Omnia Casino Review - Introduction
Omnia is the name of a new casino to launch in 2018 on the popular IGC (iGaming Cloud) platform. It’s unlike ever made, at least when it comes to their unique mobile-first design, and it’s incredibly simple to use. Here’s a quick overview of the casino bonuses, games, banking and customer service when it just launched afresh. If you like it or want to add something, then go ahead and leave your comments with a rating below so we can continue to bring you more reviews and exclusive bonuses.
When it comes to rewards, then at least for now Omnia is very conservative. Any exclusive signup bonuses aside, they offer to match your first deposit up to 100 credits and with honest and reasonable wagering requirements and conditions. They have all the specifics laid out in a user-friendly fashion under the General Bonus Terms, so make sure you read that before claiming the offer.
But we’re not done: Omnia Casino also has an exclusive Store with more bonuses! To get these – mostly Free Spins on popular NetEnt slots but also merch in the future – you need to have some Omnia points in your account. As usual, you get the points for wagering real money; so the more you play, the more you earn.
Omnia is powered by IGC, which is highly regarded in the industry for their innovative approaches and forward-thinking vision. For Omnia players, this means a broad range of games from most renowned iGaming studios, including NetEnt, Quickspin, Blueprint, Microgaming, Play’n GO, NextGen Gaming, Thunderkick, Yggdrasil, Red Tiger, SGI and more.
The lobby is fairly unusual, in a neutral way, and they love using tags which enable you to sort games by features, type or provider. Each game has one or more such tags, which then lead to a corresponding collection and which in turn lets you find similar games quickly.
This leads us to games, which there are quite a few as a result. This includes newest releases which you can also try for free, as well as progressive jackpots (the biggest ones), such as Mega Fortune and Mega Moolah.
Table and card games are in the mix as well, featuring both the RNGs and at least one live casino from Evolution.
Omnia Casino is licensed and regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission. This means you can play with peace of mind.
Omnia accepts popular payment methods like Visa, MasterCard, Trustly, Skrill, Neteller and paysafecard; and five currencies: EUR, GBP, USD, SEK and NOK. Although they fail to mention the fees, it’s likely they don’t have any, like other casinos from the same network.
And when it comes to withdrawals/cashouts, then they do pretty well with a 24-hour turnaround and a very low minimum limit. All in all, your money will move quickly and securely both in and out the account, but sending them your verification details in advance might be a good idea to avoid initial delays as well.
Their customer service staff work 24/7 and can be contacted instantly via live chat or by email.