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All Slots is an online casino regulated under the Malta Gaming Authority and powered by Microgaming. The casino has a mobile-compatible design and operates without lags and issues on most Android/iOS devices, with a large array of HTML5 games for all preferences. The All Slots application can be downloaded and installed on a device and, alternatively, you can play it instantly in a web browser. Free gaming (for fun credits) is available for nearly all games, however, the mobile version of the casino accepts only real cash for betting purposes. Since the casino bears the eCOGRA Seal of Approval, all the games in its collection are provably fair. The site features lots of tutorials and articles themed around casinos and games in general, and covering many facets of online gambling such as progressive jackpots, instant-play games and strategies.

Banking

The casino offers a variety of safe and secure payment methods available in Canada. These include, amongst others, VISA/MasterCard, ClickandBuy, Skrill and instant banking. A $5000 weekly withdrawal limit is applied only to transactions that exceed lifetime deposits of the player five times. In all other cases, no limits are imposed on cashing out funds. If you have a pending withdrawal, all deposits that you make into your casino account are subject to a 5% fee, except for some situations (see their T&C webpage for more details).

Games

All Slots has a Microgaming’s suite of games that are famous for their absolute quality and variety as per design, features, themes and betting options. As of writing this review, they had 275+ slots (80+ of them are classic machines), 30 blackjack variations, 10 roulette variations, 25+ video poker games, 20 scratch cards and 30+ casual games. Slots featuring a progressive jackpot are posted in a dedicated section called Progressive. It contains around 15 globally known jackpot slots such as Mega Moolah, Cash Splash, Major Millions and Fruit Fiesta. The page containing slots has lots of helpful links to other casino web pages that explain various aspects of slot machines. When entering the casino lobby, you will see some slots have a snowflake or fire icons on them. These are typical markers of so called “cold” and “hot” slots. “Cold” games are the ones that are currently paying much less than they are expected to, so big chances are that this losing streak is about to end soon and players would hit decent wins. Conversely, “hot” games are currently generating much higher wins than they are supposed to do, so if a user manages to spin until the winning streak ends, he has the chance to win big.

Bonuses

New players get a welcome package that comprises match bonuses on the first four deposits, totaling $1600. The wagering requirement for each bonus is x40 before the amount can be used for betting or withdrawn. In addition, a new user is given 30 free spins on a selected slot plus 70 more free spins on three subsequent bonuses in the welcome package. A user is provided with two unique options of how to wager casino bonuses. If selecting a Protected Bonus mode, all wagers will be deducted from the cash balance first until the completion of the wagering requirement. If a Percentage Tracking mode is chosen, a bet will be deducted from the cash and bonus balance in equal parts. Both modes have pros and cons, therefore, you should think this through and make a proper pick that suits you best. At All Slots, they organize regular promotions that normally run for about a month and have huge cash prizes or other awards such as an exotic safari trip for two or an entry ticket to an incredible NYE party. Just check out their Promotions page to find current offers and this can be another incentive for you to get registered at All Slots. Finally, the casino has a fairly typical reward program based on comp points. A 1-dollar bet on slots adds 1 loyalty point, and 1000 points are then exchanged into $1.