How top casino sites get rated

With the internet being awash with online casino offerings, keen online gamblers and gamers often ask how casino websites are rated by the likes of Casino Review Magazine or rating sites such as Casino.org.

 
 

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For sites to get top ratings in countries like New Zealand, for instance, the rating criteria is rather exhausting. This would include factors such as:

– Are the sites properly licensed and regulated?
– Are they 100% secure?
– Do they have a great array of games?
– Do they offer fantastic payout ratios?
– Is all the games fair?
– Do all games run smoothly on all interfaces such as PC, laptop, tablet and mobile?
– Do they offer super sigh-up bonuses, loyalty bonuses and promotions such as the bet365 bonus code, which offers a bonus of NZ$200 in free bets? and
– Do they accept the most popular payment options such as VISA, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal, Neteller and Skrill?

Many ratings sites go even further, doing safety and background check on top casino sites. This would entail scrutinising and researching the history of each casino’s certification. They then move on to checking what gaming software the sites are built on. Only sites using reliable software make the grade, with safe encrypted software offering the best type of protective measures.

Only after a site has surpassed this phase of scrutiny, the reviewers take a look at the deposit bonuses available. They then make a real money deposit that utilises the bonus. The next review score depends on how smooth the deposit process goes – being evaluated across all major payment methods such as MasterCard, Neteller and PayPal.

The reviewers then contact the customer support systems, checking response times and ranking each site on how helpful the response team members are. When the support is quick and helpful, they score top marks but can easily be disqualified if they find the opposite.

Once sites like Bet365 are still in the top list, the reviewers then actually try the games and the cash-out process. While dong this, they play all the different game types on offer – including live dealer games, video poker, roulette, baccarat, blackjack, slots, keno and table games.

As soon as they are satisfied that the games run smoothly, they also then play the games on both Android and iOS smartphones and tablets to test all casino apps and mobile compatibility.

And the final step? Cash-out of course! With their remaining balance, the reviewers withdrawn from the sites to evaluate how hard or easy it is to cash out, and how fast the process is.

When a site passes all these tests, it is added to the selected few on the Casino Expert’s shortlist.

 
 

 

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