When we talk about EveryGame Casino, we're actually talking about two casinos rolled into one. If this sounds like a dream come true, it is… because EveryGame might also call itself every casino! Yes, there are two areas to visit when you decide to play at EveryGame Casino, and we will cover both of them in this review - along with a lot more besides.
Software in action at EveryGame Casino
At the Casino Classic offering, we have got Wager Gaming software to bolster the impressive game collection. In the Red Casino, the games come from Realtime Gaming (RTG).
What about the lobby design?
The lobby for each of the casinos at EveryGame is on the left of the site. The Red version gives you the game area there, and you can then go through to the game type you want by looking for their submenu. This includes blackjack, roulette, new games, slots, and much more as well.
At the Casino Classic, all the game options appear to the left. These involve video poker, video slots, progressives, table games, and another area just for the slots with three reels.
Which casino will you join?
It's ideal to have two casinos to look at, so make sure you check out the full offer at each of them to decide where to begin.
There are signup restrictions for EveryGame
You knew there would be, but each of the casinos has a separate set of terms, so you need to read both of those. The Casino Classic terms give the minimum age as 18, but if you can use the casino and you live somewhere that has a higher limit, you'll need to stick to that. They also prohibit players from a few countries in point 3.7, but those in Australia, Canada, and the US do not appear on that list.
Over to the Red Casino, and we can see the minimum age is identical to that of the other casino. Furthermore, they immediately state that people cannot play in Costa Rica. They then say nothing more apart from making it clear that players must che
ck whether they can play at the casino according to their local laws.
Scores of games for all players
Your choice of casino experience at EveryGame could depend on which software developer you prefer out of the two we mentioned earlier. However, whichever casino you want to play at, you'll always see the games divided into areas to visit via the menu. It's always simple to find your way around to the games you want to play at EveryGame.
Will it be slots all the way?
You can certainly enjoy plenty of engaging slot games at the two casino areas forming a major part of the EveryGame website. The Red Casino leaves it to you to figure out which slots you want to play, while the Classic version splits them into three-reel and video slots. We rather like both methods, and you'll find it as easy as we did to look around and get a sense of what you might like to play, no matter where you land.
EveryGame Poker gives you another possibility
Another major area of EveryGame is the poker section. You'll always be able to jump to this at the top of the site, to the right of the EveryGame logo, no matter where you are. You can then see the invite to download their free poker software and claim a welcome deal on your first deposit.
There are plenty of events and tournaments available once you've signed up and downloaded their software. You can indulge in some mobile poker, along with claiming reload bonuses and other deals. There is a separate loyalty program for poker players too, along with rakeback at a generous 36% and various other promos as well. Phew! There is a lot happening at this EveryGame site, for sure.
You should be able to play some free games
Once you've signed up to use an EveryGame Casino, you can look around to get more information about the available games. Most have demo versions to try, although we did notice the progressive jackpot games at EveryGame Casino Classic did not have demos. Those are the exception though because there are plenty of practice versions scattered around the rest of the two casinos.
How affordable are the paid games?
The answer could vary from one player to another, since it depends on the cash you've put by to play with. However, you can certainly find lots of slot games based on penny wagers across Casino Classic and the Red Casino, so you'll find plenty of reasonably priced games to play.
How easy is it to find the new slot games?
If you go for the red site, you'll find the new games get first pickings in the submenu. It's easy to find those titles in that area, and to read some information about each one too.
At Casino Classic, you'll see a segment on the new games on their homepage. If you click on that, you'll go to another page that tells you more about the latest additions to the site. You might even see some promo deals connected to those as well.
Speaking of some casino promotions…
The promotions are easy to find in both casino sections at EveryGame. Once inside the menu, you can select promotions in either the Casino Classic or Red variants.
Aside from the deposit bonus for each, you'll find lots of ongoing bonuses happening as well. These vary all the time, and of course between the two casinos. If you haven't signed up to the EveryGame website yet, check and compare the current promos and see what's available once you've claimed your first deposit offer. You can then work out which casino from Classic and Red is going to be the ideal pick for you.
What about tournaments at EveryGame Casino?
These events do get a mention inside the terms at the Red Casino, but we didn't see any around at the time we visited. Casino Classic makes it easier by giving you a section in the main menu for all current tournaments.
No news on winners at EveryGame Casino
Regardless of the casino site you're looking at when you arrive, you won't see any winning amounts or names there.
Earn comp points regardless of your choice of casino
It doesn't matter how you'd like to experience the EveryGame Casino, you're sure to begin earning comp points whenever you're ready to bet for real. Just check on the comp point program, as explained inside the promotions area for Casino Classic and Red Casino.
Mobile gaming for all casino players
Whichever casino you choose to play at, whether you prefer one over the other or try them both, you can always visit using your Android or iOS device if you'd rather do things that way.
Playing without registration isn't possible
We attempted to access some demo games in both casinos at EveryGame, but we could not load anything. We did think the Casino Classic version would let us, but we kept getting an error message. The other casino asks for a login, so that's easy to confirm. The Classic site could be a glitch though.
Does everything work on instant play?
The Casino Classic part of EveryGame works like this, but if you use the Red Casino you can choose how you want to experience it. They do offer instant play games but you can also use the download option in the menu.
Look for an affiliate
We spotted a link at the bottom of the EveryGame Red Casino, which takes you to the affiliate part of their website to learn more about it.
The sportsbook and live betting areas
If you like placing the occasional bet on a sporting event, or you follow your favorite team around the world in a specific sport, you can also use your account to visit the EveryGame sportsbook. They begin with five top sports to bet on, including soccer and basketball, before going into a much longer list of A-to-Z sports beyond those. You can also see the latest games in the middle of the landing page in the sportsbook part of the site. With the bet slip to the right of the page, it's simple to organize and find your wagers when you begin adding them to the form.
You can also switch to live betting at the top of the site. This gives you access to the live matches and events happening right now. You'll see logos for each sport - usually the ball or implement used to play it - and the information on the live betting page is always changing to reflect what's going on. You can also see which sports are live by looking at the submenu in that area. It's another part of the EveryGame website that works beautifully.
Blog/forum features at EveryGame
The EveryGame Red Casino has a blog at the bottom of the site, plus a link to the articles there. Nothing else appears in the Casino Classic.
Live dealer games don't feature
Neither Casino Classic nor the Red Casino feature any live games just yet.
How can you make deposits?
EveryGame welcomes a host of deposit methods. You can use various cards, online
wallets, and even cryptocurrencies.
Making a withdrawal from EveryGame
There is a separate withdrawal info area available via the help desk section, which we'll talk about in more detail shortly. They have nine available methods, including e-wallets and virtual currencies, along with bank wire transfers and even check.
Bitcoin isn't the only virtual currency you can use
Bitcoin joins Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin as your available methods right now.
Don't miss the help desk
You can access it from the bottom of their website. This takes you to the sports area with FAQs to read, but you can access other helpful pages from there. The FAQ area also gives you information you can use to help you with all aspects of your EveryGame account, no matter which parts of the site you use.