Total Gold Review
Towards the end of 2014 the trend for online gambling was to move away from bingo and focus on slots. Standalone slot brands like Spin Genie, Star Spins and Magical Vegas led the way. Joining them on the Dragonfish powered slots network was Total Gold. This site initially was owned by Gaming Realms, the people behind Slingo. However since it's launch it's changed owners a couple of times. Despite this it has continued to offer a "great online casino and slots experience".
Introducing Total Gold
Essentially Total Gold is a Dragonfish bingo site but without the bingo! The site is mainly black and gold with limited content on the homepage. Features like live dealer, instant wins, casino games and slots are highlighted. Total Gold describes itself as a "great online and mobile casino" although the desktop site itself isn't mobile responsive. That said you can still login and enjoy most games on mobile and tablet. No app is required as you just need to point your browser to the site on your Apple or Android device.
Total Gold Welcome Offer
To celebrate their launch Total Gold were offering all new players a £10 free no deposit bonus but sadly this is no longer available. If you choose to go on and deposit then there's 100% first deposit bonus on a minimum deposit of £10 plus you'll also receive 25 free spins on Starburst. Wagering terms and conditions apply. For example you must wager x65 of your Bonus amount to redeem the Games Bonus whilst it's x80 on the wins from free spins.
Login to Total Gold and you'll have access to a wide selection of top slots from Net Entertainment, Eyecon Games, Slingo and many more. The favourite bingo slots like Fluffy Favourites, Millionaire Genie, White Wizard, Party Pigs, Starburst and Rainbow Riches are all here too. The layout of Total Gold's lobby is pretty poor. You can select new, jackpots and all to discover the games available.
Total Gold Promotions
If you're looking for live casino, blackjack and roulette then Total Gold is going to disappoint. Despite being part of the Dragonfish platform there's no sign of any table games. We did find a couple of versions of keno and an assortment of Slingo instant win titles. Similarly fans of Megaways slots will discover that there are just two games available - Buffalo Rising and Raging Rhino.
Player promotions are fairly limited at Total Gold but regular depositors can take advantage of Weekly Rewards and The Total Gold Wheel. For the former you need to deposit and wager £20 at the site between Monday and Sunday. Depending how much you deposit/wager will determine your rewards in terms of bonus spins, spin of the rewards wheel and extras. You can also earn speed vouchers which give you a fixed time to spin a slot as many times as you can.
Registering with Total Gold is easy and the verification straightforward. Deposits are accepted from debit cards and Paypal - although note that some rewards may not be attributed if you deposit with Paypal. The minimum withdrawal limit for all withdrawal methods is £10. These are all reasonable aspects of any casino site. Total Gold is also on a safe and secure platform. But these are probably the highlights of Total Gold.
Total Gold does offer players access to a good range of slots, but for us it's quite limited in choice. In comparison to Wink Slots, for example, Total Gold lacks table games and live casino options. Compare it to brands on other platforms and it's lacking in many departments. If it hosts many of your favourite games then take a closer look at Total Gold. But live casino, blackjack, roulette and table game players will need to look elsewhere.