Cozyno is a fairly new site, having launched back in 2017, and is part of the Alpha Interactive Solutions N.V Group, who are connected to the Game Tech Group N.V.
Game Tech have a questionable history in the online casino world, having been caught offering bootleg NetEnt games amongst other offences.
There is no reason to assume that such practices still occur at Game Tech sites, or those on the Alpha network, but the history is enough for some to be more than a little distrusting of sites on these networks.
However, if you are the trusting sort and the Game Tech connection does not immediately put you off Cozyno, then how worthy is this online casino of your attention?
Regardless of how well-respected (or otherwise) a name you have behind you, it takes a lot of work and a lot of luck to find success in the highly competitive online casino market, and Cozyno, as a relatively new site, has to be able to stand up with the best in the business to ensure it gets noticed.
Is this something this site seems likely to be able to do? Or will Cozyno follow many Game Tech sites into the depths of mediocrity?
Design and theme
It’s a nice feeling when you visit an online casino that immediately grabs your attention with well-designed graphics and animations and an intriguing concept. Cozyno pretty much does the opposite of that.
It’s not that Cozyno is an unattractive site, but in some ways, it would be better if it was, at least that would be vaguely interesting.
The problem with how Cozyno looks is that it’s dull, the blue and white colour scheme, the basic, unimpressive logo, the stars advertising promotions, it’s predictable, and it’s boring.
This is a shame, because the one thing that Cozyno would have (or at least should have) been looking to do was create a site that would interest players immediately, not run the risk of putting them off.
A feeling of excitement is vital to all players, from the hobbyist to the high roller, and when a site doesn’t offer it, that’s a problem.
The navigation of the site is simple enough, it’s set out like most game Tech (and Alpha Interactive) sites, game categories clearly labelled, and thumbnails allowing swift access to games.
Unfortunately, this are things players have come to expect from online casinos, and that’s all that Cozyno has to offer.
Alpha, Game Tech, and their associate brands may struggle to impress much of the time in terms of how they look, and that’s a shame, but if there’s one place they tend to make up for them it’s within the selection of games they have on offer.
This theme is one that continues with Cozyno, where there is a myriad of excellent games to choose from, from a selection of software developers that includes BetSoft, BG, Booongo, ELK Studios, Extreme Live Gaming, Felix Gaming, Fugaso, GameART, GameScale, LuckyStreak, MrSlotty, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, Play'n GO, Playson, SA Gaming, SG Digital, and Spinomenal.
When you’re dealing with games coming from that many different directions, you know you’re going to have a lot to choose from, and whether you’re one for video slots, classic slots, jackpot slots, table and card games, video poker, live casino games, scratchcards, or micro bet options, you will find them all at Cozyno.
Even for a site on this network there are a lot of games here, and if you are a player for whom games mean everything, Cozyno will, therefore, be a great choice. But if you like a sense of style and, dare we say, effort to your casinos, you’ll want to go elsewhere.