Royal House Casino Review
One would be forgiven for assuming that the days of black and gold coloured, affluent themed online casinos would be over, given that there is no shortage of them that have already be released, in fact, one could describe it more as an over-abundance of casino sites with this exact same theme that have started, by this point, to feel like clones of each other.
However, whether it is because players keep going to new ones, or because online casinos are desperate to put in the least amount of effort possible to find success on the iGaming market (and it’s probably a combination of the two) they keep right on coming, and Royal House Casino, which launched in 2016, is another site that has opted for this approach.
It’s seemed successful as an idea for the ProgressPlay site so far, but that may be because of the power that ProgressPlay holds in the industry, does Royal House look likely to keep climbing the ladder? Or is the initial burst of players the best it’s going to get?
With promotions galore for existing customers which (at the time of writing) include a Game of the Week offer, a Golden Ball tournament, and more, Royal House definitely seems intent to keep its customers and even add more, but does the rest of the site keep up with the quality level?
Design and theme
Almost every black and gold site looks the same, and Royal House doesn’t change this theme much, with a slightly lighter colour of gold being the only real difference.
The logo looks exactly like you’d expect, an elegant gold emblem with RH in the middle of it, and a crown on the top, it’s about as painting-by-numbers as design gets.
Another staple design touch is too glamorous models trying their very hardest to look alluring while positioned near a roulette wheel, with a gold encrusted casino image behind them, with luxurious purple chairs around poker tables, and columns and golden doors that go as far as to make this site pretty much a parody of itself as far as aesthetics go.
It’s hard to truly explain how laughable the design is here unless you see it for yourself, the Royal House site tried so hard to look decadent and distinguished, that it ends up looking about as tacky as anything ever has.
Navigation is simple enough, but you expect that from any new casino at this point, beyond that there’s nothing that stands out here, not for a good reason at least!
There’s a pretty strong collection of games on offer here, with titles coming via 1X2 Network, Big Time Gaming, ELK Studios, Leander Games, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen Gaming, NYX Gaming, and Quickspin.
This isn’t the largest list you’ll find, and there are some big names missing at this point, but it does ensure a strong variety of top-quality games for fans of all game types.
Slots are abundant, with the biggest names, old and new, as well as a few you may not be familiar with, but, again, that’s something we’ve come to expect from online casinos.
With the classic image it goes for, you’d expect there to be a decent selection of table and card games to choose from at Royal House Casino, and there is.
Variations of poker, blackjack, roulette, and more, as well as a fair few live dealer games means that Royal House Casino has a lot to offer for players of all levels of experience, if you can see past the frankly awful design concept, and even worse execution.