bCasino Review

There’s a new casino in town and it’s not just a casino, it’s bCasino. Joining the industry just earlier last year (2018), bCasino has gone off on a running start, providing gamers with a fresh, fun online gaming platform. Created by GS Technology Limited, this online casino is waving their British flags high. bCasino promises professionalism, innovation and passion as the core values of their workforce, as they want to help empower you to become the best player you can ‘b’. Have a gander at this refreshing online casino and you’ll find a wide selection of Slots, Table and Casino games, a friendly user interface, and perks and bonuses to keep to loyal customers appeased. We weren’t sure what to expect from such a new casino, but we were pleasantly surprised… just read on to find out why.

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Games and Software

Unlike its name might imply, bCasino is by no means a B-rated site. Offering games from top software providers, this new online gaming platform provides gamers with plenty of fun. From Nektan, you’ll find top favourite games like Best of British; from NextGen Gaming options like Foxin’ Wins; or 7 Sins from Play’n Go. There are over 300 slot games to choose from at bCasino, so you know you’re bound to find one you like. As far as we could tell, there weren’t any Jackpot slots available, which was the one big disappointment in the gaming section.

As for table and card games, bCasino offers nearly 30 games, including some unusual ones like Super Wheel and Money Wheel, both from Play’n Go. They do have a nice selection of the usual suspects: a variety of Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat and Roulette games to appease all kinds of card lovers. We’re not quite sure what’s going on in their Other Games section… there’s about a dozen games varying from Live Casino games to a couple of Instant Win games that add a bit of variety to the site.

Overall, for a new casino, there’s a pretty good offering of games available at bCasino. Perhaps in time, they’ll add some Jackpot slots to the mix.

Live Casino

Currently, there are 15 live casino games at bCasino, all of which come from the industry-leading live casino software provider, Extreme Live Gaming. While there are no Poker variations readily available (or at least from what we could see), you can find a handful of Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat games. We especially like Lucky Lady’s Roulette and Sizzling Hot Roulette, plus they have Golden Ball and Golden Ball Game Show Edition, which we don’t see too often. A couple of Live Casino games also appear under the Other Games section (we think they’ve gotten their categories a bit confused), so if Live games are your thing, be sure to check out both sections, so you don’t miss anything!

As for the games themselves, they load quickly and work well, so between Extreme Live Gaming and bCasino, you’re in pretty good hands – even if this isn’t one for Poker fans.

User Interface

We’re not entirely sure what the ‘b’ in bCasino stands for (trust us, we looked), but maybe it’s British. Created with classic colours, red, white and, okay, black and stocked full of images of London landmarks – Big Ben, Parliament, etc – bCasino gives off the essence of true Britishness.

The website itself is clean and chic; the black-and with an easy-to-navigate layout. Along the very top menu bar, you’ll find the Home, VIP, and Live Casino buttons.; in the top right corner is the conveniently placed Account button. Across the middle of the page are the game categories: Hot Games, Live Casino, Card & Table Games etc. making gaming navigation easy. There aren’t any options to filter and organize the games, which is unfortunate, but there is a handy search button that’s stuck to the side of the screen so you can search for a game or provider at any point.

All technical details – Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy, and such – are found at the bottom of the page, so nothing is too hard to find.

Mobile Casino

As far as mobile platforms go, bCasino has created a pretty crisp version of their site for your mobile. The games are displayed in easily identifiably mini icons on the landing page, although you can only organize them by Top Games or New Games. The top right corner connects you to an instant chat, which functions even if you’re logged out. In the top left corner is the menu bar where you’ll find all the other important information you need – banking, account info, etc. It also seems that you can conveniently access all banking functions through the mobile site, which is great.

The games load quickly and look great on our mobiles, which is really the whole point of mobile gaming. bCasino doesn’t have a mobile app right now, so you don’t have to bother going to your iOS or Android stores for the download. Just open up the website through your regular web browser and you can start playing, pretty instantaneously.


If bCasino gets a B-rating anywhere, it’s in the gamification category. We combed this essential British online casino far and wide for any signs of missions, leaderboards, adventures and more, but came out empty-handed. bBetter, bCasino, bBetter.


bCasino offers a variety of promotions across their page including a welcome package. They say that they like to offer ‘huge bonuses’ to very special players, so there is a VIP program that you can easily become a part of. The moment you place a bet at the casino, you start earning complimentary points – Comps – and you’ll continue to earn them for every few pounds you bet. Comps can be exchanged for various bonuses and prizes and eventually you can be invited into the very, special bVIP club, where there are even more benefits on offer.


Information about the banking process was a little vague, despite the long-winded small print. You can make a deposit (with a minimum between £10 and £30, depending on the method) using VISA, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill, ecoPayz, Pay by Mobile and Paysafecard. Most deposit methods for all funds tend to be available instantly, whereas withdrawals can take as long as 4 business days for debit/credit cards and bank transfers, but just one day for online wallets.

As far as we can tell, there are no fees for both deposits and withdrawals, and Customer Support kindly confirmed that there’s a £20 withdrawal minimum. All of your transactions can be found in the Account Statement page on the site and you can search for nitty, gritty specifics in the Terms and Conditions as well. On a whole, pretty standard banking options and procedures from bCasino, which is good to see.

Customer Support

  • Live Chat: Yes
  • Email: support@bcasino.co.uk
  • Telephone: non given
  • FAQ: No
  • Availability: 24/7 etc

Customer support is readily available through the green HELP button on the right-hand side of any screen. Simply click and you’ll be instantly connected to customer support, who we found very friendly and helpful. As of now, there isn’t an FAQ page but the customer support agent assured us that this is something that bCasino is working towards, so that’s promising. If you’re keen to have a more formal mode of contact, feel free to email bCasino’s customer support – and maybe request a phone number while you’re at it!

Our Verdict

bCasino has got a nice shiny foot in the door when it comes to the online casino industry. Their clean and cool site design provides a nice backdrop for the wide array of top games and fun bonuses that they provide for account holders. Between the bVIP section, the great customer service (despite the lack of phone number) and the great game selection, bCasino really does what they can to help you “be the player you want to ‘b’”. They’ve got charm and pizazz without being to flashy, and that’s something we appreciate with all the overdone glitzy casinos that are out there these days. Follow the simple sign up instructions, deposit a bit of cash and start ‘bcoming’ the player of your dreams – that’s what bCasino wants you to do, and we say… well, why not?