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Last update: 15th November 2023
GenerationVIP is a Aspire Global casino with a nice, simple welcome offer that’s themed on the number 77.
Generation VIP was luanched in the UK in 2019 and is that odd thing, an online casino and slot site that (like its sister site Karamba) doesn’t contain any reference to casino or slot games in its name; its branding seems to be about lifestyle rather than explicitly about gambling, featuring a whole line of smiling people playing slots on their phones. But as with almost all online casinos, the branding goes no further than the home page and is barely even in evidence there, especially if you’re playing on mobile.
Generation VIP doesn’t have a sportsbook and the lobby has two main areas – Casino and Live Casino.
Live Casino is further split into Live Roulette, Live Blackjack, Game Shows, Live Baccarat & Sic Bo and Live Poker. As well as the familiar Evolution versions of these games, there’s roulette, blackjack, baccarat and the game show Joker’s Wheel by Skywind which you may not have come across before.
Casino is mainly for slot games. There ARE some other types of games as well – Spribe’s very popular crash game Aviator, various scratchcards, around 50 different Slingo games and some table games – but as they don’t have their own area in the lobby, they aren’t easy to find. Even for slots there’s really not much lobby categorisation; apart from a tab for new releases and one for featured (i.e. very popular) games, there’s just “Drops & Wins” for games currently included in the long running Pragmatic Play network promotion and the self explanatory “Jackpots”. Historically, the selection of these at Aspire casinos hasn’t been great but the addition of Mega Moolah, WowPot and several more Jackpot King games was put paid to that issue.
The game search facility at Generation VIP is a bit different to at other Aspire Global Casinos. When you click in the search box (or access it via the hamburger menu on a phone) it pops up (or out) to cover the whole screen. You can then type the name of a game or provider in fully or partially, but compared to the search boxes at other Aspire sites it does seem rather slow to recognise what you’ve typed.
The other way to find games is to go to the All Games tab which lists absolutely everything including all of the live casino games and start scrolling until something catches your eye; initially the newest and most popular games are at the top but you can switch to alphabetical order or reverse alphabetical order if you prefer. Given that you’ve got to scroll past more than 60 games that begin with a number before you even reach letter A, you could be there a while! The sheer number on games on offer is both impressive and intimidating.
Generation VIP has a promotions page but when we visited the only thing on it apart from Drops & Wins and the welcome offer was somewhat confusing; it was a monthly bonus back on losses but with little information on how much or how to qualify. The absence of promotions on the promotions page doesn’t, of course, mean that there aren’t any – expect to have them sent by email, SMS or whatever marketing channel you opt into when registering.
Aspire sites offer an excellent range of payment options with no restrictions on which can be used to claim a bonus (although with a couple, you’ll be restricted to a smaller than usual stake size while playing with bonus) and this is one of the platform’s main strengths.
Generation VIP isn’t the most user friendly of Aspire casinos and the welcome bonus, while OK, is nothing special – but if you like Aspire casinos and aren’t bothered by the absence of a sportsbook, you may well want to give it a go.
The Aspire Responsible Gaming Policy is linked from the site footer. It’s fairly short but includes all the useful links, advice, self assessment, safer gambling tools etc that are needed to satisfy the regulatory requirement. They offer two types of personal limits – deposit limit and net deposit limit – and players can set either or both. Deposit limit is based on the total of all deposits regardless of any withdrawals whereas net deposit limit takes withdrawals into account (and is therefore really a loss limit).