bCasino describes itself as the only casino to be truly built with the player in mind, which is quite the boast when you consider the competition that exists.
The online casino market is one of the most competitive in the world, and many, many sites claim to have been developed by online casino lovers who are looking to create the perfect playing experience that they themselves would enjoy.
We have seen this logic be very successful, most recently with PlayOJO, which is only just celebrating its first birthday, and still managed to pick up several prestigious awards at the end of 2017 due to its attention to detail, lack of wagering requirements, and apparent focus on the player.
For a site to come into the market in 2018, as bCasino has, and immediately claim to do a better job of this than any that have come before might be confident to the point of impressive, or it could be cocky to the point of stupid, the proof is very much in the pudding.
So, does bCasino seem like an online casino which is going to accomplish what it sets out to do? Turn the iGaming world upside down and provide a player-focused experience like nobody has seen before?
In short, no.
Design and theme
With such a claim hovering over this casino, the first thing you would expect is to be impressed by the design work here, but that is unlikely to happen.
Licensed by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) and only available to UK players, bCasino has opted to theme itself around all things British, something we have seen multiple times from many different online casino sites, and we have very rarely seen it go well.
bCasino isn’t going to buck that trend either, with the derivative design incorporating all the predictable British imagery it can, the Houses of Parliament, red buses, black cabs, in fact, it’s a bulldog and a phone box short of the full house.
Roulette tables, playing cards, and casino chips appear in the foreground to add to the basic and dull design work here, and just adds a little more boredom to the mind of the player who is already likely to be losing interest in this casino at a rapid rate.
Navigation is simple enough, which is nice, but not even close to enough to make up for the many shortcomings the design has.
There’s a lot of work to do when it comes to games if bCasino has any chance of making up for its appalling design work, and this site doesn’t even come close.
Yes, there is a decent selection of games, coming from software developers including Ainsworth, ELK Studios, Extreme Live Gaming, Nektan, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, Play'n GO, and Playson, but when the names that aren’t on the list are more apparent than those that are (BetSoft, Microgaming, Playtech, there’s many more too) it’s unlikely that this collection of games is going to appeal to anyone apart from brand-new players to the scene, and even then there’s substantially better options around.
You’ll find slots here, lots of them, as well as table and card games including video poker, live dealer games can also be found, as well as lesser available games such as keno, but none of this can even scratch the surface when it comes to competing with the titles that are on offer at established and popular casino sites.
It feels like bCasino has phoned it in, done the least amount possible with an aim to take advantage of the popularity of the online casino industry, and that’s highly unlikely to be a successful plan.
£10 Minimum Deposit
Slots, Casino games, Card and table games, Live casino
No, you are not required to download software to play in this online casino.
Downloadable version also available?
No information available