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Last update: 24th April 2019
Foxy Casino was launched in 2015 and was originally powered by Dragonfish / Cassava Enterprises but moved off the platform in autumn 2018 along with Foxy Bingo. Its website, which comprises a functional game lobby-promo header layout, offers casino games from a host of big-name providers.
New customers are rewarded with 50 bonus spins after depositing and spending £10 – not the most generous promotion we’ve ever come across truth be told. However, to support what amounts to a rather humdrum welcome offer, Foxy Casino includes a variety of additional perks.
First up is its ‘Game of the Week’ incentive in which players who deposit £20, get 10% of their losses back. Then there’s Bonus Spins Friday where 10 bonus spins are awarded to £20 depositors – this particular offer is available to use three times which of course means that players have up to 30 bonus spins to play with each week. However, Foxy Bingo’s stand-out promo has to be its ‘Spin the Wheel’ offer. Available every day, it features guaranteed prizes such as bonus spins and real cash – all that’s required is a £20 deposit.
So what about the actual games? Well, thanks to GVC’s association with a raft of big-name developers, players have access to an expansive range of standard and progressive slots. The latter category is particularly well-represented and features blockbuster jackpot slots such as Hall of Gods, Divine Fortune and Cosmic Fortune. These games pool stake money from a massive network of players which means that the prizes tend to be pretty substantial. Lesser-known progressive slots are also available to play such as Mystery Reels and Gems Gone Wild.
As well as jackpot slots, Foxy Casino features a solid range of standard titles which have been sourced from the back catalogues of providers such as Netent, IGT and Williams Interactive. They’re organised into a variety of themes including ‘mythology’, ‘exotic’ and ‘animals’ and include titles such as Starburst, Eye of Horus, Stampede and King Kong Cash.