Casino Action Review

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Casino Action is one of the latest additions to the Casino Rewards group which was established way back in 1999. The group manages 30 online casinos within its network, and playing in any of them awards VIP points which are accumulated in one central account for you to use where you please.

Having opened its virtual door in 2004, Casino Action has partnered up with Microgaming to provide an amazing collection of 600+ casino games. Welcome package of up to £1,250 is there to help you start gambling in style, and the network’s loyalty program in place to reward your loyalty. Casino Action speaks 11 languages and makes its multilingual support team available 24/7, reachable via live chat, toll free telephone and email.

Security of the online gaming is ensured by sticking to standards and rules of the UK Gambling Commission and the Maltese Gaming Authority which have issued the Casino its operating licenses, and SSL encryption is implemented to protect your financial transactions and other sensitive details. The website additionally displays eCogra Safe & Secure seal of approval which further supports the claim of being a safe and fair gaming environment.

Promotions & Bonuses

Once you register, a first deposit of £40 or more makes you eligible for a 100% match Bonus up to £150. The following deposit allows you to claim 50% up to £200, the third 25% up to £500, the fourth 50% up to £250, and the fifth will once again award 100% match up to £150. Altogether, there’s as much as £1,250 to be picked up in welcome bonuses. While the first deposit bonus comes with a 30x play-through requirements, the other 4 will have to be wagered 60 times before you can make a withdrawal. Wagering on slots will count 100% towards the play-through requirements, Table Poker will contribute 50%, Baccarat and most of Blackjack games 10%, and Roulette and the majority of Video Pokers 2%.

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The more you play, the higher you will climb in the Casino Rewards Loyalty Program which features 6 levels. Accumulated points can be exchanged for casino credits, but only once you’ve collected a minimum of 1,000. Exchange rate is £1 for 100 points. Increasing your VIP status unlocks Lucky VIP Jackpots, allows you to use more and bigger bonuses, gives access to exclusive games, and provides a few additional treats.

Prizes can additionally be won by participating in tournaments which take place on regular basis. Prize pots range from £50, as in currently active 3-hour freeroll, and up to £20,000 offered in the Monthly Monster 7-day event.


Casino Action SoftwareCasino Action is powered by Microgaming software and this is the only developer whose games you’ll get to play. Fortunately, the Casino has chosen one of the best in the business so that being a single-provider venue doesn’t necessarily count as negative. In order to access the games, you can either download the casino software, or use Flash version to play directly in your browser. The difference will be huge in terms of number of games you get to play, ranging from only about 120 to as many as 600. Download process is very fast and easy, though the software itself is not the fastest one we’ve experienced so far.

The portfolio you see while playing online is exactly what you’ll find when you move your gaming to a smaller screen of an Android, iOS or Windows mobile device. However you choose to access Casino Action, no free play will be allowed; if you want to enjoy the games offered, you’ll have to register and make a deposit first.


Casino Action GamesIf your favorite casino entertainment is all about spinning the reels, you’ll be delighted with a choice of 100+ classic and 350 video slots. The best that MIcrogaming has produced over the years is accounted for, from the likes of Immortal Romance, Avalon, Supe It Up and Game of Thrones, to the brand new Pollen Party and Emperor of the Sea. Social element is added via several multiplayer games, and a chance to compete with other players through a variety of slot tournaments. A good selection of progressives includes £8+ million Mega Moolah, with a jackpot which is guaranteed never to drop below £1 million.

Fans of table games can take advantage of a large Blackjack collection and an even bigger Video Poker library. Among 44 Blackjack variants you’ll find Bonus Blackjack, Big 5, Spanish and Triple Sevens, while Tens or Better Power Poker, All Aces, Bonus Deuces Wild and Deuces & Joker are a few of 60 Video Poker games available. The choice is much more limited when it comes to Roulette, Baccarat and table Poker.


Casino Action has a done a good job in providing an attractive gaming catalogue, both by ensuring there is plenty to choose from whichever category you look at, as well as by choosing Microgaming as their software provider. What’s more, the games can be enjoyed with a complete piece of mind thanks to UKGC and Maltese licenses, plus various security measures implemented. And while the generous welcome offer is well appreciated, there are a few things we’ve not enjoyed as much.

The difference in number of games available to play instantly vs download is very big, basically forcing the players to burden their computers with yet another piece of software. When it comes to promotions, this operator actually has more than the website reveals, which we find to be a bit odd. Surely the promotional offer is yet another hook to bring new players on board and old ones coming back?

Withdrawal requests are kept pending for 2 working days, and the minimum amount you’re allowed to collect is £50, which is a bit on a high side. Taking into account the pro’s and con’s, whether Casino Action is the right gaming partner for you or not depends on your priorities – is it the games you care primarily about, or is it an open and transparent communication and favorable banking terms?