Seven Cherries Casino

Seven Cherries was established in 2017 by Nektan Limited, is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and advertises itself as a ‘fun, exciting place’ for mobile gaming - we wanted to check this out for ourselves. After doing some investigating (read: playing around), we’ve come up with all the behind-the-scenes details on this casino. So read on to find out if Seven Cherries is really what it makes out to be…

at a glance

  • Bonus

  • Payout Percentage

    97%

  • Number of Game

    250+

  • Software

    Blueprint Gaming elk studios software provider Realistic Games

  • Payment method

Seven Cherries Casino rating

Games and Software

Imagine a slot game where you could win seven cherries in a row… wow, what would the payout be? Well, we haven’t seen one quite like it yet, but we have found a ton of great games at Seven Cherries casino. Right from the get-go, Seven Cherries has a casino floor full of top slots. We were greeted on the homepage by the likes of Cleopatra, Starburst and Bonanza Megaways, so we knew we had landed somewhere good. With hundreds of slots from world-renowned software providers such as Microgaming, NetEnt, IGT and Blueprint Gaming, there’s no shortage of options at Seven Cherries.

If you’re into branded games, you can find top choices like Jurassic World, Playboy, Jumanji and Anchorman. But if you’re into more traditional slots, there are other great choices like Danger High Voltage, Break da Bank Again and Reel Heist. We were also pleased to find a couple of sport themed slots, like Football Star and Slot It In! as often that category can get neglected.

Beyond the array of slot games was a rather nice spread of casino games, though most of them were variations of Blackjack and Roulette. However, there were plenty of entertaining versions: Texas Hold’em Professional Series, Blackjack with Perfect Pairs Bet, and BlackJack with Lucky Lucky Bet – the last two which come from the excellent and innovative software provider, Felt. There were also a handful of Instant Win games including some of the Colour Cubes, some of the Cash Buster series, and Foxin’ Wins Scratch. On top of that, there were even a handful of branded versions like Ghostbusters Spectral Search, Breaking Bad and Wheel of Fortune. So it really seems no matter what kind of games you like, you can find your top choice at Seven Cherries.

Live Casino

With the incredible video slots and games offered at Seven Cherries, we had some expectations for the Live Casino. With over two dozen Live Dealer games (as they call it on their site) we were not disappointed. Roulette fans will be pleased by the awesome variety – Double Ball Roulette, Auto Roulette VIP and the ever-elusive, Auto Roulette La Parage, to name a few. Likewise, Live Blackjack fans can find Blackjack Grand VIP, Blackjack Silver and Blackjack Party at the tip of their fingers.

We were also pleased to see Evolution’s famous Dream Catcher, a live lottery wheel, and we were extremely pleased to find Live Football Studio as well. This game isn’t found at so many casinos, but it’s a great combination of cards and live football with commentary. It’s a one-of-a-kind game that’s definitely worth trying if you’re a lover of Live Dealer games and football fans.

Besides that, there are a handful of poker-based games – Three Card Poker and Casino Hold’em and Caribbean Stud Poker for starters – and some Baccarat varieties, too. The games are beautifully designed and worked well when we were on our mobile, which is always a plus. On a whole, it’s a very well-rounded Live Dealer section, so we’d definitely visit it again.

User Interface

Seven Cherries casino is all about the games and is pretty much completely mobile optimised (more on that below), so the webpage doesn’t have many extra pages to navigate through. All account information can be accessed via the top of the screen in the log-in section. As for the games, the Player Favourites section is available right on the home page. After that, players can find their games by clicking on the other menu tabs: New Games, Live Dealer, Casino Games, Instant Win and Exclusive. There is a search function on the far right-hand side of the page that allows you to look for games that you might be included in though it doesn’t search by software provider, which is a bit of a let down. Also, there is no filter section to help you organize games in different ways, which is always helpful.

It was hard to find the general banking information as it was tucked away in the terms and conditions. Overall though, it’s clear that this casino is really intended for mobile use which answers why some things were hard to find. The decoration and design of the casino was nothing to write home about – we like the idea of Seven Cherries, but wish it had a little more pop.

Mobile Casino

Now mobile play is really what Seven Cherries was made for. The simplicity of the site is because it has been designed ready for mobile play. Members of this casino don’t have to download an app, they can simple login via the mobile web page and start playing. We found all the same games available at the touch of our fingers – including the Live Dealer games, which worked great on our Android phones.

We also had no problem accessing our accounts and processing deposits and withdrawals which was very convenient. You can also still access the Live Chat function although within our mobiles it took up our entire screen and was still a bit hard to read – not sure if it was a glitch on our end or theirs. Overall though, Seven Cherries has done a really nice job of putting together a fun mobile site. They advertise themselves as one of UKs premier mobile online casinos, which isn’t too far off in our opinion.

Gamification

A lot of newer online casinos do offer fun incentives like Missions and Goals to help you work your way to added bonuses and extras. Unfortunately, Seven Cherries isn’t quite on board with this variety of gaming thus far. It would be a great addition to their website, but for now, you just have to stick to the games and standard promotions on offer.

Promotions

Seven Cherries wasn’t stocked with promotions, but it wasn’t completely void of them either, but we weren’t too impressed. They do have a welcome offer, but as of now it includes bonus spins and nothing else, so we’ve definitely seen better. Likewise, they have a couple of daily promos but the returns on them were pretty low (10% deposit match) which was pretty disappointing.

Banking

Seven Cherries is powered by Nektan Ltd. which has all sorts of Terms regarding banking. Players can deposit into their account using VISA, Mastercard, Maestro, Neteller, Skrill 1-Tap, Boku, Paysafecard and Trustly, All of these options are processed instantly and have a minimum fee of £10 and incur no transaction fees, except for Boku which has a 15% processing fee and a £15 minimum.

When it comes to withdrawing from your account, it can take 3 days to process the request and another 3-5 days for the funds to be credited to your account, depend on the method of payment. There is a minimum of £20 for all withdrawals and a maximum of £2,000 in a 24-hour period. UK players also have the option to deposit via PayPal, which is a nice addition to the list, but there was no information on the website about the details. Overall, these are pretty common conditions for payments, but the withdrawal processing time is definitely on the long side.

Customer Support
  • Live Chat: Yes
  • Email: sevencherries.support@nektan.com
  • Telephone: +442031961768
  • FAQ: Yes
  • Availability: 0800-0000 GMT

It’s great to see all the options for contact information. We were in touch with Seven Cherries Live Chat a few times to get some questions answered and they were always kind and responded within a few minutes.

Our Verdict

Seven Cherries is stocked with some really fun games that have all been made to play on your mobile, which is great. However, they’re lacking in some other regions… like slow bank processing and not so great promotions, which was a bit of a letdown. We’d say try it on your mobile to make the most of it, but perhaps not make it your main gaming site quite yet.