02Apr/16

All Star Slots Casino review

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Screenshot All Star Slots Casino
Screenshot All Star Slots Casino
  • Currencies: 
    dollar
  • Payouts: 
    96.07%
  • USA Players: 
    Yes
  • Support: 
    live chat, email, phone

What could be more American than a logo with a red, white and blue star, three bells and a name that brings to mind an all-star sports lineup? What about throwing in a little bit of risk-taking and entertainment? All Star Slots online casino lives up to its name and logo by presenting some of the hottest slot machines available along with some lively table and card games, a bingo parlor and other attractions. While this casino, inspired by Real Time Gaming programming, only uses U.S. dollars as currency, it still accepts all players, whether within the U.S. or not.

All Star Slots is more than just one-armed bandits, though there are plenty to try out. The casino spins up classic three-reel slots, three-reelers with bonus rounds, video slot machines with second-screen bonus games, and progressive jackpots that are connected to other RTG casinos. Players can try a few spins on the American football-themed Field of Green machine, or try to strike it rich on the gold prospector-themed Paydirt slot.

Beyond the slot machines lies the area called specialty games. This includes scratch tickets, the two versions of roulette, Sic Bo, EURO Slot Poker, craps, keno and bingo. Table game fans can then play through the 16 different games, which include six types of blackjack, the three main Caribbean card games, Vegas Three-Card Rummy and Tri-Card Poker, Pai Gow, war and baccarat.

Like most online casinos, All Star Slots offers a little kickback for players to sign up for accounts in the form of a welcome bonus. Here, it is a 100 percent matching bonus for all first deposits up to $787. Players must place bets equal to 20 time the bonus and deposit amount combined on video slot machines or 50 times on specific table games.

All players become eligible for a VIP reward program where wagering accumulates points, and points mean perks for the player. Every $10 bet in all games is equal to one point, and 100 points can be turned in for $1 in playing chips.

Then, gamers can check back every so often through the cashier tab in the casino or through the Web site to find out more about daily and weekly promotions offered on a limited time basis. These will have associated bonus codes that entitle the account holder to percentage bonuses or matching bonuses on deposits. Some promotions may have different codes for those who want to spend their time on the slots and video poker machines, whether they want to play only at the tables, or want the freedom to wander virtually around the entire casino with their cash. The cashier will explain how to redeem each code as it becomes available.

If anyone needs more info on bonus codes, technical issues with the casino software or simply have a banking question, they can turn to the casino’s 24-hour tech support options. A live chat operator is on hand at all times and players can connect to them through the chat box on the site. Or, players can turn to the toll free telephone help line, the message box which will prompt a reply through Email, or even use the most traditional—if slowest method—of writing to the casino’s U.K. headquarters.

Most banking issues can be sorted out through the cashier’s tab, without resorting to tech support. Deposits are quick and simple for experienced online gamblers, but easy to set up for the beginner. Banking options for deposits include ECO Card, NETeller, Moneybookers, Click2Pay, MyPayLinQ, major credit cards and InstaDebit. To withdraw funds, players can generally use the same banking options as they used to deposit, with the exception of credit cards, which cannot draw funds. For those people, alternatives like wire transfer and checks delivered by courier are available. The minimum deposit amount is $20 per transaction, while the maximum is $1,000 for all options except NETeller, which is unlimited. To withdraw money, the minimum is usually $20, except for check, wire transfers and ACH which require at least $350. The maximum withdrawal amount each week is $4,000.