Owned by parent company 888, 777 is the younger, funkier child of its predecessor. Floated on the London Stock Exchange from 2005, this is one cool casino, who really knows its way around an online gig.
This is one stylish casino, and all games are laid out clearly for you to find everything you want to play. From Jackpot slots such as Treasure Fair and Millionaire Genie, to card games, such as Triple Card Poker, American Blackjack, Baccarat and a nice range of Roulette games, you’ll most likely want to try every game you see out for size. Plus, with software providers like Evolution Gaming, NetEnt and others, you know you're in reliable, well-designed hands.
There are several ways to get in touch with the support team: they provide an email address and a UK landline phone number. One massive drawback of the site is that there’s no live chat to speak of, which otherwise, would made 777 a near-perfect casino experience.
There’s quite a range of deposit methods to choose from at 777, including debit cards (Visa, Mastercard) and bank transfer and other popular payment methods - PayPal and Neteller.
Although it's not entirely clear, it seems that players are able to withdraw winnings using a payment method other than the one they made a deposit with.
777 say that all withdrawals requests are processed within 3 business days after a request. Then, withdrawals times depend on the method used - debit cards can take up to 10 days in total to process, while other payment methods, such as Neteller and Paypal, take up to 6 days.
This is a great online casino for every type of online gamer - both newbies and experienced players. The bonuses are plentiful and generous, the games are on point and there’s a wide variety - the one thing which gives us pause to give 777 near-perfect status is the absence of any kind of live chat. But, if that doesn't bother you, this is definitely a place you want to play at.