“Do as the Romans do,” they advise here at Colosseum Casino Online, “Win BIG!” (OK. I think I can accommodate.) Available in English, Italian, and Japanese, this behemoth of a casino should really have a skin in every language under the sun, because that’s how many games they have. For such a monster-casino, you’d think they’d offer better bonuses and promotions.
Bonuses & Promotions
Start with a $15 no deposit bonus. Then get 100% on your 1 st deposit, up to $100. Beyond this, they have a fairly typical loyalty program, and then…nothing else in this area.
Software & Graphics
Colosseum games run on Microgaming’s latest entry into the online gaming market – VIPER software, which is new and improved in almost every way possible: speed, intuitiveness, bonus games, advanced player options (speedplay, autoplay, real-time strategy aides), the works! Microgaming software was always good; VIPER just shows that they can be even better.
Colosseum Casino hosts 208 different casino games, which I’m pretty sure is the entire VIPER catalog. Therefore, for all your Microgaming fun, this may be your one stop shot. A full Flash casino is also hosted here, as well as a complete, live, multi-player poker room. Besides the usual progressive slots, find here progressive poker, progressive video poker, progressive ride, progressive triple sevens, progressive cyberstud, and progressive roulette royale. (Hey! Where’s the progressive blackjack?)
Payouts, Cashouts & Security
The Colosseum cashier honors dollars, euros, and pounds. They support most of the popular online electronic payment methods, including the ones not based in North America. The casino’s random number generators and payout percentages are audited monthly by PWC, an independent firm, and the results posted in plain site (dumb pun, I know – but in 100+ reviews, I had to use it once). Colosseum Casino conforms to the stringent codes of conduct of the Interactive Gaming Council (IGC).
Toll-free telephone numbers let players in over a dozen countries speak to live support staff in their native language. Nice. There’s an email address for general feedback and one for inquiries/tech support, a call-me back service, and a fairly extensive FAQ. For lack of live web chat (or multiple, departmentalized email addresses), this should almost suffice.