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Last update: 24th November 2023
Conquer Casino is a Progress Play casino that has been around for nearly 10 years.
Conquer Casino is a fairly standard Progress Play casino. It doesn’t have a sportsbook and the welcome offer is OK but not outstanding. What it does have going for it is stability; it was launched all the way back in 2014 which means it has a very well established player base.
The casino doesn’t have much in the way of theming – there’s a bit of a nod to everyone’s favourite conquistador Gonzo who appears on the landing page and the home page along with other well known slot game characters, but it’s pretty subtle.
Ah yes, the landing page – this has been done up to look like the casino itself with tabs for slots, promotions, jackpots and live casino and although the promotions are pulled from the real promotions page, the games apparently aren’t pulled from the real lobby. So if you want to see the true range of games on offer before signing up you’ll need to check AFTER pressing the Join Now or Signup button.
In fact, Conquer Casino has an enormous collection of slot games and new releases are added regularly. The inclusion of the Favourites tab in the lobby allows you to build a library of your favourite games by clicking on the heart icon on the game tile. You can also search for games by name or show all the games by a provider – and there’s lots of those to choose from (but no Yggdrasil or IGT). Progressive jackpots are mostly by Eyecon and include the jackpot versions of Shaman’s Dream, Temple of Iris and various Fluffy games, but there are a few from other providers too.
As well as slots, there’s a live casino area with game shows, blackjack, roulette etc by Evolution and Playtech, plus an unusually large collection of scratchcards and instant win games.
One of the main strengths of Progress Play casinos is the array of redeposit offers (including bonus, spins and cashback) on the promotions page. With a bit of planning and organisation you can collect an offer every time you make a deposit even if that’s several times a week. Many of the offers are changed monthly to keep things fresh.
Another big plus point is the range of different deposit methods for those who prefer not to register a debit card with the casino, including prepaid vouchers, e-wallets and mobile phone billing.
As far as Progress Play casinos go, Conquer Casino seems like a good one – and with that long in business, they must be doing something right!
Progress Play standard Play Responsibly policy statement which explains how to set limits, time out, reality check and self exclusion but doesn’t include any direct links to the tools (tells you to go to account settings to activate). They offer wagering and loss limits as well as deposit limits.