Slotocash Casino is a Rival powered venue with a focus on (as the name implies) – slots. While the casino offers all the traditional table games and video poker, they have some interesting one armed bandits that definitely help Slotocash live up to its name.

While they only offer two different progressive jackpots, it’s the so-called i-slots that make Slotocash and other Rival powered casinos unique. i-slots are in many ways traditional video slots, but they take you through a storyline as you just go along. In addition to their already well received “As the Reels Turn” and “Real Crime”; they have recently added three new games: Hole in Won, Cosmic Quest and Baby Boomers: Cash Cruise. While the novelty of the storylines might wear off eventually for many players, they’re definitely a fun diversion and something different for slot fans to enjoy.

The graphics and animations on all the games are quite good, and while the casino theme was a little generic; it more than did the job. In addition to a good core of casino game staples and interesting i-slots, Slotocash also offered Keno, Vegas Jackpot Keno, a “Soduku” game that plays similar to slots, and a unique five ball lottery game called Slotto, exclusive to Slotocash.

Open to US players, offering a seven dollar free (no deposit required) bonus to new players (and a 100% match bonus on a first deposit), Slotocash offers an overall good experience for casual players that’s hard to pass up. (Though high limit bettors may find some of the table maximum is somewhat restrictive.)

Bonus Offered:

Slotocash is currently offering a $7, no deposit bonus to give their casino a whirl, as well as a 100% match bonus on your first deposit.

Software Type:

Slotocash is powered by Rival Technologies.


Support is offered by telephone (toll-free fax and phone numbers available for US and Canadian customers), by live chat from their site, by e-mail, and even a regular postal addresses is listed (though that seems like an awfully slow way to correspond these days. :)


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The Craps at Slotocash
Traditional Single Hand Video Poker
Multi-Hand Video Poker
Slotocash Blackjack
Pai Gow Poker
European Roulette
Low Limit Baccarat
i-slot Baby Boomers: Cash Cruise
Suduko Slot-Style Game
Major Moolah Progressive Slot