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    Supreme Play Casino

    Claim a 333% bonus at Supreme Play casino.

    Players from Australia accepted

    • Download Rival powered software to your desktop to play.
    • Claim a 333% bonus worth up to $888 when you join.
    • Play slots from NetEnt including Gypsy Rose and Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde.
    • Live casino staffed by real dealers offering games such as craps and roulette.

    Supreme Play Casino Review

    Supreme Play is a place where supreme women and supreme gentlemen go to play. It’s also a place where you go to collect supreme a 333% deposit match when you join. There are live dealer games, slots and progressive jackpots with a total pot that can exceed £2,000,000.

    Mobile friendly and available in half a dozen languages, Supreme Play certainly looks like the real deal. This feels like a modern British casino, and yet its customer support number would suggest otherwise.


    About Supreme Play

    Supreme Play is operated by Cyberrock Entertainment N.V. who are registered in Curacao. They hold a gaming license issued by the government of Curacao. The site claims to have been in business for over a decade and to be ran by an experienced team of online gaming experts. As is usually the case at online casinos, the identity of these experts is not revealed. The casino’s software is powered by Rival, who are a respected name in the business, and there’s customer support that’s available 24/7 including telephone, email and live chat.

    Supreme Banking

    Supreme Play is keen to emphasise the security of its website, particularly when it comes to making financial transactions. Encryption is used to ensure that customer details remain private at all times. The site accepts a number of major currencies including the US dollar, South African rand, Euro, British pound and Australian dollar and the minimum transaction is $30.

    Your deposit options consist of Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Skrill, Neteller, UpayCard, ClickandBuy, UseMyBank, Paysafecard, iDeal, Giropay and a couple of other regional bank transfer methods.

    As for withdrawals, your options are limited to Eco Card, ClickandBuy, UpayCard, Neteller, Skrill and UseMyBank. It can take up to three days before withdrawal requests are processed. The FAQ page on the site touches on payment information, but it doesn’t provide much else to go on; Supreme Play’s FAQ is slender to the point of anorexia.

    Getting Started

    It’s not immediately apparent from looking at the site, but Supreme Play operates a download model. In other words, you’ll need to have their Rival powered software on your desktop in order to access the casino games. Most sites that look as slick as Supreme Play have an instant play option, but not here.

    To get started you can either sign up on the website or firstly download the software and sign in that way. Either way, the process shouldn’t take long, after which the only thing standing between you and the suite of inviting casino games calling your name is the small matter of making your first deposit.

    Supreme Bonuses

    The first promotion to claim when you join is the 333% first deposit match that enables you to receive up to $888. That’s a generous bonus, whatever way you look at it, one that comfortably exceeds the amount of bonus cash dispensed by most online casinos. What’s more, this cash comes with a cashback promise; if you’re unsuccessful, you’ll be given your deposit back to play with again. Can’t say fairer than that. To claim this deal, you’ll need to download the casino’s software to your desktop.

    Aside from the welcome bonus, there’s a surprising lack of bonuses and promotions to be found at  Supreme Play. The only other offer of note is the casino’s Blackjack Nights. These are held every Thursday from 7pm, where every wager will be accompanied by a 101% match bonus. What’s more, if you lose your money at the blackjack table, you’ll be consoled with a $21 free chip bonus, to be used the next time you return to the table.

    Supreme Play Casino Bonus & Promotion

    First Deposit

    All About the Slots

    Supreme Play is all about slots, slots and more slots. There’s other games to be played too, but the slots are what hog the limelight. They dominate the featured games section, where titles such as Loco 7s, Arabian Tales, Whale O’ Winnings and Snow Wonder can be seen alongside the likes of Rooks Revenge, Black Gold and Enchanted. Alongside the thumbnail for each game, the number of paylines it has is displayed, giving players an indication of how many ways there are to win and potentially how much can be wagered on each spin.

    Supreme Slots

    Despite looking like a modern casino, Supreme Play uses the language of older casinos when it comes to categorising its slots. Only casinos that rely on downloadable software see fit to divide their slots into i-Slots, video slots and 3D slots, subsections which most modern casinos dispense with altogether. Whatever the case, these various sections – plus another one reserved for 3-reel slots – are stocked with a fair selection of games, including a number of excellent titles.

    i-Slots is probably the weakest section; As The Reels Turn, Fixer Upper and Hole in Won may be popular at casinos of this ilk, but that doesn’t mean they’re any good. Certainly the graphics aren’t much to shout about, and the features are generic and uninspiring for the most part. Thankfully the 3D slots are on hand to save the day. They look much better, with the likes of NetEnt chipping in to provide games of a higher calibre. The likes of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, Fruit Zen and Gypsy Rose can hold their own against anything out there. What’s more, the 3D slots seem to be available for instant play in-browser, a provision that Supreme Play neglected to make mention of anywhere else on its site.

    Progressive Titles

    In terms of progressive games, there are just four titles to choose from: Major Moolah, Money Magic, One Million Reels BC and Strike Gold. As jackpot slots go these aren’t the best, but they’ll have to do. Making up the remainder of the games on the site is a few video poker titles such as Aces and Faces and Deuces Wild.

    There are also table games including a live dealer section offering blackjack, craps and roulette. Throw in a handful of 30-ball and 80-ball bingo games plus a few scratch cards such as Cast For Cash and Gunslingers Gold, and you’ve got a pretty good all-round casino that covers most bases. The slots range in quality from mediocre to excellent, while the remaining games are all of a decent calibre.

    Supreme Conclusion

    Supreme Play is a good casino provided you’re content to play on your desktop. That’s fine if you own a PC or laptop, but not much use if you’re looking to play on mobile or tablet. Moreover, while there appears to be a limited range of instant play games, it isn’t clear exactly how many there are available and whether Supreme Play is worth signing up for purely to access the instant play games. After all, the welcome bonus – which at 333% is extremely generous – appears to be available only to desktop PC players.

    As for the games themselves, there’s more than enough here to content the average player. Sure, there are casinos with a greater selection of games, but quantity isn’t everything. What there is to be found at Supreme Play is predominantly good, the live casino and 3D slots especially, while the more disappointing games can simply be avoided.



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