Carat Casino is an online gambling operator that screams luxury and tries to convince prospective customers that they will enjoy outstanding service. They have a lot of catch-up to do to close the gap separating them from industry leaders, but they have the backing of such a major operator. The company is owned and run by Unibet International and just as the parent group, it is licensed in Malta by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority.
Unibet has a reputation that precedes it and this comes in handy for a fledgling casino whose name sounds intriguing but is not well known worldwide. Another thing that Carat Casino did right was to sign up partnerships with a dozen software developers, to cover all angles. Microgaming, Net Entertainment, Jadestone Networks, AG Software, Gaming Technology Solutions, IGT, Evolution Gaming, Play’n Go, NYX Interactive, Thunderkick, Relax Gaming and Virtue Fusion provide them with games.
Not surprisingly, the direct consequence of working with so many software developers is that the online casino can now brag about more than 500 games. There are so many of them that it is easy to get lost, but they are cleverly divided based on genre as well as popularity. Playing the games in browser is the obvious choice, but sadly there is no possibility of downloading the games before playing.
Afghanistan, Australia, Denmark, Estonia, Ethiopia, France and other French territories, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Spain, Syria, Turkey, USA and other USA territories and Yemen are currently the excluded countries. Carat Casino doesn’t allow players from these jurisdictions to sign up for a real money account or apply for a bonus.
Carat Casino is hoping to replicate the performance of Unibet who started as a small gambling operator in Scandinavia and then gradually expanded beyond borders. So far they do everything right and follow the example of the parent company by the letter, being heavily geared towards the Scandinavian market. They offer customer support in Swedish, Finnish and Norwegian, while allowing players from these countries to deposit in their national currency. Instead of settling exclusively on Netent software, they chose to sign partnerships with other developers, which is a steep departure from the Unibet way.
The decision has paid off so far and their members are provided with a nice diversity of games, greatly exceeding the traditional options. They are also trying to add more games on the list of titles compatible with mobile devices and the release of a live casino is on the wish list.