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Go Scratch Casino

Play slots and scratch games at Go Scratch.

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  • 100% welcome bonus worth up to €200 plus 20 free spins with your first deposit.
  • Win prizes from tournament play, with live tournaments held every month.
  • Rewards programme with 6 tiers that provide cashback and exclusive invites.
  • Play slots that include South Park, Fruit Shop, Wonky Rabbits and Magic Portals.

Go Scratch Casino Review

If you’ve got the urge to gamble, you can scratch that itch at Go Scratch. “Go Scratch your way to fortune” runs the site’s motto in full. The online casino specialises in slots, but there’s naturally room for a few scratch cards too.

Throw in a €200 welcome bonus, 20 free spins and a range of monthly promotions and all the elements you’d expect of any self-respecting casino are present and accounted for. A list of recent winners scrolls across the Go Scratch homepage ticker tape style, lest you needed any convincing of the site’s ability to pay out handsome sums every time a jackpot is claimed.

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About Go Scratch

Go Scratch was established in 2015, with Play Avenue Ltd the company operating the site. They’re registered in Cyprus. Aspire Global Ltd are the Malta-based company whose software powers the site. For British players accessing the site, meanwhile, NG Communications Ltd oversee operations; they’re also based in Malta. Go Scratch holds a license issued by the UK Gambling Commission.

Go Scratch note that fair play is an integral part of their philosophy, for as they put it “any winner is an ambassador of success...We win when you win”. The site uses 128-bit SSL to safeguard customer data, particularly when transmitting payment details. As for customer support, Go Scratch’s operatives are available 7 days a week from 8am to 1am CET. An email address is provided, but there don’t appear to be any other means of getting in touch. The site is available in half a dozen languages including Swedish, German and Italian.

Is the Banking up to Scratch?

Information on banking methods is concealed within the help section of Go Scratch. As you navigate your way there, something weird happens; you’re taken from GoScratch.com to Info.GoScratch.com. In the process, the entire design of the site changes and you find yourself on a different-but-sort-of-related scratch card-themed site. Weird. Weird and confusing. Presumably the same banking methods apply for both sites, the main casino and the scratch card-based subsite.

For the record, Go Scratch allows customers to top up their account via Ukash, Skrill, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and Entropay. That’s just for starters; other options come in the form of Paysafecard, Sofort, iDeal, GiroPay, Neteller and a whole heap of other bank transfer options tailored to suit the many international markets Go Scratch operates in. When it comes to cashing out, there’s a 48-hour wait before funds are released. Thereafter, Neteller and Skrill payments will clear instantly, whereas card will take 3-7 business days.

Prizes on Offer

Sign up at Go Scratch and you’ll be handed a 100% first deposit match worth up to €200 plus 20 free spins. There’s much more where that came from once you decide to get involved with the tournaments that are hosted at the site, with prizes awarded for players who finish in the top three.

Go Scratch Casino Bonuses and Promotions

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
First Deposit
€200
100%
25x

Go Scratch are strangely elusive when it comes to specifying the nature of the bonuses to be enjoyed by ranking in their tournaments; indeed they don’t even specify the games that these involve, though slots are presumably the primary game. All that’s disclosed is the fact that reward points can be earned on all bets that are placed.

Other Rewards

The other means of making a little on the side at Go Scratch is by getting involved with the site’s rewards programme. You’ll earn reward points on every wager you place at a rate of 1 per every £30 spent. Reward points can later be exchanged for bonus cash. The more points you earn, the higher you’ll climb up the rankings of the VIP scheme. Players start off at Bronze before rising to Silver, Gold, Platinum, Premium and finally Prestige.

As a VIP member in the upper echelons of the scheme, expect exclusive tournament invitations, raffle tickets, cashback and other offers. What’s more, as you climb the rankings, the amount you’ll need to spend to earn a reward point drops substantially, until it’s eventually halved, resulting in 1 reward point for every £15 wagered.

Varied Range

Slots and scratch games are your primary forms of entertainment at Go Scratch. Thematically, there’s a diverse range of games to choose from, ranging from traditional fruit-based slots to branded games including South Park. Try the likes of Millionaire’s Club, Robin Hood and Secret of the Stones and see how you get on. Other notable titles include Lucky Angler, Magic Portals and Wonky Rabbits.

What’s weird about Go Scratch – apart from all the other weird things about Go Scratch – is that it doesn’t appear to have a dedicated games page. All you get is the small sample of games that are displayed on its homepage, all of which are slots. It’s safe to assume that a site called Go Scratch also has a smattering of scratch card games, but nothing can be confirmed for certain. Indeed, how anyone’s supposed to gauge an online casino on the basis of 13 games alone is a mystery.

Help is at Hand

Actually, scrap that: it turns out that there is a means of scoping out the games to be played at Go Scratch, but they’re in the last place you’d expect to find them – the Help page. A games information section contains “Rules & Procedure” for all 143 of the site’s games, all of which appear to be slots or scratch cards.

Because this help section is entirely text-based, there are no thumbnails or other graphics to help you decide which games might be worth your time. It’ll be a different matter presumably once you’re signed up and logged in. For now you’ll just have to use your imagination to determine what sort of a game Medusa, Secrets of the Stones or Steam Tower might be.

Scratch Rating

Go Scratch is a functional if unexciting casino, one that suffers from a paucity of choice in terms of games. Some of the slots and instant win games are good, but there’s little else to choose from. It’s the sort of casino you could see yourself tiring of shortly after signing up and claiming its reasonable but unspectacular welcome bonus. It’s nice to see some branded slots to play, and the provision of a winners list – while only a minor perk – is encouraging nonetheless, as it gives an indication of the sums a player can expect to win on a good day.

When all’s said and done, there’s nothing glaringly wrong with Go Scratch save for an absence of games information but it’s hardly the sort of place you’d seek out for all your gambling needs. What there is is okay; what there isn’t needs to be added for this to pass as a proper casino. UK players seem to be the site’s target market, with a secondary market within the EU. This is a crowded marketplace, however, and one where Go Scratch is likely to be squeezed out by the many better equipped casinos to be found on the web.

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