Casinomeister Announce 2019 Awards
by Glenn Baird - January 27, 2020
Casinomeister has today announced the best and the worst of all things online gambling for 2019. A well respected voice within the industry, Casinomeister’s yearly awards are always highly anticipated, in a large part down to the community contributes that help to make up their lists.
The awards have been in place since 2001 and are made up of a whole host of different categories. From Best Casino and Worst Casino to Best and Worst Slot.
This year there is some added excitement with a Casino of the Decade award and a Casino Rep of the Decade award too.
Top of list of Best Casinos for 2019 is All British Casino. Also a firm favourite with everyone here at ThePogg, we can’t think of many operators more deserving of the award. We were also very pleased to see Group of the Year go to L&L Europe Group. These guys boast a roster of quality casinos, all of which fall into our recommended casino lists and which also happens to include All British Casino amongst their ranks.
Best new casino went to Hyper Casino, another highly recommend casino and one that comes with ThePogg’s Deposit Guarantee promise.
For the first time in 3 years Trada have not taken home the Best Customer Service award, which has instead found its way into the hands of LVBet, who received the full 10 out of 10 from us in their most recent review.
Slot of the year, something that is decided by the Casinomeister community went to Net Entertainment’s Dead or Alive II.
As for the wooden spoon awards? Worst casino went to BonanzaGame, with the worst slot of the year being shared out between 3 different titles: Holy Diver, Legacy of Ra Megaways and Machina Megaways.
There are plenty of others to go through, but a personal favourite of ours and a shameless example of Schadenfreude comes courtesy a blundering performance by slots streamer Roshtein, who picked up the Faceplant of the year award for accidently revealing he was using fake money!
Casino of the Decade went to VideoSlots and Casino Rep of the Decade went to Mark Quayle from 32Red.
You can find access to the awards by clicking on the following link.