If you have been waiting for a site that combines online casino play with the wonder of disco (which is unlikely, but not impossible) then you it would be fair to assume that the wait is over with the release of Casino Disco.
However, there are some issues to take into account before considering signing up with this new online casino site.
If you are not one to judge on the past, however, and you are willing to give a Game Tech casino a chance now that, by all accounts, the issues of Game Tech’s past have been resolved, is Casino Disco one that it is worth giving time to?
Design and theme
With a name like Casino Disco, you probably have a certain expectation of how this site is going to look, and while it does bring its theme to life to a degree, this is a surprisingly boring looking site considering the concept that has been chosen for it.
A predominantly faded black colour scheme is not necessarily the worst idea, as it brings a sophisticated and sleek look to a casino, but those are not traits that exactly bring the idea of disco to life, really.
Dashes of pink throughout the site and a silver aspect in the logo help a bit, as does the banner which includes the silhouetted image of dancers in a disco help a little with creating a disco feel to this online casino, but it at no point feels like enough.
Once you get past the banner at the top of the page, any design touches just stop, with there being nothing but a black background behind the thumbnails on the homepage.
Again, this doesn’t look bad, and certainly helps with navigation, but when you are trying to bring the concept of disco to life for players, this is not exactly an effective way to do it.
Game Tech sites are known for having decent collections of games on offer, but when a site is as disappointing as Casino Disco when it comes to design, and comes with a reputation attached like the one this operator suffers from due to its history, it takes a lot more than decent to make an impact.
Titles come from BetSoft, BG, Booongo, Evolution, EvoPlay, Extreme Live Gaming, Felix Gaming, Fugaso, GameART, GameScale, LuckyStreak, MrSlotty, Play'n GO, Playson, SA Gaming, and Spinomenal, ensuring there is a variety of titles and game categories on offer, but there are some glaring omissions from that list.
When you consider the number of software developers providing the games to the giants of the industry, Casino Disco does not even come close to being able to compete, and when a site has nothing else going for it, as this one doesn’t, then that is a big problem.
While slots, table and card games, live casino options, instant win games, and more are on offer, there doesn’t feel like enough of any of them, adding to the general sense of disappointment one gets upon visiting Casino Disco.