Kaiser Slots is the latest brand to join the Tau Gaming group and it’s the first on the Aspire Gaming platform. It has the feel of a Nektan site and we do wonder whether there’s some relationship between the two. Kaiser may seem like a strange name for a slots brand but one of the most famous casino brands in the world is Caesar’s – Kaiser is just the German equivalent. The site used to be overseen by a cute looking German Shepherd Dog that wore a crown but he’s been dumped as part of the UKGC clampdown.
Get Spins When You Deposit
New players to Kaiser Slots are offered a 100% bonus but only up to £10. Use the code KAISER when you deposit to get the bonus. In addition you can claim 10 spins on Starburst. Wagering terms apply and these are set at x25 for deposit + bonus. Wins from the spins are credited as a bonus and are also subject to wagering conditions.
There are over 400 slots and games to choose from at Kaiser Slots. These include games from Net Entertainment and Microgaming. Most games can be played in demo mode without having to register or login. Popular games include Gonzo’s Quest, Spin Sorceress, Scruffy Duck, Miss Kitty, Jungle Jim, Fireworks, Thunderstruck II, Foxin’ Wins, Jungle Spirit and Wild Blood. Scratch cards, table games and live casino make up the rest of what’s on offer.
Promotions are limited but there are tournaments and a VIP programme. You only need to earn 10 points to reach Bronze Level – this will get you access to the VIP Live Tournaments as well as free games on a Sunday. The higher up the loyalty ladder you go the more rewards and bigger rewards you’ll receive. VIPs over Platinum level get cashback and other member benefits.
Kaiser Slots is available on mobile, tablet and desktop! Like many sites, Kaiser slots doesn’t go too far above and beyond what’s standard. We’d like to see some exclusive slots and perhaps a bit more in terms of promotions. The site itself though is a bit clunky. We did like the fact that there were slot reviews on the site, but these turn out to be just informative articles rather than telling us if the games are good or not.