Queenplay Casino Review
This is my review of Queenplay Casino.
I have recently been writing my experiences about several online casinos with the names of monarchs in them. I would estimate that there are around 9,827 online casinos with word king somehow fitted in them (an exaggeration, of course!), but female rulers do not seem to make the cut nearly as often… Then again, I do not believe this to be a sign of toxic masculinity or anything like that—there simply have never been that many female monarchs in the world!
Queenplay Casino was established in 2020 by a company called Marketplay LTD. Even though this company name might not ring a bell for that many of our readers, many more will undoubtedly recognise the name Aspire Global International LTD. Queenplay Casino is operating under the Aspire platform and thus looks almost identical to dozens of other online casinos like it!
How good is this female leader? Join me to find out!
Looks and feel of Queenplay Casino
As I already hinted, casinos operating on the Aspire platform tend to look quite similar to one another. Queenplay makes no exception to this despite the image of a purple-haired woman with a crown on her head picture at the top of the page. This queen definitely looks like she has some weird stuff on her mind. She may have inherited the crown, but judging by her mischievous smile, I would not be so sure that she is fit to be a leader…
In addition to this weird wench, Queenplay has spiced things up by using a cotton candy-like pink colour as the main colour of the site. This makes for an interesting and entertaining feel!
Bonuses and rewards
No matter what the theme, Aspire’s welcome offers are almost always the same. With Queenplay, you can expect to get a 100% bonus up to 200 plus a bunch of free spins to go along with it! What is more, the wagering requirements at these casinos are generally very good with only 35-time wagering required in order to cash out on your winnings. These are just some of the things that I do mind Aspire copying for each of their many online casinos!
Being that Queenplay has so many sister casinos, there is one thing that really bugs me with all of them. That is the lack of a proper game provider-based search where you could easily find all of your favourite games instead of having to find them based on their name alone. Luckily, there should still be around 1,000 games here for you to take your pick from, including hits from NetEnt, Play’n GO, Pragmatic Play, Microgaming, ELK Studios, Quickspin and Big Time Gaming alike.
Those looking to spend some quality time with live casinos games will be pleased to find out that Queenplay Casino has tons from Evolution Gaming. You simply cannot find a lot more comprehensive selection that his right here!
Safety and security
No matter whether you are from the United Kingdom or just about any other part of the world, you can rest assured that the licenses from both the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority will have your back at Queenplay. There should be no safety concerns whatsoever for those opting to play here. Aspire casinos always operate to the highest of standards!
Banking options at Queenplay Casino
Most of the usual payment methods can be found from Queenplay, including Skrill, PayPal, Mastercard and Paysafecard. Withdrawals will take a few days to appear on your bank account, though, which is mainly due to Queenplay putting your fresh requests in a 2-day queue before processing them. This is one of those things that I wish Aspire would get rid of and just get on with the times…
Live chatting, email support and phone support are all available at Queenplay. Customer support is not open 24/7, but the hours are still good enough with only a few hours of downtime per day.
My experience at Queenplay Casino
If you have visited Aspire online casinos before, Queenplay will not be offering you anything new—except for another good welcome bonus for you to take advantage of. On a scale from one to five, I would probably give Queenplay something close to four. This is a great casino, although nothing unusual at all.