UK Casino Reviews

This site offers UK casino reviews, written by independent journalists, for real casinos, online casinos and mobile phone casinos. It is aimed at all levels of player from somebody who has never set foot in a casino before, through to regular casino goers contemplating a visit to a new establishment. The same applies to online casinos (played from your desktop or PC browser) and mobile casinos (played on your phone or tablet device).

Not all casinos are equal, and here at Gamble.co.uk we provide objective and unbiased reviews so that you can see which companies give you the best experience for your money. Our reviews cover all of the options available to players in the UK, so whether you are most interested in playing at real, online or mobile casinos, we have all the information you need to minimise wasted time and make sound choices from the outset.

Each casino review published here is divided into several clearly defined sections so that you can quickly find out what we think about the overall establishment as well as the specific games, bonuses and customer support that are offered. We also make sure that our reviews are revised on a regular basis to reflect any changes at the featured casino, so if a casino improves or declines in quality our review will be updated promptly to give you the most accurate verdict possible. If you agree or disagree, make sure you add your comments to the reviews of your favourite casinos, and even those you dislike.

Good luck at the tables!



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Mega Moolah Jackpot Won as Microgaming Sets Mobile Record

The Mega Moolah jackpot that had been rapidly growing for months has been won by a Canadian player, setting a record for games provider Microgaming for its biggest ever win at a mobile casino. The player, known as Mark A, triggered the top prize on the progressive slot game last week to instantly become CAD $7.5 million (£4 million) richer.


Wolverhampton Super Casino One Step Closer

Wolverhampton Super Casino One Step CloserA planned Super Casino in Wolverhampton is one step closer to becoming a reality after Casino 36, which owns the Rubicon Casino in the city, purchased a disused nightclub located next door to its current premises. Casino 36 had already been given a ‘small casino’ licence for a new development in Temple Street, and purchasing the adjacent building to the Rubicon had always been part of its plan, so it is good to report that things are proceeding as intended.


Manchester City’s Samir Nasri Told to Leave Casino

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has endured a tough season in the Premier League and it has now emerged that he had another night to forget in a casino recently after accidentally causing a gambler to lose £10,000 and being asked to leave.
 


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