Rise Casino is yet another addition to the Tau Gaming bingo and casino stable. It follows in the footsteps of it’s sister sites like Kozmo Casino and Zinger Spins by opting for the Dragonfish platform. It originally opted for the no wagering approach but in 2020 resorted back to wagering terms. This means any wins from spins that are awarded are no longer paid as cash and can be withdrawn.
Rise Casino Welcome Offer
New players to Rise Casino are welcomed with a first deposit bonus. Deposit £10 using the code RISE and you'll receive 25 free spins on Fluffy Favourites. Winnings from these spins are capped at £2.50 but note that these are now paid as a bonus. Wagering terms therefore apply.
Promotions at Rise Casino are limited. Players can collect up to 50 spins each day. These spins are for Fluffy Favourites too. Depositing is required but wins from the Speedy Spins are paid as a bonus and therefore attract wagering terms. Rise Casino also run a VIP programme. Players are advised to sign up for email and SMS messages in order to receive more promotions and bonuses.
Over 300 Slots At Rise Casino
Rise Casino offers a good selection of slots and progressives that are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. These include popular titles such as Irish Eyes, Stampede, Autumn Gold, Cash Stax, Toki Time, Aloha Cluster Pays, Foxin' Wins, Happy Birthday and Starburst. Unlike Dragonfish slot brands that do have wagering terms, Rise Casino doesn't offer table games or Live Casino.
No app is required to play Rise Casino on mobile. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to most of the slots that are available. Deposits can be made on all platforms. Rise Casino allows you to fund accounts via Paypal as well as debit/credit cards.
Rise Casino is worth a look if you’re a fan of slots on the Dragonfish platform. The site itself looks good – full of big blocks of colour – a marked changed when compared to Zinger, Kozmo and Island Jackpots. The daily spins are an attractive bonus but the switch from no wagering to wagering is surprising.