Comeon are one of the new kids on the British gambling block and they are growing all the time. They embrace the fact that they are new and focus on being fun, light-hearted and modern. Sample quote: “We are located on a former British colony, namely Malta. It’s in the middle of the Mediterranean, close to Italy. Maybe your grandparents have been on holiday here.”
My grandparents have indeed been to Malta, where Comeon are licensed and regulated by the island’s Lotteries and Gaming Authority, but despite their Maltese base Comeon are essentially a British company. They also now hold a UK license for customers betting from the United Kingdom. They were founded in 2009 and went fully live the following year so it is no surprise to see they are not quite as developed as some of the high street big boys who have histories going back 100 years or more. That said, they are fast learners and we like what we see and are confident you will too.
Their casino utilises the software of multiple companies to offer a wide range of games. It is available to play in instant mode, with no download of software required and uses games from NetEnt, Microgaming, CTXM and Sheriff Gaming, the latter being renowned for their amazing 3D slots.
As said, Comeon are new and because of that they cannot compete at the moment with the very best around. They offer sports betting, an online casino and a poker room and the range of sports and markets is not as great as you would get elsewhere. One big issue for some punters will be the lack of racing, with no horse racing at all at present, although this may be added in the coming months.
However, most of the essentials are there, with a decent mobile site, a reasonable in-play console that is easy to use and a website that is as functional and easy on the eye as any. Moreover, they have some nice, interesting features that you can see are a result of their fresh, modern approach. The fact that you can complete the wagering on the sportsbook or casino is nice, the short sign up form is a good time saving option and the customer service callback option is another example of putting the customer first.
Comeon are definitely worth a try, not least for the mobile offer and sign up bonus. If you’re looking for somewhere fun and friendly to bet Comeon could be the place – just don’t expect all the extras you might get elsewhere.
There are more than 350 games available at ComeOn Casino, including around 230 slots, 18 versions of roulette and blackjack and almost 30 progressive jackpot games offering huge prizes. The wide range of games is the main benefit of using numerous software companies and another plus of ComeOn is that they also offer a good range of tournaments that are often free to enter but offer cash prizes. Another nice little feature is the My Casino section that allows you to easily see what games you have played recently and find your favourites.
They also offer an excellent help section with useful FAQs, although we would like to see 24 hour customer service added. The opening hours of 8.30am to 11.30pm will cover most people but – though the callback service is a welcome innovation – these days 24/7 customer support is expected from the top casinos.
ComeOn recently added a mobile site and this works well enough, with all apple and Android devices supported, as well as others, although phones using Chrome and Firefox will not work. All in all ComeOn is an excellent choice for players, especially those who like fun and exciting games and the occasional sports bet too. The lack of regular offers is a negative but this may change as they grow their client base, but in the meantime the superb ComeOn! Points scheme offers plenty of rewards to existing players.