Omni Slots is an online casino established in 2015 that runs on a multi-software platform offering games from a variety of suppliers. It is operated by Dialinvest International N.V. and is registered under the jurisdiction of Curaçao. Last Updated: November 1, 2020.
In my years playing casino games online, I have seen a consistent trend of casinos beginning to offer larger and more diverse slots libraries to their customers, given the immense popularity of video slots among players. This happens to be the case with Omni Slots. The casino first opened its doors in 2015 and is not related to the longstanding Playtech casino called Omni Casino. I was eager to test out the casino, given its large gaming library and reasonable terms on promotions that it offers.
Omni Slots Casino delivers its games through a browser-based interface and has games supplied by Net Entertainment, Amatic, Betsoft, Microgaming Quickfire, and Endorphina. The casino has a bright and intuitive gaming platform, and I found the registration and deposit process to be very simple as it only required a few minutes of my time to get up and running. I also was able to get mobile games up and running on my iPad, and though not as extensive as the computer selection, I was impressed with the selection of games I can now play on the go.
There are hundreds of games available to be played at Omni Slots, the vast majority of which are video slot machines. The games are presented in a grid formation that displays game logos rather than screenshots. There is no text description for each game so you have to scan the logos, though thankfully there is a quick search box that allows you to search for a game by name and see the results more or less instantly.
The slot machines available range from 3D styled games from Betsoft such as Paco and the Popping Peppers and Boomanji to licensed games such as Microgaming's Bridesmaids. Classic style slots are more limited, but there are still 24 different 3-reel style games available and they are split between the classic and fruit style tabs on the casino's main page. If you like to gamble for progressive jackpots, Omni Slots also offers large cash prizes from both Microgaming and Betsoft, including the very large Mega Moolah and Major Millions prizes.
Although the main focus at Omni Slots, there are is also a good selection of table games, video poker, keno, and bingo titles on offer that is pretty extensive. The casino has 36 table games in its library, including blackjack, roulette, baccarat, craps, and various poker titles. Video poker games available include Deuces Wild, Jacks or Better, All American Poker, and a few others.
Banking at Omni Slots Casino is decent, as the casino allows players to deposit money via credit card, e-wallets, and Bitcoin. Though you can't actually play with or withdraw in Bitcoin, as your funds are converted into your chosen account currency. Withdrawal methods are more limited and include just bank wire, Neteller, and Skrill. The casino has a policy of limiting withdrawals to €5,000 per day and €25,000 per month, which are mid-range these days - definitely bigger compared to some casinos I have played at recently. I have confirmed with the casino that progressive jackpot wins are paid directly from the network suppliers, and the casino's payout limits do not apply to those big wins.
As for withdrawal speed, I made a test withdrawal and it was held pending for almost 2 days before being paid. During that time I was not asked to supply proof of identification, but this may possibly be because I did not claim a bonus and only deposited and withdrew a small amount. You are able to verify your account by uploading a copy of a utility bill and/or photo id directly through the website using an encrypted connection, which is far better than sending it via email.
Customer support is available via email and instant message, with the chat function operating 24 hours a day. My personal experience with the support was reasonably positive, as I was able to get a fast response and have questions pertaining to deposit and bonus terms answered by casino staff. However they were unable to give me an answer as to whether the monthly withdrawal limit applies to progressive jackpot wins.
Omni Slots is a secure casino that encrypts player information moving back and forth from the site via an SSL connection at all times. The casino also provides information to players about steps they can take to keep their information secure and safe. Its games suppliers are subject to auditing by both Gaming Labs and iTech Labs, ensuring that the games are fair and safe for players. However Omni Slots does not publish any payout figures for its games, nor any monthly payout audits.
The casino is licensed to operate from Curacao under the common AntillePhone master gaming license 8048/JAZ. I regard this as insignificant as it tells you nothing about the credibility of the casino or its operations due to the ease with which such a license can be acquired, and the lack of any serious regulation enforced on Curacao licensed casinos.
While the casino has the standard page with warnings about problem gambling and links to help organisations, it does not really follow up on this with any control over your play in the account settings. I could see no deposit or wager limit controls, nor any way to control session time limits or request self exclusion, other than contacting customer support.
I liked a lot of what I saw at Omni Slots Casino, especially the site's large gaming library and reasonable bonus terms. It is a little rough around the edges though compared to some of the top range casinos, with the withdrawal limits and lack of responsible gambling controls two things that could definitely be improved on.