The PartyGaming brand launched Party Casino in 1997. Since then, PartyGaming has merged with Bwin to become Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment, but the casino many of us know and love has not changed much — in a good way. The casino is owned and operated by ElectraWorks Limited.
It is licensed and regulated under the jurisdiction of Gibraltar and eCOGRA certified, and it uses a proprietary software platform. It does not, however, accept U.S. clients. Party Casino offers a feature-rich desktop client for Windows that you can download and install.
If the desktop client is not an option, you can opt for the quick play casino, which is available directly through the website. The casino also offers an app that supports Android, Apple and other mobile devices.
The casino recently added live dealers and croupiers, and they provide you access to streamed baccarat, blackjack and roulette. Live dealers are available through the desktop client and quick play but not the mobile app.
The Party Casino software is proprietary. The downside is that the slot selection is a tad smaller that you would find at a Microgaming-powered casino, for instance. The upside is that each of the games is very unique and exciting and not nearly as derivative.
The casino also does a great job with progressive jackpots, despite the smaller network size, and the Mega Fortune Wheel slot machine is a particularly big draw here. Party.Bwin offers one of the most robust banking platforms online.
It offers a broad array of options, deposits occur instantly and most withdrawals complete within 24 hours. We particularly like how the site lets you filter the banking information and functions based on your country and the various baking options that you have available.