Winner's Club online casino favours a simple, almost monochromatic design, with eye-catching flashes of red.
Clear menus and icons attractive icons make the site easy to navigate, and the site works seamlessly across all mobile, desktop and tablet devices.
Launched by Nektan in 2014 and operating on the Evolve platform, Winner's Club is home to hundreds of games from the top providers, plus exclusive titles, live chat support and a loyalty rewards system. New members can also take advantage of a welcome package on their first three deposits, while existing players benefit from regular offers and bonuses.
Winner's Club Casino is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Gibraltar Gambling Commission, ensuring that we abide by strict terms and regulations in terms of player safety and security.
I was impressed by the design choices at Winners’ Club. The casino has an aura of futuristic about it. The dark blue and white palette complemented by the red accents created a sense of extravagance.
The casino is lightning fast. I enjoyed being able to click around and have the pages load up at such speed. Kudos to the developers for this as it is no mean feat. The user experience too is to be commended, as everything has its own neat space making navigating through the casino a breeze.
You can tell quite a lot of work has gone into the design of this casino, which leaves me wondering why they have such awful games categorisation. The Live Casino games available are hidden. There isn’t even a category for them and you wouldn’t even know the whole catalogue of Evolution games was available unless you searched for it. Withdrawals are also on the slow side as it took me almost a week to get my money. Other than these two points I have to say that I did enjoy my time at the Winners Club.
- Decent welcome bonus
- Flawless user experience
- Very transparent casino
- Slow withdrawals
- Lazy game categorisation
Winner's Club give our new players a hefty bonus package. You can get deposit bonuses and free spins on your first three deposits. In total, you will get £500 bonus money and 150 free spins.
- 1st deposit: 100% match bonus up to £100 + 100 spins on selected games
- 2nd deposit: 50% match bonus up to £100 + 25 spins on selected games
- 3rd deposit: 50% match bonus up to £300 + 25 spins on selected games
Free spins on the following games:
- Finn and the Swirly Spin
- Aloha! Cluster Pays
As soon as my deposit made its way into my account, so too did the 100% match bonus. I was hoping to find some kind of notifications that pointed me towards my free spins but there weren’t any. Since I always like playing the free spins first, I headed to Aloha! Cluster Pays for my taste of the Winners’ Club. Nowadays I stay away from Starburst and I need to be in the right mood to play Finn, so it’s nice for this casino to give you the option.
I had 100 spins and my goal was to try and trigger the bonus round on Aloha. But as always with any NetEnt game that I play, even after 100 spins there wasn’t even a whiff of the bonus round. I ended up winning a mere £4.20 from the free spins which were slightly disappointing. Well, not as disappointing as going back to your account and noticing there was no change to your balance. I refreshed a few times but the £4.20 wasn’t showing up. After some exploring, I noticed the bonus from free spins was marked as pending in the ‘Rewards History’ tab found within the Cashier. After reading through the FAQs I learned that this will be added to the account once the match bonus has been used up.
Both bonus money and money won from slots (if it ever appears) will have a wagering requirement of 30x which is bang-on industry standards and also quite manageable.
First deposit bonus code
You don't need a bonus code to claim Winners Club's first deposit bonus.
Significant terms and conditions
- New UK players only, 18+
- Minimum deposit: £10
- Bonus and spins wagering requirement: 30x
- Various game weightings apply
- Bonus is valid for 28 days
Please gamble responsibly.
Full terms and apply.
Extra and no deposit spins
In our hearts, we are a slot casino, which means that our slot selection is large and varied. That being said, we haven't forgotten the table games. Winners Club has a great deal of games from the best-known game developers in the world, including Microgaming, NetEnt, Red Tiger Gaming, WMS and Evolution. There are over 400 online slots for you to enjoy.
Some of our most popular titles inclue, Bonanza Megaways, Big Bass Bonanza, Finn and the Swirly Spin, Fishing Frenzy Megaways, Gonzo's Quest, Wolf Gold and Floating Dragon Hold & Spin.
The one huge flaw of this casino is the games categorisation. First up, there isn’t even a mention that Live Casino games are even available. They don’t have their own category and I had to go through the search bar to find them. Turns out there is a good selection of live games powered by Evolution but it feels like the casino wants to keep them a secret.
Yes, the intuitive search bar is a great asset and it’s how I found most of the games I wanted to play, but you cannot search by the provider which is a huge let-down. Not to mention this is a real shame as Winners’ Club does have some of the most ground-breaking slot providers (such as Elk Studios) around.
The rest of the categories leave much to be desired with the usual Popular and New Games categories that always turn out to be a snoozefest. Then, there is a category for Megaways games… like, why? Every Megaways game out there has the word in the title and there wasn’t even the full list of Megaways games available here.
Since Play’n GO is not available here and what I wanted to play was a Reactoonz game, I settled for the next best thing: Cluster Slide. To my surprise, I even managed to enter the bonus round and ended up with a 55x win.
