The fun and original VIP wheel is perhaps the highlight of Rizk Casino
But a chilled atmosphere is Rizk’s M.O. here. Out go endless drop-down menus and jarring graphics; in comes easy-to-navigate games and promotions and a ‘face’ – Captain Rizk – who guides customers through the various offers the site has.
The casino is licensed in Malta and the UK under MT SecureTrade – the same operator behind the giant Guts name – and has all the requisite features you’d expect from a modern online casino: lots of deposit options, plenty of jackpot games, and an interesting twist on the VIP scheme. Let’s take a closer look.
- Easy to use
- Fun atmosphere and interesting marketing
- Exciting VIP promos like Wheel of Rizk
- 24/7 live chat on-site
- No download client for desktop or mobile
- Processing fees on cards and e-Wallets
Range of Games
Rizk has hundreds of top slots games from developers as diverse as NetEnt, Microgaming, and NYX. Helpfully, you can filter the lobby by developer or plump for ‘Captain Rizk’s Picks’, ‘English favourites’, or ‘Rising Stars’.
Jackpot hounds will enjoy around 20 progressives including Mega Fortune, Mega Moolah and Arabian Nights, while table games fans can enjoy several Blackjack variants, a modest Live Dealer casino, and interesting additions like Poker 3 Heads-Up Hold’em.
Rizk Casino’s big promo highlight, however, is the Wheel of Rizk. This is a neat loyalty-style scheme which features a ‘Rizk Power Bar’ that fills up every time you gamble on the site. Once the bar is filled, the Wheel of Rizk is activated.
There’s a predictable range of deposit options at Rizk, including the usual suspects of MasterCard, VISA and Skrill. Annoying fees apply, unfortunately, like a 2.5% fee for using MasterCard or VISA. There’s also a £2.50 fee when withdrawing via wallets, bank transfer or card.
The fun and original VIP wheel is perhaps the highlight of Rizk Casino, but there are too many question marks over the rest of the site. Where are the native mobile options and download desktop clients? Why are there such restrictive fees for players using cards and e-Wallets?
If you’re a fan of big BetSoft, Microgaming and NetEnt slots you’ll find enough to pass the time. Just don’t plan too many cash withdrawals.