Love it or hate it, Captain Cooks Casino Mobile site is difficult to ignore. The site has caught the eye of many a player thanks to its eye-popping welcome bonus featuring 100 free spins on Mega Moolah or a 500% bonus depending on which way you look at it (and whether or not you work for the Captain Cook Casino marketing team). The online casino, which is part of the Casino Rewards group which operates a multitude of MicroGaming sites, makes plenty of noise in a saturated industry and for that it deserves credit.

Whether the overall user experience is enough to warrant such keen attention is perhaps a little more open to interpretation. It doesn’t necessarily boast the most modern site design or invigorating user experience, and if you don’t like MicroGaming casino games, you won’t find much to keep you occupied. This may seem overly critical and ignorant of the online casino’s plus points, of which they are many. But Captain Cook’s faults are perhaps most keenly sensed in the mobile casino, which is the focus of this article.

Captain Cooks Casino Mobile User Experience

Like many of its sibling sites in the Casino Rewards group conglomerate, Captain Cook’s Casino boasts the sort of homepage that you remember when you’ve visited once. It’s a nostalgic looking affair, full of dodgy animations and pictures of people holding up big cheques which look suspiciously photoshopped. Now, that’s not to say that the online casino hasn’t made plenty of people rich in its time. The welcome bonus does offer you 100 chances to become an instant millionaire on the famous Mega Moolah slot, and some lucky folk have won the jackpot suing their bonus. The Online Gambling industry is full of sites with identikit casino offers, so it’s refreshing to see something different. However, I digress. While there’s no doubting the quality of the match bonus, I’m not sure the homepage helps direct you to important stuff like signing up for an account or, you know, playing games, particularly on mobile.

Indeed, I’d already completed the registration process on the web by the time I came to use the mobile site. It took me a good few minutes to work out where to go first and if I didn’t know for a fact that the site is available on mobile devices, I might have buggered off. Eventually, I realised that the ‘Play Now’ link could take me where I wanted to go although I was immediately transported to a casino account sign up form and it took me a while to find that there is an ‘Already Got an Account’ at the bottom of the page. Now, unfortunately, the site also assigned by random username when I registered and although it’s automatically stored on my laptop, I couldn’t access it on the go. When I clicked to say I’d forgotten it, I was transported to a live chat portal. Now, the customer support from Rewards Group representatives is always highly impressive and I managed to resolve the issue. It’s not the most user-friendly interface though. And it was an inauspicious start.

Captain Cook Mobile Casino Games

Luckily, the mobile casino is much easier to use once you are in it. You can play a good selection of MicroGaming slots for real money, and your deposit bonus is still available to use, as is a cashier service. The casino software works well enough, but again the interface looks a little dated, but then that’s true of the web platform as well. As I’ve written elsewhere, that element of the Captain Cook’s Casino experience isn’t too much of an annoyance and develops a certain charm over time. The number of casino games you can play is affected by the fact that the site only offers MicroGaming slots, but as the software giant now releases all new games in mobile-friendly formats, the catalogue is proliferating.

You can have a crack at the Mega Moolah jackpot from your mobile device too, even when you use your bonus, while MicroGaming’s other multi-million dollar progressive jackpot slot Major Millions is also available. Video slots like Thunderstruck II and Immortal Romance should keep you interested enough, but if you tire of the reels, you can always play roulette or blackjack amongst a growing selection of table games. Players can make deposits and withdraw winnings easily enough from their tablet or mobile phone, and while you may need to wait a short while for the odd page to load, the site generally works well. Some players may expect a more sophisticated games filtering function, but that’s no different on the web platform anyway.

Captain Cooks Casino Mobile App

Given my problems finding my way to the Captain Cooks Casino mobile site via my browsers, you could be forgiven for wondering why I didn’t just download the Captain Cooks Mobile Casino App to my phone or tablet. Well, there’s a simple reason for that – because it doesn’t have one. At least on Android in the UK anyway. Many of the best online casinos have forsaken mobile apps in favour of or improving the performance of in-browser mobile casinos, which most players seem to prefer. Captain Cook’s Casino isn’t bucking a trend in this regards. Although mobile apps do provide a bit of extra choice for those of you who appreciate it, you can understand why sites don’t bother with them so much these days.

Captain Cooks Mobile Casino

Perhaps most importantly, Captain Cooks Casino is a trustworthy site. It has attributes which have led some to accuse it – and most specifically its welcome bonus – of being fake. I’ve addressed that in detail elsewhere on the site because it’s palpably untrue. Like most casino conglomerates, The Rewards Group is licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission, while Captain Cook’s Casino is also approved and rubberstamped by both the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. The site remains popular over in Canada and the USA, but its presence has grown. Now, we can hope to see some UX changes. Or is all stuff just part of the casino’s charm?

I don’t think any issues that do exist are exacerbated by mobile casino play. Bonus money is paid as expected, the relatively wide variety of games works well, and a player can deposit and withdraw cash. The faults it does have mirror those you find on the web platform, and yes, in comparison to classy, best-in-class mobile casinos like LeoVegas and Mr Green, the site does look worn and dated. There’s something about this little casino that keeps you coming back for more though, whether you play on web or mobile. Try it now to pick up your ‘100 chances to win the Mega Moolah jackpot’ for a century of pops at becoming an instant millionaire thanks to Captain Cooks Casino mobile casino.