If you're looking for a well-run instant-play casino for mobile or desktop, Mr Smith is it.Senior Editor
Despite the name, and the ‘Spitfire’ target logo, Mr Smith isn’t all that English. In fact, the revamped Harry’s Casino – launched in 2014 – is part of a Scandinavian online gambling chain.
Marketing tricks aside, Mr Smith is packed with lovely games, a slick lobby and interface, and some decent promotions for new players.
- Some of the best software developers around
- Great Live Casino and table games
- Good support 24/7
- Still only a year old so not enough time to build a reputation
- Only no-download options available
Range of Games
Top jackpot slots are what Mr Smith are all about. NetEnt, Microgaming and Crytpologic slots are all available in the lobby. Big progressives like NetEnt’s Starburst and Microgaming’s The Dark Knight regularly pay out tonnes of big prizes.
Most slots are available for play-money just by tapping on the game logos and there’s a handy ‘Collections’ tab which lists games under theme.
Elsewhere, there’s a standard selection of table games like European Roulette and Caribbean Stud. However, the Live Casino is great and there’s a top selection of blackjack variants like Pontoon and Blackjack Flash. There’s also a handful of instant games and bingo.
The usual range of reliable deposit methods is available at Mr Smith. VISA, MasterCard, NETELLER, Skrill, paysafecard, entropay and Click2Pay can be used to fund players’ accounts.
If you’re looking for a well-run instant-play casino for mobile or desktop, Mr Smith is it.
The lobby is well-organised, with games easy to access, but the Cashier and Promotions buttons need to be more accessible. And with no running promotions when we reviewed the site, it’s hard to really get too excited about the extras. Here’s hoping that Mr Smith offer more to their new players before 2016 comes around.