VideoSlots Casino Review

VideoSlots Casino Review
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Videoslots does pretty much well what it says on the tin. It’s a site built around slots, with all the great titles on the site and available for you to play.

Unusually, Videoslots also has a vast array of developers represented, rather than just 1 or 2 as is often the case.


In fact you could call Videoslots a gamer’s paradise, as it not only has such an impressive suite of games but also a slew of meaty jackpots, with a running total constantly updated to show what is up for grabs, as well as a comprehensive list of the payout rates of games, so you can see at a glance what you can expect as a return from each individual game, easily and without having to wade through terms and conditions.


Not all casinos exhibit this degree of transparency, and combine that with the gaming experience offered (table games are also available) and it’s not a site to be sniffed at.


Videslots is particularly geared towards Finland and Sweden, as well as the UK, Australia and Canada, but as you’ll see from the payment methods, players from much further afield than that are also welcome.


Read on and we’ll fill you in with some more details.




Continuing this theme of simplicity, Videoslots’ welcome bonus is clearly set out and easy to grasp, but like the slots choice, generous too.


You get 100% up to 200. So in other words if you deposit 50 you’d get a bonus of 50. You can of course deposit more than 200, it’s just that the bonus would be capped at 200.


There is a wagering requirement of x20 which is actually also pretty competitive (some of the table games carry only a 10% contribution to the wagering requirement, but this is pretty standard — some casinos don’t allow table games to contribute at all in fact).


The playthrough has to be attained within 7 days, and bonus money is paid out in 10% increments.


Is that it? Nope — you also get 10 free money to play with as well, on your first deposit (available to players in Australia, Canada, France, Finland, Germany, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden).




As we said in our introduction, Videoslots goes against the grain in its breathtaking range of developers whose games it uses.


We believe that this is a positive thing — enhancing your gaming experience and giving a variety of look and feel absent from many sites which use only the 1 developer.


Not only are big hitters like Microgaming, and BetSoft here, but smaller outfits like Leander games and new kids on the block including Yggdrasil Games are also on the Videoslots site.


Apparently NetEnt games will also start appearing on the Videoslots site, but it’s clearly somewhere to visit for those players who have had their fill of the NetEnt look and feel!


Truly a varied gaming experience which come highly recommended, not to mention kudos for supporting the little guy rather than simply following the crowd.




Is 650 games enough to call it a selection? OK we’re being facetious - but to make a point.


The choice at Videoslots is, put simply, staggering. Not only the slots from the nearly 20 developers available, but it also boasts the usual choice of table games you would expect from a reputable casino — but a far greater selection than you might expect here too!


Some 27 types of Blackjack (how many?!) including multi-hand and single-deck versions, a similar number of Roulette versions including the all-important French variety, zillions of Video Pokers, Scratchcards and a whole load of other games that you will have heard of (like Keno or Pontoon) and some you may not have (Triangulation or Germinator, anyone?!).


Some of you may fear that this selection might end up as a kind of Buridan’s Ass situation, where there is so much selection you end up not choosing anything because you can’t decide, and so ‘starve’ to death in the gaming sense at least.


Whilst this is a valid concern, the site is set out intelligently, allowing you to filter games by type and developer to make it more manageable.


The games are also listed by popularity so you can choose a game which is trending right now and might payout (or conversely pick a little-played game which might just yield something unexpectedly).


So we believe the benefits of such a huge selection outweigh the drawbacks.




As you might expect from a casino which is truly games-focused, it offers no mean selection of jackpot slots.


These include the ubiquitous Mega Moolah (standing at nearly 2.9 m at the time of writing), the less well-known Mega Moolah Isis and the Dark Knight progressives, and over 20 more progressive slots, which have been paying out regularly (we can tell this since some of them have been reset to just a few Euros at the time of writing) so your chance of netting big are at least as good as there will be anywhere else!




Fortunately the choice of games is mirrored by the variety of payment methods at Videoslots, which are as follows:


Visa/Mastercard — the classic trusted payment method, using a trusted provider.


Trustly — an online eBank which allows you to deposit money and make payment for free!


Skrill — a widespread (available in over 30 currencies) eWallet payment method which can be set up in minutes.


Neteller — a secure and highly thought of money transfer service which you can be up and running with in no time at all (please note at times of low turnover, videoslots reserve the right to make a 3.9% charge on Neteller withdrawals so you might want to check with their customer services about that).


Euteller — the leading secure, online payment method in Finland.


Poli — market leader in online banking in Australia and New Zealand, so all our Aussie and Kiwi friends are well looked after at Videoslots.


Ukash — a safe and easy way which leaves no payment trail. Simply purchase a Ukash code and start playing.


Paysafecard — a prepaid card which allows you to make payment without using a bank account, with some 400,000 sales outlets and around 4,000 participating shops.


Siru Mobile — a popular micropayment method in Finland, Norway and Sweden, using as its name suggests mobile solutions.


Astropay — a popular payment card in Latin America.


Instadebit — A secure way of making payment from your bank account without sharing secure information with the merchant, and fully mobile-optimized.


Eco — a versatile and secure way to make payment from around the world.


PugglePay — Allows you to make an invoice payment online from Norway, Sweden or Finland.


UseMyServices — instant payment from your bank account via the UseMyFunds component.


SMSBill by Payground — Another way to make an instant deposit via invoice from Norway, Sweden or Finland, via SMS as the name suggests.


Bank Wire — the traditional method, which can take 5 working days and requires more fields filling in than other methods.


Please note that just to continue the generosity theme which Videoslots offers, is the fact that none of these payment methods incur charges either for deposits or withdrawals (excepting the Neteller as noted)!


As always, be prepared to check your jurisdiction as to what payment methods are available to you.




Videoslots has all the usual methods of customer support — a phone line, email, live chat and, unusually, a mail address. Whilst it’s unlikely that customers are going to want to communicate via ‘snail mail’, there are a couple of serious points here 1) any disputes arise will need a physical address to send the relevant documents to and from, and 2) any online casino which publishes its registered address on its site clearly takes its role and its reputation seriously.


When we tried the live chat in English with a random question they answered within 30 seconds, a particularly impressive record, and were courteous and able to answer our question.




Videoslots is registered in Malta, one of the most secure and reputable locations for a casino to be registered, and has Zignsec security verification as well as a responsible gaming section.


It doesn’t use Open SSL for security encryption, which at the time of writing was a hot topic due to that system’s security vulnerability, but instead operates a proprietorial SSL called Thawte.


Videoslots also boasts a Facebook page, so they are open enough to be social media-savvy.