Virgin Mobile Casino Review

Virgin Mobile Casino, or the mobile version of Virgin Games to be specific, is one of the oldest brands out there to cater exclusively to players in the UK. If you’re reading this in the UK, as we’re sure that many of our readers are, then it goes without saying that the Virgin brand is one of the most important and reputable out there. Whether you are getting the train, watching TV and don’t like sky or even buying a cheap knock off of Coke – does Virgin Cola still exist – the brand is everywhere. As far as we are aware, the association with the core Virgin company is a loose one at best, and you won’t be expecting to see Richard Branson knocking on your door with a list of his favourite slot games, but that doesn’t really matter as this is already a brand that we know that we can trust.

Virgin Mobile CasinoMuch of that comes down to the fact that Virgin Games has been one of the most impressive gaming brands in the industry since way back in 2004. There have been no scandals and not even so much as a misstep over well over a decade of service and it really is the kind of reputable casino through actions as much a name that fits the Virgin brand perfectly. It goes without saying that the casino is fully licensed and regulated with the UK Gambling Commission, and that is all that it needs for its target market. Our readers from outside the UK will need to look elsewhere, as while this casino does hold a licence with the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority, it is more of a legacy thing from before Gambling Commission accreditation came into force, and Virgin Games only accepts UK players based on their address.

Games and Software

When a mobile casino goes out of its way to appeal only to a certain market, you can be pretty confident that they will go out of their way to serve up exactly what players in that country are looking for. It goes without saying, then, that our first job was to find out whether we could play the mobile version of Rainbow Riches with Virgin! True to form, it was the third game on the list when we loaded up the mobile casino – these brands know when they are on to a good thing, you know! Rather understandably, this mobile casino has focused on games that players are likely to know and love from their time spent playing on land, so IGT, Barcrest and WMS feature heavily, with able backup from some leading names in both the online and offline spaces such as NetEnt.

The table games are great too, with just about everything you can imagine playing being available with just a couple of taps, and that goes for both virtual and live versions of the relevant games too. You can even play a realistic version of Deal or No Deal on your mobile device too, so the game selection succeeds in its efforts to be everything that UK players could possibly be looking for and much more besides!

Perks of Playing There

If you are the kind of player that mixes up your gaming action between online, mobile and land based play, then Virgin Games has all bases covered. Their focus on the UK market does exclude some potential players, but it has allowed them to craft just about the perfect mobile casino for UK players. We would like to see more developers added in the future, as it is fair to say that some of our favourite games are still missing if we are being picky, but for what it is, Virgin Games is one of the strongest mobile casinos out there right now, just as long as you live in the right country!

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