Mega Casino is a Skill On Net project that features the operator’s familiar design and layout, as well as its devotion to offering stacked games rooms packed with jackpots. I have reviewed a number of Skill On Net casinos in the past—some have fared poorly but most have received high scores, including the excellent PlayOJO.
This site has been around since 2013, but if you’re new to it, there could be a welcome bonus waiting for you when you sign up.
Mega Casino offers up to £50 to all new members who deposit £10 or more. It’s a 100% matched deposit offer and there is a wagering requirement that’s fixed at 30x but applies to both the bonus and the deposit amount, turning it into a 60x wagering requirement. You have 30 days to meet this requirement and the most you can wager on a single bet during this period is 10% or £5.
There is also a bonus that offers 100 free spins on the Book of Dead slot, a Play’n GO classic that you’ve almost certainly played by now and are probably sick of. You need to deposit £10 or more to qualify for these spins and they have a value of £0.10 each. As with the matched deposit bonus, there is a wagering requirement of 60x and this applies to all free spin winnings.
You can only collect one Skill On Net welcome bonus every 72 hours, so if you’re checking out many casinos and collecting multiple bonuses (including PlayOJO, Spin Genie, and ICE36) you may need to wait for a few days.
Skill On Net does a very good job of keeping loyal players busy with a glut of promotions. There are chances to secure free spins and reload offers, but the most notable of these promotions for me are the tournaments. Known as Mega Tournaments, they are real money slot leaderboard promotions that are open to all players.
Just check the tournament section when you log in and see what’s available. If you find an active tournament, be sure to check the terms and conditions to learn the rules. They usually require you to spend a specific amount of money on a certain slot or group of slots. You will then earn points based on your wagers or win ratios, and these points will determine your place on a leaderboard. If you finish in the highest places on that leaderboard, you could walk away with a prize.
The exact size of that prize will vary. There are also big differences between the length of these tournaments and the slots that you need to play. Check the terms and conditions to get the full details.
Mega Casino has a Prize Twister promotion, which is a type of bonus wheel that you can spin every Wednesday when you log in and deposit.
Skill On Net doesn’t do things by half when it comes to games and there are over 5,000 of these to choose from on Mega Casino. These games span popular features like Megaways, Dream Drop, Cluster Pays, and Cash Collect & Link. There are a lot of progressive jackpot games too, including the Age of the Gods series from Playtech and the Jackpot King series from Blueprint Gaming, the latter of which is a personal favourite of mine, as it’s the only time I’ve ever actually unlocked the jackpot game. I didn’t win anything, and to be honest, I was new to the game and didn’t even realise it was the jackpot game, but for a few seconds I was an unwitting participant in a game that could have paid off my mortgage.
I also really like the graphics and gameplay on Blueprint’s titles and for me, they will always be leagues ahead of the world-famous jackpot games offered by Microgaming.
You’ll also find a wide selection of slots from Slingo and NetEnt, while Evolution Gaming and Playtech keep things interesting in the live casino, offering a huge selection of live table games and live game shows, including The Greatest Cards Show Live, Lightning Roulette, Blaze Live Roulette, Mega Wheel, Crazy Time, and Infinite Blackjack, to name just a few.
Mega Casino Review Summary
It’s hard to pick fault with a site that offers over 5,000 games. It would be easier if the bonuses were subpar, but there are no complaints from me in that department. The only downsides here are the same issues I’ve highlighted with other Skill On Net sites, including a desktop design that just looks like a zoomed-in version of a mobile casino and a live chat feature that is only available to members and only when they log in. The design of the site in general isn’t great, especially when compared to other Skill On Net sites. Too simple. Too dull. Too dated.
But these are minor things and they won’t bother the average player. So, check it out. If you have recently joined another Skill On Net site and collected one of the bonuses, remember to give it a few days before you try your luck with this one.
- Huge Slots Selection
- Lots of Live Casino Games
- Simple Layout
- Lots of Loyalty Promotions
- Many Jackpot Games
- Limited Live Chat
At a Glance
- Owner: Skill On Net
- Payment Options: PayPal, Debit, Apple Pay, Paysafecard, Skrill, Trustly
- First Launched: 2013
- Games: 5,000+
- Licence Holder:
Skill On Net Limited
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Mega Casino FAQ
How Do I Contact Mega Casino Customer Support?
Live chat and email support are both available. Everyone can use the latter by emailing [email protected], but only logged-in members can use live chat.
What are the Site’s Support Hours?
The website states that user assistance is available 24/7, but it also makes it clear that live chat is only available from 6 am to midnight, so I’m not sure who’s providing that assistance during those early morning hours.
What is Prize Twister?
Prize Twister is a bonus wheel that appears on multiple Skill On Net casinos. You will be given spins of the wheel every now and then and can win cash, bonus credits, and free spins. In that sense, it’s a lot like the Mega Reel and Mega Wheel promotions found on Jumpman Gaming Casinos.
Does Mega Casino Run Verification Checks?
Like all UK casinos, it will run a soft credit check when you sign up and this should be enough to verify your identity. However, additional documents may be requested and the site can also run affordability checks. Although it might seem like they are doing it to annoy you, it’s all part of the regulatory requirements.