Review of Global Player
Global Player has a license to operate in Antigua & Barbuda, and their software is of their own make. Global Player appeared to be a very unusual casino from the very beginning.
The graphics are simple, and clean, which was a nice change from some of the other casino software on the market
A picture of the manager greeted us on the front page of their website, which was quite surprising. I had not seen candidness like this during my tenure as an online gambler prior.
The installation process posed no problems. The setup file is approximately 3 mb. in size.
The number of games on offer is rather limited. You will only find the most traditional casino games here, such as blackjack, slots, roulette and video poker. The fact that there are many varieties of the same games (6 different types of Blackjack for example) more than make up for this. I’m certain this place will keep you entertained for a while.
The graphics are simple, and clean, which was a nice change from some of the other casino software on the market, which sometimes strikes me as looking too ‘video-gamish’. Overall, the software has a very professional appearance.
It is clear that the focus lies on multiplayer, and the multiplayer aspect of the software is very well executed .
We would like to direct your attention to the bonus rules, which are a bit special. You are given a $30 bonus upon your fist deposit of $30 or more. When you wager you are wagering from that bonus balance as long as it is there. If you win your wager, your winnings are transferred to your cash balance and your bonus balance remains the same. If you lose, your wager is deducted from your bonus balance and your cash balance remains the same. This is an excellent deal! Even if you lose every single wager you place (up to $30 in loses) you will not lose ANY of your own money – good luck at Global Player Casino.
The casino regularly holds blackjack tournaments with generous prizes.
I had a lot of fun with the free chips. which was put into good use at the Blackjack tables, while chatting with some of the other gamblers present. I was fortunate enough to be able to withdraw some money and received my winnings quickly. The $4 fee for a cheque was a bit over the top, though.