Desktop game information
Total number of desktop games: 729
Total number of desktop slots: 548
Total number of desktop table games: 180
Total number of desktop jackpot games: 24
Desktop game providers
Winners Club Casino goes with you anywhere you go, since the entire site is built to be responsive on all smarthphones and tablets. Everything runs on HTML5, making it compatible with many devices and runs direactly on your web browser.
As a result, you don't need to download any casino apps or install anything extra on your device. Just play in your browser of choice.
I accessed Winners’ Club via the Chrome browser on an iOS device. At first, the site was having trouble loading but when I switched to 4G the site quickly loaded up. The design features on the desktop are also found on the mobile site which is easy to navigate.
Everything you need can be found in the top header from cashier to promotions to customer support. Unfortunately, there are the same boring games categories you will find on the desktop site. The Live Casino is still hidden away here, but the search bar is your friend. The only problem I had was when I searched for a term with a lot of results. Here, I couldn’t scroll through the results so I needed to input more specific terms.
Mobile game information
Total number of mobile games: 729
Total number of mobile slots: 548
Total number of mobile table games: 180
Total number of mobile jackpot games: 24
Mobile game providers
To get a proper brick-and-mortar casino experience, you can try out our selection or superb live dealer games, courtesy of Evolution Gaming, the biggest name in live games.
We have such classic titles as Live Blackjack, Live Roulette and Dream Catcher. They are available in real-time for players around the world 24/7. Ready whenever you want to try the most real gaming experience available.
Live game information
Total number of live casino games: 167
Live game suppliers
Gambling is meant to be enjoyed in a responsible manner. For most, our games are a form of entertainment and a fun way to pass the time. For a smaller group, gambling can be a problem.
If you ever feel like gambling is having a negative effect on your life or feel like the games are taking over, you can use the following tools:
- Deposit limits
- Reality checks
- Time Out
If you, or anyone you know is in the need of professional assistance, we strongly recommend that you get in contact with GamCare or Gamblers Anonymous. They are there to help you.
There is also the option of installing third-party software, such as Betfilter or Gamblock, which will block your access to gambling sites.
Our customer support is here to help you. You can contact us via email or phone.
- Email reply time is within 24 hours
- Phone support is available 08:00-00:00 GMT/BST
Going through the site you will notice a support button in the header menu on the left-hand side. Clicking this link will open a page with information about how to get in touch with support. You can do so by either email, telephone or live chat.
Emails are replied to within 24 hours. The telephone lines and live chat are said to be available between 8:00 and midnight (BST). During the writing of this piece the chat was unavailable, but when I logged in, a notice alerted me that their systems are being updated and listed the ways to get in touch together with self-exclusion methods.
A list of FAQs is also available and can be accessed via the link in the footer. There’s an extensive list of questions and answers here, and they are all well categorised.
Email support languages
Live support languages
Phone support languages
Starting from when you register an account, we run necessary verification checks required by law. In most cases, these verifications are done automatically.
If for some reason we are unable to do so, we will ask you to provide documentation. These documents include the following:
- Proof of identity: passport, driving license, ID card, etc.
- Proof of address: utility bill, bank statement, official government letter, etc.
- Proof of Payment Method
Clicking the ‘Join’ button on the top-right corner will begin the 3-step registration process. I simply filled out the different fields in each section and my account was created.
As soon as the registration process was done I received a welcome email with all the details I needed to know about my account. There was also a way to get in touch with support in case I had any trouble. At this point, I didn’t need to do anything else and I was able to go ahead, deposit and start my journey at Winners’ Club.
It’s worth noting that once the first deposit goes through a pop up will alert you that the casino will ask for ID and proof of funds once the £500 mark is reached. If you wish, there is the option to go through the KYC process before this happens.
We offer a great selection of deposit and withdrawal methods. For example, you can use Mastercard, Visa, Skrill, Neteller, Trustly, Paysafecard, Zimpler, Paypal and Boku.
I deposited £40 using my debit Mastercard. The process was simple and straightforward. There was the card details inputting area to the left whilst on the right, there was an area dedicated to bonuses. I do like the way this was set out and it takes a lot of the stress of the bonus away as the welcome offer was just a click of the button away. Alternatively, I could enter my own bonus code or choose not to use a bonus at this time.
I clicked the deposit button and after successfully authenticating with my bank, the system told me the deposit was unsuccessful. I tried once more and the money went through without a hitch, but I would still check that the first deposit didn’t go through.
The withdrawing process is even more stress-free than depositing. I was able to forfeit the bonus automatically and cash out. It was nice to see I could choose whether I wanted to receive an email once the withdrawal was processed. The email arrived after 2 days to let me know the withdrawal was successful. But then I had to wait a further 4 days for the money to make its way into my account.
Mastercard 2-4 working days, Visa 2-4 working days, Skrill 1-2 working days, NETELLER 1-2 working days, Trustly 1-2 working days, PayPal 0-2 working days
Casino tester's profile
Mel has been writing for the past decade covering anything tech from software to gaming. Poker is her card game of choice, and she does enjoy feature-rich slots, but her real passion is competitive FPS games.