No deposit bonuses, substantial withdrawal limits
A sort of complicated interface, average games selection
I used to read Scotland casino reviews long before I registered on their site, and then I forgot about it. Some time ago I came across info about non-deposit bonuses at Scotland’s and decided to try it by myself. I followed a special link, entered a code, registered and got the promised $66 on my balance. The casino works on the proprietary software, so it looks a little bit unfamiliar. But I can’t say that interface is complicated or something of this kind. I found the needed info easily enough. The selection of games is average, and there are many unfamiliar titles. I didn’t know what to choose, and chose a game that seemed to be attractive – Pyramid Plunder. It features 25 lines, and the manufacturers claim free spins or cash prizes. I didn’t win anything serious, but I like the experience. The game has a nice design, and maybe I just needed to play for some longer to win, I don’t know. I saw other games that seemed interesting, including the ones with progressive jackpots. I think that I’ll come back here in some time to try something else.