Oh, Game Tech group, how many extra things must be pointed out while reviewing one of your sites.
The first one is a big one, but as far as is currently known, in the past, and there is nothing to suggest it (or anything like it) is still happening, but Game Tech group were found to be using pirated NetEnt software in 2016, which is severely unethical.
As pointed out, that is in the past now, and there is nothing to say you can’t trust Game Tech to be ethical now, but there is another issue, less based on ethics, and more on content.
Basically, game Tech group is another of those networks that just rolls out identical content for every single site, meaning that the only difference between Ramses Gold and any other site under the Game Tech umbrella is how it looks, which is a little disappointing really.
It also means that Ramses Gold can expect to split its audience, so the site will never really get the chance to rise to the heights it may do if the games on offer were any different from any of its brethren sites.
Design and theme
If the only way that Ramses Gold can stand out is through its design, then it is definitely going to do that, and it does so by taking one of the most popular themes for online casino games, and translating it to an entire site.
Ramses Gold is based around the theme of Ancient Egypt, and, of course, gold, but the designers have made the sensible choice of making gold the secondary colour, because people have tried gold sites before, and they really do not look pretty.
The design itself is impressive, incorporating imagery that matches the theme, as well as images from the most popular games on the site, many of which are also available vie one-click access from the homepage for those who don’t like waiting.
A pretty site, that shows you what it has to offer from the outset, this is a really well executed design, it’s just a shame that this is the only unique aspect of the Ramses Gold site.
If this is your first experience with a Game Tech site, then it is worth pointing out that the games that are rolled out across all the sites are of the highest quality, and come from some of the biggest names in software development, including 1X2gaming, Amatic Industries, Amaya, BetSoft, ELK Studios, Extreme Live Gaming, GameART, GameScale, Nektan, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, Novomatic, and Thunderkick. It is just disappointing that there is no variety between sites in the group.
Gaming types are also of the widest variety here, with classic slots, video slots, and jackpot slots present to whet the appetite of the spins fan, while a smorgasbord of different types of table and card game, including video poker in an array of forms, are here for the traditionalist.
Instant win fans can enjoy a handful of scratch card games, while micro bet and action games finish off the list and add a little something different from those who need a break from slots and table play.
It’s an excellent selection of games, and that should not be ignored, but it’s the same one as you’ll find at a bunch of other sites, so when it comes to Ramses Gold specifically, it’s about whether you like Ancient Egypt, because if you don’t, there’s a site somewhere offering exactly the same content with a look that suits you.