Triomphe Casino Review
Before we start, it should be noted that Casino Triomphe is part of the Game Tech N.V Group, who have, in the past, been caught engaging in unethical practices that included the offering of bootleg NetEnt games to customers.
It seems that these issues are behind Game Tech now, but there are many who feel that trust cannot be regained.
If you are somebody who feels comfortable playing at game Tech sites, then you may have noticed a very odd pattern, very few sites on this network seem to be entirely sure what they are called.
Joining the list of Casino 1 Club (Casino Club? Casino 1?) and Casino Blu (Casino BlueSky? Blu Casino?) is Casino Triomphe, which, for the sake of continuity, and because we prefer the cadence, we will be referring to as Casino Triomphe, despite the fact that the layout on the website suggests it could just as easily be Triomphe Casino.
This is a small issue though, compared to the big one, which is that, traditionally, Game Tech sites seem to be identical in terms of games, and not far shy of identical in terms of appearance, making it very difficult for any one to stand out.
Does Casino Triomphe look like a site that has plans to alter that?
Design and theme
We all like to be optimistic, and think that at some point an operator will stop the laziness and create some kind of difference between the multitude of identical brands that they squirt all over the online casino world, but we also tend to be disappointed.
There is nothing fresh about Casino Triomphe, it is, in terms of layout, the same as every other Game Tech site, the only difference is the logo, which looks like a WordArt creation from Microsoft Word, and the colour scheme, if you can call it that, being that it’s black and nothing else.
There’s a banner that shows various images and advertises promotions but, again, we’ve seen this at countless Game Tech sites before.
We’ve even seen the thumbnails that appear on the homepage to allow instant access to games before, in the exact same order, at other sites on the network.
At this point, it’s becoming nothing short of patronising that companies like Game Tech think they can just replicate essentially the same thing multiple times and people won’t notice, and if it doesn’t change soon, it’s likely to put off many online casino players.
If you are hoping that the selection of games available at Casino Triomphe will save it, you’re probably going to be disappointed, because it’s the same collection you’ll find at all its network sisters.
However, if you have never played at a Game Tech site before, then you actually may be pleasantly surprised, because the games may be the same, but there’s a lot of them!
With titles coming from a mix of big names and indie darlings like BetSoft, BG, Booongo, Extreme Live Gaming, Felix Gaming, Fugaso, GameART, GameScale, LuckyStreak, MrSlotty, Playson, SA Gaming, and Spinomenal, there’s a lot on offer here.
Variety exists within the categories too, with classic slots, video slots, jackpot slots, table and card games, a live casino, micro bet games, action games, and more available.
There is no denying that this is an impressive list by anybody’s standards, but when we’ve seen it so many times before, it’s hard to get excited.
If Game Tech combined the minimal effort the put into all their sites into creating just one, they might be able to make something genuine special, but they don’t seem keen on that idea, so we’re all going to keep on being disappointed.
Accepted Currencies : Euros
Loyalty Scheme? Yes
Games available : Slots, Video poker, Roulette, Poker, Live casino
Companies that own this site : Game Tech Group N.V
Licenses : Curacao
RTP : No information available
Launch date : 2017
Support phone numbers : +357-2-5030040