Poker fans and marine biologists will immediately recognise the name of this online casino for 2 completely different reasons. Firstly, the poker fans - "Devilfish"
was the nickname for Dave Ulliott; a highly successful poker player from Hull (UK) who sadly passed-away in 2015. As for the marine biologists - unsurprisingly, a
devilfish is a type of fish which can be found lurking in the depths of the ocean. The inclusion of a fish in the logo suggests that Devilfish Casino may well be taking
its name from the fishy resident of the oceans, however; Ugambling gets the feeling that any casino with "Devilfish" in the name must be paying homage to the late,
great poker player.
Apart from a cartoony picture of a fish in the logo, and some casino chips/cards in the main image header, there's very little in the way of theming on Devilfish Casino. The main image header is a little unique in that it does not promote any bonus offers (more on that in the "Promotions" section), though it does take-up more than half of the homepage and, at the time of writing, focuses on the age of the casino - 10 years.
The rest of the casino is a relatively bland black and white, with splashes of red here-and-there. A small navigation menu can be found along the top of the screen, below the logo, and a lit of games categories sits above a 4-column-wide grid of games. Nothing revolutionary, but it works all-the-same.
There is also a functional mobile interface - albeit with a slight display glitch on the "Sign Up" and "Log In" buttons. Overall, it feels like the designers were simply ticking the boxes when it comes to the basic requirements for an online casino interface.
When a casino is proudly boasting OVER 400 casino games, the Ugambling team starts to get a little worried, as 400 is not a big number at-all when compared to other casinos. We counted 145 different slots titles - a varied selection but missing a lot of the big names games that we have come to expect in many other online casinos. If nothing else, it makes Devilfish Casino stand-out from the crowd, although not necessarily in a good way.
34 classic casino games and absolutely no live dealer games at-all mean that Devilfish Casino feels very empty indeed. Forget 400 games; we're struggling to find 200 in this casino!
A much easier box to tick here for Devilfish Casino - all the major deposit and withdrawal methods are present, alongside a few less common methods. Our withdrawal was processed and in our account within 48-hours (e-wallet methods) and the account verification checks required before the withdrawals could be processed were completed with no fuss at-all.
The terms and conditions state a minimum withdrawal threshold of £20 and the only other restriction placed on withdrawals seems to be that jackpot winnings of £250,000 or more may take up-to 30-days to process. As we were unable to find any progressive jackpot slots in Devilfish Casino, this is not really of any concern to us.
Although, just as with the deep ocean environment in which the devilfish can be found, this casino seems a little lifeless, there was a quick response to both our emails and live chat requests. All responses were friendly and professional.
Whether intentional or not (Devilfish Casino seems to be missing a lot of things) there are no bonus promotions available at this casino, which makes us very happy indeed. Casino bonuses are often very poor value for money, and "bonus" cash/"free" spin promotions usually have lots of strings attached to them.
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