Mr Green Casino is an online casino established in 2008 that runs on a multi-software platform offering games from a variety of suppliers. It is operated by Mr Green Ltd and is registered under the jurisdictions of United Kingdom, Malta, Denmark and Sweden. Last Updated: May 24, 2021.
Mr Green is an impressively presented instant play casino with a long history of professional operation. It was one of the tiny minority of casinos to attain the maximum 5 star review rating here at Casino Listings, which it held for a number of successive years. Unfortunately the casino was acquired by William Hill in late 2018, an operator that we hold in low regard due to a number of problems that have manifested in the operation of its casinos over the years, and a refusal to engage in mediation over player disputes.
Mr Green was one of the first casinos to eschew the software installer in favour of a fully browser based casino, where the entire casino and alls its games are accessible through your internet browser. These days almost every casino has gone the same way, no doubt because it makes it possible to play on Windows, Mac, Linux, or the multitude of mobile devices that are now so popular. The website is attractive and easy to navigate, primarily focussed on the games, and features a slick game selector with a variety of categories. Registration for an account is quick and easy, though they conduct account verification via SMS so if you don't have access to a mobile phone you won't be able to confirm your account to enable you to play.
Mr Green boasts a large selection of games, especially in the slot machines section. There are games from a multitude of suppliers including Microgaming, Net Entertainment, WMS, Play'n Go, Yggdrasil, and loads more. The site has a good selection of progressive jackpot games, including some with multi-million Euro prizes like Mega Moolah and Mega Fortune. There is also a table game and live dealer section that includes traditional favourites like Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Baccarat, and Caribbean Stud Poker, along with more esoteric offerings such as Sic Bo, Texas Hold'em Professional, Casino Hold'em, Red Dog, 3 Card Poker and much more. Add in video poker, parlour games, keno, and virtual horse racing and it is clear that there is a massive selection for you to enjoy.
Disappointingly I noticed a couple of the game suppliers are regarded as blacklisted here at Casino Listings: namely Betsoft and Pragmatic Play. The first of these, Betsoft, has a terrible history of malfunctions, jackpot rip-offs, and questionable licensing conduct that make us fear for the fairness of their games. Pragmatic Play on the other hand, was once known as TopGame, a supplier with such a bad reputation for its suspect games and outright rip-off white label casinos that its owners decided to create a new company with a new name and pretend that they weren't connected. As per usual, we advise you to avoid games from these suppliers.
Mr Green has a small number of banking options consisting of credit cards, a few e-wallets and bank transfers, which is more than adequate for most players. Deposits are typically handled instantly. I have made many withdrawals form this casino over the years and in most cases they have been paid within 24 hours of submission. Unfortunately Mr Green levies a 1.5% fee on withdrawals, up to a maximum of €10.
Customer support is offered via phone, live chat, and email, and is available at all times of the day or night, 7 days a week.
Mr Green's website is secured using SSL encryption, so that any data you transfer back and forth between the casino and your device cannot be stolen by a thief along the way. It holds licenses from multiple regulatory authorities including The United Kingdom Gambling Commission, Malta Gaming Authority, as well as local country-specific licenses in Denmark and Sweden. The casino discloses that player funds are held in segregated accounts that meet the requirements to be classed under the UKGC medium standards.
For the first time I can remember while signing up to an online casino, I was presented with the following question: Would you like to limit your risk? Set your weekly deposit limit here. True, most online casinos allow players to set limits on their deposits, but never in such an up front and open manner. So, a pat on the back to Mr Green for his policy which he terms "Green Gaming". The casino has also developed a tool that can analyse your risk profile and provide recommendations on how to control your activity at the casino. This is truly a useful and innovative tool that Mr Green can be proud of.
As stated above Mr Green was acquired by William Hill in late 2018. We have had William Hill and its related casinos blacklisted here at Casino Listings since way back in 2009. At the time a woman was ripped off of over $2 million on a Playtech progressive jackpot win at another casino shortly before William Hill acquired it in what proved to be a disastrous joint venture with Playtech, and it subsequently refused to pay out her balance owed. It has had numerous other operational, player, and marketing issues over the years, and refuses to engage in dialogue with us when we try to mediate in player disputes. Therefore its ownership of Mr Green is enough to lower our previously high estimation of this casino.
Overall, Mr Green is a good option for the casual player who fancies a quick bit of online casino fun without the hassles of downloads and installs. The company's commitment to responsible gaming is commendable, and the games on offer are first class. However its new ownership of William Hill does not give us confidence that we will be able to intervene should you run into any trouble that requires our help.
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