use the contact form to let us know which game is missing.
Some game providers are also releasing other game studios’ content via their platform. This is a good way for smaller studios to reach out to a bigger audience. SG Digital, Microgaming, Pragmatic Play, Yggdrasil and Oryx are a few examples of game providers that are also aggregators.
We do not personally choose the “Game of the Year.” On December 31st, we determine the game with the highest rating for that year and that game is designated as the “Game of the Year.”