777 Casino

From the start, we liked the ticking jackpots and old-fashioned appeal of the 777 site. Still fairly new (although we feel like we’ve been hearing about 777 forever, it's actually only been online since 2015), 777 was established by 888 Holdings PLC’s (AKA, the world-renowned casino group) and is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. But in just a few years, 777 has developed into a well-rounded casino site with lots to offer for gamers. In fact, if you have an existing login for an 888 casino, bingo, sports or poker account, you can use your login details at 777 too...and vice versa! We do love a 2-in-1 deal.

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Games and Software

777 Casino has nicely divided up their games into four categories: Slots & Jackpots, Roulette, Live Casino and Card Games. They have a more limited selection of slots than we normally see (about 40+ games), which is a bit strange considering their powered by NetEnt – why wouldn’t they want to take NetEnt’s full (and amazing) back catalogue? Otherwise, aside from our minor grumbling, there are some fan favourites out there that make us happy to see – Starburst, Twin Spin and Dead or Alive, among others. All progressive jackpot slots – games such as Millionaire Genie, Diamonds Delight, and Jack’s Pot – are highlighted with a live counter, showing the increasing pot in real time. The games are available to filter as either 1-20 lines (way to lump those classic slots in with non-classics, 777), 25+ lines, Jackpots, Exclusives and New, and for branded slots fans, we found lots of popular branded slots to our liking – Titanic, The Big Lebowski and Michael Jackson: King of Pop Slot – but only after we searched for them manually.

Aside from slots, there are also 12 Roulette games (including European, Low Stakes, American and French), eight Blackjack games (Double Exposure, 4 Decks Super Stakes Blackjack and more). There were also a few card games (Triple Card Poker, Classic Keno, Punto Banco Professional Series), aswell as more games at the live casino (which we’ll get into shortly). So although the game selection doesn’t run into the thousands on 777, we anticipate that this newer casino will be growing with time, and we were happy to see top providers like NetEnt and Evolution Gaming on the virtual casino floor.

Live Casino

As stylish as 777 is, the live casino section takes the biscuit.

Powered by the granddaddy of live casino – Evolution Gaming, you’ll find all of the usual, popular table classics: European Roulette, Blackjack Live, alongside some exciting other variants – Immersive Roulette, Dragonara Roulette, Blackjack Party, Three Card Poker, and more. In fact, because this is such a cool casino, they’ve even invented their own Blackjack variant – 777 Blackjack.

All in all, there are 13 Roulette variants, 12 Blackjack variants, 2 Baccarat games (Baccarat and Baccarat Squeeze), and Casino Hold’Em and Caribbean Stud Poker. Some of the table games have pretty low table limits – Auto Roulette La Partage, for example has a 50p limit – although some have extraordinarily high ones, for example (and as you’d probably expect) Premium VIP Blackjack’s table limits run from £250 – £10,000.

Another nice touch was 777’s ‘Meet the Live Dealers’ section. Yes, it’s a bit cheesy – but those stock images of impossibly beautiful women are far cheesier.

User Interface

Hmm. There are two things to note here – the pre-login and post-login interface.

Before you login, the casino’s personality –  the background images, the nicely organised layout – shines through. After you login, you’re redirected to a casino lobby, which – although it has all of the same colouring and style of the casino – loses just a bit of excitement and class, in our opinion. The post-login lobby is clear and easy to get around, but it’s just not as much fun as we thought we were getting ourselves into.

The games are organised into Live Casino, Card & Table Games, Slots, Slot Races, Elite Lounge, and then Top Games and My Recently Played. Each section opens as a tab in the lobby, with further options available afterwards on a scrolling grid. This is all very nice, but again – it just loses a bit of the cool, exciting style that we were expecting. All in all, it’s easy to get around, but just lacks a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’.

Mobile Casino

As for the mobile app, 777 Casino has a neatly organised, well-performing platform. Every game you see on the desktop is available on the mobile site, which is a huge win, in our books.

The ‘Contact Us’ page on the mobile site connected us with an email and phone number available 24/7 but no immediate chat, which can be very helpful with those mobile sites. Likewise, we couldn’t get any banking details or information beyond the games and contact numbers without logging in to an account.

For gamers on the go, 777 Casino also offers an Android and iOS compatible mobile app, so gamers can get the most optimised mobile version of the site. In many ways, it might be a better gaming option than the desktop itself!


At the 777 Casino online, you can collect and exchange Comp Points just by playing games, and all players are automatically enrolled into this program. Comp Points can be exchanged for a range of exciting goodies, so you can keep playing your favourite games.

There’s also the chance to join the high-speed tournaments on offer – who doesn’t love a little extra competition?

Players also have the option of joining the VIP club, which is specially geared towards regular players and provides them with a higher standard of customer service and entertainment as well as exclusive promotions and bonuses. Aside from these little extras, there aren’t any leaderboards or missions on the desktop sites.

On a whole, there’s a lot of room for improvement here, but we’re hoping to see that as the casino grows both its desktop and mobile sites.


Aside from the Welcome Bonus, 777 offers fun little daily promos on certain games, for extra goodies. There are also Comp Points offers, themed-bonuses (e.g., play a certain live game or Roulette game, etc), as well as ‘surprises’, where certain, randomly selected players may receive prizes.

We’re a big fan of these little daily promos and like that 777 is offering fun initiatives every day of the week. The site also offers special promotions throughout the year for special events and holidays – so regular players can rake in the rewards all year long, just make sure to check the site and the terms and conditions beforehand.

And, if you’re a regular player, you’ll soon be taking advantage of the pretty sweet VIP rewards, which include a range of nice surprises for the most loyal of players.


At 777, there are a handful of options for both deposits and withdrawals: VISA, Mastercard, Entropay, Neteller, PayPal, Skrill, Wire Transfer, WebMoney, Bank Transfer, Diners Club International, Payr and Paysafecard. All of these require a £20 deposit (slightly on the high end for us) and have pretty fast processing times (usually just around 10 minutes) which is good.

As always, we’re a fan of zero fees when it comes to deposits and withdrawals, so 777 does a good job there, and with the wide variety of payment options, they have a pretty reliable and convenient banking system overall.

Customer Support

  • Live Chat: No
  • Email: support@777.com
  • Telephone: +44 203 876 8709
  • FAQ: No
  • Availability: 24/7

Players can find customer support at the ‘?’ on the top right menu bar of the website. We like the minimalism, but find this a little discrete – and there are only options to phone or email, though they do have a 24-hour response estimate. Not bad, but we think 777 could do better!

Our Verdict

With plenty of fun games, regular and new promotions being offered all the time, we really enjoy this retro-styled online casino. The web pages were easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye, a nice change from the all-flash casino sites of the millennial years. We think classic casino lovers and new casino goers alike will have a great time at 777!