Last update: 31st January 2020
High Roller is a slot & casino site with maximum gamification – alas, too much gamification to be allowed in the UK market despite most of it being hidden without a login. It closed to UK players some time in late 2019.
The people behind High Roller are Gaming Innovation Group who also operate Rizk – and High Roller’s level progression and reward system owes much to the very successful one at Rizk, but with some very entertaining and sophisticated gamification overlaid.
Players create a customised avatar and enter the world of Metrocity – which is rife with “pigeons, explosions, newspapers, candy”. High Roller has its own in game currency – coins – and players can collect these automatically every day as well as when they level up. The twist is that in order to keep these automatically collected coins, players must remain active – if they stop playing from 5 days or more, the collected coins become available for other players to target when they are awarded a Sting game (this happens at intervals between levels)
Coins can be redeemed for free spins (without wagering requirements) and level up rewards can also include free spins (at up to £3 value for higher levels) and cash.
Most slots at High Roller count 100% towards the welcome bonus wagering requirement but some only count at 75% – at the time of writing these are “classic slots” plus 1429 Uncharted Seas, Blood Suckers, Kings of Chicago, Jokerizer, Mega Joker, Simsalabin and White Rabbit – and a few others (including Dead or Alive, both Castle Builder slots and Super Monopoly Money) don’t count at all. Check the bonus terms & conditions before depositing or playing for the latest information about what does and doesn’t count.
As you’d expect from GiG, the design of High Roller Casino is beautifully executed and there are no nasties lurking in the general terms & conditions. If gamification is your thing, it is certainly worth a visit.