Royal House Casino Review

At Royal House Casino, the name says it all. Mascot is a panda with a crown, which has a royal loyalty program for players. In the Royal House Test I will take a closer look at the game selection option, the live casino betting, the web application, the bonus offers, the deposit and withdrawal methods , player protection choice and customer support center and give a brief explanation of my rating of the online casino. The Royal House Casino has been online since 2014. In the meantime, the casino has already developed into a strong and well-known brand, LeoVegas is the operator behind the website. The company has a British and Maltese license and is one of the most reputable gaming providers in the German market.

New customers are advertised with a small no deposit bonus and an extensive and fair loyalty program. In the following I present my experiences with the Royal House Casino in the test and derive my rating for the casino.

My experience with the Royal House Casino

The last time I tested Royal House was at the end of June 2019. I deposited € 25 and made a few spins at Midas Golden Touch and The Smashing Biscuit, € 25 and € 50 paid out. After all, it is a doubling of the deposit. Fortunately, this time I was able to show the payout of the winnings briefly. I already had better winnings on Play’n GO slots at Royal House. Nevertheless, this short new test is sufficient to be able to rate the casino again.

user friendliness

The Royal House website is designed in black and red. Almost everywhere you can find the panda and the crown of the casino, which also serves as a logo. In the upper area there is the logo and next to it a menu with the different gambling categories. Buttons for registration, login and FAQ are on the right. In the line below, however, you can also immediately see a field for registration, above a slider with various promotions.

A form with 3 points was chosen for the registration. First of all you have to enter a user name, a password and an email. This is followed by the entry of the address and the date of birth. In a third point, a cell phone number is requested, and you also have to specify whether the casino can send advertising via email or SMS. After sending the data you are logged in immediately, but you are asked to verify the email. Before this is done, no deposits can be made.

Royal House  has an outdated design, sometimes a rather sluggish website and no filter options for software manufacturers. You also ask for a cell phone number, but don't send advertising if you don't want to. There are minor flaws that add up, so I give 3.5 of 5 points here – the overall fun is not affected.