ComeOn Casino Review
ComeOn casino has been around for a few years now, but they started off small and never really seemed to get much better. With very limited licensing, most players won’t ever get the chance to try them out now. Fortunately you’re not really missing out on too much.
Our Rating: (2.3 / 5)
In this ComeOn casino review, I’ll go through some of the positive and negative points of playing here, and also give you information about the ComeOn app. But first, let’s look at some of the alternative casinos which are smashing it in 2023.
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There are very limited lines / markets available and the odds aren’t especially competitive. It’s kind of handy that you can play at both the casino and sportsbook with the same account, but you do need to download separate apps for each one.
To be honest, if you’re interested in betting on sports regularly then this is very unlikely to meet your needs. You’d be much better off downloading a dedicated sports betting app instead.
ComeOn Casino Welcome Bonus
If you’re one of the few people who are allowed to play at ComeOn then there is a welcome bonus you can claim. At the time of writing, new customers got a £25 bonus and 10 free spins.
Why the bonus is in GBP when UK customers are excluded is a bit of a mystery, but either way it’s a very modest bonus compared to what other online and mobile casinos are offering. Nobody is going to be rushing to join them just to claim this, that’s for sure.
ComeOn Casino App
ComeOn do provide an app that you can download on Android and iOS. Their listings on both Google Play and App Store are well out of date, and therefore display incorrect information, which is a bit concerning. They are also both rated at 1/5 although we generally ignore the reviews on there as they are frequently manipulated.
If you decide to download and install the app, it will give you access to most of the casino games that are available via the website. We couldn’t get in working on some of our older Android devices in the lab, but it did run on the more recent phones.
It looks very basic, but to be fair it does what it’s supposed to, although not especially fast. There are much better apps than this on the market right now though, so overall it’s a bit of a disappointment.
I noted that the website and the ComeOn app includes several of the more popular software providers including Microgaming, NetEnt, Evolution Gaming and Betsoft.
Choice Of Games
The game selection is quite reasonable. The variety of slot machine mobile games is slightly better than average, and they do have all the usual RNG table games, plus the live dealer tables as I mentioned earlier.
Of these, I enjoyed the live games the most as a couple of the dealers were quite a good laugh.
The slots were OK but again I couldn’t shake the feeling that there are much better games available elsewhere. Likewise, for video poker fans like myself, the choice isn’t brilliant. There are much better places to play video poker on mobile than ComeOn.
Banking – Deposit/Withdrawal Options
In fairness, ComeOn do offer a decent range of payment options. These include Credit/Debit cards, PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, PaySafe card and bank transfer.
Withdrawal times aren’t great though, with some withdrawal methods taking as long as 7 days! This is really excessive and to be honest it’s not good enough. This is 2023 not 2005 and it doesn’t (or shouldn’t) take anywhere near this long to get paid.
If I ever found myself waiting a full week to get my winnings, I would not be playing at that casino again.
Safety and Security
ComeOn are owned by Co-Gaming Limited and licensed by the MGA, which is a perfectly respectable regulatory authority. Their license is up to date so I don’t have any concerns here.
Their website does have a valid, up to date SSL certificate.
I was unable to find any information about how they store or handle your data, so I can’t say whether there are any issues here that you need to be aware of. Being based in the EU, they do need to be compliant with all EU regulations including GDPR so based on that, I don’t have any particular concerns regarding security at ComeOn.
ComeOn offer support via e-mail or live chat. If you’re trying to access the site from a restricted country, all you’ll see is a message telling you to go away, and an e-mail address to contact if you have any questions.
I was able to access the site using a VPN for the purposes of these tests, and while I was logged in I contacted live chat to test them out. I was connected in around 2 minutes and encountered a representative who was quite helpful, if not especially friendly.
I asked a few basic questions and was given links to the information I needed. Based on this I feel that if you did need to contact their support with any questions, you would probably be given the answer within a reasonably short space of time.
Not so many these days! The site used to be open for business around the world, but these days if you’re in Australia, Ireland, the UK or the USA you can’t even access the site, let alone sign up! The same applies for Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands and more.
I feel that the site is geared towards Swedish players and they’re not particularly bothered about anyone else. Don’t feel left out though, because even if you could play here I wouldn’t especially recommend it simply because there are better options. Check out the alternatives at the top of the page.
Australian dollars, Euros, Norwegian kroner, British pounds sterling, Swedish kronor, US dollars.
Why they offer currencies for players they don’t accept remains a mystery to me!
This is a half hearted attempt at an online casino which doesn’t really hit the mark. There are so many other places to play, many of which blow ComeOn out of the water. I’d suggest checking out our other reviews and joining a site with a much higher rating.
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