Slotland Casino Review

Slotland Casino Review

Slotland is a concentrated site (read: small). It’s a tight outfit comprised of exactly 7 slot machines and 4 card games. This site doesn’t pretend to be anything other than what it is: a place to pull the virtual lever and flip the cybercards, with no software to download. won Strictly Slots award for “Best of Slots” 2004.

Bonuses & Promotions

The bonuses here are as basic as the concept of the site itself; get a $100 signup bonus, another $100 for every $1000 deposited, and $10 for every friend you refer to the site who signs up. While SlotLand Casino has been known to host various periodic promotions – redeposit bonuses, random giveaways, and multiplied deposit bonuses – at the time of this writing they weren’t offering any. There’s also some loosely described VIP program where, once you achieve VIP status (however you do that), you get an extra newsletter with additional VIP bonuses.

Software & Graphics
Slotland’s software is Mac, WebTV, and (of course) Windows compatible. They vow there’s no Java in their no download software, which makes Slot Land accessible from any and every browser available.

11 games in all here at Quite simply – Golden 8, Heavy Metal, Lucky Stars , Booster, Treasure Box, SilverKiss (a Rated X slot machine), and Magic – all slots: Jacks Or Better, Wild Heart, Space Jack, and Striking 7s – all card games. That’s it.

Payouts, Cashouts & Security
Again the list of payment methods they support are short and sweet: Visa, MasterCard, FirePay, 900Pay/eWalletXPress, and MoneyBookers. They promise no withdrawal themes. Special arrangements must be made (via email) for cashouts higher than $5000 (it’s great if you can there). They vow (for whatever a vow’s worth online) that their random number generator has been tested and found to be on par with those in Atlantic City casino games. They describe their security encryption methods as “better than military grade”.

Customer Support
Customer support is handled strictly through 5 email address (simple, right?). They are: info, billing, support, program, management.